About us

"In the community, for the community"
 We meet at the

Calfs Head




01200 441218


We meet each 2nd and 4th Monday evening at 7 for 7.30pm

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The Rotary Club of Ribblesdale was founded as an evening club in 1977 by the Rotary Club of Clitheroe. Membership is mixed gender and currently stands at 20 and is growing and getting younger. We have a vibrant club where fellowship is strong and many projects are always in hand with the local community. International projects are also strongly supported. Three members have been to India to help with Polio Eradication Project and several journeys have been made taking aid to Eastern Europe. We have strong relationship with other local service clubs and have input with the Annual Bonfire and Firework Display, which raises thousands of pounds for charity, and we also strongly support the local schools with; Youth Speaks, Mock Interviews, Schools Technology Tournament, Young Chef, Young Writer, Young Musician and Young Photographer competitions. We take a Santa Sleigh around the Ribble Valley villages for the weeks leading up to Christmas to privide cheer for the cummunity and to accept donations for worthy charities.

The meetings consist of a one course meal and coffee, usually followed by a speaker on any topic.
Prospective members and guests are made most welcome and are able to make contact by clicking the Contact Form at the top of the page and sending details, or speaking to any current member.

Happening soon...

Pub Walk

Sat, Jun 22nd 2024 8:00 am

Pub Walk

16 mile pub walk in the Ribble Valley in aid of the East Lancs Hospice

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Mondays at 19.30

(Meet on 2nd and 4th Mondays. No meetings on bank holidays) Calfs Head Hotel
BB7 4NH  01200 441202

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