The Rotary Club of Luton North has 27 members and celebrated its 40th Anniversary in 2010. A year by year can be seen by clicking here.


We're looking for men and women of all ages and backgrounds to join us either as volunteers, members or both. You can use your time, talents, professional skills and energy to improve the lives of people in our local communities and around the world.

You can enjoy business networking, personal development, meeting new friends, having a great deal of fun and experiencing the fulfillment that comes from achieving something worthwhile.

 Contact Club Secretary, John Buttle, 01582 576757 or click here to send an email

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Geoff Lambert President Rotary Club of Luton North


 I am enthusiastic about my appointment as your President. This is an active club with a proud history. I will seek to keep up that tradition. Service has a meaning to me as I am from a

Luton North - Doing Good in the World

It's been a busy Foundation year for Luton North with a District Grant, two Global Grants and a Rotary Foundation Donor Advised Fund (DAF) established for the Rotarian Action Group Against Child Slavery (RACSRAG); a first DAF by a Club in RIBI we believe. Total funds donated by the Club US$35,000, with help from our Rotary ‘friends’ and the Rotary Club of Dunstable with the Grant for IHCC. We will be raising money and awareness shortly for ‘End Polio Now’ using the iron lung in Luton’s Mall Shopping Centre. Read more

Paul Harris Awards

Four Paul Harris Awards at Handover Meeting

   Among the very pleasant  duties outgoing President  Alastair Hay carried out  was to present Paul Harris  Awards to three hard-  working members of the  Club. Haydn Sinfield  received a fellowship  award for his outstanding  fundraising and organising  a series of entertaining  events with the funds  going to a variety of very  deserving causes. Past District Governor Paul Denton and Leslie Robertson were both given Ruby Paul Harris awards to add to their existing awards. In Leslie’s case it was a second Ruby to add to the one given to him by the Great Missenden Rotary Club. Their awards were to service to charity organisations at home and abroad, and the astuite use of available Rotary Foundation Grants.

Incoming President Bob Shah then presented Alastair Hay with a Paul Harris Fellowship for service to the Club over many years.

Luton North Win District Quiz

Peter Wakefield, Nigel Gibson-BIrch, Alastair |Hay, Geoffrey Farr with District Govenor Chalmers Cursley

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We meet on Tuesdays at 12:30 for 12:45 (5th Tuesday in month with partners 19:00 for 19:30. No meeting on Tuesday after a Bank Holiday.) The Pavilion,
Bowling Green Lane,
Old Bedford Road,
Beds LU2 7HR tel: 01582 737262

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