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           Welcome to the Rotary Club of Leigh

Our club was formed in 1931 and has a modern and progressive membership of pro-active individuals who work together for the good of others through numerous initiatives and fund raising projects. This takes the Rotary motto of "Service Beyond Self" to a level that really makes a difference.

We support a wide range of projects within our local community, as well as International Projects and Disaster Relief.

We have a meeting every Monday to enjoy each other's company, listen to inspiring speakers, and keep up-to-date with our community and projects. We also meet for various other Social, Fund Raising and Community Service events. 

If you would like to attend one of our meetings to find out more about what we do, please use the “Contact” facility at the top of this page, or use the links to find more general information about the world-wide Rotary organisation.

Our meetings are held at Leigh Cricket Club, 

Beech Walk, Leigh, WN7 3LH

We meet at Monday Lunchtime at 12.45 pm. 

Meetings generally finish around 2pm



Meeting times – Mondays at 1245 unless otherwise stated

Friday 4th - Race Night at Leigh East ARLFC 

Mon 7th   -  Speaker Meeting  Tony Beckett 

                      “Rotary Youth Competitions”

Mon 14th  - Speaker Meeting - Frank Bowker

Wed 16th  - Council Meeting - Abbeyfield 7pm

18th/20th   - Rotary District Conference at Llandudno

Mon 21st  - Speaker Meeting  Brian Mills 

                    “Trials & Tribulations of a Kit Car Builder!”

Thurs 24th - World Polio Day  Dinner at The RAJ

Mon 28th   - Committees & Business Meeting


Coming Up Dont miss these!

HORSE RACE NIGHT Friday 4thOct at Leigh East ARLFC Ledgard Ave WN7 4GY

Only £7 including Supper - Pay at the Door

For World Polio Day on Thursday 24thOctober we have organized a dinner at The RAJ restaurant in Culcheth on that date. 

Past District Governor Stan Bowes will speak briefly about the End Polio campaign and everyone is welcome at a cost of just £20 per head. 

Contact John Bullough or any Leigh Rotarian for further details.


NEW ROTARY MEMBERWe are pleased to welcome our new member, Keith Woodward who joined our club in September 2019. Keith worked in Local Government and will be a valuable member as he already has several years experience as a member of another club where he received the prestigious Paul Harris Fellowship Award.



At our lunchtime meeting in September, Karen Little from the Willow Project told us about the Willow Young People’s Counselling Service. This project supports vulnerable young people in Leigh and district that have various emotional needs, by giving one to one counselling. They rely on donations to keep the charity open and as the work they do is really needed in our community, the Willow Project has become the main organization that Leigh Rotary are supporting this year. Leigh’s President Alan Smallshaw was pleased to present a cheque for £5000 to Karen for this vital work.




In September we held a display of Aquabox and Shelterbox in the Spinning Gate shopping centre. This gave us the opportunity to show how these Rotary organisations respond to worldwide disasters.

Aquabox started when a Rotarian invented a water filter, which has continually been developed into a portable system turning dirty water to pure drinking water without the need for chemicals. The smallest filters only cost £25 and are usually supplied along with the Aid Box containing Shelter Materials; Tools; Bedding; Cooking Utensils; Baby & Children’s Clothing etc. The Aquabox only costs £150.

Shelterbox is another Rotary organization whose teams work with disaster-hit families around the world, offering emergency shelter and other essential items to support them in rebuilding their lives. Each Shelterbox can support a family of 10 with a tent; blankets, cooking utensils; tools etc. 

The Rotary Club of Leigh has just funded an Aquabox and a Shelterbox. These are stored in locations around the world, ready for urgent use, so our contributions will fill gaps left by boxes that have just been used.



Leigh Rotary’s Past President, Barrie Coates has taken on an important role as the 18th Ambassador for Rotary Aquabox. 

Since its formation in 1992, Aquabox has sent more than 110,000 aid boxes to more than 50 countries around the world, helping hundreds of thousands of people in times of crisis. As well as a water-filtration unit, each Aquabox contains a variety of humanitarian aid items, including cooking utensils, hygiene equipment, tools, shelter materials, baby and children's clothing and educational items.

Aquabox rely entirely on donations and the fundraising activities of their supporters and Barrie will be representing Aquabox to Rotary Clubs and other supporters across the North-West, significantly strengthening the presence of this very important charity, in bringing clean water and aid to anywhere in the world when disasters strike.

As this newsletter was ready to send, Barrie came back from an International Meeting where he agreed to take on the complimentary role as District Rep for SHELTERBOX.




Dear Mr Cheesman,

Year 5 would like to thank yourself and the Rotary Club for generously arranging for our trip to Petty Pool today. The children had a wonderful time and had some brilliant opportunities to develop their team building skills, confidence and resilience! It was a shame you weren't able to accompany us, however, we're going to be doing some blogging about the day so I will send you a link. There's also some photo's to go up on twitter this evening. 

Thank you again,  - Miss Vaughan (and all of Year 5) LEIGH CENTRAL

PHOTO BELOW: - Rotakids at Petty Pool



The old year has ended and the new Rotary year began on 1stJuly. Frank Bowker has been Leigh’s President 3 times since 2010, the only one to hold that position more than two times. Alan Smallshaw, who joined the club almost 16 years ago, has taken over the role as President, with John Bullough as Vice-President. It is also pleasing to be in a situation where we also have a Second Vice President in Andre Winstanley, assuring continuity of leadership for the next 3 years.

Photo: L to R: V.P. John Bullough; President Alan Smallshaw; Past President Frank Bowker

Rotary Helps the NHS

An initiative by Leigh & Wigan Rotary Clubs, the NHS and Wigan Council has been declared a roaring success! Lots of people have found it difficult to return Hospital Equipment after they have finished using it, even when it still looks brand new. That recently changed as Wigan Council established a department that can clean, repair and refurbish Crutches, Zimmer Frames, Perching Stools, Commodes, Wheelchairs and other items.

Following a successful collection of surplus equipment last year, Leigh & Wigan Rotary Clubs staged another event last weekend saving the NHS around £2500. 

Following a collection at the Tesco store, Leigh Rotary’s President Frank Bowker said, “This was a terrific community project, saving money for the local Hospital Trust. Lots of people turned up with Zimmer and Walking frames, Crutches, Bed Frames and many other items. We were pleased to receive many nice comments about this initiative and would like to thank the general public and Leigh Tesco for their support.” In a co-ordinated effort, a similar collection was made by the Wigan Rotary Club at Sunshine House in Wigan.

Let the Children Speak

Speaking in public scares the life out of most people, but imagine having to do it when you are under 12 years old to an audience of over a hundred people! That is what youngsters had to face at Leigh Rotary Club’s “Let the Children Speak” event. 

Ten local schools took part with 26 pupils speaking for 5 minutes on a very wide range of topics of their own choice, ranging from Animals and Sports to very grown-up subjects like Greek Mythology; Ocean Pollution; the Mariana Trench and “Should We Treat Politicians Better?”

Rugby League personality and Rotary member John Stringer acted as MC and after Rotary President Frank Bowker had presented each child with a trophy, he said, “The youngsters who entered this event should be particularly proud, as they had chosen to speak on some difficult subjects, which they presented clearly and kept the audience interested.” He then thanked the teaching staff, parents and pupils and the Directors of Leigh Masonic Hall for allowing the use of their facilities.

The participating schools were from the Leigh Excellence Cluster and included Newton West Park, Westleigh Methodists, Leigh C of E, Bickershaw, Sacred Heart, Leigh St Gabriels/ Higher Folds, XII Apostles, Lowton St Mary’s, Leigh Central and Leigh St Mary’s.

Do you want to join Philip Shepherd in making a difference? 

Phil is raising money as a Friend of The Rotary Club of Leigh in aid of True Colours, who provide support for children and adults with autism, learning disabilities and mental health issues from Leigh and District.

Phil is hoping to raise £1,000 to help fund accessible equipment for True Colours, which will help people with autism and learning disabilities to develop and build their independent living skills – and YOU CAN HELP by giving a donation via the funding websitehttps://www.gofundme.com/PhilShepherdLEJOG

Phil will be covering all the costs of our adventure ie. transport, equipment, accommodation, food and drink, etc. Every penny donated to Leigh Rotary Club, plus any Gift Aid reclaimed will go to True Colours.

He says, “My wife, Heather and daughter, Ella will be my support team. However, they will be doing the journey by car, then meeting me at our campsite or B&B at the end of each day. They will be having some lovely days out while I get a sore bottom! Although Heather will contend that her job is just as hard as mine as she will be pitching up and packing up most days!”

Philip says tells of his crazy reasons for doing this ...

“After running/hobbling the Manchester Marathon in 2016, and injuring myself in the process I vowed that my next big challenge would be by bike. 3 years later, and well into my training, I am realising that cycling from one end of the country to the other is going to be just as hard – physically, mentally and logistically! Over 14 days cycling I will be covering over 1,000 miles through England, Wales and Scotland, taking in some amazing scenery and some scary looking hills.”

Thank you to everyone who helps with sponsorship by donating to such a worthwhile cause. Further details of True Colours can be found on their website: http://www.truecolourscic.co.uk/our-community/


The Rotary Ride Against Prostate Cancer

The annual Rotary Bike Ride was held in June in aid of Prostate Cancer UK. The party consisted of riders from the Rotary Clubs of Astley and Leigh, as well as prospective members and guests. The 21 riders enjoyed the 10 miles return ride, across Chat Moss, from the Lancashire Mining Museum at Astley Green, to Irlam Railway Station for a leisurely refreshments stop before returning to the Museum just as the rain started. David Jones and family took part along with Roy Edmondson and raised £280 plus Gift Aid for this worthwhile charity.


The Polio eradication programme in Pakistan was in the news for all the wrong reasons. On 22nd April a hospital in Peshawar was set on fire after children allegedly fell ill after being vaccinated. Then two police officers guarding inoculation staff were killed and on 25th a polio worker was killed, bringing to 90 the number of polio helpers killed since 2012 in Pakistan – all through ignorance and mis-information. Operations have now been suspended for Ramadan and the government has urged Facebook to remove harmful polio related messages which are hindering the campaign, particularly those alleging loss of fertility. This year there have been 18 cases of wild polio in Pakistan and Afghanistan, and 9 vaccine derived cases in Nigeria, DRC and Somalia. Please support 2 Rotary events – in October we intend to have a presentation at a restaurant in Culcheth and next February we will have a bike ride and collection in Tesco. 

We need to work even harder to succeed totally. 

The world cannot afford to lose the war on polio



Past President Dave Jones and his wife Margaret joined Rotarians from 45 Rotary Clubs in our district, to help pack over 60,000 meals at an event held by Glossop Rotary Club. 

The meals are destined for Africa where malnutrition and starvation are rife. Packs of six meals will be delivered to schools to ensure that children attend school, especially girls. Supplies of food are provided for a pupil's entire time in school ensuring that they receive a full education and benefit in the long term and in many cases this helps to create self-sustaining communities.

The meals consist of rice, lentils, soya and a vitamin pack providing all the essential nutrition in one meal. The crucial vitamin sachets are bought from Kraft Heinz and our partners, ‘Rise Against Hunger’ provide the logistics. Rotary in the UK have provided almost 500,000 meals in the past 3 years!


Come and enjoy a night of fine music and hilarity as Bram and guests entertain us with a wide range of ballads and folk music, interspersed with amusing tales.

Bram Taylor is a local lad who has gained a well-deserved international reputation after enthralling fans with his fine baritone voice in Europe,the USA and Canada where he appeared alongside Don McLean, Gordon Lightfoot, The Proclaimers and Buffy-Sainte Marie. He will be joined by two excellent musicians – Dave Howard from the Oldham Tinkers and BBC TV studio director Nick Peake.

Tickets for this international artist are just £10, available from any Rotary Member. More information below: -


Rotary’s International campaign to rid the world of the dreaded Polio disease benefited from the collection held at TESCO Leigh on Saturday 16th April.

Six cyclists pedaled all day to attract attention and the generous customers donated £372, which will be increased to £1072 by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, who are backing the Rotary “End Polio Now” campaign.

Since this was started in 1985, the 125 countries which had Polio cases is now down to just 2 countries – Afghanistan with 21 cases in 2018 and Pakistan with just 12.

Our thanks are extended to Tesco for enabling us to make this collection and the cyclists who helped on the day – and, of course, the generous customers. Together we can defeat Polio – we are getting close!

Santa’s Record Christmas Collection

 Santa Claus has taken time from his busy day to write a letter to say to everyone from Leigh and Lowton, a very big “Thank You” for kindly donating an amazing amount of over £15000 to Leigh Rotary Club’s charity fund raising.

In his letter, Santa wrote, “What another incredible Christmas Collection this has been! Thousands of children and adults came out to meet me and have their photographs taken, even in freezing weather and cold rain. Some children had been saving their change throughout the year and gave me bags full of money (and a few mince pies!)”

Leigh Rotary’s President Frank Bowker said, ”The pleasure on children’s faces during our collections made all our efforts really worthwhile. Touring the streets with the Santa Sleigh brought so much joy to children and their parents. 

“The amount raised was tremendous and set a new record - what amazing people we have in our town! The funds we collected will be put to good use for worthwhile causes such as youth groups, community organisations and other deserving causes. 

We were blessed with lots of helpers this year and we must say a very special thank-you to everyone who volunteered to brave the cold and to tow the sleigh using their private vehicles. The Rotary Club of Leigh would like to thank Bents, Asda, Morrisons and Tesco for allowing collections on their premises, along with Jim Stones Buses for looking after our Sleigh through the year. We could not have managed without everybody’s help – but most of all, thanks to the wonderful people of Leigh & Lowton for their generosity.”

Above: Santa with some of the thousands of children who came out to see him.



Santa Claus managed to get away from his busy day of present making, to call in at a children’s party to personally hand out his gifts.

Children from various areas around Leigh were treated to a Christmas party by the Rotary Club of Leigh and were enjoying fun and games when Santa arrived. The 45 youngsters had spent the afternoon dancing, eating and playing games and were delighted to receive presents from a very jolly Father Christmas. Later they were treated to a meal then received some presents to take home.

Rotary Vice-President, Alan Smallshaw said, “The children declared this to be a fantastic party and we were so pleased at how well-behaved and appreciative the children were. The smiles on their faces told the whole story!”

The Rotary Club are grateful to the directors of the Masonic Hall for their kindness in allowing use of their facilities and to caterer ‘Marks with Splendour’ for providing the food.


The first of July is the beginning of the year for Rotary Clubs throughout the world and the Rotary Club of Leigh welcomed their new President, Frank Bowker, with Alan Smallshaw becoming Vice-President.

Frank is not a newcomer to the job as this is his third time in the role. Last year’s President, Brian Mills handed over the chain of office saying, “We know that we’ll be in safe hands with Frank in charge as he has tremendous experience at running the Club and we look forward to another good year under his guidance.”

After accepting his new responsibilities, President Frank commented, “I would like to express my congratulations to our retiring President for such a successful and busy year. In the year ahead we will continue with our involvement in various Community projects and in helping charitable causes. We will also continue to enjoy social events and good fellowship”

The Rotary Club of Leigh is always happy to hear from any groups in the area who have a project that we may be able to support. We would also like to hear from anyone interested in joining Rotary or in helping with any of our events.


What a great time everyone had at Leigh Rotary’s Hog Roast - a beautiful summers day and a fantastic location at Rob & Jeanette Dyson’s garden made it a memorable occasion.

The event started with visitors watching England beat Sweden 2-0, followed by roasted hog served on barm cakes and finishing with apple pie. Everyone was well entertained by members of the Wigan Ukulele Club and the tombola stall was a big success.

The event was used to raise funds for Willow Young People’s Counselling Service, who supports vulnerable young people in Leigh and district that have various emotional needs, by giving one to one counselling. 

Guests enjoy a sunny day at the Hog roast


Even established professionals can find that speaking in public can be a nerve-wracking experience, but when you are under 12 years old, speaking to an audience of seventy people becomes a massive challenge! That is what youngsters had to face at Leigh Rotary Club’s “Let the Children Speak” event.

Pupils from eight local schools took part with 20 pupils speaking for 5 minutes on a very wide variety of topics of their own choice, ranging from “Endangered Animals” and “How to Look After Dogs”, to “Animation” and “Football”.

Rugby League personality and Rotary member John Stringer acted as MC and Rotary President Brian Mills summed up the event, saying, “The youngsters were amazing - speaking clearly and with confidence on interesting subjects and this will really benefit them in their future schooling, careers and personal life. Parents and teachers must be very proud of the youngsters achievements.” Thanks were extended to Sheenagh Newton, Head of XII Apostles, for organising the participating schools and to the Directors of the Leigh Masonic Hall for allowing the use of their facilities.

Each child was presented with a commemorative trophy. Schools that entered speakers were Newton West Park, Westleigh Methodists, Leigh C of E, Bickershaw, Sacred Heart, Leigh St Gabriels, St Josephs and XII Apostles.


A group of 21 Members and ladies enjoyed a lovely lunch at Alberts (on the East Lancs Rd) before we moved on to the BBC Studios for a most enlightening tour. First we assembled in the “Green Room” then saw the radio presenter’s studio, with hundreds of knobs and dials to play with, whilst on the other side of the glass screen, radio presenters Mark Radcliffe and Stuart Maconie were broadcasting their live programme.

After visiting the main studio for A Question of Sport and other sports programmes, we passed through the main hall, where we caught a glimpse of various broadcasters including Dave Guest, Kevin Fitzpatrick, Roger Johnson and Annabel Tiffin.

Finally after spending some time in the studio where the Breakfast News programme is screened, we sat in the Newsround studio where Elaine Brogden and Rob Garner tried their hand as presenters and Frank Bowker demonstrated his skills as a weather presenter using the “green screen.”

What a wonderful day and a great social time together.



Once again we have Rotarian Dave Jones to thank for organizing a Bird & Nature Watch at Pennington Flash, attended by 8 members and friends, escorted around the hides by members of the Leigh Ornithological Society, on a beautiful sunny day. We now know what a Chiff Chaff and a Reed Warbler sound like and can identify a Great Crested Grebe, Lapwing, Oyster Catcher and even a Wigeon (no, not a Pigeon!)

We also rescued a very rare species from a pond – a Morrison’s Trolley!

Following our expedition, 11 of us enjoyed lunch and the odd beer at the Robin Hood. Thanks to the Leigh Ornithological Society for making the day so enjoyable.


We were very pleased to have 2 new members join Leigh Rotary Club in March. We got to know Pete Nugent when he helped us with the Santa Collection and the Crocus planting. He enjoyed our trip to the Fire Station recalling his life as a Firefighter in London, commuting weekly from his home in Pennington, where he lives with his wife Jen.
Mike Norris joined at the end of March having attended several meetings after giving us valuable help by towing the Santa Float with his 4x4 vehicle. Mike lives with his wife Roberta near Gilded Hollins and has an interesting hobby with his rather large model trains.


Leigh Rotary members have had a busy time gardening over the last few months.

In April we obtained 105 tree saplings for Rotary’s project to plant 35000 trees - one for every Rotarian in the UK. The saplings were obtained free of charge from the Woodland Trust and were planted in Lilford Park, in co-operation with the Leigh Ornithological Society. The local “Green Team” joined in to plant some trees and “Friends of Lilford Park” surprised us by barbecuing sausages and treating the volunteer planters to hot dogs and drinks.

The following photos show the volunteers ready for action.


Last October, Leigh Rotarians planted purple crocuses in support of Rotary International’s “End Polio Now” campaign to rid the world of the terrible Polio disease. Rotary has helped to immunise over 2.5 Billion children since 1985 and we are now very close to eradicating this disease.

The crocuses, planted at the side of Spinning Gate have bloomed to spell out our message, as the photo shows:

We would like to thank everyone who assisted or attended our race night, it raised £1100 for charity.


Another event at Tesco Leigh – our Bike Ride for Rotary International’s “End Polio Now” campaign took place on Saturday 24th February, with cyclists from the club including Dave Jones, Stuart Forshaw, Alan Smallshaw & John Bullough all breaking into a sweat! We were well supported with other cyclists from the Rugby Union club and member’s friends. The collection raised £338 and Microsoft founder Bill Gates will add a twice that amount to make it up to £1014.

This will be used to immunize children in Afghanistan & Pakistan, which are the 2 remaining countries in the world where this disease has still not been eradicated. Polio is a crippling and potentially fatal infectious disease, which Rotary has been working hard to eradicate globally since 1985 when there were 125 polio endemic countries. Rotary has helped to immunise over 2.5 billion children globally since then and Polio cases across the world have reduced by 99.9% from 350,000 cases in 1988 to just 17 in 2017. No cases have been reported yet in 2018, but it only takes one infected person to jump on a flight to the UK, to bring this terrible disease back to the UK.

That’s why Rotarians, governments, non-governmental organisations and the public are working together to raise the additional £1 billion needed to eradicate polio for good. Together we can beat polio.

 Leigh Rotary Helps the NHS

An initiative by Rotary Clubs in the “Wigan 7” area has been declared a roaring success!

Many people have been astonished that they have not been able to return Hospital Equipment after they have finished using it, even when it still looks brand new. That has recently changed as Wigan Council now has a department that can clean, repair and refurbish Crutches, Zimmer Frames, Perching Stools, Commodes, and Wheelchairs etc.

The problem is that facilities didn’t exist for collecting such equipment, which has accumulated in people’s houses over many years, so local Rotary Clubs stepped in to organise a collection of surplus equipment on Sunday, 18th February.

After the collection at the Tesco store in Leigh, Rotary Club President Brian Mills said, “This was a terrific community project, saving money for the local Hospital Trust. It was a win-win situation where people could create some more space at home and at the same time give the hospital the opportunity to refurbish and recycle surplus equipment. More than 150 items were collected, including 89 Crutches and Walking sticks, 30 Zimmer and Walking frames, 21 Washing and Toilet aids and 4 Wheelchairs, with some being brought from as far away as St Helens and Horwich. We would like to thank the general public and Leigh Tesco for their support.”

In a co-ordinated effort, similar collections were made by the Rotary Clubs of Tyldesley and Atherton, Astley, Wigan and Ashton-in-Makerfield. 


New Member – Rotary Club of Leigh

At Monday’s meeting on 8th January, we had the pleasure of introducing Geoff Melling as a new member.

Geoff has attended lots of recent meetings and other events and has helped out at the Santa collections. His membership will be an asset to the club.

The photo shows Geoff with his sponsor, Chris Stephenson and Club President, Brian Mills.

Santa’s Amazing Christmas Collection

Father Christmas has sent a letter to say a massive “Thank You” to everyone from Leigh and Lowton who kindly donated an amazing amount of just over £14000 to Leigh Rotary Club’s charity fund raising.
Santa wrote to say, “What another incredible Christmas Collection this has been! Thousands of children and adults came out to meet me and have their photographs taken, sometimes braving freezing weather, a bit of snow and some very cold rain. Some children had been saving their change throughout the year and gave me bags full of money (and a few mince pies!)”
Leigh Rotary’s President Brian Mills said, ” I cannot describe the amount of pleasure seen on the children’s faces, (and their mums and dads) during our collections and this alone made the effort really worthwhile.
“The amount raised was tremendous - what amazing people we have in our town! The funds we collected will be put to good use for worthwhile causes such as youth organisations, the homeless and many local charities. The Rotary Club of Leigh would like to thank Bents, Asda, Morrisons and Tesco for allowing collections on their premises. This year we have had many extra volunteers who have helped with collecting and with towing the Sleigh. We could not have managed without their help, so we like to thank them also – but most of all, thanks to the wonderful people of Leigh & Lowton for their generosity.”

Youth Brass Band & Choir Concert

The Rotary Club of Leigh held their annual Charity Christmas Concert at Leigh Parish Church on 9th December, with a full church being entertained by the Wigan Youth Brass Band & Wigan Youth Choir.

Their programme included a wide range of tunes and songs, ranging from Slade’s Merry Christmas Everybody, to a James Bond Medley, interspersed with traditional Carols, which the audience sang with gusto.

The youngsters further demonstrated their musical talents with some test pieces and finished with the Snow Waltz, “Schneewaltzer”, with the audience and the band bobbing up and down to the Austrian melody.

The concert was attended by the Mayor and Mayoress, Bill Clarke and his wife Joan, along with Leigh MP Jo Platt. They remarked on the amount of young musical talent we have in the area and praised the band and choir for their wonderful performance.


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