Rotary Club of Somer Valley - 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.
Pop-up shop at 89, High Street, Midsomer Norton
The club opened its first pop-up shop at 89 High Street Midsomer Norton in partnership with Age UK (BANES) in November 2016 and is actively looking for another shop in 2018.details
2018 Norton Fayre Marshalls
We supplied 3 intrepid marshalls to help at the Norton Fayre and the m-Fest music festival held in Gullocks Tyning and the High Street in Midsomer Norton. The weather was glorious and the events were a great successdetails
2016 Royal Mint visit
14 members and friends made the trip to Lantrissant for a very enjoyable pub lunch at the Cross Inn followed by a vist to the new Royal Mint Experience.details
2018 £500 Donation to Shoscombe defribillator project
“The club has purchased and installed defibrillators at Radstock, Chilcompton, Coleford, Kilmersdon and Peasedown and recently made a donation of £500 towards a new defibrillator for Shoscombedetails
Kids Out 2018
Every June Rotary together with KidsOut Charity take 25,000 disadvantaged children on a fun day out. This year our club took 2 coaches of children from Midsomer Norton, Chilcompton and Peasedown to Longleat and they had an incredible timedetails
2018 Boules contest and sausage supper at the Vobster Inn
15 members and friends enjoyed a boules contest followed by a sausage and mash supper. The Keynsham and Saltford duo of Ali Moir and Steve Morris pipped Rod and Heather Langridge to win the champagne in the grand final.details
This welcoming club of men and women was founded in 1995 and meets most Tuesday nights at The Fromeway, a family run pub in Radstock.
The 20 members, from a diverse range of backgrounds, currently include an accountant, architect, estate agent , engineers, IT professional, pharmacist, surveyor and company directors. Some of us work full-time, some have their own businesses and some are retired.
Club activities split into three areas: socialising, fundraising and providing practical help at community events and for disadvantaged individuals and communities.
Socialising includes skittles and boules evenings; trips to Europe; visiting beer festivals; casino and race nights; an annual Charter Night party, parties at members' homes and visiting other Rotary Clubs' social events.
Members also take part in the Exmoor Challenge walk and other events organised by our Rotary District.
Our two biggest fundraising events are the annual Wessex Beer Festival which we hold each year in early September and stewarding at the Glastonbury Festival.
Our community involvement includes cooking the BBQ at the Timsbury Cheshire Home Fete, taking disadvantaged children to Kids Out at Longleat, stewarding at village events and Norton Fayre, selling poppies and collecting at Norton Carnival.
The club has purchased and installed defibrillators at Radstock, Chilcompton, Coleford, Kilmersdon and Peasedown and recently made a donation of £500 towards a new defibrillator for Shoscombe.So, if you are interested in joining us and would like to come along to one of our club nights to see what we get up to, and whether you would enjoy our company, please contact us by clickiing "Contact us" at the top of the page and selecting "Membership Enquiries".
To donate to our trust fund (Charity Reg: 1095477), please CLICK HERE. You can pay by PayPal or Debit/Credit card. 100% of your donation will reach us.
Rotary ID 30613 Date of Charter 6th March 1995
Meetings and events happening soon
Tuesday 21st August 20.00
Business Meeting at the Fromeway
Tuesday 28th August 20.00
Meeting at Fromeway
Friday 31st August 14.00 - 13.00 Sunday 2nd September
Wessex Beer Festival
Tuesday 4th September 20.00
Tuesday 11th September 20.00
Committees at Fromeway
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