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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French trip to the Maconnais and Hermitage




23 of us enjoyed a splendid tour of the local vineyards and Cluny Abbey in perfect weather at the end of May.

Our trip ended with a wonderful dinner (Burgundian snails as a starter of course!) with representatives from the Rotary Club of Macon.

Group leader Rotarian Edward Thackray, pictured here with Frédérique Steurer (President Elect) and Raymond Gunn (Secretary) of the Rotary Club of Macon, commented "This was the ninth trip to France and Italy that we have made and not one of us really wanted to come home so soon!"

We were presented with two magnums of Chateau Fuissé Tete de Cru Pouilly-Fuissé 2014 in their original wooden cases for our auction of promises on 26th September 2014.

See below for details of the Auction of Promises for Syrian children and families.

 



 

becomes our media partner for our major fundraising drive for 

Syrian refugees 

Pictured Chris Elliott, Chief Reporter with Rotarian Tony O'Mara who is leading the project for us - more details below



Another new member joins us this year




Welcome to Julie Hogg who was inducted on 3 May and who brings our total up to four new members in 2016.

Julie is Head of Development and Fundraising at St Mary’s School in Cambridge.

She has been heavily involved in rowing as a cox with a number of distinguished rowing

clubs and national teams at regattas around the world, and is a member of the Stewards

Enclosure at Henley Royal Regatta.

She read history and education at Homerton and then an MPhil at Kings College.

In education, she has been a teacher and boarding housemistress.

She has known about Rotary since growing up in Wadhurst where Rotary was very active.



Calling local businesses

Rotarian Paul Henry (pjhenry@waitrose.com) is looking for support for the participation we provide for:

Kids Out Day

This will happen in June at Wimpole Hall.  Marquees and tents will be erected and entertainment organised plus ice cream and packed lunches!

750 Rotary Clubs across the country give a fun day to 27,000 disadvantaged children.

Please contact Paul to find out how you can help.







Cambridge News April 21

"Rotarians in sale bid to aid refugees

Rotary Club members in Cambridge are doing their bit to help Syrian refugees - backed by Jeffrey Archer.

Members of Cambridge Rotary are planning a charity auction to raise money for displaced families.

Lord Archer of Grantchester is an accomplished auctioneer, who has given his support to many similar events in the past, and he will run the sale, which is scheduled for September.

The money raised will be used to provide vital aid for refugeees such as medical equipment and water filters.

Graham Sanderson, president of the Rotary Club of Cambridge said "Due to the plight of these refugees, Rotary feels that we should be doing something to help".

Please see the Cambridge News for more........



End polio now...

 Another child is vaccinated

We are this close

Although polio has not been seen in Great Britain and Ireland for many years, it is vital that we continue our efforts to eliminate the disease worldwide in order that it can never return. 

Rotary clubs all over Great Britain and Ireland are inviting schools and youth groups such as brownies and cubs to participate in a new initiative, GROW YOUR OWN CROCUS. The initiative is designed to educate youngsters about the devastating disease of polio and how Rotary is working to eradicate it from the world.

The purple crocus is the symbol or Rotary’s worldwide campaign to eradicate polio and is the focus of this project.

Click on "How to contact us" above for more information.




 

 

Members of the Rotary Club of Cambridge enjoy their Spring Walk ending at the "Plough" at Coton!



                 


Advantages of Rotary Membership

Rotary is a membership organisation open to men and women.

We like to ensure that the membership of our Club is as representative as possible of the Cambridge business and professional community.

It provides the opportunity for busy people to get to know a broad spectrum of local people who perhaps they would not otherwise meet.

During his presidential year, one of our members gave his view on why he was a Rotarian. Click the following link 'Why I am a Rotarian' to read what he said.


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A tour of up to 25 people has been arranged - the charge will be £5 per head and a there will be circulating list nearer the time.
Eleanor Carne - "North India community project" and Patsy Glazebrook - "Half a century of nursing" Host-Robert Burgin, Cashier-Joshua Vanneck, Reception-Edward Thackray, Equipment-Sue Brenchley, Projection-Morris Chudleigh read more »
Committee meeting to be held at the Gonville Hotel at 1200hrs
Philip James and Francis Hookham discussing The Building Industry - Past and Present Host-John Mott, Cashier-John Parry, Reception-Jim Stewart, Equipment-Sally Stewart, Projection-Anne St Ives read more »
James Holden - "The Story of MAGPAS" Host-Colin Greenhalgh, Cashier-Tony O'Mara, Reception-Peter Pugh, Equipment-John Martin, Projection-Nigel Neville read more »
Rotary invites members of the public to join our members in a range of cycle rides for all ages and abilities. Click 'read more...' for details read more »
Professor Caroline Humphrey - "Events on the Sino-Russia border" Host-John Grieve, Cashier-Paul Henry, Reception-Patsy Glazebrook, Equipment-Chris Senior, Projection-Jo Chan read more »

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at the Gonville Hotel, Cambridge. Times vary so see the Programme for time and details. 7 days notice please by clicking the link in the meeting 'read more', or use the homepage 'How to contact us' or 'Visiting Rotarian' button to email. We meet on Tuesdays at at the Gonville Hotel, Cambridge. Times vary so see the Programme for time and details. 7 days notice please by clicking the link in the meeting 'read more', or use the homepage 'How to contact us' or 'Visiting Rotarian' button to email.

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