The Rotary Club of Wareham was chartered in 1972 and is very much a fun loving club made up of male and female members, with the common theme of fellowship and providing service to the local community and abroad and wider support to Rotary International initiatives worldwide, such as the eradication of polio.
We meet every Tuesday evening at the Springfield Hotel, Wareham, for a meal followed by a speaker or business and committee meetings. This is a great opportunity to catch up with friends, visitors and guests who are always made most welcome by the membership.
We support a wide range of charities and deserving causes, both locally and internationally. Together we can make a difference.
Further information on the club can be found on the website, but if you wish to contact the club click on "Contact" at the bottom of this page and someone will get back to you as soon as they can.
Meetings and events happening soon
Tuesday 29th May 18.10
VISIT TO TOOLS FOR SELF RELIANCE
Tonight we will be visiting The Tools for Self Reliance workshop at Netley Marsh, near Southampton, where they refurbish the tools that we collect and send them out to Africa.
Tuesday 5th June 19.30
Gairiswoara Water Project, Nepal
Richard Brind and Barrie Campbell will be giving an update on their recent visit to Nepal.details
Tuesday 12th June 19.00
More details to follow
Friday 15th June 18.30
The Wurzels will again be performing at Rye Hill Farm, Bere Regis with support band the Skimmity Hitchers.details
Tuesday 19th June 19.30
David Jame from the Lewis Manning Hospice will be tonight's speaker.
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