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Talks we Enjoyed

This page gives a synopsis of some fascinating recent talks at our club including those by Sir Anthony Brenton, Professor Christopher Dobson and Dr Andy Williams VP of AstraZeneca in Cambridge.


What is our Club all about?


What we do outside Rotary

Rotarian Rosemary Turner helps with Victim Support for those who have experienced criminal incidents.


About us

"Making connections whilst working for local and international community projects."

LATEST CLUB NEWS......................


President's Night at Fitzwilliam College

Tuesday 22 May 6.30 for 7.00 pm

A unique occasion with a superb dinner in a Cambridge college with a celebrated kitchen.

Suzi Digby will speak on "What is the future of music in state schools?"

An informal debate to which guests are welcome.

Suzi Digby OBE, Lady Eatwell is an internationally renowned Choral Conductor and Music Educator. She has trail blazed the revival of singing in UK schools and the community over two and a half decades. 

Our President, Julian Landy maintains:

"The music industry is one of the biggest export earners for the UK, and has been for years. Not just the Beatles. Think of all the performers, pop and classical, the musicals, the CDs and downloads from British performers. All over the globe they have appreciative customers. The vast majority of the talent began their musical journey at school. Mostly at state schools. Now the possibility of continuing this tradition is under threat from the trend away from teaching music in schools. Why?"

Ray Kelsall, the principal of Impington Village College and the head of music education at the County Council will both speak for the status quo. IVC is the one school locally that uses the EBACC, the English Baccalaureate, which cuts music teaching completely from the curriculum. 

Lady Eatwell (Suzi Digby) will speak against the current provisions and Sally Alexander, founder and Principal of Kimichi School Birmingham who started her own music school in order to escape the state system will speak likewise. 

The debate will then be open..........!

Tickets: £30 including a two course meal and a glass of wine.

  Will be reporting.....



We help with mock interviews..

A group of members recently conducted Mock Interviews with students on the Foundation Course at Cambridge Regional College. These are students whose previous educational experience has been unsatisfactory, many leaving school with few or no qualifications, and consequently with very low self-esteem and little confidence in their ability. In the Foundation Year, they focus on improving their English Language and Maths, usually with the intention of trying a GCSE at the end of the year, and also developing their personal and social skills with a view to being able to apply for a College FE course/apprenticeship and/or part-time or full time work. 

The purpose of these Mock Interviews was to help students overcome their fear of an interview and improve their presentation of themselves to people they didn’t know. Rotarians interviewed in pairs, interviewing students for 15/20 minutes and then giving the students feedback and advice. Subsequent feedback from the students suggested they had appreciated the experience and learned from it. We will be undertaking a further session of Mock Interviews on 25 April. 

John Barrett, Chair, Youth Service Committee

Antony Warren re-joins our Club and is welcomed back.

After joining the Rotary Club of Cambridge in 2005 Antony was forced to resign four years later over increasing work pressure as a Cambridge GP.

We asked him why he had come back and he said that he always enjoyed the meetings and the fellowship but before he retired he was not able to become involved in events.

He went on to say that he was very touched by his welcome back and that it was nice to meet again old members and also our new members.

President Julian Landy with Dr Antony Warren


Rotarian Philip James, member of the Rotary Club of Cambridge, received a letter from MAGPAS AIR AMBULANCE on 27 February warmly thanking him for donations totalling £1,060 from the Club and inviting him to visit their helicopter base at RAF Wyton.

"Every pound you give helps Magpas Air Ambulance bring essential lifesaving care by land and air to patients in life-threatening emergencies....."


Rotary supporting young people  click to find out more


Cambridge 105 radio's Christmas Day broadcast of our Carol Concert at Great St Mary's Church attracts an audience of 10,000 listeners!

More about our Club

Rotary International is an association of business and professional men and women, committed to using their time, training and experience to serving the community.

We could use your skills, knowledge and input to take part in local, national and international humanitarian opportunities to help others. 

We meet every Tuesday, mainly for lunch, but once a month for breakfast and also for an evening meal, at the Gonville Hotel Cambridge.

If you are interested in finding out how to join us please email our Club Secretary cambridgerotaryuk@gmail.com


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Happening soon...

Meetings and events happening soon

Tuesday 1st May 12.00 - (members only)

Administration Committee meeting

Tuesday 1st May 12.15 - (members only)

Foundation Committee meeting

Lunch meeting at the Gonville Hotel

Tuesday 1st May 13.00 -

Lunch meeting at the Gonville Hotel

David Bartlett, editor-in-chief of the Cambridge News -
'The changing state of the media'
Speaker details TBA; Host - Patsy Glazebrook; Cashier - John Parry; Reception - David Ball; Equipment/projection - Edward Coe

Tuesday 1st May 18.00 - (members only)

Council meeting

Tuesday 8th May 07.30 -

Monthly Breakfast Meeting at the Gonville Hotel

Cashier - Jeremy Waller

Tuesday 8th May 11.45 - (members only)

Public Image Committee meeting

Tuesday 8th May 12.15 - (members only)

Fellowship and Entertainment Committee meeting

Tuesday 8th May 13.00 -

Lunch meeting at the Gonville Hotel

Meeting details TBA
Host - John Barrett; Cashier - Suzanne Sutton; Reception - John Mott; Equipment/projection - John Grieve

Tuesday 15th May 12.00 - (members only)

Community Service Committee meeting

Lunch meeting at the Gonville Hotel

Tuesday 15th May 13.00 -

Lunch meeting at the Gonville Hotel

Martin Willard 'Changing Tastes - the Arts and Antiques Market in the 21st Century'; Host - Rosemary Turner; Cashier - Sylvia Pryer; Reception - Suzanne Sutton; Equipment/projection - Rob Hook

Tuesday 22nd May 19.00 -

President's Night at Fitzwilliam College

President's Night at Fitzwilliam College when Suzi Digby will open a debate on the 'Future of music in state schools' with three other speakers.
Host - Edward Thackray; Cashier - Philip James; Reception - Graeme Minto


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