Clubs, by meeting day:

Monday (16) Tuesday (16) Wednesday (12) Thursday (8) Friday (3) Sunday (1)

Clubs meeting on Tuesdays

Abingdon Vesper meet 1930 at Cosener's House, 15-16 Abbey Close, Abingdon OX14 3JD Tel: 01235 523198.

Note: No meal on the second Tuesday of the month

Banbury Cherwell meet 7:15 pm at Banbury House Hotel, Oxford Road, Banbury. OX16 9AH Tel: 01295 259361.

Note: 5th Tuesday contact secretary.

Beaconsfield meet 18.30 for 19.00 hrs at The White Hart Beaconsfield Old Town Aylesbury End Beaconsfield HP9 1LW Tel: 01494671211.
Bourne End & Cookham meet 1st & 3rd at 1300, 2nd & 4th at 1900 at Kings Head Pub Church Rd Little Marlow Buckinghamshire SL7 3RZ Tel: 01628 476718.

Note: If there is a 5th Tuesday in the month, please contact Secretary.

Bracknell meet 11.45 for 12.15 at The Old Manor Hotel, Church Road, Bracknell RG12 1BP Tel: 01344 304490.

Note: (5th Tuesday contact sec) Diana Henfrey 01344 426056

Crowthorne and Sandhurst meet 19:30 at Easthampstead Park Conference Centre Off Peacock Lane Wokingham RG40 3DF Tel: 0118 974-7576.

Note: We get together on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Tuesdays of the month. Email if you would like to visit.

Eynsham meet 19:30 at

The White Hart, 31 Newland Street Eynsham, Witney, Oxfordshire OX29 4LB Tel: 01865 883093.

Note: 2nd and 4th Tuesday each month. Guests are always welcome. To find out more about Eynsham Rotary, please contact our Membership Officer via the 'Contact Us' link at the top of this page.

Henley-on-Thames meet 18.30 Dinner 12.45 Lunch at Venue - The Red Lion Hotel, Henley-on-Thames RG9 2AR Tel: 01491 572161.

Note: 1st and 3rd Tuesday - Twilight Dinner 2nd and 4th - Lunch 5th Tuesday Social evening with guests and partners contact: 07979 690 437

High Wycombe meet 12:30 at Adams Park, Hillbottom Rd, Sands, High Wycombe (Wycombe Wanderers' Ground) HP12 4HJ Tel: Club Secretary: 01494 562321.

Note: On a fifth Tuesday there is usually an evening meeting in place of the lunchtime one. Please check our "future diary" for details.

Marlow Bridge meet 19:30 at Please contact club officials SL7 2AA Tel: .

Note: 2nd & 4th Tuesdays

Oxford Spires meet 19.45 2nd and 4th Tuesday of Month at St. Michael & All Angels Church Lonsdale Road Oxford OX2 7ES Tel: .

Note: We meet at St Michael and All Angels Church Summertown 7.30pm for 7.45pm Start

Pinner meet 18:30 for 19:00 at Pinner Hill Golf Club, South View Road, Pinner Hill, Middlesex. HA5 3YA Tel: 020 8866 0963.

Note: Visitors should contact Steve Morrisby by email at

Reading meet 1230 at Pepe Sale, Queens Walk, Reading, The club meets at the Pepe Sale Restaurant on Tuesdays at 12:30 for 1pm situated in Queens Walk in Reading (Down the side of the Penta Hotel in Oxford Road) RG1 7QF Tel: 0118 959 7700.

Note: Except there is usually an evening meeting on the 5th Tuesday of the month at Caversham Heath Golf Club (7:30pm for 8:00pm)

Reading Maiden Erlegh meet 19:30 at Holiday Inn Reading, Wharfedale Road, Winnersh Triangle, Reading, Berkshire, United Kingdom RG41 5TS Tel: 0118 944 0444.

Note: To check meeting details please email our Club Secretary.

Wallingford & Didcot District meet 19:30 for 20:00 at The Plough, Long Wittenham OX14 4QH Tel: .

Note: First Tuesday in the month: normal meeting Third Tuesday in the month: meeting with a meal

Windsor St. George meet 7pm for 7.30pm at The Manor Hotel, Datchet, Near Windsor, SL3 9EA SL3 9EA Tel: 01753 543442.

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