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Community & Vocational

Community & Vocational

See the work of Ashtead Rotary Club in the local community.

International Service

International Service

See the work of Ashtead Rotary Club in the wider world.



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.

Mole Valley Community Lottery

Mole Valley Community Lottery

Buy £1 tickets for Ashtead Rotary for a chance to win £25,000!

Ashtead Village Day

Ashtead Village Day

An annual event for the whole community, organised by Ashtead Rotary Club.

Online Fundraising Campaigns

Online Fundraising Campaigns

Ashtead Rotary relies on people's wonderful generosity. Here are a selection of the online fundraising campaigns that you can donate to.


About us

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! (During Covid we are meeting via Zoom)

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

11am, Saturday 11th June 2022

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 and to see a list of tools needed, please see the TFSR website here.

Join the Ashtead Rotary 200 Club to Win Cash Prizes!

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!

Buy a Mole Valley Community Lottery Ticket to Win £25,000!

Each ticket costs £1 to be entered into a weekly draw for a chance to win the jacpot of £25,000. Other cash prizes are available and vouchers and discounts for local attractions and businesses are also available to win. Register here.

Please Help Make a Difference and Donate to Ashtead Rotary Club

Happening soon...

Thu, May 19th 2022 7:30 pm


Venues tba

Thu, May 26th 2022 7:30 pm

Club Assembly

Club Assembly (Closed Meeting Members Only)

Wed, Jun 1st 2022 7:30 pm

Council Meeting

Rotary GBI Policies to be formally signed at a Club Council Meeting.

Thu, Jun 2nd 2022 7:30 pm

No Meeting Platinum Jubilee Bank Holiday

No Meeting

Tue, Jun 7th 2022 10:30 am

Coffee Morning

Ashtead Park Garden Centre

Thu, Jun 9th 2022 7:30 pm

Ashtead Village Day co ordination Meeting

Meeting at Ashtead Football Club to discuss tasks required and general organisation of the event .

Fri, Jun 10th 2022 5:00 pm

Setting up Ashtead Village Day

Times tbc . Helpers Wanted

Sat, Jun 11th 2022 9:00 am


Early start to set up event ground etc and members and helpers barbecue after when ARVD finishes

Ashtead Rotary Village Day 2022

Sat, Jun 11th 2022 11:00 am

Ashtead Rotary Village Day 2022

Village Day is back with a bang for 2022! It's been three years since the last but with the brilliant array of entertainment on offer this year, it will have been worth the wait!


Thu, Jun 16th 2022 7:30 pm

ARVD Feedback Meeting

Feedback and learning points from ARVD.
members only. The Cock Inn

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Thursdays at 19.30

(Zoom Meetings during the Covid Pandemic) The Cock Inn
Church Road

KT18 6LE  01372377258

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