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We love new members and visitors, come and join us at the friendly Colchester Rotary Club, all Rotary clubs are friendly but at Forum we have fun, fellowship and do lots for the community, so message us today and come and join us.

Marys meals by Forum Rotary Club

Marys meals by Forum Rotary Club

Marys meals is a global charity, serving life saving meals across the world.

Food for Thought

Food for Thought

'Food for Thought' which is a scheme supported by Jamie Oliver. The Club's project is aimed at providing support for young carers in Colchester

Making a difference Internationally

Making a difference Internationally

Forum Rotary President & Colchester businessman supporting a Langa Township, South Africa.

REMAP donation by Forum

REMAP donation by Forum

At REMAP, our vision is to create a world where every single person with a disability can get the help they need, to be able to do what they want through custom-made equipment.

Ducks, ducks, ducks

Ducks, ducks, ducks

On Whitsun Bank Holiday Monday we held our Annual Duck Race in Lower Castle Park as part of the Hospital Radio Fun Day. The attendance at the event was great and we sold nearly 500 ducks on the day which added to the 1900 ducks members had sold in advance


About us


Colchester. Britains 1st City and Oldest Recorded Town


The Rotary Club of Colchester Forum was Chartered on the 29th April 1975

Meetings are held at 12.45 for 1pm
on Thursdays at the

(Address: Ravens Park, Cuckoo Farm Way, Colchester, CO4 5YX)

Visiting Rotarians who wish join these meetings should  request at



President Colin


and the Members of The Rotary Club of Colchester Forum



Forum Vice-President Kevin Sturdy

Vice-President Kevin Sturdy and other Club members joined Colchester Garrison troopscivic dignitaries including Lord-Lieutenant of Essex Jennifer TolhurstColchester Mayor, veterans, cadets and thousands of residents at Colchester's war memorial for a Remembrance service


Forum Club donate £1000 to Grassroots

Forum was delighted to donate £1000 to Sue Hawes from Grassroots charity today. Grassroots is an independent grant making charity. By helping the local community and voluntary groups in Colchester and Tendring with small financial awards, they hope to improve the lives of local people, in particular those who are disadvantaged, vulnerable, isolated or lonely.


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...and enjoy a Great Social life. We really do Enjoy Rotary!  

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Happening soon...

Thu, Feb 29th 2024 2:00 pm

Afternoon tea at Hintlesham Hall

Afternoon high tea, guests very welcome please book with Tinders on

Thu, Mar 7th 2024 1:00 pm

My Mayoral year with Cllr John Jowers, VOT Bill Frame

Find out straight from the Mayor all about his year in office

Thu, Mar 14th 2024 1:00 pm

Talk on Rotary Foundation with Martin Sulley and VOT David Jones

With Martin Sulley and VOT by David Jones

Thu, Mar 21st 2024 1:00 pm

My Career by Paul Douglas VOT President

The one we have been waiting for all the interesting facts on Colchester's print industry

Thu, Mar 28th 2024 1:00 pm

Business meeting...planning for 2024 and whats going on

Business meeting with the teams of Forum of Colchester

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Thursdays at 12.45 for 13.00

(On 5th Thursday meeting Venue/style may change. Contact Secretary before attending. - Colchester Rugby Club
Raven Park
Cuckoo Farm Way
CO4 5YX  07733 713240

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Rotary serving communities through supporting foodbanks

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