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Rotary Club of Manchester - welcome! Please scroll/swipe down through this page to find out more about us, in addition to the pages linked in the menu, top-left.

Business Meeting to discuss "Think Differently"


Following on from the District Seminar last Saturday. The Lord Mayor visit postponed due to the death of the Lady Mayoress

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Arndale Xmas Collection supported by GMP Male Voice Choir & RC of Stockport Lamplighter Ukelele Band


All proceeds go to Francis House Children's Hospice

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NEWS


NEWS and INFORMATION

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Chocolate Workshop to raise funds for WOW Water Charity


We learnt about New Koforidua and Ghana and cocoa, had a light picnic lunch, make chocolate, and were away by 2pm. The workshop donation was £25 per person including the lunch.

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Disaster Aid UK & Ireland


Mission is 1.respond to disasters with the supply of humanitarian aid to the affected communities and/or individuals. 2.work in partnership on humanitarian projects funded by other organisations including Rotary clubs and Rotary districts.

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Pettypool Activity Centre, Sandiway, Cheshire - St Patrick's Junior School


Club sponsored visit to The Pettypool Activity Centre by St Patrick's Primary School

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About us

Welcome to the website of the Rotary Club of Manchester

 

Since the formation of our club in 1911, we have been helping worthy causes and others who are less fortunate;

Guided by the Rotary Maxim of "Service above Self "

The club actively supports the Rotary End Polio Now  campaign and the Disaster Aid UK campaigns. We also support the Christie Hospital , Francis House Children's Hospice , The Stroke Association , Narrowgate Homeless Shelter & Pettypool Oudoor Activity Centre  -amongst others.

We welcome new members interested in having fun while "Giving Something Back " to the community. Fresh ideas and enthusiasm are the lifeblood of any organisation.

 ROTARY FOUNDATION POLIO CHALLENGE.

 

UK Rotarians have been challenged to raise £1 million for Polio Eradication through the generous gift of 50,000 jars of jam.

 

The idea is simple – you buy a pot of jam from your Foundation representative (Bill Laidlaw) for £2. You then fill it with coins and give him it back. It is expected that the jar will take about £20. However since the £ Coin is going to be withdrawn this year it has been pointed out that the simple solution is to let Bill have £20 by paper money or cheque.

 

YOUR MONEY WILL MULTIPLY!!  For each £1 you give Bill Gates will give £2. Thus the £1 million UK target could  become £ 3 million.

 

SO PLEASE PARTICIPATE IN THIS WORTHWHILE FUND RAISER FOR ROTARY’S OWN FLAGSHIP CHARITY.

 

Give Bill a ring and collect your jam jar. Soonest possible – we want to complete the exercise by end June.

 PS. Taxpayers can contribute even more by completing a Gift Aid form. Visit rotarygbi.org/gift-aid.                  

                             

 

                 

 

 

Happening soon...

Meetings and events happening soon

Monica Seif - President,  Rotaract Manchester

Thursday 26th April 12.30

Monica Seif - President, Rotaract Manchester


part of our “ Future of Rotary series "

Thursday 3rd May 12.30

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Thursday 10th May 12.30

Meeting at Pettypool Activity Centre , Sandiway ,Cheshire


Club meeting followed by look around facilities at the Centre. No meeting at Bridge Street Today

Thursday 17th May 12.30

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Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

Manchester Hall, 36 Bridge Street, Manchester, We meet on Thursdays at 1230
Manchester Hall, 36 Bridge Street, Manchester, M3 3BT  0161 832 6256

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