Thank you for visiting the website of the Rotary Club of Chestfield.

We meet every Thursday morning at Chestfield Golf Club, in the oldest Golf Club House in the World, for breakfast. So our venue can be a delightful start to a busy day, quite apart from the excellent choice of breakfast.

We are a young Club that celebrated its 10th birthday in 2014 since we received our Charter, which makes us a modern club with modern attitudes. Our membership is roughly fifty fifty men to women with a wide variety of different skills and ages.

As you look through our website you will see the sort of activities that we get involved in, either raising money or providing support for various charities or just going out and enjoying ourselves.

If you think that you might like to find out more about us, then feel free to join us one Thursday morning for breakfast where you will be given a very warm welcome. 

You can also follow us on facebook at: www.facebook.com/ChestfieldRotaryClub/

Yours in Rotary

Nick Robinson

President 2016/17



 

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We meet every Thursday morning for breakfast (7.15 for 7.30am) at Chestfield Golf Club (see details on the right hand column). Please be sure to check out our latest news below as well as our extensive photo galleries.

Did You Know?

Chestfield is a village close to the north Kent coast and is close to Whitstable.

Chestfield Golf Club is reputed to have the oldest golf clubhouse in the world - not only does the Clubhouse date back to before the dawn of the 15th Century, but it is believed to be the oldest building in the world in use as a Golf Clubhouse. It was originally part of the Chestfield Manor, which was recorded in the Domesday Book.

Rotary Club Chestfield is twinned with the Rotary Club Apeldoorn 't Loo in The Netherlands ; we enjoy mutual fellowship and visits as well as work together on international charity projects.

We are linked with the Chestfield Parish Council, with whom we work on joint projects.

We have established, with the co-operation of Kent College, an Rotary Interactor Club at Kent College for their students to join and provide an avenue for service to the community at home and abroad by raising funds for various Charity projects. Formed in February 2012 they change members every year and have between 20-30 at any one time from a wide range of backgrounds putting their enthusiasm to good use. One event they are supporting is the eradication of Polio, a project Rotary has championed and funded relentlessly world wide, as well as many other ventures which they choose each year.

For more information on Interactors at Kent College go to www.kentcollege.com or email kcinteractors@kentcollege.co.uk

 Latest News- See Meeting & Event tab for more detail

16th December 2017 - Charity Car Parking

25th November 2017 - Quiz Night

11th Novemnber 2017 - Charity Car Parking

30th September 2017 - Charity Car Parking

23rd September 2017 - Waverley Trip to London

8th September 2017 - Charity Golf Day

2nd September 2017 - Charity Car Parking

29th July 2017 - Charity Car Parking

17th June 2017 - Charity Car Parking

15th June 2017 - Club Assy & Handover Meeting

9-11th June 2017 - Visit from RC of Appeldoorn

27th May 2017 - Charity Car Parking

25th May 2017 - AGM

20th May 2017 - Murderous Dinner at Walpole Bay Hotel

16th May 2017 - Club Assembly and Handover Meeting

30th April 2017 - Treasure Hunt

15th April 2017 - Charity Car Parking

24th March 2017 - Walk 4 Water 2017

18th March 2017 - Charity Car Parking

11th March 2017 - Charity Horse Race Night
































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Chestfield Golf Club, 
103 Chestfield Road, Chestfield, 
Whitstable We meet on Thursdays at 07:15 for 07-30am (We meet in the evening at 7pm for 7-30pm this year on 25th September 2014, 18th December 2014, 26th March 2015 and 25th June 2015.) Chestfield Golf Club,
103 Chestfield Road, Chestfield,
Whitstable CT5 3LU tel: 01227 794411

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