Thank you for visiting our website. We are a popular and thriving club of mixed age groups and made up of both male and female members.
Rotary Supporting Young People
Every year Rotary helps thousands of young people achieve their dreams. Together, we inspire young people to showcase their talents, take part in community projects and unlock their potential through our youth competitions and programmes.details
Meridian Rotary on the Radio - Future Guests
East Grinstead Meridian Rotary club have a a regular 3 hour show on local radio, Meridian on 107FM. The show goes out on air every Saturday from 1-00pm 'till 4.00 pm.details
Our Club Continues to Grow
Another new member joining Meridian Rotary. Recently Tony Hardisty, an IT consultant, was welcomed into the club by president elect Steven Kirupai.details
Rotarians deserve the Nobel Peace Prize?
Government Minister, Harriett Baldwin, has lent her support to calls for Rotary International to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for its fight against polio.details
Meridian Rotary Working with Friends of Weirwood Reservoir
Members of the Rotary Club of East Grinstead Meridian are supporting the Friends of Weirwood Reservoir to maintain the Millennium Picnic area on the South side of Weirwood Reservoir.details
Meridian Rotary invited 15 people to find out what we do
Meridian Rotary invited 15 people to an interest meeting at the Jubilee Centre in East Grinstead to learn about Rotary and were welcomed by President Ginnie Waddingham.details
Thank you for visiting our website.We are a popular and thriving club of mixed age groups and made up of both male and female members.
Our aims are simple. We wish to make our local and worldwide community a better place to be.
We meet at 7.30 pm on Wednesday's, at the Dorset Arms in East Grinstead High Street.
Please feel free to get in touch with me via the link below and come along as my guest.
Ginnie Waddingham, Club President
Meetings and events happening soon
Wednesday 28th March 19.30
Social Evening - What or Who would you like to put into Room 101?
Room 101, the torture chamber in George Orwell’s 1984, was named after a conference room at the BBC where Orwell would have to sit through tortuously boring meetings.details
Wednesday 4th April 19.30
Speaker - Antonia Gallop
Speaker - Antonia Gallop will give a talk on A gallop through the history of carriage driving.
Wednesday 11th April 19.30
Speaker - Andrew Lewis
Speaker - Andrew Lewis will give a talk on the Paintings of Winston Churchill
Wednesday 18th April 19.30
A talk by Waste Prevention Advisor Colin Mc Farlin.
"Think before you throw" a talk on recycling in West Sussex by Waste Prevention Advisor Colin Mc Farlin.
Be part of a global network of volunteers, trying to make the world a better place. Please also see the 'links & news' page for information from the local district and live feeds from Rotary International and Rotary International in GB&I.