We will be returning to some sort of normality in the next few weeks with a meeting at the Talbot and a business meeting at the Wentworth Arms, Old Malton. Details will be shown on the home page. .

Featured pages

What Club members do.

What Club members do.

News from Club members and our various social activities

The Purple Pinkie

The Purple Pinkie

Rotary and a thirty year campaign to eliminate the virus causing child hood poliomyelitis throughout Africa and Asia.

Involve-A Social in the Market Place

Involve-A Social in the Market Place

An event, involving all members of the public, in the Milton Rooms, Malton

Malton and District War Memorial Project

Malton and District War Memorial Project

The Malton and Norton Rotary Club War Memorial Project lists the casualties of the two world wars combined with a project to restore one of the six war memorials in the three towns.

           Our charity 'Posh' Shop

Our charity 'Posh' Shop

An annual event. Our 'Posh Shop'sells high quality affordable goods. In 2019 we open on Friday 17th May for four weeks on Finkle street opposite to Boyes Store.. Thank you for your help in this successful and worthwhile enterprise

Adam's Apple

Adam's Apple

Computers for schools in the community


About us

 Welcome to the Rotary 

Club of Malton and Norton. 




                                 Supporting the Community!  



We invite you to browse through these pages which, we hope, will show you some of the activities we enjoy as part of The Rotary International  Club of Great Britain and Ireland (RIBI)

 We are an active group of like minded friendly people who are involved in fundraising events and planning community activities to support local groups, individuals. familes, schools, charities and deserving causes,whilst enjoying social events, good company and very occasionally, falling in the River Derwent.  

Despite the restrictions imposed by covid19, club members have been active in the area. Some have volunteered in helping at vaccination clinics, with car parking and general help, together with support and involvement with the Free Fridge and Food bank .The club has also been able to help residents affected by flooding, also providing  necessary clothing for children and where problems have arisen with delayed Universal Credit. The Wilf Jackson fund is there to support the community at all times when needed.   The club has also supplied seventeen computers and tablets to town and village schools for use by pupils at home.

The club  raises funds from planned events,such as our ‘pop-up’ Posh Charity shop and Golf Day  to support local, national and international charities as well as deserving causes within the Malton and Norton area. Our members represent a wide range of trades, professions and business activities but we all have one thing in common- wanting to help those less fortunate than ourselves and having fun whilst doing it.

Alan Lonsdale





Ps . You don’t have to come from Yorkshire to join us! 

 The Rotary Club of Malton and Norton Trust Fund is a registered Charity number 1025766.


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Happening soon...

Mon, Nov 1st 2021 6:30 pm

Speaker meeting

Talk by Yorkshire Air Ambulance- Greeter: Angela Joseph

Mon, Nov 22nd 2021 6:00 pm

Business meeting

Backroom Wentworth. Meal available at 7pm -Agenda: 2022 : Projects for Foundation year.

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Mondays at 1800 for 1830

(Meetings are at the Talbot Hotel on the first Monday of the month. On the third Monday of the month a business meeting is held is held at the Wentworth Arms, Old Malton at 1800 until 1900 in the back room. Meals can be ordered at both venues.) Talbot Hotel
N Yorks
YO17 7AJ  01653 639096

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