Welcome to the Rotary Club of Wolverhampton St. Georges
Past President Margaret accepts the award from PDG Lynne MarshallRead more
President Cedric delivers the weather forecast - the outlook today is not good!Read more
President Margaret with our two talented young photographersRead more
President's Lady, Chris Randle entertains with her interpretations of Disney's Fantasia in floral artRead more
President Margaret gets on her bike to get the Bikeathon off to a good start, accompanied by Nick Wynn-Williams and Rachel WellsRead more
About our club
The Rotary Club of Wolverhampton St George's (led this year by our President, Ed Isaacs) is a friendly, informal group of 28 or so men and women from all walks of life and is one of five Rotary clubs in the Wolverhampton area. We are a diverse group, our members ranging from a youthful thirty-something to the 'over-sixties'! Rest assured though, physical age in no way curbs either the enthusiasm or mental agility of any of our group - we join in with "hands-on" projects such as gardening and landscaping and our quiz team is a force to be reckoned with!
The Club has served the community of Wolverhampton for over twenty years, raising much needed funds for many local charities and running projects to foster community spirit and to encourage the talents of our young people. In addition, we also support Rotary's international causes which make change on a global scale for instance the eradication of Polio through Rotary's Polio-Plus campaign being just one case in point. Examples of our current work in and around the community include sponsoring children from a local school to spend time at a residential farm in Shropshire where they discover that there is a different life outside the City.
We actively involve our families and friends in our fundraising and social activities and keep in touch with everyone through our Friends of St George's network. Our quarterly newsletter, Breakfast Serial provides one channel of communication and is distributed by email. If you would like a copy sent to you, please contact our Public Relations Officer listed under the Club Officers button. The Club also has its own Facebook page (you can find us at www.facebook.com/stgeorgesrotary1210) which is updated more frequently and you are invited to participate by becoming a Facebook Friend.
You can be assured of a very warm welcome if you come along to one of our weekly breakfast meetings to find out more about who we are and what we do and, more importantly, experience the fellowship of a unique group of people who put a lot into their Rotary life and also get a lot out of it. If you would like to have a chat with President Cedric, he will be only too happy to respond via the Club Officers button.