About us

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Taking Time to Help Others Less Fortunate

We're a small, growing service club based on the Wirral who are inspired to help people in need. Under the umbrella of Rotary International, Great Britain and Ireland, we are part of a network of nearly 2,000 service clubs in the UK. We meet every Thursday evening in Frankby, Wirral, and use our talents to come up with ideas and run activities help raise funds, provide support and help address challenges for local, national and international communities. We're a diverse group of around 19 people of all ages and backgrounds.

Having fun benefiting all

Relaxed weekly meetings and friendly inclusive atmosphere contribute to our outlook on voluntary service. We have a diverse & impressive membership of professionals & business people. We uphold the traditional values of Rotary and take a fresh & flexible approach to providing service. Most importantly we have a lot of fun and view our projects in terms of how they benefit everyone involved! Our club is the perfect starting point if you want to make a difference by volunteering your skills with any amount of time you can offer.

Come Along and Meet us

We meet most Thursdays at 8:00pm, The Farmers Arms, 167/169 Hill Bark Road, Wirral, CH48 1NJ.

Relaxed dress code and occasional dining only. 

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Thursdays at 20.00

(Meetings presently on Zoom during COVID restrictions Please check link/venue with Secretary) The Farmers Arms
168 Hill Bark Road

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Rotary serving communities through supporting foodbanks

Diversity is part of Rotary’s core values