The Rotaract Logo symbolises Rotaract as an Action & Service group for people age 18 to 30 within the Rotary International umbrella.
University of Chester Rotaract Charter Night
University of Chester Rotaract Charter Event
UoC Rotaract Charter
UoC Rotaract President Jennifer is accompanied by Rotary District Governor Phillip and Rotaract District Chairman Sean. As Jennifer's chain had not arrived in time, Sean lent his own.
UoC Rotaract Charter
Members assemble holding their Charter
UoC Rotaract Projects
This handy pot saves ringpull from all over University of Chester Campus to support The Purple Community Fund
Wallasey Rotaract Charter Event
President Emma and guests.
Ormskirk Edgehill Rotaract Charter Event
Ormskirk Edgehill Rotaract Club was a hybrid Community and Edgehill University Rotaract Club operating in Ormskirk. It is currently dormant.
Menai Rotaract take to the water
The Menai Rotaract Club was based at Bangor University. It is currently dormant but took part in many Community activities including the Raft Race.
Forum Birkenhead Rotaract
Forum Birkenhead was a Rotaract Club run by and for Forum stakeholders in Birkenhead. It is currently dormant but took part in many Community activities including the Giants event pictured here.
When RGBI visited
D1180 Rotaract hosted a meeting of RGBI at Birkenhead. Assembled are Rotaracters from D1180 and all over RGBI.
RGBI Conference 2013
Many Rotaracters from D1180 attended the RGBI 2013 London Conference
Rotaract of Yesteryear1
Rotaract Clubs of D1180 prepare for their Fancy Dress Five Legged Race.
Rotaract of Yesteryear2
Rotaract of Yesteryear3
Lenny the Liver Bird is donated to Alder Hey Childrens Hospital
Rotaract of Yesteryear4
Rotaract Training Day in North Wales for incoming Rotaract Presidents and other Officers
Our committee exists to promote the Rotaract Programme within the District boundary. While recent changes mean that people aged 18 to 30 could join Rotary directly, many prefer Rotaract because it's less expensive and more spontaneous.
The role of Rotarians in sponsoring a Rotaract Club is to show interest and to mentor this group who are adults in their own right. Rotaract is responsible for its own programme and its own direction. Rotarians with their many skills and experiences can add value to planning and fulfilment. This process brings benefits to both Rotary and Rotaract Clubs.
Any Rotary Club considering sponsoring a Rotaract Club should contact
Paul Dutton (firstname.lastname@example.org or Mob: 07816 582513) to arrange an
initial meeting and presentation.
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