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The origin and more about Rotary

A short history and background about Rotary


SATURDAY 26 October: End Polio Quiz

Haddenham Youth and Community Centre, Woodways. Start 7.30pm sharp


Rotary End Polio Now Campaign

2.5 billion children vaccinated against Polio by 2018. Polio vaccine delivered to a child costs about 70p per dose and two doses is usually sufficient to vaccinate a child for life


MONDAY 4 November: Young Photographer Competition Awards

With Partners and Guests at St Mary's School, Haddenham. Followed by Member's Fellowship at Seven Stars


Haddenham and District Rotary

More about Rotary and our charitable activities


About us

Visit to Wormesly Estate Gardens 

We enjoyed a liesurely stroll around the interesting gardens featuring a wide variety of flora and then afternoon tea under the canopy. A few nervous moments deciding whether it's milk before tea and jam before cream, but delicious either way

Garden View

Rose Darsey Bussell

Photos Chris Behan

The 'English Roses' who made and served our delicious Afternoon Tea

Photo Ken Elphick

President's charities

This year we are glad to have supported Medical Detection Dogs based in Great Horewood and Thomley Hall at Worminghall:

"Thank you to Haddeham Rotary for choosing us as your charity of 2018/19 and for your donation of £3000. This will enable us to continue our work training Medical Assistance Dogs to save and change lives by alerting their owners to an impending life-threatening medical emergency

Your donation will also help us to continue our ground-breaking research investigating the potential for dogs to assist clinicians in the early detection and diagnosis of cancers and other diseases including Parkinson's, malaria and bacterial infections. We have published several scientific papers describing our work

I hope you will continue to follow us and please visit our website where you can learn more about our research programme, explore volunteering opportunities and read inspiring stories about the families you are helping
We are very grateful for your support

Andrew Whitby-Collins
Chief Operations Officer"

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"On behalf of everyone here at Thomley Hall, our warm and heartfelt thanks for all your hard work and generous donation of £3,000

Our main focus at Thomley is to enhance the well-being of disabled people by delivering a wide range of life skills and recreational activities that help develop the skills they need to run their day-to-day lives. With your donation we will be able to facilitate 10 days of summer activities and 1,000 visits by disabled people, their families, carers and friends

Our website gives further information about us and the work we do. The need for our service is constantly increasing and we are on-track this year to exceed the 11,833 visits in 2018

Members of Haddenham Rotary are welcome to visit us at any time to see the positive impact your funding has had for our visitors

Warren Koehler

Click the image below to learn more about Thomley Hall 


Rotary: People of Action

Rotary is a global network of volunteer professionals 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

Speaker Ben Cross: My RYLA Experience

Monday 18th November 20.00

Speaker Ben Cross: My RYLA Experience

Seven Stars

Speaker Joe Doherty: Outward Bound - South Pole Challenge

Monday 25th November 20.00

Speaker Joe Doherty: Outward Bound - South Pole Challenge

With Partners. Seven Stars

Business Meeting

Monday 2nd December 20.00

Business Meeting

Seven Stars

Council Meeting and Fellowship

Monday 9th December 18.30

Council Meeting and Fellowship

Council 6.30pm; Fellowship from 8pm. Seven Stars

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Flexibility creating new opportunities for new members

RotaKids supporting their local community

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

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

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