We like to connect with others & become actively involved within our Sittingbourne (UK) community.
Internationally, we're proud to be helping to eradicate polio from the world.
As a group of friends, we have much fun and enjoy a range of
sporting & social activities together.
In Rotary year 2018/19 we will:
- celebrate our club's 30th anniversary
- organise our 9th annual Sittingbourne Invicta 10K Race
- continue supporting the End Polio Now campaign
- have fun at our Rotary South East Conference in Canterbury
- again be inviting Community Chest bids for funding from local clubs/groups
Sittingbourne 10K Results
The results for the Sittingbourne 10K Race on 19th May 2019 can be found on the ChiptimingUK website (available soon after the race).
Could Rotary Be For You Too?
We welcome enquiries from people who would like to work with us towards our goal of improving our communities locally, nationally and internationally.
Our club meets every week on a Monday evening, but we realise this will not suit everyone. This is why Rotary has changed its rules on attendance, making it far more flexible and attractive.
We can now offer Associate Membership for those who are keen to volunteer on our local community projects and are able to attend our meetings just once a month.
We also have Friends of Rotary where people who may not be able to make the meetings can still assist with the events that we organise to benefit people locally and further afield.
There’s no pressure – just come along – if it’s not for you no worries.
What we can say is that we think you will enjoy yourself like we do; not just doing the ‘charity type things', but also having a good time at our social events and making new friends along the way. Take a look at the speakers we have lined up, and if you fancy coming along to hear one just let us know.
If you'd like to be part of Rotary we’d love to see you - so please get in touch.
Meetings and events happening soon
Monday 27th May 19.30
No Meeting - Bank Holiday
Monday 10th June 19.30
Speaker - Hugg Raggett
“Sir Thomas Hanbury and the history of his renowned garden on the Italian Riviera”.details
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.