The 'opportunity of a lifetime' for young people with disabilities to enrich their lives by experiencing exciting, challenging and enjoyable outdoor activities. more
Earthquake in Nepal
As the full horror of the devastation emerged daily, it was clear that help was desperately needed as after-shocks caused more death and destruction.more
Vocational Training Team visits to Kamuli Mission Hospital in 2015 and beyond
Following the success of the first two visits of a Vocational Training Team to Kamuli Mission Hospital, we are developing a programme of visits that we hope will continue for the next few yearsmore
Oxford Peace Conference 2016
This third Oxford Peace Conference will showcase the Rotary Foundation's work for World Peace and Conflict Prevention & Resolution through it’s Peace Fellowships and the partnerships with others involved in the peaceful settlement of conflict.more
Purple 4 Polio Crocuses
Find out how your club can take part in the Rotary in Britain and Ireland crocus planting programme - help paint District 1090 in the Thames Valley Purple 4 Polio in 2017.more
The Rotary Club of Thame is asking the public to check their sheds and lofts and bring their old tools in the main car park of Thame near the Market House on Saturday morning 28th May between 10:00 and 13:00. more
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 our own Communities and Worldwide, building friendships and having fun along the way. New members are always welcome. Our Clubs have varied meeting times: Breakfast, Lunchtime or Evening and we hope there will be a club to suit you. Read More....
In 2015/16 our theme is “Be a gift to the world” and Rotary’s International President sends the message 'Every one of us has something to offer – whoever we are, whatever our position in life. We can provide our talent, knowledge, abilities, and effort; we also give our dedication and devotion. Through Rotary, we can take these gifts and make a genuine difference in the lives of others and in our world.'
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.
"Ordinary People doing Extraordinary Things"
Some highlights of things we do
Wonderful Windsor 2016
The new style Conference at Savill Court Hotel, Windsor on March 11-12 was a great succes, with over 650 delegates from all over the Thames Valley meeting at Savill Court Hotel in Windsor Great Park to share successes of the past year and be inspired by motivational speakers to continue serving our communities both at home and overseas in the years to come. Read more.........
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