Have you thought about getting involved with Rotary?
There are lots of ways that you can become involved in the activities of the Rotary Club of Wickford. Whether you have lots of time on your hands or are a busy, busy person, the bottom line is that we are keen to get you involved in the Club to whatever level you can manage.
If you simply want to help out with some of our events, we are always looking for volunteers to help; we undertake many activities during the year and there are many fun ways you can get involved.
If you want to become a little more involved then you can attend our meetings as a Friend of the Club. This enables you to get more closely acqujainted with the members and understand the wporking of the Club itself.
Or of course you mighyt like to become fully integrated within the Club by becoming a member.
Whatever your level of interest, just get in touch!
Wickford on Crouch!
Wickford Rotary gets on board on the River Crouch; although they had to go to Burnham to actually get on the water!details
Remembering Richard Gordon
It is with great sadness that we give news of the passing on of one of our members, Richard (“Dick”) Gordon.details
Vic Copping is recognised for his work for Wickford Rotary
It is not often that a Rotary Club presents its highest award to a non-Rotarian, so it is very special when it happens...details
Wickford Rotary qualifies for her Bus Pass!
2018 saw the 60th anniversary of the inauguration of the Rotary Club of Wickford and the Club came out to Celebratedetails
It's not just about fundraising you know!
14 go mad in Danbury! A group of Rotarians and partners enjoyed the countryside around Essex recently when they went for a ramble around Danburydetails
The President has gone - welcome the President!
The Rotary Year finishes on July 1; a new order commences!details
President's Night 2012
Wickford Rotary celebrates its President The Rotary Club of Wickford got together to celebrate the achievements the Club has made this year, by getting together in the convivial atmosphere.details
Goodbye to Norman
It is with sadness that we said goodbye to member Norman Hollingsworth, who passed on to higher service in Februarydetails