Norwich Centenary - the Rotary Club with the reputation for having fun. Here we are pretending to be twitchers at a summer night out at the RSPB's Bird Reserve at Strumpshaw Fen
We are probably the only Rotary Club to ever get a visit from Miss England
Norwich Centenary Rotary Club is the youngest of Norwichï¿½s six Rotary clubs. It was formed in 2005, the centenary of the worldï¿½s first Rotary club founded in Chicago, USA.
Norwich Centenary Rotary Club meet every Wednesday at Mercure Hotel on Boundary Road NR3 2BA in Norwich at 6.15pm for 6.30pm
See below our 3 latest members, Chris, Ros & Brin, with President Rosemary
The accent is on informality and fun. Our meetings start with a one-course meal, sometimes followed by a speaker. Meetings last around 90 minutes.
Like all Rotary clubs, Norwich Centenary has an active social programme and we raise thousands or pounds each your for a variety charities, many of them in the local area (see Charities Helped). We support mant local charities including EACH, The Wherry School,
We organise an annual quiz on behalf of local charity Sing Your Heart Out. Here's what the charity has to say about us...
"The quiz was fantastic. Everyone had a great evening ï¿½ and the outcome in money terms is better than I could have hoped for. All of your Rotary colleagues were lovely ï¿½ and everyone I spoke to said so, and how nice it was that you all seemed to be having fun too.You know that SYHO is aimed primarily at people with mental health problems ï¿½ this is still such a stigma in our society, and having Rotary stand up and say this is a cause that matters is equally important to us as the money. THANK YOU SO MUCH!" - Maggie Wheeler (Former Chair Norfolk & Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust)
We always invite prospective new members to try a couple of meetings before being joining.
POP ALONG ON A WEDNESDAY AND TRY NORWICH CENTENARY ROTARY CLUB
You are sure of a very warm welcome!
Meetings and events happening soon
Wednesday 21st February 18.15
Events planning/General club meeting
Discussion re future events i.e. Upton Walk/general meeting with members intros etc.
Wednesday 28th February 18.15
Talk from Community Sports Foundation
Community Sports Foundation talk from Hannah Clay
Wednesday 7th March 18.15
Review past month & discuss future events
Wednesday 14th March 18.15
Marie Curie talk
Hugo Stevenson to talk on work of Marie Curie
Wednesday 21st March 18.15
General club meeting
No events to plan so general social meeting
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Meetings & Venue
Where and when:
(We often arrange "away" meetings on any fifth Wednesday of the month. Call Secretary on 01603 701164 to check our plans.)
121-131 Boundary Road
Norwich NR3 2BA