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Rotary Wigan - welcome! Please scroll/swipe down through this page to find out more about us, in addition to the pages linked in the menu, top-left.

Rotary Ride 2019


In a joint venture with Inspiring Healthy Lifestyle cyclists took to the track for Cancer Research

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Community Day 2019


Images from the Day

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New President takes the Helm


Wigan Rotary Club Presidential Handover

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Wigan Rotary Club Project to Return Hospital Eqipment


This is the second year the Rotary Clubs of Leigh and Wigan have combined to collect unwanted hospital equipment

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Friends of Rotary


Friends of Rotary Certificates presented to acknowledge the work that Metro Rod, Local Life and Westwood Motors do in supporting the work of Wigan Rotary Club in the Community.

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About us

DID YOU KNOW THAT?

Wigan Rotary Club was formed in 1924. The Club has around 50 members and this year’s President is John Wright. The club’s priority continues to be to provide support for local community and voluntary groups, however it does provide financial assistance to organisations involved in humanitarian work overseas.

WIGAN & LEIGH HOSPICE

Through the incredible support of the community, medical, religious, health and political bodies the Rotary Club raised £86,000 (today equivalent to over £500,000) to establish the first hospice in Poolstock. It opened in 1983.

AGE UK WIGAN BOROUGH

In 1995 three members of the Rotary Club formed Age Concern Wigan Borough (now renamed Age UK Wigan Borough) this provides a wide range of services for the elderly throughout the borough. It has offices in Market Street and Pennyhurst Mill Wigan and newly opened charity shop in Standishgate.

RUN 4 A LIFE

This 5Km fun run event started in 2004 held at the DW Stadium and in the ten years it ran raised the equivalent of £100,000 for men’s cancer research, in later years supporting the local Wigan charity Men Matters Appeal.

JUNIOR SPEAKS & YOUTH SPEAKS

This is a public speaking competition involving all the high schools and the majority of the junior schools in Wigan, and has grown in success over the last few years.

FATHER CHRISTMAS & HIS SLEIGH

December is the clubs major fund raising month when Santa and his sleigh tour the district. Thanks to the Wigan public’s generosity it raised over £12000 last December which will be donated to charities and voluntary organisations both locally and overseas

COMMUNITY DAY AND CONCERTS

Now firmly established in the summer programme the Community Day in Wigan town centre along with number of concerts and recitals 



                  

                                                              

Friends of Wigan Rotary Club ...

The Rotary Club of Wigan recognises members of the public and other organisations who work with the club in supporting the local community by giving them the opportunity to become a Friend of Rotary.

No membership fees are payable and our ‘Friends’ in partnership with Rotary make a difference by

    Contributing to helping their local Community

    Using their skills , experience and knowledge to benefit others

    Giving their time ,no matter how limited, to supporting local causes

‘Friends’ benefit by having the opportunity to

    Make new friends

    Take part in a safe and friendly environment

    Have fun whilst making a difference and helping raise money for good causes

If you would like to know more about how you could become involved with Wigan Rotary Club please contact us via the following options .


Contact Us :

Rotary Wigan                    

c/o 18 SPENCER ROAD WEST, WIGAN WN6 7HP

FOR ALL DONATIONS, ENQUIRIES AND FURTHER INFORMATION :

07813 471000 or wiganrotary1924@virginmedia.com

Happening soon...

Meetings and events happening soon

Thursday 29th August 12.30

Club meeting


Beverley Cooper- 'In my Father's footsteps'

Thursday 5th September 19.00 -

Club Assembly


6.30pm for 7.00pm £15

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Rotary News

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.

Family Rotary club use skills to kick-start local charities


Rotary members unite to tackle world hunger



Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Thursdays at 12:30
The Owls, Rectory Lane, Standish WN6 0XD

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