Welcome to Witney Rotary Club Website which details many of the activities and projects undertaken by club members in the local community and further afield.
The club has 42 Rotarians and is based in beautiful countryside on the edge of the Cotswolds in West Oxfordshire,.
Witney, once famous worldwide for it's 'Witney Blankets', is these days a vibrant town of some 28,000 inhabitants in which the Rotary Club plays an important part.
Our club was Chartered in 1955 and so in March 2015 we will celebrate our Diamond Jubilee. Plans are already being made to celebrate this important milestone with a Fun Day at Manor Farm Cogges, so keep an eye on our Future Events Calendar listed on this website for more details of what's happening nearer the time.
Rotary International is a worldwide network of over one million men and women involved in relevant social causes, striving to change and improve the quality of life while having fun and building lasting friendships.
Ask any Rotarian and they will tell you of their desire to 'give something back' to their community.
In turn we ask you to consider adding your support to help to improve our community.
Mike Alexander, President 2014-15
For further information about Witney Rotary Club and its activities:
contact the Club Secretary
One Rotarian can change a community
When we connect with more than a million Rotarians,
We can change the world!
In the next 30 days...
12:30pm Lunch - Speaker Dr Katie Ewer, an Immunologist at the Jenner Institute Oxford University
12:30pm Lunch - Speaker - Gillian Pearce - Chair of District 1090 International Committee (Keith Crawford)