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The Rotary Club of Shepperton and Sunbury welcomes you to our Website. We meet on Monday evenings at the Holiday Inn. We hold charitable events during the year & have many new projects starting soon.

Sponsored Walk - The Waterways of Shepperton

10km walk with charities raising money for their own charity and Rotary walkers raising money for the our own supported charities.


What does Rotary do and why become a Rotarian?

The Rotary motto is Service beyond Self. Contact Geoff Williams to find out about membership of your local Rotary Club.


Rotary Windsor Micro-Brewery Meeting

Windsor Micro-Brewery Trip and Meal organised by Peter Routley.


Rotary Club Guest Meeting at The Holiday Inn

Halloween Meeting - An Interesting Case of….. as recounted by our President, Richard Black ... an exploration of the dark side of employment ...


About us

Rotary Vocational Awards

Each year, the Rotary Club of Shepperton & Sunbury Vocational Services Committee presents their Rotary Vocational Services Community Award and The Vocational Services Business Award. 

For 2016-2017, Catherine Black, Chair of the Vocational Services Committee, presented the Vocational Services Community Award to Eric Champion, for all his amazing work at the Riverside Arts Centre.

This year, the Vocational Services Business Award was awarded to two businesses. Laura Bale received the award for Laura’s Hair & Beauty in Sunbury. 

Steve Aldridge received the award for Daines & Gray in Shepperton, presented by Eric Painter. Both received Rotary Business Certificates but the Shield will be shared between them, with each having it for six months!

Rotary 10km Sponsored Walk around The Waterways of Shepperton

Walkers enjoying the Shepperton footpaths on their 10km sponsored walk. Charities aim to raise at least £8000 from their sponsors.

The Mayor and Mayoress Opens the Sunbury Manor School Garden. April 2017.

The Mayor of Spelthorne Alfred Friday and his Mayoress Kay Friday opened the Rotary Garden at Sunbury Manor School.

This garden has been created by the joint Rotary Clubs of Shepperton and Sunbury.  Shepperton and Sunbury meet in the evening at the Holiday Inn, Felix lane whilst  Aurora, meet as a breakfast Club at the Boathouse, Chertsey Bridge. This was a joint venture by both Clubs to create a wheel chair access garden for the pupils - transforming a patch of waste patch ground into a quiet space for children to enjoy.

There were many hours of hard work and friendly banter between the two Clubs.  I am told that there are frogs habitating the refurbished pond and I am sure that the gazebo and benches will get a proper amount of use.

The Head Teacher gave a short speech, followed by the presidents of both Clubs.  The Mayor, Cllr Alfred Friday added a few words which emphasised his personal connections with the school.

Pat Hodgson receives his Sapphire Paul Harris Award (Pat - 2nd from right)

Pat Hodgson received his Paul Harris Sapphire Award for excellent service to the Rotary Club of Shepperton and Sunbury. He received the presentation on 8th March 2017 with many members attending to congratulate him. He received his initial Paul Harris Award in 2009. 

Andrew's sponsored cycle ride to raise money for Kids For Kids

On Sunday 4 December 2016 Andrew Welch, having been so inspired by the talk at the Rotary District Conference, decided to cycle for the charity Kids For Kids. He raised £1000 from his sponsors which was donated to Kids for Kids.

Quoting from the Kids For Kids homepage:

'KIDS FOR KIDS helps children the world has forgotten, children in Darfur, Sudan, who live lives of inexcusable and unimaginable hardship.  Our key project is a goat loan – we don’t believe in charity, we believe in enabling people to help themselves. Children are malnourished in every village.   Many have had no protein, minerals or vitamins for months on end which not only means lasting damage to them physically but their IQ is reduced, often irreperably.  Goat’s milk transforms a child’s health. 

Goat loans are just one way we help.  By providing an integrated package of sustainable  projects which parents tell us will help them the most –  projects suitable to the region which have both an immediate, and a long term impact – we are lifting families out of abject poverty and transforming whole villages.  To date we have adopted 82 villages across North Darfur, with five more this year. Over 364,000 people whose lives have been improved long term in one of the most remote and inaccessible regions of the world ...'

Happening soon...

Meetings and events happening soon

Monday 25th September 19.00

Rotary Club Guest Meeting at The Holiday Inn

'What one Rotarian does in South Africa' - Speaker: Margaret Turnbull

Monday 2nd October 19.00

Rotary Club Business Meeting

We meet every Monday at the Holiday Inn, Felix Lane, Shepperton TW17 8NP, except Bank Holidays

Monday 9th October 19.00

Rotary Club Meeting at The Holiday Inn

'70% Less Child Maltreatment by 2030'
with Speaker Sam Lawes

Monday 16th October 19.00

Micro-Brewery Visit

Visit to Windsor & Eton Brewery plus meal


Monday 16th October 19.00

Rotary Windsor Micro-Brewery Meeting

Windsor Micro-Brewery Trip and Meal
organised by Peter Routley.


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Rotary News

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Rotary Young Citizen Awards

Watch coverage of the 2017 'Rotary Young Citizen Awards', highlighting outstanding young people.

Details on RotaryGBI.org

How Rotary is Funding Polio Immunization in 2017

Find out more about Rotary fighting disease

Details on Rotary.org

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Mondays at 7.00 pm
(except bank holidays)
Holiday Inn
Felix Lane
TW17 8NP  01932 899933

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