Serving the Cambridge community since 1922, the Rotary Club of Cambridge is a mix of business people, entrepreneurs and professionals making connections whilst working for local and international community projects.

 

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If you are a visting Rotarian you are welcome to come and see us for lunch on Tuesdays.

 

Coming soon!

On Tuesday 3 February our Club will be hosting this year's Technology Tournament at Freemason's Hall in Cambridge.

Teams from schools throughout the region will be pitting their wits to come up with original designs to meet the parameters of the competition this time.

A panel of judges will then deliberate to find the champions!

 

 

 

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In the next 30 days...

Technology Tournament Young people will pit their wits in an attempt to come up with fresh technology concepts followed by a buffet lunch only for those who have booked in/out read more »
There will not be a normal meeting but a buffet lunch will be provided after the Technology Tournament. Normal meeting so apologies necessary - buffet lunch at Free Masons Hall - see 'read more...' Cashier - Paul Henry, Reception - John Brady read more »
Council Meeting at CUP, Shaftesbury Rd. All club members are welcome
Open Fellowship Meeting of the Club Cashier - Charles Fraser All welcome including Visiting Rotarians and Guests of Members but seven days notice required
Professor Susan South - "All you ever need to know about the housing crisis" Host - John Grieve, Cashier - Joshua Vanneck, Reception - David Ball & Jim Stewart, Projection - Nigel Neville read more »
Business meeting Host - Francis Hookham, Cashier - David Spreadbury, Reception - John Martin & David Salisbury, Projection - Morris Chudleigh read more »
No meeting as there is a Four Clubs' meeting on 26 February read more »
The Four Clubs' Dinner, hosted by the Cambridge Rutherford club, is to be held in The Old Hall at Queens' College at 1915hrs. Speaker Sir George Bull - "The Perils of Drink!" Click 'read more...' for details read more »

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