The Last Night of the Proms concert at St John’s Parish Church on Friday, June 24 is being organised by Ripon Rotary Club’s and all proceeds will go to cancer charity Macmillan Cancer Support, which cared for Wendy’s late husband David Richardson.Details
Thank you for visiting the Ripon Rotary Club Web site. As the club’s current President I welcome you. We are a busy club which seeks to support a number of charitable organisations both in the community and wider afield and by direct action. We undertake many environmental tasks, like cleaning the “Fairy Steps” at Hell Wath, and looking after “The Horn” on Rotary Way. We actively support Ripon City of Sanctuary with our clothes collections and the local Food Bank. That’s just to give you a small snippet of our activities.
We get our income from fund raising events chief amongst which is our annual cycle ride. Lockdown has prevented this from taking place both last year and this. Keep your eyes open for details of our Sponsored Walk of Sanctuary Way on October 9th, come and join us.
Our home is Ripon Rugby Club. We meet for lunch 12 for 12.30 and often have a speaker. If you want to find out more about what membership of a dynamic community serving club is all about come along and join us. You’d be very welcome.
|Rodney Wilson, pictured with wife Isobel, was recently award a Paul Harris Fellowship.|
|David Stubley, Pictured with wife Caroline, following his inauguration as Club President for 2020/21|
Ripon Rotary Bike Ride
The 2021 Bike Ride has been cancelled due to the Covid-19 Pandemic.
Visit the Bike Ride Website for further information.
Ripon Young Musicians of the Year
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