Welcome to the Rotary Club of Cirencester

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Rotarians and children choosing their planting spots.

Planting crocuses to support an end to Polio

Rotarians and children choosing their planting spots.Read more

President Brian Skarda presents cheque to the Secretary of GAT, Steve Morton

Support for Gloucestershire Arthritis Trust (GAT)

President Brian Skarda presents cheque to the Secretary of GAT, Steve MortonRead more

Cirencester Rotary Club Rotary is a local club for local people who want to make a difference.

Rotary's motto is "service above self" and that is the bond which ties together the members of the Club. Members give their time to a range of fundraising activities enabling Rotary to support charities in the local area and to help people abroad when disaster strikes.

The Cirencester club was founded in 1929 by people seeking to help others and each other; today it has the same ideals for all its members, both men and women. Members meet regularly (most Wednesday evenings) at the Royal Agricultural University.

Cirencester Rotary Club is part of Rotary International which has a worldwide membership of some1.2 million members; there is an international Charity, The Rotary Foundation which is rated as one of the top five not-for-profit organisations in the world and is heavily involved in the End Polio Now international campaign.

Please take the time to look at what we do and, hopefully, what we can do for you!

  Brian Skarda - Cirencester Rotary Club President 2016 - 2017 

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In the next 30 days...

Amanda Hart, Director of the Corinium Museum
Cirencester Rotary Club is again organising a “Know Your Blood Pressure Day” in support of the Stroke Association’s national campaign to raise awareness of high blood pressure. It will take place in St John’s Church in Cirencester on Saturday 22 April. read more »

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We meet on Wednesdays at times below: (1st and 3rd Wednesdays - 6.15pm Tea and Business Meeting, these meetings last about an hour. 2nd Wednesday - 7.30pm Members and Guests evening with meal and Speaker. 4th Wednesday - 7.30pm Members Dinner with Speaker.) Royal Agricultural University, Stroud Road, Cirencester, GL76JS tel: 01285 652531

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