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A New Worthing Town Trail Leaflet.

A New Worthing Town Trail Leaflet.

As part of Worthing Rotary’s Centenary Year, the club has sponsored a new Town Trail leaflet in conjunction with local historian, Chris Hare, and the Borough Council. Pictured: Rotary President Sally Nowak with Chris Hare at the launch event.

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Beach Clean

Beach Clean

Well done to all the public and our members who turned up to keep our beaches of our fantastic town clean. One of our Centenary activities.

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Worthing 1922 - 2022.......A Time of Change.

Worthing 1922 - 2022.......A Time of Change.

As part of Worthing Rotary Centenary celebrations a PowerPoint presentation showing Worthing over the last 100 years, can be viewed on the first floor of Worthing Library. Our thanks to Rotarian Derek Gardiner.

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Our First President

Our First President

In our Centenary the Club’s First President, W.E.Wenbarn Smith.
Our Club was chartered on the 1st of March, 1922.

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Winner of our Club and District Senior Young Writer Competition

Winner of our Club and District Senior Young Writer Competition

In the picture Flora receives her award from Nicky Babbage-Clark of Worthing Rotary with Mrs Helen Holloway, Head of English at the school. Flora now goes forward to the Nationals, good luck to her.

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Donations for Ukraine

Donations for Ukraine

Through the generosity of the Worthing public on Saturday March the 12th, we managed to raise £2000 in the town centre for Ukraine. A huge thankyou.

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About us


WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THAT DURING THE COVID CRISIS THE CLUB DONATED SEVERAL THOUSANDS OF POUNDS TO WORTHING FOODBANK TO ENABLE THEM TO REPLENISH THEIR FOOD SUPPLIES WHICH HAD BECOME ALMOST EXHAUSTED.

WE HAVE ALSO PROVIDED £2000 TO WORTHING COMMUNITY CHEST AND OUR CLUB'S APPEAL TO 'FEED A CHILD AT CHRISTMAS' RAISED A SUBSTANTIAL SUM.

WE HAVE RESPONDED TO THE PANDEMIC WHICH HAS BEEN SWEEPING THROUGH OUR COMMUNITY BY GIVING MONEY TO THOSE MOST IN NEED. 

Our club will celebrate its centenary in 2022 and since our founding, members have striven to help alleviate poverty and the wretchedness that so many millions of people have suffered and still suffer in our fractured world.  We also try to help those in need in our local community. We hope to show on this website that involvement with Rotary is also enjoyable with friendly people and lots of social activities.

PLEASE NOTE THAT SOMETIMES OUR CLUB DOES NOT MEET ON THE FIRST MONDAY IN THE MONTH SO PLEASE CHECK ON THIS WEBSITE FOR MEETINGS.

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Club meeting. Committees

Mon, Oct 10th 2022 1:00 pm

Club meeting. Committees

Committees meet to discuss future projects and programmes. Venue is The Indoor Bowls Centre, Field Place.

Club meeting. Talk by Chris Holgate

Mon, Oct 17th 2022 1:00 pm

Club meeting. Talk by Chris Holgate

A talk on the Fire and Rescue Service. Lunch time meeting at The indoor Bowls Centre, Field Place.

QUIZ NIGHT

Fri, Oct 28th 2022 6:30 pm

QUIZ NIGHT

Held at The Emmanuel Church Hall, St Michael’s Road, Worthing. Tables of six, £15 per head. All welcome, with meal and exciting raffle. Interested contact John Brenton on 01903 746865, 07796129604 or e mail Johnbrenton19@talktalk.net.

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Mondays at 1:00pm or 7:00pm

(The first Monday is a zoom meeting at home. Check time. Second Monday 7:00pm, third Monday 1:00pm, Fourth Monday 7:00pm at the Windsor Hotel and any Fifth Monday please see programme, date and venue varies.)
Windsor Road Worthing BN11 2LX
Windsor Hotel Worthing
BN11 2LX  07796129604

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