Welcome to the home page of the Rotary Club of Severn Vale. We hope you find something of interest here.
Seventy Severn Car Run by Rotary Club of Severn Vale
A two loop social motor run for interesting vehicles of all ages. one loop of 25 miles & 52 miles and a full route of 77 miles (approx.) Please note the short route includes long, steep ascents, whilst the longer route is more gentle.details
Longfield cheque handover
Longfield receive their cheque from fund raising at the Frampton Open Gardensdetails
SARA Fundraising results
An invitation to SARA's Tewkesbury Station to look at the kit we held purchase in President Clare's year.details
From our President
"Fulfilling the Promise; Making a Difference".
We are a club of about 30 professionals meeting twice a month for breakfast and between times to socialise, have some fun and contribute to making the world a better place.
As Rotarians, we each have the ability to make a difference; in our club, our local community and in the bigger worldwide community.
If you want to make a difference too, contact us through the links on this page.
We would be happy to welcome you for breakfast; come and see what we're like.
President of the Rotary Club of Severn Vale
2018-2019 Supported Charities
Our main charitable support this year will go to;
- William Morris House Eastington Garden
- The Toilet Twinning water and sanitation initiative
- Roll Out the Barrel Trust supplying fresh water to deprived areas.
- & other Rotary Chartities
- The year will have a car theme
You can support our charitable work by donation through the MyDonate logo below.
2019-20 Club Officers
Peter Bray - President
Rob Toseland - Senior Vice President
Martin Greaves - Junior Vice President
Mike Hall & Mike Naylor - Immediate Past Presidents
Mike Farmer - Secretary
Nigel Cramp - Treasurer
David Greenfield - Yellow Team leader
Rob Toseland - Red Team leader
David Granger - Green Team leader
Charities supported in 2018/19 year were;
- Rotary Foundation
- Roll out the Barrel
- Toilet Twinning
- Breast Cancer Awareness
- End Polio Now
Frampton on Severn Open Gardens Update
Held in Aid of Longfield (Hospice) in May 2019. Many thanks to all who came along and enjoyed the hard work and passion of those Frampton on Severn residents that opened up their gardens.
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.