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President's Night


All Members, partners and friends are welcome to Sandy's President's Night Dinner. Venue, Clitheroe Golf Club.

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Smalls for All - Pants to Poverty!


Help support our latest International initiative, please drop off any donations of underwear at Honeywells Estate Agents, Castlegate, Clitheroe, thank you.

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Ribble Valley Ride


Clitheroe and Accrington Rotary Clubs invite you to join this major fundraising event through magnificent countryside.

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Young Chef 2019


The annual Rotary Young Chef Competition takes place February 7th.

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Clitheroe Community Bonfire 2018


Thanks to all Rotarians and friends who helped on the night!

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Booths Supermarket Collection 2018


The Clitheroe Rotary Team are in action for 3 days collecting at Booths, Clitheroe. A grand total of £1,360 was collected. Thank you to all who donated or helped with the collection.

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About us

PRESIDENT SANDY MORRISON 2018 / 2019

Sandy is a Anglo-Scot who after many years travelling the world working for Unilever, settled into retirement in Clitheroe with his Wife Heather. 

At the inauguration ceremony Sandy gave thanks to the extremely positive welcoming atmosphere he encountered when he joined Clitheroe Rotary 6 years ago and is both honoured and proud to take up the challenge of being President in these times of change for all voluntary organisations. 

Despite being one of the biggest Rotary Clubs in the North West of England, Sandy says that as President he will maintain a strong recruitment drive (successfully pursued for several years by many Rotarians & more recently by Bill Honeywell) to encourage younger community spirited members in Ribble Valley to join Clitheroe Rotary. 
For this to succeed the club will need to become more flexible in many ways and capture the enthusiasm of our newer younger members for less formal meetings and flexibility on location & habits.  Time will tell if these efforts will achieve the desired results. 

Apart from the recruitment drive Clitheroe Rotary will maintain its strong support through Rotary International for the global Eradication of Polio.  In addition we hope to undertake more projects to help our local community in Clitheroe and the Ribble Valley & we will also continue our efforts to raise funds for a host of smaller local charities similar to the ones which have today received from outgoing President Frank Brown on behave of the Rotarians in the Club. 

The club has also historically been a strong supporter of Emergency Funding to global and regional disasters (including helping Whalley in Dec 2015 and thereafter through the Flood Action Group), a self-help Project in Africa called Mary’s Meals, and projects under taken in places like Nepal by sister clubs in the Rotary District. 
Sandy will continue to support the Club with this work but also support a new activity called “little sun” which since 2012 has focussed on small cheap solar self-charging lights to allow many activities but specifically targeted at children’s learning during darkness in rural Africa.  For every “little sun” we in the UK purchase at +/- £25 for caravans, camping, etc the “little sun” charity will donate a similar lamp to Africa. 
On a personal level, Sandy’s chosen charity for his year is Calvert Trust at Keswick who organise outdoor venture-style activities for physically and mentally restricted teenagers and young adults. 
So like all his predecessors over the years, Sandy is determined to lead the Clitheroe Rotary Club to continue p doing the many Rotary activities to help Individuals and Communities - thus maintaining the traditions of the Club of transforming lives, making a difference and being a non-political inspiration to our community. 
All Examples of the Rotary ethos over the last 84 years of “Service above Self” in the Ribble Valley & Clitheroe Area.
If anyone has a good idea or a needy organisation please feel free to contact Clitheroe Rotary Club. 

Rotarian David Wymer was also installed as President-Elect during the lunch activities. 

For information about Rotary in the Ribble Valley, including the latest flexible way of doing Rotary (perfect for busy people) click here


 

 


Happening soon...

Meetings and events happening soon

Thursday 25th April 12.30

"Mystery Event"


....wait and see!

Thursday 2nd May 12.30

District Governor - Mary Bradley


Mary Bradley will speak about her time as District Governor

Skydiving Challenge

Sunday 5th May 09.00

Skydiving Challenge


Are you up for a Tandem Freefall Skydive to fundraise for Rotary Charities? We have a charity Skydive booked for the 5 May 2019 at Skydive Northwest. All we ask is £50 deposit and for you to raise a minimum £300 in sponsorship. Interested? Email jg.rotary

Thursday 9th May 12.30

Speakers from THOMAS


THOMAS is a Blackburn based prison & drug rehabilitation charity.

President's Night

Saturday 11th May 19.00

President's Night


All Members, partners and friends are welcome to Sandy's President's Night Dinner. Venue, Clitheroe Golf Club.

Health Awareness Day

Saturday 18th May 10.00

Health Awareness Day


Blood pressure testing and more for the wellbeing of our community.

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Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Thursdays at 1230
(FIFTH THURSDAY MEETINGS: evenings with partners - contact Secretary for changed venue on these occasions.)
The Rose and Crown Hotel, Castle Street, , Clitheroe, BB7 2BT

01200 442848 BB7 2BT  01200442848

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