Welcome to the Dunmow Rotary Web Site. We meet at the Saracen's Head Hotel every Thursday at 12.45pm. Members are from a wide area around Dunmow and we always welcome new members.

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Club's 75th Anniversary Dinner

Club's 75th Anniversary Dinner

The Rotary Club of Dunmow celebrated it's 75th anniversary, of being chartered, with a 'Black Tie' dinner.

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District Young Musician Final

District Young Musician Final

District Young Musician Final was held in Brentwood Cathedral on Saturday 2nd March 2024.

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Annual Sports Personality Dinner 2024

Annual Sports Personality Dinner 2024

Annual Sports Personality Dinner held on Friday 26th April 2024, with guest speaker Graham Gooch OBE, ex England and Essex Cricket Captain

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International Service and Foundation

International Service and Foundation

The international Service Committee is responsible for our international service, including raising funds for International Charities and Foundation. It organises member's visits and exchange programmes.

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Regional Youth Speaks Final

Regional Youth Speaks Final

Regional Youth Speaks Final was held in the Chiltern Academy, Luton, on Saturday 23rd March 2024.

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Youth Competition Awards Event

Youth Competition Awards Event

Annual Youth Competition Awards event took place on Friday 10th May

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About us

The Rotary Club of Dunmow is part of a worldwide organisation working to support our local community, and global Rotary humanitarian projects.


We meet at the Saracen's Head Hotel every Thursday at 12.45pm.  There are also occasional social events to which partners and guests are invited.


To contact the Dunmow club email: dunmow.rotary@gmail.com



There is also a nearby club, the Rotary Club of Takeley.  They meet at an alternative day and time, fortnightly at 8pm on a Wednesday evening in the Little Canfield Village Hall, although the location does change occasionally, so please email to check.


To contact the Takeley club email: rotaryintakeley@gmail.com

Link to Rotary Club of Takeley website.


What projects do we run?

* Santa's sleigh rounds in Takeley and Little Canfield and Santa Collections at Tesco and the Co-op.

* The Rotary Rose Bowl Quiz.

* Stroke Awareness campaign.

* Support for local athletes with funds raised at the Sports Personality Dinner.

* The international Polio eradication campaign.

* Metal detection rally.

* Provision of Shelter boxes and Aquaboxes to international disaster areas, working with our Rotarian friends across the world.

      * Litter collections in the community.

      * Food bank collections.

We also offer active support for local events such as the Flitch Trials and annual Carnival and Christmas Fairs.


Support for Young People and Schools in Dunmow and surrounding villages  

We organise competitions for young people, with prizes, every year.

Youth Debate Age 11-17 

Young Writer Age 7-17

Young Photographer Age 7-17

Young Artist Age 5-17

Young Environmentalist Age 7-17 

Young Musician Age 7-17


For information packs and applications forms, please go to the Youth Competition pages for details.


We also offer support to schools for vocational and enterprise education.

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Thu, May 23rd 2024 12:45 pm

Weekly Dunmow Club meeting including Club Assembly..

Weekly Dunmow Club meeting including Club Assembly.
Host: John B.
Guest : Mark C. Assistant Governor

Thu, May 30th 2024 12:45 pm

Weekly Dunmow Club meeting.

Weekly Dunmow Club meeting. ** An ad-hoc Council meeting may be required to formally adopt the Rotary Policies **
Host: Brian T.

Thu, Jun 6th 2024 12:45 pm

Weekly Dunmow Club meeting.

Weekly Dunmow Club meeting.
Host: Dick A.

Thu, Jun 13th 2024 12:45 pm

Weekly Dunmow Club meeting.

Weekly Dunmow Club meeting.
Host: Andrew S.

Fri, Jun 14th 2024 7:00 pm

Rotary Club of Dunmow Senior Citizen Concert 2024

Annual Senior Citizen Concert 2024 -7pm for a 7:30pm start.

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Thursdays at 12:45pm

The Saracens Head
High St
Great Dunmow
CM6 1AG  01371 873901
W3W:  ///slouched.meals.communal

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