Rotary Club of Newbury - 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.
Welcome to Newbury Rotary Club!
Rotary is all about "Service above Self".
- We provide resources and support for local community groups.
- We organise events and competitions that embrace the young, and the not so young, around Newbury.
- We provide local fundraising and awareness creation support for global health, social welfare and disaster response campaigns such as End Polio Now, Rotary Shoebox Scheme and Water Survival boxes.
- And we have fun and fellowship doing it!
Newbury Rotary is an open and friendly club, currently with around 35 members representing all ages from early 30's upwards, from all walks of life and living in and around Newbury.
The one thing we all have in common is our wish to offer our skills and some of our spare time and energy to help others.
We meet weekly on Mondays at 6pm at the Donnington Valley Hotel on the outskirts of Newbury.
If you want to get a better feel for what Rotary means by "Service above Self ", take a look at this video:
Meetings and events happening soon
Wednesday 13th December 18.30
Mencap Christmas Party
At the Mencap centre for the usual frivolity.
Friday 15th December 19.00
Rotary Christmas Dinner
Christmas Party / Dinner will be at the Portal Hall Burghcleredetails
Monday 18th December 18.15
This meeting has been replaced by the Christmas dinner on the 15th December.
Monday 25th December 18.15
The idea is that you stay at home or go somewhere, eat and drink too much and then fall asleep while watching the Queen's speech.
Monday 1st January 18.15
Having just about recovered from the previous nights festivities, the last thing you need is to eat more food, so have another night off.
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.