Public Image 2018 - 2019

Public Image Communications Team

The role of District 1100 Public Image Team is to develop and improve the way your District communicates internally with our fellow Rotarians and externally with the general public who wish to learn more about Rotary within their community and internationally.

The Team have identified a number of key priorities to consider throughout District which will include:

  •  Supporting and assisting Clubs with all matters concerning Marketing PR and Communications. 
  •  Promoting a strong and informative web-presence of your District online 
  •  Developing and raising the profile of Rotary District 1100 
  •  Embracing new technology and develop ways our District uses information technology (IT) 
  •  Developing the Press and Media profile of Rotary throughout the District 
  •  Improving the way in which your District communicates 
  •  Working with other Rotary Districts 
  •  Supporting other District Committees to promote the District 1100 message

The Team aims to develop our communication system in such a way that Rotary District 1100 will be a communication trailblazer.

Links to the various sub-pages under this heading are shown in the right-hand navigation panel. 

Your contacts are: 

Bernd Langheim - District 1100 South (Areas 1-3) -

Jan Long - District 1100 North (Areas 4-7) -

Public Image 2018 - 2019 pages:

Largest ever UK-based Rotary Global Grant set to support cancer patients

RIBI press release 7th December 2018


Fill Your Plate for Polio

Serving up an exciting new fundraising activity


Marketing Best Practices Guidelines

Conveying Rotary's messages clearly and consistently is crucial to our success.


End Polio - The Iron Lung Display

Spread the word about Rotary involvement in Ending Polio with this innovative display.


Ledbury Rotary helps school children

Are you using Community Chest to help your local school?


Tyndale Monument to turn Purple

World Polio Day - How one Rotary Club is marking this event.


Get Your Crocus Bulbs Now

Hopefully your club members will be rolling up their sleeves and planting crocus bulbs to celebrate the ongoing success of the Rotary “End Polio Now” campaign.


Discover the Artists

August 24th and 25th are the dates when you can view over 200 original pieces of artwork and then buy them for only £40 each. Are you able to spot which established or up-and-coming artists have created the artwork?


Promotional material

D1100 has some Promotional Material for Clubs to borrow


Club Community Chest put to good use

Ledbury Rotary Club shows how Rotary can help youngsters become used to horses


Malvern Rotary Club helps the Scouts

1st Malvern Scouts team up with Rotary to refurbish its headquarters.


Brass Band parodying Abbey Road

Ledbury Rotary steps out


Newent Rotary Soap Box Racer

Newent Rotarians display their racing spirit!


Swindon Old Town Festival 2018

The power of Rotary attracted Miss UK, The Royal Wessex Yeomanry and many others this year.


Purple4Polio Rotary Grand Tour visits Monmouth

Monmouth was one of the scheduled check points on the recent Grand Tour to promoting the End Polio Now campaign.


Rotary helps launch Sharpness Lifeboat

The President and Rotarians of Cotswold Tyndale have raised the incredible sum of £8000 for the Sharpness Lifeboat replacement fund, and this was presented recently to the Sharpness Lifeboat Station.


General Data Protection Regulation

This statement represents how Clubs within Rotary District 1100 handle personal data.


Bristol Breakfast wins RIBI awards

The Rotary Club of Bristol Breakfast has won the RIBI Public Image Trophy and Online Presence Trophy


Downloadable Banners etc.

Downloadable banners that can be used on Club websites etc.


District Newsletter Archive


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