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Rotary Club of Woodstock & Kidlington - 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.

Bladon youngsters sow seeds of the future at a community orchard

"By planting and tending these fruit trees together, we hope that children will develop a strong sense of the importance of trees and orchards to wildlife, biodiversity and people, which they will carry with them for the rest of their lives."


Primary School Purple4Polio Art Competition - Order your Notelet Pads Here

The frontispiece & reverse of each card is shown below. Each will be A6 size when folded and be in sealed packs of 9 notelets and envelopes; the inside is blank. All profits will go to EndPolioNow and each pack costs £4.00. See link to order form below.


The Club wins the 2016/17 Caswell Trophy

David Caswell was a District Governor and Rotary Foundation Chair and his widow, Valerie, gave this trophy in David’s name to present to the club that showed the greatest improvement in support of Rotary Foundation activities each year.


Thank you from ShelterBox

Thank you for all your club’s support this past year, the generous support of Rotary clubs like yours has meant more families in their darkest hours have been given vital shelter and warmth.


Rotary Blenheim 2017 10K & 5K Races watch this space for links to 2017 race results.

Thank you for your support today for the Oxford Childrens Hospital. We will be back in October 2018 supporting Macmillan Cancer Support


£530 Christmas Gift to the North Oxfordshire Community Foodbank.



About us

Woodstock and Kidlington Rotary Club are a young member of a worldwide service organisation with many different facets. When the combined talents and energy of Rotary's 1.2 million members are channelled in one direction its impact can be immense. For example, Rotary International set out in 1985 to eradicate polio. Since then Rotarians worldwide have worked with the WHO (World Health Organisation), UNICEF and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the world is now close to becoming polio-free. Equally important is the fellowship each Rotarian obtains from regular club meetings, and friendships borne through Rotary are often worldwide and long lasting.

The club has raised over £180,000 for many causes since it formed in 1985(click here for history) It has provided Shelter Boxes for various disasters throughout the world and in 2005-6 helped build and equip a pottery and metal-working workshop in Zambia to teach orphans the skills to make fuel-efficient stoves, a need all too evident in the copper-belt region. Closer to home the club has helped well over 100 local organisations from Action Research to Yarnton Boy's Football Club through its annual fund raising programme which includes the Rotary Blenheim 5 & 10K and the Father Christmas Sleigh. Every year it joins forces with other Rotary Clubs in Oxford to organise Youth Speaks.

We meet at the The Kings Head, Woodstock, on Monday evenings for a varied programme of speakers (mostly entertaining!), fun and fellowship. We have men and women members from all sorts of backgrounds and our geographical region covers many villages around Kidlington and Woodstock.


Happening soon...

Meetings and events happening soon

Monday 30th April 19.30

Club Meeting


Monday 14th May 19.30

Club Meeting


Monday 21st May 19.30

Club Meeting


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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 Mondays at 1915 for 1945
(1st, 3rd and 5th Mondays - Standard Rotary Meeting 2nd and 4th Mondays - Please contact the Club Secretary)

OX20 1UD   01993 812164

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