The Vale of Belvoir Rotary Club welcomes you to our website.<p> As restrictions are removed we will carefully make the transition towards our “new style of meetings”. Our meetings will be transformed

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Youth Services 2021 - 22

Youth Services 2021 - 22

We have our plans for the year after Covid restrictions are eased and as the year progresses we’ll list what we’ve managed to achieve

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International Services - 2020/21

International Services - 2020/21

Summary of our international work during the pandemic

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Friends of Rotary

Friends of Rotary

If you like what we do as an organisation and are interested in keeping up to date with our plans and future events then why not consider signing up as a friend of our Rotary Club

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2021 - 22 Gordon’s year

2021 - 22 Gordon’s year

Gordon is our second President to serve a second term and he will lead us, out of “lockdown” into “the new normal”.

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Our Community Fund

Our Community Fund

The Vale of Belvoir Rotary Club Community Fund
was established to provide help and support to local community groups, schools and individuals.

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Community Services 2021 - 22

Community Services 2021 - 22

This year we want to support local communities to move out of COVID restrictions .

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About us

The Rotary Club of the Vale of Belvoir was formed in 1990 and has maintained a membership of around 35 men and women since then. 
Our meetings usually include a stimulating speaker, an outside visit or an inter club challenge such as ten pin bowling, golf, boules or our "Frog Race" etc.
Rotary is very much about having fun whilst carrying out fund raising for local, national and international projects and engaging in service projects in the local community and local schools.

The Club welcomes contact from visitors interested in learning more about Rotary and from people seeking support in the community.
You can also check out this video give a flavour of some of the things we've done in past years.

Vale of Belvoir Rotary serves the communities of Bingham, Cotgrave, Radcliffe-on-Trent, and surrounding villages.

If you are a local group wanting to raise funds for your own charity you could could consider checking out our Charity Frog Race.

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Thursdays at 19.00

(Due to Covid-19 we are no longer meeting at our usual venue, but holding our meeetings by "zoom") Fortnightly meetings by Zoom


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Rotary News

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 serving communities through supporting foodbanks

Diversity is part of Rotary’s core values