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Kids Run Free Saturday 7th April 2018 8:45am

Kids Run Free is arranged for the first Saturday of the month throughout the year. Free to enter perfect for the Juniors To run round a track on Eastern Way, Daventry by the Icon Building



A tea party to celebrate International Women's Day in aid of Rotary International's bid to rid the World of Polio. The event was held at The Mercure, Daventry and raised £501.


Young Chef 2018

The Annual Schools Master Chef Competition


About us

President Nick welcomes Daventry Town Mayor

Lynne Taylor, 2017-18 Daventry Town Mayor, and Glenda Symonds the previous post holder are thanked by President Nick for attending our recent meeting. Lynne gave an informative and interesting talk about the Town Council. The talk included highlights from the council's history combined with comment about what is happening around the modern day town.

President Nick Accepts a Cheque

Sean Turton, General Manager of The Mercure Daventry, presenting a cheque to Nick Blunt, Preseident of Danetre Rotary. The money came from a donation by a company taking some chairs from The Mercure at no cost. The money was passed on to the Rotary Club as part of the hotels support and Partnership with the club.

President Nick welcomes Wadge

WADGE GRZELAK [[ B.Sc.Sp.Sc., M.R.S.M., M.R.C. ]] is the “Medical Referral Consultant” at ‘Daventry Rehabilitation Trust’ (also better known as “Reach for Health”)

Wadge's story began by gaining a Bachelor’s degree in sports science at Liverpool University and then to the University of London to study the principles and practice of Medicine.  In 1984 he opened his first fitness centre in Weedon called ‘Wadges’, this soon became a huge success, with over 1500 members at its peak.


During 1994 Wadge decided it was time for a change and opened a new centre now known as ‘Reach for Health’, which became a registered charity under Daventry Health and Rehabilitation Trust in 2010.  The specific aim of Reach for Health is to target a different type of client; the person who doesn’t normally do exercise, the person who needs it most, people with serious illness and those with disabilities.  Wadge became accredited by the NHS 2003 as a willing provider, and was invited into the membership of the Royal Society of Medicine 2009 and is now a Senior Member. 


In his spare time Wadge also works for the Ambulance service as a First Responder going to 999 calls in his area, he also enjoys cycling, mountain climbing, playing the guitar and spending time with his family in Wales. 


Wadge hopes that having established (DHRT) Reach for Health as a charity he will be able to leave a legacy that will go on helping people with health issues such as Strokes, Pulmonary Rehabilitation, Brain Injuries, Disabilities, etc., for many years to come.

Vision Aid

Ian Clarke and his partner arrange another collection of 400 spectacles (in a period of 8 weeks) from local opticians in Daventry for the charity Vision Aid Overseas (VAO).


These are recycled and the money raised is used to fund the charity’s work in developing countries such as Zambia. This includes giving people those all-important eye tests and treatment by training up local optometrists.


Did you know that old, broken, unwanted frames, bent or scratched glasses can all be recycled so please drop your unwanted glasses into Specsavers at any time and help us support this fantastic charity.

Danetre Welcomes New Members

President Jim Shoesmith,  welcomed Sarah Souter, Jon Evans and Helen Boon as new members. As a first Jim chose to have the Charter on display during the triple induction so that was 2 firsts on the same evening! Sarah, Jon and Helen have all helped with our annual Christmas Collection and I think it was a case of if you can't beat us then you had better join us.

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Welcome to Danetre Rotary Club!

Charity Registration Number: 1094595

Rotary is all about "Service above Self".

  • We provide resources and support for local community groups.

  • We organise events and competitions that embrace the young, and the not so young, around Daventry.
  • We provide local fundraising and awareness creation support for global health, social welfare and disaster response campaigns such as End Polio Now, Rotary Shoebox Scheme and Water Survival boxes.
  • And we have fun and fellowship doing it!

Danetre Rotary is an open and friendly club, currently with 24 members representing all ages from 30's upwards, from all walks of life and living in and around Daventry.
The one thing we all have in common is our wish to offer our skills and some of our spare time and energy to help others. 

  Contact us   if you are interested in getting involved and joining us at Danetre Rotary.
You will be most welcome!

To email the Club please use the following address danetre.rotary@gmail.com

Happening soon...

Meetings and events happening soon

Monday 26th March 18.30

Indoor Bowls SH/JRH

Indoor Bowls, Browns Lane, Daventry

Council Meeting at JH

Wednesday 28th March 20.00

Council Meeting at JH

Bank Holiday

Monday 2nd April 19.30

Bank Holiday

Saturday 7th April 08.45

Kids Run Free Saturday 7th April 2018 8:45am

Kids Run Free is arranged for the first Saturday of the month throughout the year. Free to enter perfect for the Juniors To run round a track on Eastern Way, Daventry by the Icon Building

Business Meeting

Monday 9th April 19.30

Business Meeting

Friday 13th April 09.00 - 15.00 Saturday 14th April

Marie Curie

Every year Danetre Rotary Club helps Marie Curie with their Daffodil Collection - and 2018 is no exception.

Activity - BT/IC

Monday 16th April 19.30

Activity - BT/IC

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Rotary supporting young people

Rotary on the brink of polio history

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Mondays at 1930
(No meetings when the Monday is a Bank Holiday.)
Sedgemoor Way
NN11 0SG  01327 307000

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