About us

The Rotary Club of Heywood was set up in 1933 and has been serving the community and residents of the Town for the last 87 years. 

We are a dual gender Club made up of like-minded individuals who are keen to offer their time and services to benfefit of others. Indeed, we are a friendly bunch and are keen to welcome new members to assist our onging efforts to make a difference and to enjoy each others company.

We are involved in a vast array of community activities throughout the year that include organising and running numerous Christmas Parties for elderly residents living in the various Sheltered Accommodation Homes located throughout the Town; we arrange an annual Public Speaking Competition for students from our local Schools to participate in and also facilitate an annual Young Chef competition. In addition, we support many local Charities and Community Organisations as well as National and International Groups. 

Indeed, you will often see us in local supermarkets raising funds and during December we host a very special guest when the one and only Father Christmas makes his way around the streets of Heywood on his Sleigh!

We meet fortnightly on the first and third Tuesday's of the month at 6.30pm at Heywood Cricket Club, where we enjoy companionship and discuss Club business. Any additional information relating to Club Meetings is communicated in advance on our Facebook page - https:facebook.com/The-Rotary-Club-Of-Heywood along with details about our various activities.

Rotary News

Be part of a global network of volunteers, trying to make the world a better place. Please also see the 'links & news' page for information from the local district and live feeds from Rotary International and Rotary International in GB&I.

Rotary supporting rehabilitation for stroke survivors

Putting the wheels in motion to end polio

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Tuesdays at 18:30
(We meet on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday's of each month)
The Pack Horse Inn
Elbut Lane
OL10 4JE  01706 369146

Meeting venue's web site

Web site about the locality