Serving the people of Westhoughton for 68 years>


President Steve Harrington welcomes you to the Rotary Club of Westhoughton.

We are a friendly, welcoming club which is very active in many aspects of our local community, from events and competitions for young people to our annual St. George's party for senior citizens. We are best known for helping Santa to tour around the streets of Westhoughton for a couple of weeks before Christmas.

We look forward to an opportunity to meet you soon in our town. and now - welcome to our site!

Please see our photo galleries of our many events that celebrate our service to our local community and browse our meetings and events diary

We meet at "Brookfield" at the far end of Peel Street, Westhoughton
every Thursday evening at 7:00 for 7:30 pm.

Please do come and join us one evening soon.


Rotarian Harold Daniels,  M.B.E.

Harold’s recent death shocked and saddened not only Westhoughton Rotarians but also a very wide range of local people. He was a warm and caring man who always had time to help others.

We remember him as an active and cheerfully hardworking leader of Westhoughton Rotary Club; at the heart of everything.

He was an inspiration to us all but, much more than that, a kind and supportive friend.

Always an active member since he joined in 1990, he served as President

in our Golden Jubilee year, 1998-99.



If speakers and visitors wish to contact the club to confirm arrangements, please use the "Contact" link above.





Meeting Information...

We meet on Thursdays at 19:00 for 19:30 'Brookfield', Peel Street, Westhoughton, BL5 3SP tel: 01942 813125

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In the next 30 days...

The Rotary Club Celebration Dinner of 68 years service to the community. Visitors welcome. Contact us to book.
Stuart Sawle - District Membership Chairman will speak on membership.
Speaking competition for senior school children. Each team consists of a speaker, Chairman and Vote of Thanks who have to speak on any subject of their choosing against strict time limits.