Rotary Club of Midhurst and Petworth will continue with some meetings over Zoom and some face to face at Cowdray Park Golf Club which will also be available over zoom.

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About us

As we learn of the sad news that Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has passed away, the thoughts of the members of the Rotary Club of Midhurst & Petworth are with the Royal Family as they grieve for their Mother, Grandmother and Great-Grandmother.

The Queen demonstrated extraordinary dedication and commitment to duty throughout her Reign and did so with a graceful strength and admirable determination.

She ruled throughout decades of change, from the dark post-war years, through to the new horizons of the 21st century, providing essential continuity for the nation.

This is a period of public grief when people who do not know each other come together to mourn a national figure who has been consistent throughout our lives and for whom we have collective affection despite not knowing her personally.

We share our condolences to the Royal Family and King Charles III at this sad time.



Rotary International - District 1145

The Rotary Club of Midhurst and Petworth is a member of Rotary International ( and Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland (RIBI - see also: and is based in the West Sussex market towns of Midhurst and Petworth between Haslemere and Chichester.

Formed in 1964 we comprise 32 business men and women who are dedicated to providing service to people less fortunate than ourselves both in the local and international communities. We meet on Mondays (except public holidays).  Usually, on 1st, 3rd and 5th Mondays we meet at 6.45 for 7.00pm dinner at Cowdray Park Golf Club, Easebourne.  On 2nd Mondays we often meet on Zoom, and on 4th Mondays we hold less formal events at various venues. At all these meetings and events we enjoy excellent fellowship and plan new projects as well as developing existing ones. For details of the meetings in any particular month, please contact the Secretary using the 'contact us' button on our home page. .

Our Service and Communications Committees plan and carry out educational, humanitarian and vocational projects that address the needs of the Club's community and communities in other countries. Rotary clubs exist in nearly 200 countries and territories around the world and there are approximately 1.2 million Rotarians in membership of those clubs.

The Rotary Foundation is Rotary's own charity and our Foundation Committee develops and carries out plans to support the Rotary Foundation through financial contributions and club participation in Foundation programmes - education, health, water management, scholarships and Group Study Exchanges. In addition the club supports the world-wide Rotary programme to eliminate Polio: "Thanks for Life, End Polio Now".

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Mondays at 1745 or 1845

(For up to date information about meetings, members should log-in and see the 'Club Message' on the Members home page, and non-members should contact the Secretary using the contact button above) Easebourne

GU29 0BB

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