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Rotary Club of Chelmsford - welcome! Please scroll/swipe down through this page to find out more about us, in addition to the pages linked in the menu, top-left.

Club Chronicle


Latest meeting and other events

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Business Partnerships


The Rotary Club of Chelmsford and local businesses working together to serve the community.

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Quiz Night


Quiz Night at Writtle Sports and Social Club on 13 April 2019 in support of Essex Dementia Care

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About us

Club Council 2018-19

Club Council for 2018-19

Bob Booker (Treasurer), 2nd Vice President Janice Goodman (Youth Service), Philip Goodman (Community & Vocational), Jenny Black (Membership), 1st Vice President Francis Whitbread, President Anne Moriaty, Eddie Cassels (Secretary), Keith Otter (Immediate Past President) and Keith Dabbs (Foundation & International). Not shown: Stan Keller (Public Image).

Our Club President  welcomes you to the club website and invites you to join members in the Fellowship of Rotary. We meet on Thursday lunchtime 1pm at the Hampton Leisure Centre (formerly called Marconi Social Club) Beehive Lane, Chelmsford CM2 9RX. If you wish to obtain further information contact us on 07857 469275. To discover more about Rotary and Rotarians go to the RIBI website.

Chelmsford Rotary Club is the original club in the city formed way back in 1927. Since this time members have brought a richness of life to many people in the community and moved on with a broader involvement to incorporate numerous local and international projects. Rotarians offer their services in many different ways. If you have recently moved to the Chelmsford district and wish to put something back into the community, we can offer you an enjoyable and stimulating way of doing so.

The club has a major international project ongoing with Girls High Schools in Sahiwal, Pujab, Pakistan.  We are helping to build schools with better facilities & improve the quality of life for students. For the next five years it is also financially helping Chelmsford Community Transport, which provides transport for those who might be unable to access the usual public transport. These are but two of the many ways that Rotary in Chelmsford has moved forward in serving others.

You would be very welcome to come along to a meeting to hear more of what Rotary does and how you could be involved.  Just phone or complete the contact form on this website.

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Meetings and events happening soon

Ben Newman Wright: CHARMS

Thursday 21st February 13.00

Ben Newman Wright: CHARMS


Established in 1984, CHARMS (The Essex Therapy Centre) was registered as an Independent Health & Care Provider. They support patients and carers throughout their lifespan via self-help and tailored services.

Saturday 23rd February 10.30

Fill Your Plate for Polio


President Anne will hold a coffee morning at her house in aid of the fight against polio

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Tony Tuckwell: Queen Mary's Association with New Hall

Thursday 28th February 13.00

Tony Tuckwell: Queen Mary's Association with New Hall


Tony Tuckwell, retired headmaster of KEGS, is an author who has published books about Chelmsford Cathedral and New Hall.

Council meeting

Tuesday 5th March 18.00

Council meeting


Council members only

Business Meeting

Thursday 7th March 13.00

Business Meeting


Our monthly business meeting

Rtn John Scammell: Job Talk

Thursday 14th March 13.00

Rtn John Scammell: Job Talk


Rotarian John tells us about his life to date

Katherine Loveday: Kids Inspire

Thursday 21st March 13.00

Katherine Loveday: Kids Inspire


Kids Inspire makes a positive difference to the lives of young people

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Rotary News

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Family Rotary club use skills to kick-start local charities


Rotary members unite to tackle world hunger



Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Thursdays at 12.45 for 13.00
(Fifth Thursday of the month is an evening meeting at a different venue - contact the Secretary or Attendance officer for details.)
Hampton Leisure Club (formerly Marconi Sports and Social Club) Beehive Lane, Great Baddow, Chelmsford, Essex CM2 9RX  01245 269422

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