Welcome to the Rotary Club
of Holt & District
Rotary - working with young people.
A Rotary Young Leaders weekend, packed with fun!
Rotary - eradicating polio.
Young children proudly show their 'purple pinkies', received after immunisation against polio.
Rotary - responding to disasters.
Shelterboxes are distributed around the world following natural or man-made disasters.Shelterbox website
It is with sadness the we report that after a short but severe illness,
Rotarian Bruce Garnham-Smith died peacefully in his sleep at the
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, shortly after 5.00 pm on
Saturday 25 October 2014. He was 53 on 4 October 2014
Welcome to all
Our regular Rotary Club meeting is every
TUESDAY LUNCHTIME 12.30 pm for 1.00 pm
at the Community Centre
Kerridge Way, Holt, Norfolk NR25 6DN
Rotarians contact: 01263 741 287
But if you are not a Rotarian and would like to know what Rotary is about,
and especially what 'our' Club does, please contact our Secretary on: 01263 710 118
( If a month has a 5th Tuesday, for meeting details, all contact: 01263 710 118 )
An exciting opportunity for young singers and musicians
Holt and District may be small
but we have some amazing talent as has been proved in the past.
Come and be part of it.
If you cannot perform, please come and support
Sunday 1 February 2015 at Gresham's School Holt
all very welcome
Holt is a unique small Georgian town nestling in North Norfolk,
much of which, especially the coastline is deemed to be of
outstanding natural beauty. Timelessly the town still retains
it's charm and character with small shops, restaurants
and independent retailers.
Once visited, people return time after time to stay and enjoy
the laidback atmosphere, and many then decide to move
and settle away from the hustle of big city life.
A group of Holt and District members visit Future Biogas at Scottow for a 5th Tuesday event
Visit these links and get a flavour of Holt and District
23 members enjoy great friendship, and fellowship in a happy environment,
with the objective of giving enthusiastic commitment to
‘Service Above Self’ both locally and further afield.
There is a full programme including fund-raising, collections, concerts and
other events, social evenings and meetings with partners covering a wide
variety of subjects, giving a balance between those purely for enjoyment
and activities for the benefit of others less fortunate than ourselves.
Objects of Rotary
SECOND. High ethical standards in business and professions; the recognition of the worthiness of all useful occupations; and the dignifying of each Rotarian's occupation as an opportunity to serve society;
THIRD. The application of the ideal of service in each Rotarian's personal, business, and community life;
FOURTH. The advancement of international understanding, goodwill, and peace through a world fellowship of business and professional persons united in the ideal of service.