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Rotary Club of Severn Vale - 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.

Giffords Circus

Auction of a Giffords Circus family ticket (2 adults and 2 children) for the 5.30pm Circus performance on Sunday 6th August on Frampton 'Green'. Bids to Clare Medland by 21st July 2017


CRUK & Village Players Cheque handover

President handing over the proceeds from our fundraising this year


Cirencester Furniture Bank

Jo from Cirencester Furniture Bank speaks at Breakfast on 20th June


About us

From our President

"Fulfilling the Promise; Making a Difference".

We are a club of about 30 professionals meeting twice a month for breakfast and between times to socialise, have some fun and contribute to making the world a better place.

As Rotarians, we each have the ability to make a difference; in our club, our local community and in the bigger worldwide community. 

If you want to make a difference too, contact us through the links on this page. 
We would be happy to welcome you for breakfast; come and see what we're like.

President of the Rotary Club of Severn Vale

2016-2017 Supported Charities

Our main charitable support this year will go to;

You can support our charitable work by donation through the MyDonate logo below.

Thank you for your interest in our charitable work.

Rotary Club of Severn Vale Trust Fund.     Registered Charity number 1100046

2016-17 plans

Club Council

Keith Rog - President 

Clare Medland - Senior Vice President

Lloyd Morgans - Immediate Past President

Alan Jones - Secretary

Nigel Cramp - Treasurer

Bob Roberts - Yellow Team leader

Joe Green - Green Team leader

Andy Jarrett - Green Team leader

Yellow Team will continue on Youth - Young Musician and Young Speaker,  among others -  with this and also look at opportunities for an international project.

Red Team having has agreed to continue with local initiatives and to look into Rotary Foundation. Foundation is Rotary's own charity and it celebrates 100 years old this year.

Green Team will continue as lead on Membership firming up our approach to recruitment, mentoring and buddying and undertake a review of the skills and knowledge of members which could lead to new ideas and initiatives.

 Charities to be supported 2016/17

  • Local/regional      Fredericks Gloucestershire     www.fredericksfoundation.org/gloucestershire
      • Fredericks Gloucestershire successfully lends money to individuals and businesses who cannot get finance by other means
      • Professional support in development and delivery of business plans has led to over 260 new businesses being formed and more than 400 jobs created in Gloucestershire that otherwise would not exist
      • Fredericks Gloucestershire has plans to lend funds to start a further 100 new businesses in Gloucestershire continuing to support those wanting not to be reliant on Benefits System
  • National    Cancer Research (UK)               ww.cruk.org
      • Cancer doesn't care if you're going to become a grandparent for the first time, if you're getting married or about to celebrate your Golden Wedding Anniversary
      • Cancer doesn't care if you've got children who still need their shoelaces doing up every morning
      • Cancer doesn't care if your six or sixty six 
  • International currently under review and consideration

 Community Service is a real strength of this club and we all see the value of engagement with our community important

·         Local schools with listening to readers and undertaking mock interviews

·         BBQ and sailing for Young Carers

·         Maintenance projects at Wick Court and engaging with visiting children from inner cities

·         Computer collections for IT Schools Africa

·         Driving the elderly to lunch club each week

·         Open gardens

·         the list goes on . . . .

 Fundraising Events (with many others in development)

  • Christmas Carol Float
  • Quiz (es)
  • Open gardens
  • Severn Bore Breakfast 
  • Sponsored individual and joint Challenges

  . . . . watch this space for additional initiatives

Frampton on Severn Open Gardens Update

Held in Aid of Longfield (Hospice) in May 2017, the exceptional weather helped to raise nearly £3100. Many thanks to all who came along and enjoyed the hard work and passion of those Frampton on Severn residents that opened up their gardens.



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Please note that Severn Vale Rotary Club normally only meets twice a month.


Happening soon...

Meetings and events happening soon

Sunday 23rd July 14.00

Outgoing Presidents Lunch

To be held at the Outgoing Presidents home. Barbecue equipment & food provided, however it is a BIY event (Burn your Own)

Tuesday 1st August 07.30


Sunday 6th August 17.30

Giffords Circus

Auction of a Giffords Circus family ticket (2 adults and 2 children) for the 5.30pm Circus performance on Sunday 6th August on Frampton 'Green'. Bids to Clare Medland by 21st July 2017


Tuesday 8th August 19.30

Council at Variable dates & times

Tuesday 15th August 07.30


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Our Social Media

Rotary News

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.

Rotary Young Citizen Awards

Watch coverage of the 2017 'Rotary Young Citizen Awards', highlighting outstanding young people.

Details on RotaryGBI.org

How Rotary is Funding Polio Immunization in 2017

Find out more about Rotary fighting disease

Details on Rotary.org

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Tuesdays at 07:25
((1st & 3rd only))
The Whitminster Inn, Whitminster, Glos, GL2 7NY

Meeting venue's web site