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Brian Middleton Award for Young People with Additional Needs

'An opportunity of a lifetime' for 5 young people, aged 12 – 18, with physical and/or sensory impairments, to learn how to sail at Bisham Abbey Sailing School, Marlow, from 30th July to 3rd August 2018.
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Help Arctic One make Para Tri-athlete dreams a reality

Arctic One Tri and Para Tri Festival

Arctic One is an amazing small charity with big ideas based in Chesham that aims to give opportunities to both able bodied and disabled people to enable them to “Get Involved” in Sport. more

The Big Crocus Plant 2017 is underway!

District Governor David Pope leads the way at Abingdon

Several of our District clubs, keen to add to last Spring's Sea of Purple, planted more corms this year, ready to burst into bloom at the end of February 2018more

Be the Inspiration: District Conference 2019 in Portsmouth

Portsmouth Waterfront with Spinnaker Tower

Fri 8th March Come and discover the delights of this historic town with its rich maritime heritage, literary associations and re-emergence as a vibrant modern cultural centre. Be inspired by great speakers, enjoy sharing successful projects and building new friendshipsmore

Mathematical Magic from Maidenhead Thames

Last year’s RBWM Mayor John Lenton & Mayoress Margaret Lenton, Maidenhead Thames Rotary President Brian McGinley and the winning Year 4 Mathemagicians from All Saints CoE Primary School holding the winning shield.

Many clubs in the District participate in the RIBI Youth competitions. Others like Maidenhead Thames run additional ones with a different focus. The annual Mathemagical Challenge for Primary Schools in Maidenhead and Windsor is proving extremely popular. more

In the next 30 days...

Organised by the Rotary Club of Abingdon Vesper, the Abingdon Food & Drink Festival will return to the fantastic riverside location at Rye Farm Meadow on 23rd June 2018. Entry is just £5 with under 12s free, and on-site parking is free too! more
Presidents Handover in aid of the Anne Salinas Fund, please do come and join us for some food & drink and raise some money for this very deserving local charity. more
Rotary Club of Thame will thank the local community in Thame and neighbouring villages for their support towards clubs fundraising events. more
The Club is again taking part in the annual "Party In The Park" by providing a BBQ. The event celebrates Armed Forces Day and this year is combined with Oxfordshire Play and Activity Day. This is a fun family day with free entrance and free activities. more
The District handover will take place on Friday 6th July at Bisham Abbey. All Rotarians in the District are welcome. more


The 2018 Sportive on Sunday 8th July starts and ends in the picturesque grounds of Broughton Castle. All routes take riders through the stunning Cotswolds.. more

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A Warm Welcome to Rotary in the Thames Valley

Thank you for visiting our website, which we hope you will find informative and useful. District 1090 covers 58 clubs and has approximately 2000 members in Berkshire, Oxfordshire, South Buckinghamshire and West Middlesex. Rotarians are committed to making a positive difference to the lives of others: within their local Communities and Worldwide, building friendships and having fun along the way.  New members are always welcome, so please browse our pages to find out about the sense of fulfillment being a member of Rotary can bring. A warm welcome awaits you!

Thank you for supporting the Rotary Foundation's Centennial!

Because of You from Rotary International on Vimeo.

Because of You, $304 million has been raised in 2017!

Read more about the work of the Rotary Foundation in the Thames Valley District and beyond.........


Rotary in the Thames Valley - a New Dimension


Thames Valley e-Rotary is a new venture, introducing a different set of opportunities for those wishing to support their local community but unable to participate regularly though pressures of work, family or travel. This new group operates online with regular discussions, interesting speakers and support for local communities..

Does your day consist of a regular commute, long hours working to earn a living and enhance your career, and the remaining time spent with the family? Or are you a mother with young children, finding that keeping them occupied and out of mischief is a full time occupation? Or maybe your coming up to retirement and looking for new interests and a new circle of friends? Whatever the reason, is one day very much like the next?
Yet, deep down, you'd also like an opportunity to make a positive contribution to local life?
Your main barrier is lack of time!

Thames Valley e-Rotary could offer a solution. No matter your background, age, experience or skills, Rotary can bring a new dimension into your life. Why not try us and find out for yourself? .  Our aim is to offer Rotary 24/7 so you can keep informed of the latest developments and projects and offer what time you can to participate in activities undertaken by ordinary people just like yourself.

Contact Secretary Anne Cooper at Thames Valley e-Rotary and we’ll get back to you.

Thames Valley e-Rotary - a new online group

'Working for a better World'.


Abingdon Riverside Satellite Club Launched

Glasses were raised in congratulations as 1090 DG David Pope (left) inducted the first six members of Abingdon Riverside Satellite Club, one of whom was his wife Halcyon (2nd left). Two other prospective members were unavailable on this occasion and will be inducted shortly. Second from right is Philip Waddy from Host Club Abingdon who is mentoring the new Satellite Club.

The club's first fund raising activity undertaken is already under way, its a 'Charity Building Bake Off' based on Cakes with a Building Theme!.Entry details here...

The new members aim to continue attracting more people to join them over the coming months and progress to become a new full Rotary Club bringing the number of Rotary Clubs in the town to three.


Young Thames Valley Orators triumph at National Finals!

Congratulations to the Reading Blue Coat team, Intermediate winners of RIBI Youth Speaks 2016 and to India of Senior section Runners-Up Wycombe Abbey for winning Best Speaker. Read the whole story

Congratulations to Isabel Irvine: Young Musician of the Year!

After an incredible day of amazing performances from extremely talented young musicians, Isabel Irvine of Thames Valley District was declared winner of the Vocalist section of Rotary Young Musician 2016. See more

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