Barrow-in-Furness lies at the southern tip of Cumbria, north of Morecambe Bay and set against the spectacular backdrop of the English Lake District Mountains.

Surrounded by beautiful beaches and inspiring scenery, the Furness area also has a strong manufacturing economy incorporating marine and nuclear engineering, electronics, offshore engineering and power generation.


The short address for this website is www.barrowrotary.org.uk 


    

We are a group of friends who meet each Tuesday lunchtime at the Lisdoonie Hotel in Barrow.

Most weeks we have a guest speaker who might be representing a local charity or presenting some general information about something of interest.

We have also been known to convene in local hostelries, have a flutter at the races, or go to the theatre!

The reason the club exists is to give service where it's needed, be it at home or abroad, and as you may gather we get a great deal of fun whilst doing it.

If you're interested in finding out more just let us have a few details about yourself and we'll be in touch. - 

President Alf Hadley

Meeting Information...

Lisdoonie Hotel, Abbey Road, Barrow In Furness We meet on Tuesdays at 12.30 Lisdoonie Hotel, Abbey Road, Barrow In Furness LA14 5LF tel: 01229 827312

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In the next 30 days...

Derek Hadley signed for Barrow on the same day as Eddie Szymala, and made his d├ębut for Barrow against New Hunslet at Craven Park, Barrow-in-Furness on Friday 7 September 1973.
Hear about the activities of the Walney Three Churches Beavers, Cubs and Scouts, and the renovation work on the scout hall which is being supported by Barrow's three Rotary clubs.