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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Coming soon on the Jeremy Sallis Show

Rotary Club of Cambridge President Graham Sanderson will be on air on 9th December 2015 from 12.30 - 1.00pm talking about our Club and our future programme.

BBC Radio Cambridgeshire

Cambridge Rotarian in call for donors

A Cambridge Rotarian has called for people to come forward and give blood as he prepares to make his 100th donation.

The call comes from Paul Henry, a former president of the Rotary Club of Cambridge.

Mr Henry, 69, first gave blod when he was in his mid-20s and said people have nothing to fear from the activity.

He said "I am a lazy person and I thought that this is the best way of helping others and putting something back.

"I thought I'm one of the lucky ones in life and it's an easy way to help people."

Mr Henry is due to make his 100th donation in the next few weeks.

Cambridge News 2 November 2015: reporter Florence Snead, photographer Warren Gunn

Welcome to Sundus

Sundus Ahmed our Global Grant Scholar arrived at the end of September to take up her place on the Cambridge MPhil in Epidemiology at the Department of Public Health.  She is at Fitzwilliam College.

Sundus comes from Maryland in the United States and suffice to say that she is an immensely talented, confident and charming young lady, once again exemplifying the quality of Rotary Scholars and the effectiveness of the selection process.

Rotarian Jenny Shaw and I took Sundus to the welcome evening at Quy Mill and enjoyed hearing from the new intake of scholars from all over the world – the US, Japan, Kenya, the Netherlands and New Zealand.

Rotarian Robert Ransom                                                                                                 Chairman Foundation Committee

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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.

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Committee meeting to be held at the Gonville Hotel
Special General Meeting with a speaker Elizabeth Allen - TBA Host - Edward Thackray, Cashier - Joshua Vanneck, Reception - Julian Landy & Rosemary Turner, Projection - Morris Chudleigh read more »
Open Fellowship Meeting of the Club All members welcome including guests and visiting Rotarians Cashier - Charles Fraser
Details to follow Host - Rosemary Turner - cashier - Paul Henry, Reception - Sally Marsh & Jim Stewart, Projection - Robert Ransom read more »
1215 for 1300hrs, 3 courses, and a glass of wine with John Mott and his Salvation Army Combo providing musical entertainment. Pay £22.50 p/p to Patsy. Free parking. Host - Graham Sanderson, Cashier - Richard Summerfield, Reception - Colin Greenhalgh, Ed read more »

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