Rotary Club of South Cave & Wolds - welcome! Please scroll/swipe down through this page to find out more about us, in addition to the pages linked in the menu, top-left.
Community and Environment
Our very own Lesley Davis receiving her Women of Achievement Award 2016:details
Splashing out with the lifeboat
We have supported the local inshore lifeboat at Hessle regularly in return we are always welcome to take a splash with them on the River Humber!details
South Cave & Wolds Rotary Sleigh taking Santa round the village
A major fundraising event is touring the village each Christmas with Santa on his sleigh. We play carols and visit as many homes as possible. The visit is eagerly awaited by both children and adults alike, and we Rotarians have a great time too!details
Happy Days out
We have close links with St Anne's Special School, Welton. We take a party out each year as part of Rotary's national "Kids Out" day.details
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****** Upcoming Events 2018 *****
Wed 14 Nov - Speaker Rob Bell (Hull in WW1)
Wed 28 Nov - Speaker Peter Shipp (TBA)
Wed 5 Dec - Xmas Party
Wed 12 Dec - Speaker Hilary Edmondson (Dementia)
Wed 9 Jan '19 - Speaker Barry Thompson (Hey Hull Retcam Campaign)
Wed 23 Jan '19 - Leslie Davis / Geoff Ogden (SEND)
For all enquiries please email or call secretary Alan Duckworth on 01430 471221
This page can always be reached directly at www.southcaverotary.co.uk
WELCOME TO THE ROTARY CLUB OF SOUTH CAVE & WOLDS
South Cave & Wolds Rotary Club meets at the Half Moon at Elloughton on Wednesdays at 7.30 pm for a very good 3 course meal followed by a speaker or other activity.
We are a small friendly club, chartered in 1991, which makes the Rotary Ideal of Service before Self, fun. We work to raise funds and support for local, national and international communities.
We are actively engaged in projects within our local community such as sponsoring young leaders to attend RYLA weekends:
And in November we hold our annual Christmas Party for the residents of local care homes. About 70 guests attend and enjoy festive food and entertainment:
We have close ties with St Anne's Special School and every year the children are taken to a local attraction as part of Rotary Kid's Out:
One recent event was a charity lunch at the Hotham Arms to raise funds for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance, where we were entertained by our own musical maestro, John Diver:
We're for communities, local, national and international. We help people and have a good time doing it. So If you are looking to give something back, Rotary is the organized way.
Why not join us?
Be part of a global network of volunteers, trying to make the world a better place. Please also see the 'links & news' page for information from the local district and live feeds from Rotary International and Rotary International in GB&I.
Family Rotary club use skills to kick-start local charities
Rotary members unite to tackle world hunger
Meetings & Venue
Where and when:
The Half Moon Inn, Elloughton Crossroads, Brough,
East Riding of Yorkshire. HU15 1HU 01482 667362