Our annual golf day at Aspley Guise and Woburn Sands Golf Club is the most important way in which we contribute to Rotary International's fight to eradicate polio from the world.Details
Work has almost completed on a significant project to reduce Malaria in The Gambia thanks to the Rotary Club of Milton Keynes Grand Union (MKGU).Details
Chris Hayter has been recognised as a Rotary Champion of Change 2021.Details
The Rotary Club of Milton Keynes Grand Union (MKGU) is the only Rotary Breakfast Club in the Milton Keynes area, perfect for those who want to get involved in service and fellowship without impinging on a busy day. Our meetings are friendly and informal but often with a speaker.
We organise and participate in a number of charity events, community projects and social gatherings, involving members and their familes and friends. The funds we raise support a number of charities. This year 2021-2022 the President's Charity is Emily's Star.
Breakfast meetings are due to be held at YMCA MK Campus, 1 North Sixth Street, Central Milton Keynes, MK9 2NR. 7.15 arrival for 7.30 start and definite finish by 8.30.
Once a month we plan to hold an evening meeting (instead of a breakfast) , 18.30 arrival for 19.00 start, with dinner. Guests are always welcome so if you would like to attend any of our meetings, please contact us in advance.
You can find out more about our meetings, our forthcoming events and all our activities by exploring these pages.
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We meet on Thursdays at 7.30amYMCA MK Campus,
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