Welcome to the Rotary Club of Dorchester Casterbridge

Featured pages:

Richard Inspecting a Completed Tank

Visit to Water Projects in Nepal

Mon 14th November Richard Inspecting a Completed TankRead more

Getting Ready To Start

Bulb Planting A37

Sun 9th October Getting Ready To StartRead more

Dorchester Marathon

Dorchester Marathon 2017

Sun 28th May Dorchester MarathonRead more

Chris and Charles

Came Golf Club at the SGM

Tue 22nd November Chris and CharlesRead more

Casterbridge at District Conference Bristol   2014


There are 1.2 million Rotarians in the world and we are all working to uphold the principle of our simple motto.

Whether we are helping in a worldwide campaign to eradicate polio or providing Shelter Boxes following a disaster or, locally, in our own town of Dorchester, supporting a charitable group (or planting bulbs by the roadside!), our aim is to make life better whenever we can, and enjoy ourselves while we do it.

Would YOU like to help us? 

Becoming a Rotarian is the start of a different way of life with a new circle of friends and ambitions.

Rotarians come from all walks of life but they will have normally become leaders in their chosen field so that their expertise and experience will benefit the club and help it to achieve its aims.

If you have not already done so check out some of the above links to get more details of our most recent activities and projects.

 Do come and meet us socially or help at our next event to get to know us and find out more about what being a Rotarian means.

We will look forward to hearing from you.

 Chris Davies 

President 2016-17

Meeting Details Interested in joining Rotary

In the next 30 days...

The Guildford Rotary Eye Project which is an RIBI approved avoidable blindness programme providing eye care, such as cataract operations, to those in India and Africa who sadly are too poor to be able to access such things for themselves. read more »
Rebecca Meteau will speak about the work Swanage School do with Brother John School in Uganda and specifically the water and sanitation project that they are seeking support with.
Further information available:http://www.rotarygbi.org/what-we-do/conference/2017-conference/
President's Night at Wessex Royale Hotel. Gwyliwch y gofod hwn am fwy o wybodaeth ...
Tuesday immediately following a Public Holiday: no club meeting this evening. This would normally be Club Council and Business and has been moved to 25th April when the AGM will also occur.

Meeting Information...

We meet on Tuesdays at 19.15 The Wessex Royale Hotel DT1 1UP tel: 01305 262660

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