Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things

Some of the remarkable achievements of Rotarians in the Thames Valley Area

It never ceases to amaze the lengths Rotarians go to in the name of 'Service above Self'. Whether it be brave acts of 'derring-do' to promote awareness and raise funds for a cause, giving endless volunteer hours to improve life for others or simply leading an exemplary life of quiet service that fulfills the exhortation of Horace to 'Do good by stealth and blush to find it fame', its all trully remarkable.

 Just take a look at the stories on the right!

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Sir Nicholas Winton 1909 - 2015

'If a thing is not obviously impossible to do, then there must be some way of doing it'


Alan receives Rotary's Most Prestigious Award

Banbury Rotarian Alan Wolstencroft presented with a Service Above Self Award


Sir Nicholas Winton we salute you!

Huge Congratulations to a truly remarkable man! Remarkable enough to travel hundreds of miles at the age of 105! But what he has achieved in his lifetime is truly astonishing.


Peace Award for Sir Nicholas Winton:

Sir Nicholas Winton is the first person to be inducted into the new Rotarian Peace Hall of Fame at the Illinois Holocaust Museum


Dr Jim wins National Award.

Dr Jim McWhirter, originall of Henley Bridge Rotary Club, now with Reading Matins was awarded the Magic of Rotary Volunteering Award at the RIBI Conference in Bournemouth in April 2010


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