Rotary Club of Glossop - welcome!

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Glossop Jog 2022

Glossop Jog 2022

Participants receive their Fund raising certificates
and beneficiaries receive their donations

Glossop Mountain Rescue Presentation

Glossop Mountain Rescue Presentation

President Alan handed a cheque to GMR following our recent fund raising

Donation to Winnie Mabaso Foundation

Donation to Winnie Mabaso Foundation

A cheque for £2,000 was awarded to the charity from the monies from the Glossop Jog 2023

Litter Pickers

Litter Pickers

2 centre litter collection in Glossop

Winnie Mabaso Donation

Winnie Mabaso Donation

We have donated £2,000 to this amazing charity chaired Lisa Ashton MBE

Turkey/Syria disaster

Turkey/Syria disaster

Glossop RC collection for the disaster over 4 days at Aldi and M&S


About us

Welcome from President Alan Conchie

President Alan Conchie and past President Derek Scott

To find out more about what we have planned please visit our Club Facebook page here and there you can follow our news items. Also refer to our “What we Do”. pages above. Click the link here to view and see what we're up to. 

If you would like to come along to one of our speaker meetings please give our secretary, Gill Redfern, a call on 07990 017746 or email her at: 

We have a "˜Donate Button"™ below through which you can make personal donations to our Trust Fund Account and which attract gift aid.

About Rotary: 

Rotary unites a global network of volunteer leaders dedicated to tackling the world’s most pressing humanitarian challenges and creating lasting change. Rotary connects 1.4 million people of action from more than 46,000 Rotary clubs in almost every country in the world. Their service improves lives both locally and internationally, from helping those in need in their own communities to working toward a polio-free world.Rotary members believe that we have a shared responsibility to take action on our world’s most persistent issues. Our 46,000+ clubs work together to:

  1. Promote peace
  2. Fight disease
  3. Provide clean water, sanitation, and hygiene
  4. Save mothers and children
  5. Support education
  6. Grow local economies
  7. Protect the environment

Community Service and New Generations merge for 2021/22 Projects include:

  • Annual Garden Competition based on Accessible Edibles
  • Food Bank Donations
  • Hummingbird Trust
  • Technology Challenge 2022
  • Science Talk to Schools - Alien Life

International  Projects include:

  • $30,000 Joint project with Rubaga RC to provide fresh water supplies to the KoSovo slum in Kampala, Uganda  
  • Support for Rotary Against Malaria
  • Lend with Care
  • Disaster Reserves

Foundation (our own charity) Projects include

  • Pig racing evening
  • Crocus planting of 4,000 bulbs for Polio
  • Support for Rotary Against Malaria
  • Disaster Reserves

Thanks to everyone for supporting our 2022 Glossop Jog at our venue at the Redgra, Pikes Lane.
The weather was kind to us and there were perfect jogging conditions on the day.



Meeting arrangements

We meet at Windy Harbour Restaurant, please ring us if you would like to attend.

Normally, the club meets every Wednesday evening at the Windy Harbour hotel in Glossop which overlooks the reservoirs in the Longdendale valley. The evening normally consists of a meal and then after the formal business is completed there is usually a speaker. Guests are most welcome to join us. All bookings to the Attendance Secretary Barrie Powney by 17.45 on the Tuesday prior to the meeting, (01457) 862107 or email  to

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Wednesdays at 1930

Venue: Windy Harbour Farm Hotel
Woodhead Road
SK13 7QE  01457 853107

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Rotary News

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Rotary serving communities through supporting foodbanks

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