The Rotary Club of Newcastle upon Tyne is pleased to have been able to support the work of the Scotswood Natural Community Garden in its work among young people in the City.Details
The Rotary Club of Newcastle upon Tyne supported a rural Health Centre in North-West Rwanda by providing an ultrasound scanner for the maternity departmentDetails
Rotary is dedicated to six areas of focus to build international relationships, improve lives, and create a better world to support our peace efforts and end polio forever. Read this page and the connected pages to see how we go about this.Details
The Newcastle upon Tyne Rotary Club, was the first Rotary club to be established in the north-east of England and only the tenth in RIBI. We celebrated our centenary in 2015.
Founded on 20th August 1915 with an initial membership of 50 local business men, the club went on to sponsor 25 more clubs in the north of England. Paul Harris, the founder of Rotary International, visited the Rotary Club of Newcastle upon Tyne in 1928 and 1937
Today the Rotary Club of Newcastle upon Tyne has an active social programme combined with fund-raising activities and opportunities for service. We are the only Rotary Club in Newcastle that continues to meet on a lunchtime and we extend a welcome to Rotarians who are visiting the city to enjoy fellowship with us.
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Fri, Oct 22nd 2021 12:45 pm
We meet for lunch at the Holiday Inn. After lunch, a representative of the West End Refugee Service in Newcastle will speak to us via Skype about the work of the organisation.details
Fri, Oct 29th 2021 12:45 pm
We meet for lunch at the Holiday Inn. After lunch we will discuss Club business matters
Fri, Nov 5th 2021 12:45 pm
After lunch we will have a talk from Jess McGuire about Maggie's Centre in Newcastledetails
Fri, Nov 12th 2021 12:45 pm
At present the programme has no been finalised but it is hoped that we will either have a speaker from or a visit to The Common Room, in Neville Street, which was formerly known as the Mining Institute.details
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