Rotary Club of Croydon - 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.
NEW CLUB YEAR : NEW PRESIDENT : NEW CHARITY
During his year as President,
Christopher Dighton has
chosen to support the
Crisis Skylight Centre in Croydon
raising funds for essential
laundry and cleaning products.
In the words of Crisis, homeless means sleeping on the streets or living in a hostel, shelter or refuge. It also means living in supported housing because you have been homeless, sofa surfing, or living with friends/family as you have nowhere else to go. And it can mean living in a B&B, a squat or other temporary accommodation.
The Croydon Skylight Centre offers free practical and creative classes and workshops as well as individually tailored advice, guidance and coaching sessions. Many of their classes can lead to qualifications and all activities are run by qualified tutors.
The Rotary Club of Croydon was founded in 1921
and for 98 years has been a source of enjoyment to its members
service to the local community.
We currently have over 35 members, both men and women, with a wide mix of social and vocational interests.
We meet every Tuesday for lunch at the Masonic Halls in Croydon (see bottom of screen for location map), where we are able to enjoy a meal and share lively conversations. We often have guest speakers and occasionally our meetings are devoted to discussing the business of the Club and planning our community and International fundraising activities.
In addition to our weekly meetings, we hold social and fundraising events, including theatre trips, and partake in the local Rotary community sporting activities.
View the WHAT WE DO section for more information about the activities of the Rotary Club of Croydon, or download our current Information Leaflet.
Contact our Secretary to arrange a visit to Croydon Rotary Club to meet and hear more about how Rotarians and the Rotary International organisation can "be the inspiration" in their local and international communities.
Meetings and events happening soon
Sunday 29th September 19.00 -
CLUB THEATRE VISIT
Last Night of the Proms,
Tuesday 1st October 13.00 -
District 1145's Kevin Mack
will be updating us.
Tuesday 8th October 13.00 -
TO BE A PILGRIM
By member Colin Coates
Friday 11th October 09.00 - 12.00 Sunday 13th October
DISTRICT 1145 SHOW CASE
Tuesday 15th October 09.00 -
Club members will be undertaking
these interviews at
Thomas More High School
Tuesday 15th October 13.00 -
NO CLUB MEETING
No meeting today as members will be
at Thomas More High School
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