Welcome to Wallasey Rotary. Now meeting at Leasowe Golf Club.

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Concert for Ukraine

Concert for Ukraine

Wallasey Rotary raised funds for Ukraine, donated to 'on the ground work' via the International Rotary Fellowship of Healthcare Professional.

Tiger Patrol

Tiger Patrol

Solar lights see off the tigers that had been attacking villagers in Gurguria in South West Kolkata

Band Concert in Vale Park

Band Concert in Vale Park

Wallasey Rotary sponsored a Concert by Wirral Symphonic Wind Band, in Vale Park, New Brighton.

Partner's & Friends' Evening - Murder Mystery

Partner's & Friends' Evening - Murder Mystery

Our re-arranged evening included a 'Murder Mystery' set in our surroundings of Wallasey Golf Club. Characters drawn, worryingly, from their 'actors'.

Community Tree Planting Event

Community Tree Planting Event

Club members turned out in support of this Community Event on two weekends in March 2022. Trees were planted in Bromborough and at Arrowe Park

Club Meeting - Smile Train

Club Meeting - Smile Train

Since giving this talk in September 2022, President Annette has achieved her target of raising sufficient funds for six operations. (Posted 12th Jan 2023)


About us

New Brighton waterfront.

The Rotary Club of Wallasey was founded in 1928 - the first on the Wirral peninsula - and has given continuous service ever since to the community and beyond.

Nestling in the North East corner of the Wirral, Wallasey's history traces beyond the Doomsday Book (in which it is mentioned) to Viking times.  Rotarians visiting the club, however, are assured of a friendly and hospitable welcome from its 50 or so members who play an active part in the local area as well as the District.  The list of charities helped in the past (see Community Service Committee report at the side) will give a flavour of our work which also entails fun and enjoyment as a prime ingredient.

The Rotary Room - insideAs part of the Club's celebrations to mark its 80th Year, many thousands of pounds were raised to create a patient and relative counselling facility in the new Victoria Central Health Centre.  The gift will benefit patients, health centre staff and community health workers in the town.  It is a specially designed and equipped facility, providing a quiet place for confidential conversations between health professionals and those in their care.  The resource includes computer facilities and also provides, in the main atrium, a Self-Help Information Point.  As well as high tech facilities, the room has been comfortably furnished with thoughtful touches like local artwork depicting the surrounding area, to give a familiar, safe and relaxed atmosphere.

Medical Equipment for Gambia

Read the Newspaper article here about this joint project between ourselves and the Rotary Club of Royden Revolve.


Each year during October Wallasey Rotary Club distribute around Wirral, Rotary Shoeboxes as flat packs.  These are specially designed to enable people in this country to assemble and decorate as they wish, very much appreciated by school children, who can then fill them with suitable contents for which advice is given.

The two main reasons for these special packs are so that those wanting to fill shoeboxes don't have to hunt round for boxes when many others are doing the same but more importantly, all the boxes are of standard size and therefore they can be stacked more economically on pallets, saving on costs.

 The classifications for the Rotary boxes are: CHILDREN  toys:

TEENAGERS  various:

BABY  mixture:

HOUSEHOLD  special boxes filled with many things, including what you may use from under the sink, with maybe a warm scarf and gloves etc. for an older person.

Delivery of boxes are organised by Rotary in trailers of 12000 at a time with the round trip being up to ten days and 3000 miles, by dedicated people, including Rotarians. They will be delivered to poor families in different regions, to orphans, and sick children in hospitals, old people in care and without many chattels.

The HOUSEHOLD boxes will go to places such as "Hopes and Homes" and families who have been persuaded to take their children back into the family, with maybe some financial help: to Foster Homes, who with aid take a number of children in and live as a family who receive a mixture of boxes.

As well as Romania and the Ukraine, boxes are now going to Albania, one of the poorest countries in Europe.

Click HERE to read the blog of Adam Jones, returned from Uganda with the Rotary Jaipur Limb Project.  A very full and fascinating account of the time and expertise he has given to this brilliant project.

Click HERE to read the 'Blog' of our Youth Exchange Student, Daina Sidaras, who spent a year in  Quebec, Canada.

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Happening soon...

Thu, Feb 2nd 2023 6:30 pm

Club Meeting

Dinner followed by speaker arranged by Rtn Tom Bennett

Thu, Feb 9th 2023 6:30 pm

Club Meeting

Dinner followed by Mini-Assembly with ADG (and DGN) Beth Murray. Abbreviated Council Meeting

Thu, Feb 16th 2023 6:30 pm

Partners' and Friends' Evening.

Dinner followed by entertainment.

Thu, Feb 23rd 2023 6:30 pm

Club Meeting

Dinner followed by speaker arranged by Rtn Tony Slee.

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Thursdays at 18.30

Leasowe Golf Club
Leasowe Road,
CH46 3RD  0151 677 5852
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