Oxted Rotary's Year at a Glance
Budding Young Chefs at Oxted School
Young Chef is one of many competitions held by Rotary aimed at developing young people.details
We help people in need all over the World. Scroll down and cick on the Details buttons of the subjects that interest you to find out how.details
This year's club President
This year, our President is Brian Taylor, an Oxted resident of long standing. You will see him at all club events, leading his merry band of Rotarians in our never ending quest to help others while having fun.details
Cristmas Tree Collection
DECEMBER is a busy month, with our annual Christmas collection taking priority. The funds raised are donated to local and other Rotary good causes throughout the coming year.details
Oxted Pram Race
On average, we raise in excess of £5,000.00 for local charitable organisations every year. Check out the Oxted Pram Race Website at www/http://oxtedpramrace.co.uk/ for full details and how to get involved in our next Race Day.details
Dictionaries 4 Life
As part of the Clubs contribution to literacy, we pay for Usborne Illustrated Dictionaries and present one to each of the first year students at Oxted School. The dictionaries have individual lables with good wishes from Oxted Rotary Club.details
WHY NOT THINK ABOUT JOINING ROTARY
We are a friendly Club and meet Tuesday lunchtimes at RBL Limpsfield for a meal and a range of interesting speakers. However, Rotary is much more that just meetings and lunches! Rotary has 1.2 million members worldwide and is made up of business and professional leaders with the aim of helping local and International communities, whilst having fun!
So, is this your profile??
Enjoy meeting new friends and having a great deal of fun - Looking to acheive something worthwhile - Want to use your skills and talents and energy to improve the lives of people in our local community and around the world - Able to make Tuesday lunchtime meetings a couple of times a month?
If it is, then the Oxted Rotary Club could just be what you are looking for! Like all organisations, you get out what you put in. You may well know many current Rotarians, so why not take the first step? Simply contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our members will make contact with you to give you more background information and answer any questions that you may have.
Check out www.rotarygbi.org for more information on Rotary in the UK
Club President 2019/20: Robert Dudgeon
Club Secretary 2019/20: John Barber
Be part of a global network of volunteers, trying to make the world a better place. Please also see the 'links & news' page for information from the local district and live feeds from Rotary International and Rotary International in GB&I.
Rotary supporting rehabilitation for stroke survivors
Putting the wheels in motion to end polio
Meetings & Venue
Where and when:
(In months when there is a fifth Tuesday, the usual meeting is normally replaced with an evening social event with partners)
The Royal British Legion, Westerham Road