Rotary Club of Douglas - 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.
House & Social
House & Social Committee organises events and speakers and other important functions.details
Foundation Committee is involved with Rotary's own Charity and is largely a fund raising body for which it organises events throughout the year such as the annual Quiz Night and summer BBQ.details
Membership Committee has responsibility for all aspects of membership, from recruitment, approval of new members, attendance, payment of annual dues etc.details
The Webmaster maintains the Club's website at www.douglasrotary.org ensuring that information about the Club is current and useful.details
Community Service Committee is involved in several major Club initiatives such as organising the annual Charity Night and the Rudolph visits at Christmas.details
Welcome to the website for the Rotary Club of Douglas, Isle of Man. We are the longest established and largest of the five Rotary Clubs on the beautiful Isle of Man and play an active and important part in the strong community life of Douglas and the wider island. By clicking on the topics above you will get a taste of the types of events with which our Rotarians involve themselves. Although we are serious in our endeavours we are also determined that we have fun in whatever we do. If you would be interested in learning more about what Rotary does and perhaps becoming a part of the family of more than 1,000,000 Rotarians around the world, please contact us using the Join Rotary button above. We would be delighted to have you join us.
Meetings and events happening soon
Thursday 21st September 17.30
Visit to Crogga
The postponed visit to Crogga has now been re-scheduled as long as the weather is good! Miniature trains, boats, Prosecco and nibbles and all for £10! Book quickly.
Wednesday 27th September 13.00
International Lunch Meeting
Tuesday 3rd October 18.00
Wednesday 4th October 13.00
Lunch - Business Meeting
Committee Chairmen will today present their monthly reports to Members following the previous evening's Council Meeting.
Wednesday 11th October 13.00
Wednesday 18th October 13.00
Lunch Meeting & World Polio Day
Today's lunch will focus on Rotary's End Polio Now campaign.
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Meetings & Venue
Where and when:
From January 2016 until further notice we shall be meeting at Haworth's Restaurant, Regency Hotel, Queen's Promenade, Douglas. IM2 4NN