Telling the Rotary Story

Getting the Message Across for Rotary in the Thames Valley Area

Rotarians are 'ordinary people doing extraordinary things' to make the world a better place. Our aim is to celebrate achievements by
  • Promoting the work of Rotary in the Thames Valley Area and beyond
  • Enabling all clubs to capitalise on their achievements by providing resources and sharing e

    Specifically, the Public Image Committe is responsible for:

    •  Thames Valley Rotary News - Email District Editor
    • District Press Releases
    • Development and Maintenance of the District Website
    • Management and judging of the Public Image Awards
    • Support to Clubs, Officers and Committees who wish to publish material on the district website
    • Support to Clubs using the RIBI Template in the district
    • Support to those developing use of Social Media for their clubs
    • Communications: overseeing and advising on the use of the Database Management System through which Clubs and District officers may now communicate directly with each other and replacing the former email distribution service. Contact District Secretary
    • Offering Training on Marketing, Public Relations and Communications
    • Speaker List 

    Resources for Rotarians

    Selection of large Display Material

    Get yourself noticed in the crowd! Two x 4 meter 'Thames Valley Rotary' Feather Flags with a choice of fixings suitable for indoor or outdoor use may be borrowed by clubs, along with a range of pull-up banners, A3 posters, and other resources depicting the work of Rotary in the Thames Valley and worldwide. Discover the wealth of quality material available!

    Newsletters from the PI Team

    Tips and tricks to raise your profile from the team: Read all about it!

    The District Shop

    The shop aims to supply a range of Rotary merchandise useful to clubs at District Meetings and locally. It has recently been taken over by Alice McGonnell of the Rotary Club of Crowthorne and Sandhurst.


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The Explorazone at Oxford Town Hall

Turning Purple for Polio at Oxfordshire Science Festival

To celebrate 100 Years of the Rotary Foundation "doing good in the World", we were privileged to participate in the Explorazone at the Oxford Town Hall, part of the prestigious Oxfordshire Science Festival in June


District 1090 Shop

Items available through the District 1090 Shop


Public Image Newsletters

Tips and Tricks from the team


Marketing Resources

Besides our own District resources, there is a wide range of useful downloads including logos and year themes available from RI and RIBI pages which can be used to enhance your club marketing material and website pages.


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