What we do!
Our ongoing community programme includes:
a quiz for local primary schools,
a 'Kids Day Out' for children from a local special needs school,
a public Stroke Awareness Day in Cheltenham, allowing people to know their own blood pressure,
helping with reading in local schools,
packing and distributing a hundred and fifty Christmas parcels for needy people in and around the town.
providing finance for local schools to provide life education through special mobile classrooms and teachers, which help youngsters make positive and healthy lifestyle choices.
supporting the Rock Youth Centre and Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust in environmental education
If you are interested in helping with such projects as these, then please get in touch.
Christmas Collection 2018
As a result of our Christmas collection at Morrisons, Uphatherley, President Simon made presentations to local charities,Open Door, Trussell Trust Food Bank, Cheltenham Animal Shelter and Caring for Communities and People (CCP).details
Primary School Quiz 2018
Our 5th annual Primary School Quiz took place at Warden Hill School in Marchdetails
Crocus planting at Charlton Kings Junior School
In aid of End Polio Now, 24 children from the Charlton Kings Junior School planted almost 4000 crocuses at the school entrance after a small team of Rotarians prepared the ground.details
Breast Cancer scanner from Ten Pin Bowling
We donated. £3500 to Cheltenham General Hospital's appeal for a new scanner for breast cancer as a result of November's sponsored Ten Pin Bowling evening.details
End Polio Now - Crocus Planting at All Saints Academy
To celebrate World Polio Day - 24th October, and with lots of help from students from All Saints Academy, we planted 2500 crocuses in their grounds.details
Defibrillator For All Saints Academy
The Rotary Club of Cheltenham has presented a new defibrillator to All Saints’ Academy in Cheltenham.details
Cotswolds Canals Trust Presentation
President David Price presents a donation to Clive and Jill Field from the Cotswold Canals Trust after their fascinating talk to the Club on 19 September.details
Crocus Planting for End Polio Campaign
A group of 22 pupils from Rowanfield Junior School had an enjoyable afternoon planting 2000 purple crocuses in the design of a Rotary wheel with the words END POLIO NOW and ROTARY carefully cut out.details
The 'Your Green Future' meeting on 25th and 26th of June in the Park Campus of the University of Gloucetershire