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Welcome to the home of Rotary Rugeley - 68 years of serving Rugeley and looking forward to many more - with your help.

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Rotary Community Library Brereton

Rotary Club of Rugeley becomes the first club in RIBI to manage a Community Library


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About us


Welcome to the Rotary Club of Rugeley  


 Rugeley Inferno*


 Rugeley Harvest

Part of Rotary International and Rotary in Great Britain and Ireland, the Rotary Club of Rugeley is a small club which meets fortnightly, usually the 1st and 3rd Monday evening, and the 5th Monday when relevant at The Red Lion, Longdon Green. Select the PROGRAMME button above for full details.

Rotary is primarily about service and so is our club. We currently manage the community library at  Brereton, we are adopting a section of nearby canal to look after and we maintain the benches in the play area at Brereton and Ravenhill Park. My own chosen charity for the year is The Buddy Bag Foundation which gives a back pack full of essential items to around 7000 of the 48000 children taken into emergency care in the UK to escape violent situatons.

Internationally, we support our own charity, the Rotary Foundation as well as their campaign to eradicate polio.

Anyone is welcome to join us, either at our traditinal style club (details above) or at our more flexible satellite group that meets at Rotary Community Library, Talbot Road, Brereton WS15 1AU on the second Tuesday of each month at 7.00pm. Anyone over the age of 18 is welcome, but those with young families are invited to include their families in our activities.

Come along and find out what a difference Rotary can make to your life.

John Wilson




*Photo of Rugeley Inferno courtesy of David Wain (copyright)

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Rotary supporting rehabilitation for stroke survivors

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Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Mondays at 1930
(1st; 3rd and 5th Monday of each month. See listings for confirmation of dates )
The Red Lion,
Hay Lane,
Longdon Green,
WS15 4QF  01543 490410

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