The Rotary Club of Burnley - Est. 1920 Welcome. Meeting Monday Evening at 18:00, Higher Trapp Hotel, Trapp Lane,Simonstone, BURNLEY BB12 7QW.

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ANNUAL GENERAL  MEETING

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

A.G.M.
20 MAY 2024

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HIGHER TRAPP HOTEL NEW VENUE

HIGHER TRAPP HOTEL NEW VENUE

WELCOME TO THE HIGHER TRAPP HOTEL, SIMONSTONE
OUR NEW MEETING VENUE FROM JANUARY 2024

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CLUB  MEETING

CLUB MEETING

Jo Chapman, Acting Deputy Head, Pendle Community High School
MONDAY 29TH APRIL 2024

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CLASSIC CAR SHOW

CLASSIC CAR SHOW

ANNUAL CAR SHOW - TOWNELEY PARK
SUNDAY 30TH JUNE 2024

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CLUB  MEETING

CLUB MEETING

Alan Dunderdale R.N.I.B.
Monday 3rd June 2024

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WOMEN'S REFUGE DONATION

WOMEN'S REFUGE DONATION

Women's Refuge DONATION

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About us

 The Rotary Club of Burnley

Founded March 26th 1920 - 103 years serving the community


Our Centenary Charter Evening was celebrated on Friday 1st April 2022,  with speaker Gervase Phinn. During the year the club earned a further Presidential Citation, awarded by the President of Rotary International, a real pat on the back refecting the efforts of the whole club.


Rotary Club of Burnley 2023 – 2024.

We extend a warm Rotary welcome to all who visit our website.

Our Club celebrates  over one hundred years of "Service above Self" serving our Local and International community. We are extremely proud of this achievement.

Now looking to the future we have prepared ourselves for change. Whilst we have firm traditions we are evolving and modernising our club to reflect changing lifestyles and different approaches. Our club has always been exemplified by and is proud of our Rotary ethos.   We are now embracing change to guide us towards our next 100 years of service.

This Rotary year we have formulated a 3–5-year visionary strategic plan with a view to having growth which will enable our grand old Club to have an equally successful future.

Why, not come and Join us?

Our doors are always open.

President Gordon Salthouse

        For additional information please see our other sites at BurnleyClassicVehicleShow.org and MorgansYearbook.co.uk 

       Burnley is situated in a gentle valley at the foot of the Pennines, the district is dominated in the north by Pendle Hill. A few miles to the east we have the Yorkshire Dales and the Bronte country, whereas to the west and north west we are close to the Trough of Bowland,  Pendle (the latter two, also areas of outstanding national beauty, but with fewer tourists than the Dales or Bronte country) and also the Lancashire coastal resorts.

        A major cotton weaving town at the last turn of the century, Burnley's vacant mills have now been taken over by new industry, recently, especially in the electronics and computer fields.

        

Happening soon...

HIGHER TRAPP HOTEL NEW VENUE

Mon, Jan 1st 2024 1:00 am - 12:00 pm Tue, Dec 31st 2024

HIGHER TRAPP HOTEL NEW VENUE

WELCOME TO THE HIGHER TRAPP HOTEL, SIMONSTONE
OUR NEW MEETING VENUE FROM JANUARY 2024

WOMEN'S REFUGE DONATION

Mon, Jan 8th 2024 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Sun, Jun 30th 2024

WOMEN'S REFUGE DONATION

Women's Refuge DONATION

Mon, May 20th 2024 6:00 pm

CLUB MEETING

TEAM RISE
20 MAY 2024

Mon, May 27th 2024 6:00 pm

NO CLUB MEETING - BANK HOLIDAY

NO MEETING - BANK HOLIDAY
27 MAY 2024

CLUB  MEETING

Mon, Jun 3rd 2024 6:00 pm

CLUB MEETING

Alan Dunderdale R.N.I.B.
Monday 3rd June 2024

Mon, Jun 10th 2024 6:00 pm

CLUB MEETING

CLUB MEETING
10 JUNE 2024

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Mondays at 18:00

(Following a short trial, future meetings are to be held at Higher Trapp Hotel, Trapp Lane, Simonstone, BURNLEY, BB12 7QW.) Trapp Lane, Simonstone

Burnley
BB12 7QW  01282 772781
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