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Some of the things that we do


Madi Vorva, one of two Rotary Scholars being hosted by the Rotary Club of Cambridge visited us recently.

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What is our Club all about?


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A very special Christmas event at Gt St Mary's Church


Carol Concert for the homeless and the Arthur Rank Hospice

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About us

"Making connections whilst working for local and international community projects."


 
 


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for the Rotary Club of Cambridge Carol Concert on 10 December.  Full details are given above.


Another new member joins us.

Jonathan Barker, Retired Company Secretary of the Marshall Group is inducted by Rotary Club of Cambridge Club President, John Martin.




The David Parr House Project

Behind an ordinary fa├žade in an unprepossessing terrace house in Gwydir Street an artistic treasure lay unsuspected for nearly a century, until Tamsin Wimhurst came to interview an old lady in 2009. Before Elsie Palmer had come to the house in 1927, the house had belonged to David Parr, who worked with the nationally renowned builders Frederick Leach and the designer William Morris. Parr, a not-so-ordinary Cambridge workman, had decorated the whole of his house with designs that would be used in colleges, churches and stately homes.

A Heritage Lottery grant has enabled a trust to undertake the complete conservation of this remarkable art work in a nineteenth century workman’s house.

Tamsin spoke on 9th October to the Rotary Club of Cambridge about the conservation work being undertaken and the fascinating stories that have been revealed.

This remarkable house will open to the public next May.





Jointly sponsor the Rotary Young Photographer Competition.

      


The theme will be "Beauty of Nature"

Keep in touch for further details.





  This year's

   Sue Marchant of     Radio Cambridgeshire covered RYLA in September    

If you missed the show please listen to it by clicking here.



New members join us over the past year....


       

More about our Club

We meet every Tuesday, mainly for lunch, but once a month for breakfast and also for an evening meal, at the Gonville Hotel Cambridge.

If you are interested in finding out how to join us please email our Club Secretary cambridgerotaryuk@gmail.com

     



Happening soon...

Meetings and events happening soon

Evening meeting at the Gonville Hotel

Tuesday 30th October 19.00 -

Evening meeting at the Gonville Hotel


High Sheriff of Cambridgeshire, Dr Andy Harter and his wife, Lily Bacon Deputy Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire
Host - David Ball; Cashier - Joshua Vanneck; Reception - Anne St Ives ; Equipment/projection - Graeme Minto

Lunch meeting at the Gonville Hotel

Tuesday 6th November 13.00 -

Lunch meeting at the Gonville Hotel


Cambridge Water Company - speaker and subject TBA
Host - David Spreadbury; Cashier - Dee Hutley; Reception - Jenny Shaw; Equipment/projection - Robert Ransom

Tuesday 6th November 18.00 - (members only)

Council meeting


Tuesday 6th November 18.00 - (members only)

Council meeting


Tuesday 13th November 07.30 -

Monthly Breakfast Meeting at the Gonville Hotel


Cashier - Anthony Nix

Tuesday 13th November 13.00 -

Lunch meeting at the Gonville Hotel


Meeting details TBA
Host - Jim Stewart; Cashier - Sally Stewart; Reception - Jenny Chapman-Hay; Equipment/projection - Morris Chudleigh

Tuesday 20th November 12.00 - (members only)

Administration Committee meeting


Tuesday 20th November 13.00 -

Lunch meeting at the Gonville Hotel


Frugal lunch and Business Meeting - members only
Host - Julian Landy; Cashier - John Parry; Reception - Edward Coe; Equipment/projection - Andrew Priest

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Rotary News

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Family Rotary club use skills to kick-start local charities


Rotary members unite to tackle world hunger



Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

at the Gonville Hotel, Cambridge. Times vary so see the Programme for time and details. Please give notice of intention to attend <b>before noon on the Friday</b> before the meeting by phoning Coulson Reception on 01223 423800 We meet on Tuesdays at
at the Gonville Hotel, Cambridge. Times vary so see the Programme for time and details. Please give notice of intention to attend before noon on the Friday before the meeting by phoning Coulson Reception on 01223 423800

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