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Welcome. This page features some of our current activities. Scroll or swipe down to find out more about the club and what we do. Click 'Menu' top left for even more on Rotary and about us

The origin and more about Rotary


A short history and background about Rotary

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MAY: Rtn David Warburton: Rotary Stroke Awareness


Joint with Thame RC Saturday 16th May 10am to 2pm. Free Blood Pressure checks, Thame Co-operative store

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Haddenham and District Rotary


More about Rotary and our charitable activities

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Rtn Ken Elphick: Rotary End Polio Now Campaign


October 2019 Update

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Witchert Wanderers Walking Group


Witchert Wanderers is a social walking group, second Tuesday each month, 3-4 mile circular walk and pub lunch

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Rtn Ken Elphick: TANZANIA Borehole Success


Reports from our International Team and their success in progressing our important work supporting special schools in Uganda and Tanzania

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About us



   

VISIT TO GREATMOOR EfW

				Photo: Greatmoor EfW

Some of our Partners paid a visit to Greatmoor, one of the UK's leading Energy from Waste (EfW) facilities, located between Quainton and Steeple Claydon, which was put into operation in June 2016

				Photo: Pam Pitcher

Greatmoor employs proven robust technology and each year burns 345,000 tonnes of non-recyclable waste collected from the surrounding district to drive steam powered turbines that produce 25 Million Watts (25MW) of electricity, enough to power 40,000 homes

				Graphic: Greatmoor EfW

State-of-the-art gas cleaning and emissions monitoring technology ensure harmful toxins are removed from the exhaust gases and mostly water vapour is released into the atmosphere through the exhaust stack

To transfer to a super website about the Greatmoor facility, click on the logo below:



SUPPORTING OUR NHS

Haddenham Rotary install personal TV system to help improve patient welfare 

STOKE MANDEVILLE HOSPITAL Renal Unit

The 12 bed renal dialysis unit at Stoke Mandeville Hospital shared 5 televisions
and the choice of a channel to watch was something of a lottery

Now, every bed has it's own TV and DVD machine, remote control and headphones
so each patient can please themeselves about what to watch

Photo: Jose Rico-Diaz

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STOKE MANDEVILLE HOSPITAL Paediatric Decision Unit (PDU) 


In 2018, the PDU urgent and emergency care facility
saw around 27,000 children and young people

President Tim Mahoney receives thanks from Sara, the PDU Play Leader

Photo: tim mahoney

"On behalf of all the staff, children and parents I want to thank you so much for the brand new televisions which have been installed in the PDU, and for the Kindles too

The difference it makes to a frightened young child is incredible and makes their stay with us a little easier. I spent half an hour with a little 6 year old last week playing on the Kindle before his MRI scan, he was calm and relaxed which is exactly how we needed him to be

We are all so grateful for your kindness and generosity"
Sarah – PDU Play Leader

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Rotary: People in Action

Rotary is a vibrant dual gender social network with the serious purpose of making the world a better place 

WOW! Last year, the global network of Rotary volunteers made the world better by donating 24 MILLION HOURS to 30,000 COMMUNITY PROJECTS

Click HERE to view 'Why Zero Matters', a video outlining some challenges that remain in our global Campaign to eradicate Polio



Happening soon...

Meetings and events happening soon

Council Meeting and Waddesdon Envelopes

Monday 24th February 18.30

Council Meeting and Waddesdon Envelopes


Council 6.30pm; Fellowship and Envelopes from 8pm. Seven Stars

Speaker Paul Ranford: Leonardo da Vinci

Monday 2nd March 20.00

Speaker Paul Ranford: Leonardo da Vinci


With Partners. Seven Stars

Hosted by Jim Ross: Story of the Farm and Environmental Issues - Our Footprint

Monday 9th March 20.00

Hosted by Jim Ross: Story of the Farm and Environmental Issues - Our Footprint


NOT AT SEVEN STARS. Meeting Venue Orchard View Farm, Little Meadle, HP17 9UG. With Partners

Speaker John Singer: Thame RC Business in the Community Initiative

Monday 16th March 20.00

Speaker John Singer: Thame RC Business in the Community Initiative


John will give us a short talk on their initiative to partner with local businesses and the benefits that accrue from this. Follwed by an opportunity for members to ask questions. Seven Stars

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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.

Flexibility creating new opportunities for new members


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Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Mondays at 19.30 for 20.00hrs
(No meetings on Bank Holidays)
SEVEN STARS
Stars Lane
Dinton
Nr Aylesbury
Bucks HP17 8UL  01296 749000

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