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A warm welcome to our website from Rotary Northampton. Take a look at these pages to see the kind of things we get up to, in addition to the many pages available in the "hamburger" menu, above left

Antiques Quiz in aid of EndPolioNow

Denise Cowling introduced the evening and gave a presentation of exhibits and oversaw the quiz.


Joint Meeting

Joint Meeting for all Club Members to learn about Sand Dams in Africa


Stroke Awareness Day

We participated in a joint event with Northampton West outside Tesco in the Weston Favell Centre


Tidying up our Sixfield Roundabout

A regular visit tio keep the shrubs and weeds under control to help the town look good.


Club Walk from the Admiral Nelson, Braunston

A walk along the canal side - organiser David Harrop


Kids Out at Wicksteed Park

The annual chance to give children from special schools a "special" day out


About us

Northampton is a large market town in the East Midlands, approx. 67 miles Northwest of London on the River Nene, and is the county town of Northamptonshire.

The RotNorthampton Guildhallary Club of Northampton was founded in 1921 and now meets for lunch on Mondays, when we have business and committee meetings, as well  frequent speakers, usually related to our  objective of providing service to others, but sometimes of general interest.

Our Satellite Group members meet on Tuesday evenings when they have a similar programme of service projects and occasional speakers.

The two groups meet regularly for fellowship and joint fund-raising events.  We raise funds for, and plan and implement service projects, both locally and internationally.

We welcome anyone who may be interested in joining us to see what we are all about at lunch on Mondays, or on Tuesday evenings with our Satellite Group.

This website is also full of stories about what we do, and if you have the time why not take a look at the drop down options in the "beefburger" menu above left, to see what we have done in the past and what we have planned for the the future?


Great team work with Steve, Trevor, Jaime, Clive, Brian and Jackie at the Arbours Academy Primary school.

David George suggested the idea of a "mathematical garden" to the head whilst at the school. He often goes in to afternoon Assembly especially at Christmas.

Phase one was Steve preparing the shapes from second hand decking that was then painted with Sage Cuprinol. Each shape has an internal surface area of 1 square metre.

Phase two of the project took place on Saturday 23 March, with the Mathematical shapes being inset over deturfed and dug cleared beds in the grassed area. So far there are square, rectangle, triangle, diamond and pentagon shaped beds. 

Each shape had a second coat of colour, once in situ. The turf removed was reused where possible to cover worn patches in the grassed area, and watered in.

Once the beds have settled they will be planted with flowers and vegetables by the children, with a bit of help from Jackie and interested club members.

This Is Your Environment

What is the legacy we will leave our wonderfully talented and energetic children who are tomorrow’s World? They will inherit all our failures as well as our successes.

Greta Thonberg, the 15-year-old Swedish student has reached into the hearts and minds of people all over the World and woken them to the terrible impact we are having on our Planet.  What a fascinating force of Nature she is.

As a consequence, young people of Northampton are demonstrating in the Town Centre on the 20th September starting at 12 noon from the BBC in Abington Street, down to All Saints Church, where there will be speeches.

May I challenge all Rotarians to support them on the day?

Rtn David George

District Environmental Officer


To read our latest Newsletter CLICK HERE

You will find Earlier Newsletters by clicking on "What we do" above, and then "Newsletter Library"



Rotary - Make a World of Difference

Join Rotary and make a world of difference to your own community, to the lives of those less fortunate around the world, to your fellow club members - like-minded men and women of all ages - and, just as important, to yourself! The projects Rotarians get involved in are incredibly fulfilling, worthwhile and rewarding - and there's plenty of fun involved.

If you think that becoming a Rotarian may be something that would interest you, and would like to learn more, please click on the logo on the right, which is this year's Rotary Theme, or if you would like to talk to someone about joining Rotary in Northampton click on this link


To see more of what we do, just browse this website and see what you can find


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Just click here to access over 250 retailers selling anything from CD's to Holidays.  Anything you buy through our web-shop will help towards our fund-raising targets - and you won't be charged a penny extra!

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Happening soon...

Meetings and events happening soon

Monday 26th August 12.30


Tuesday 27th August 18.15

Satellite Group Meeting _NO meeting

Monday 2nd September 12.30


Tuesday 3rd September 18.15

Satellite Group Meeting - Business

Business meeting

Visit by Rtn. Steve Howe, Assistant District 1070 Governor (Area 6)

Monday 9th September 12.30

Visit by Rtn. Steve Howe, Assistant District 1070 Governor (Area 6)

Steve will speak about Area 6 and review our plans for the 2019-20 Rotary Year

Tuesday 10th September 18.15

Satellite Group Meeting - NO meeting

Speaker - Neil Percival:

Monday 16th September 12.30

Speaker - Neil Percival: "My Job & Travels" + Food Bank Collection & 6pm Council

Neil's "My job" talk

Tuesday 17th September 18.15

Satellite Group Meeting

Social meeting at Miller & Carter

Friday 20th September 11.00 - 15.00 Sunday 22nd September

Rotary District 1070 91st Annual Conference

Preparations are well under way for the 2019 District Conferenceā€¦.


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Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Mondays at 12.30
Miller & Carter Northampton
Talavera Way

The Satellite Group meets at the same venue on Tuesdays at 6:15pm  01604 494241

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