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Ashtead Village Day
An annual event for the whole community, organised by Ashtead Rotary Club.details
Ashtead Rotary Club runs a varied programme of activities for its members. This helps to foster enjoyment in Rotary and strong friendships within the club.details
The Rotary Club of Ashtead was chartered 20th February 1981. We are a dynamic club of approximately 20 members comprised of individuals from a wide variety of backgrounds. Visiting Rotarians are assured of a warm welcome. We are actively looking to recruit new members. If you are interested in Rotary, we would be delighted to welcome you to one or more of our meetings so that you can get to know us a little better before considering membership.
Our club normally meets every Thursday evening at The Cock Inn, Headley; 7.30pm for 8pm start. If you would like to visit us as a guest, whether a Rotarian or not, please click on the "Contact Us" link at the bottom of the page and send us a message via the enquiry form. We also meet occasionally at the Leg of Mutton and Cauliflower pub in Ashtead, where visitors are free to drop in to meet our members!
We often have a speaker at our meetings, addressing a wide variety of topics and we organise club visits to local events and attractions. Approximately every six weeks we will have a members only business meeting at which we review the finances and current activities of the club and plan future events.
The concept of service is an integral part of the club's activities and the Rotary motto "Service above Self" embodies the reason why our members have joined Rotary. Fun and fellowship however play an important role: we are members of Rotary because we enjoy being members of Rotary.
Thanks to the ongoing support of the businesses and residents of Ashtead, our club is able, each year, to help, both with time and money, a wide variety of local and international charities and community organisations. If you wish to know more about our activities please browse through the rest of our website.
Ashtead Village Day
12 noon, Saturday 8th June 2019
Queen Elizabeth II Field, Barnett Wood Lane, KT21 2BZ
Ashtead Village Day is organised each year by the volunteers of Ashtead Rotary Club to provide a service to the community. The event is also the main fundraiser that allows Ashtead Rotary Club to support many worthy causes over the following year.
Reduced price tickets will be on sale in advance in many of the local shops or full price tickets may be purchased on the gate on the day.
So come and have fun! It is a spectacular day out for the whole family, from infants to grandparents and all those in between.
Can You Help With Ashtead Rotary Campaigns?
Tools For Self Reliance
Do you have any unused tools at home just taking up space in a shed or cupboard? Then please donate them to Ashtead Rotary Club on behalf of charity, Tools for Self Reliance. Your unwanted tools could provide a sustainable livelihood to some of the poorest in Africa. To donate your tools please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org and to see a list of tools needed, please see the TFSR website here.
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Pay just £12 per year for a chance to win great cash prizes and help towards international charitable causes. Download all the details and application form here. Join at any time!
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Meetings and events happening soon
Thursday 25th April 19.30
Meeting closed to visitors.
Business meeting and AGM
Thursday 2nd May 19.30
Dinner and presentation.
Presentation by Ruth Colto about restorative justice and her work with the London Probation Service.
Thursday 9th May 19.30
Committees to meet this week.
Thursday 16th May 19.30
Pub Skittles Night
Venue: The Six Bells at Newdigate.
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