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Rotary Club of Rushen & Western Mann - welcome! Part of Rotary on the Isle of Man. Please scroll/swipe down to find out more about us, in addition to the pages linked in the menu, top-left.

Club Donate £2,000 to two local charities in response to COVD-19 Pandemic


We are pleased to announce that our members are continuing to help people and groups, locally and internationally during the Covid-19 pandemic and recently donated £2,000 to two local charities.

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Rotary Star Awards presented to Port St Mary schoolchildren - July 2020


Rotary Star Awards were presented to schoolchildren who have made a special contribution to their school and community. The Rotary Club of Rushen and Western Mann has awarded pupils at Scoill Phurt le Moirrey in Port St Mary.

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Fundraising and Supporting Good Causes


Every year through the Rotary Club of Rushen & Western Mann Charitable Trust, the Club makes donations to a number of international, UK and local good causes following fundraising activities which take place throughout the Year.

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Sponsored Walk for Seafarer Charity 11 July 2020


"Well Done" to one of our Rotarians DIckie Welsh, who with Lee Clarke, John Garland & Rory O'Connor completed the challenge of walking from Laxey to Ramsey via the top of Snaefell and to date has raised almost £1,700 for The King Georges Fund

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John Nicholson Foundation


The Club formed the John Nicholson Foundation in 1991 (which is a Company Limited by Guarantee and is a Registered Charity),with the aim of Supporting Students in the Advancement of the Visual Arts.

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Life returns to the 'new normal' - First Face to Face Meeting for over 3 Months


After over 3 months due to Covid-19, on 30th June 2020 the Club has finally been able to meet face to face. 43 members and 6 guests enjoyed a meal and evening of fellowship. #RotaryConnects #PeopleOfAction

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About us


Rotary Club of Rushen & Western Mann on the Isle of Man

  • One of 4 Rotary Clubs on the Island, we cover the South and West of the Isle of Man and currently have 50 members plus 2 Honorary Members.
  • We play an active and important part in the community life of the Island.
  • We meet every Tuesday at 19.30.
  • The Club was founded on 9th November 1973 and celebrated its 45th Anniversary in 2018.
  • By clicking on the topics on the menu above, you will get a taste of the activities that we get involved with throughout the year - always having fun whilst we do so.

If you would be interested in learning more about Rotary does and perhaps joining the worldwide 1 million plus members of Rotary - then please click on the 'Join Rotary / Make a World of Difference' tab on this page. We would be delighted to have you come and join us

Happening soon...

Meetings and events happening soon

Committees - 7pm for 7.30pm Dinner

Tuesday 18th August 19.00 -

Committees - 7pm for 7.30pm Dinner


World Tin Bath Championships in Castletown

Saturday 22nd August -

World Tin Bath Championships in Castletown


Members will once again be helping at this event

Guest Speaker - tbc - 7pm for 7.30pm Dinner

Tuesday 25th August 19.00 -

Guest Speaker - tbc - 7pm for 7.30pm Dinner


Port Erin Beach Festival - August 2020

Saturday 29th August -

Port Erin Beach Festival - August 2020


Club members will be helping out at this event

Pimms and Picnic - August 2020

Monday 31st August 14.00

Pimms and Picnic - August 2020


President Roger Barrs is hosting a social event for members on Bank Holiday Monday

Fellowship - 7pm for 7.30pm Dinner

Tuesday 1st September 19.00 -

Fellowship - 7pm for 7.30pm Dinner


Council meeting - 7.30pm

Thursday 3rd September -

Council meeting - 7.30pm


Guest Speaker - tbc - 7pm for 7.30pm Dinner

Tuesday 8th September 19.00 -

Guest Speaker - tbc - 7pm for 7.30pm Dinner


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Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

Colby Glen Hotel
Colby
Isle of Man We meet on Tuesdays at 1930
(When there is a 5th Tuesday in the month it is usual to arrange an outside visit and so there is no meeting at the usual venue.)
Colby Glen Hotel
Colby
Isle of Man  01624 834853

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