Welcome to Ormskirk Clocktower Rotary!

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Rotary Club Giveaway!

Rotary Club Giveaway!

Small Grants Scheme for local organisations. Applications now open.

Etsy Shop

Etsy Shop

Does your club need some bunting? We can help!
100% of profits from our Clocktower Etsy page go towards our Rotary projects

Rotary Young Artist Exhibition

Rotary Young Artist Exhibition

Showcasing young artists from the local area


About us

 Founded in 2009, Ormskirk Clocktower Rotary is an active club with a current membership of nearly 50 people who strive to follow the Rotary International motto of "Service before Self". In accordance with new Rotary guidance our club is fresh, modern and relevant.

We are always looking for more volunteers to join our ranks and welcome people who would like to get a taste of the social and service opportunities offered. 

Why not come along to one of our informal meetings to meet us and find out more? You can contact us here or through our Facebook or Twitter pages.

Why join us?!
  • Make friends and have fun - in the last twelve months we've been to a Panto, done a beach walk, celebrated Burn's Night and done lots of quizzing and much more!
  • The opportunity to serve our community - we've held tea parties for the elderly, provided Christmas gifts to the homeless, donated to our food banks and of course taken Santa around the streets and awarded small grants to local charities to name but a few.
  • To support international projects - street collections for Ukraine and our local hub, shelterboxes for disasters, the International Rotary End Polio Now campaign, our long term partnership with an orphanage in Uganda which we support financially and with practical volunteering.
  • To protect our environment - litter picking in the local area (we have our own equipment), recycling projects and using the Treekly app to plant trees and improve our health! 



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Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Wednesdays at 19:00 for 19:15

(Dinner meeting only 2nd Wednesday of the month. Other meetings as advertised on our web site. ) Briars Lane
L40 5TH

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Rotary serving communities through supporting foodbanks

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