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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Latest polio news:

Only one recent case reported.  So far this year the total is 22 in the world.  21 in Pakistan and 1 in Afganistan (close to the Pakistan border).


Rotary Youth Leadership Award 29 August - 5 September at Grafham Water

RYLA events are for young people who are about to start their working lives or to enter higher education and who have shown leadership potential and are likely, as adults, to become future leaders.

Students are put into mixed groups of complementary ability where they can take part in outdoor activities.  They are placed in challenging situations to help develop leadership and team bonding skills and to increase personal confidence.

If you know of someone who you think could benefit or an organisation that may be interested in collaborating with RYLA please email Rotarian Anne St Ives at 

The photos are from last year's event.

Rotary supports the Shelterbox initiative for disaster relief in Nepal. If you would like to make a donation or just find out more about Shelterbox then please click on the link below to visit their website:

 Note that Cambridge Club Members should donate via the Club Treasurer.

Another new member joins us

Susan C Brenchley

Sue is a chartered Fellow of the CIPD, and spent some 22 years living and working in central London for the Ministry of Defence. Having worked in central policy divisions for most of that time Sue specialised in HR for several years and was posted to Brampton in 1996 to head up an HR Team. She subsequently led the HR team at Wyton and decided to leave the Civil Service in 2007 to pursue her career in private industry, which she now does in the HR field. She currently lives in Godmanchester and is a local magistrate. Her interests include reading, DIY, crafts and travelling.

Sue Dougan of Radio Cambridgeshire recently interviewed our President to find out what our Club is doing this year

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In the next 30 days...

Professor Serena Best - 'Material Science and Tissue Repair' Host - John Barrett, Cashier - Tony O'Mara, Reception - John Mott & Rosemary Turner, Projection - Anne St Ives read more »
Council Meeting at CUP, Shaftesbury Rd. All club members are welcome
Open Fellowship Meeting of the Club All members welcome including guests and visiting Rotarians Cashier - Charles Fraser
Club Assembly Host - James Taylor, Cashier - Joshua Vanneck, Reception - Jim Stewart & Jenny Shaw, Projection - Morris Chudleigh read more »
A day at Wimpole Hall with special needs children read more »
In the bar unless we can find somewhere quieter
Richard Gould - 'Villiers Park' Host - Johnnie Sam, Cashier - Alan Freeman, Reception - Patsy Glazebrook & Rosemary Turner, Projection - Anne St Ives read more »
Mock interviews with students of the Leys School and dinner afterwards. Contact: Anne St Ives
RYLA graduates from 2014 speak of their experiences Host - John Holroyd, Cashier - Richard Summerfield, Reception - Graham Sanderson & David Salisbury, Projection - Robert Ransom read more »

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