Our popular quizzes continue with a quiz at St Thomas of Canterbury RC Primary School - guaranteed that you will know a good number of the answers ! Proceeds in aid of the accessible toilet facilities in the new Rainham Cricket Club Community Pavilion. more
We have 81 great Rotary Clubs in Rotary District 1120; stretching from the South East of London, along the Kent and Sussex coasts and also including Gibraltar. We are 2,400 men and women; all having fun whilst serving our communities and making a difference worldwide.
What We Do
Our prime aim, as Rotarians, is to meet people, socialise and have fun whilst doing good in the world.
Rotarians of all ages use
their various skills to raise funds and manage projects both locally in our own
communities and also overseas, to alleviate poverty, disease and poor sanitation.
mid eighties Rotary, together with the World Health Organisation and other partners, has also been at the forefront of the
battle to eradicate polio from the world.
Rotary At The Heart of Your Community
Rotarians are ordinary people who go that extra mile to help other people and in the process widen their circle of friends and enhance their social life.
Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland has joined forces with the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) to plant over seven million purple crocus corms across Britain & Ireland as part of their Purple4Polio campaign to raise awareness and funds for End Polio Now.
The last of the seven million bulbs was planted in a special event which took place in Regent’s Park on Friday 9 December.
Rotary clubs within Rotary South East are proud of our efforts in planting 310,000 purple crocus corms.
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