About us

Welcome to the Rotary Club of Coventry Jubilee 

We are one of three Rotary clubs in the city of Coventry being chartered in 1977, the year of the Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee.

We are a diverse group of ladies and gentlemen members from a wide variety of different professional backgrounds some being owners of their own businesses, members working in a company, for the NHS, in Education, and Retired Members. We welcome interested persons of any age, gender, race, or religion to join our club meetings to see what we are about.

Our club banner represents the Coventry Cross, a monument first erected in Coventry in 1423 to denote the medieval marketplace. The Coventry Cross was rebuilt in 1544 and was said to be the most beautiful market cross in the country as it was decorated with many statues of kings and saints, and as well as being brightly painted, it was also covered with much gold. It was said at the time that on a sunny day, people could not bear to look directly at it! After falling to decay it was demolished in 1778 and not rebuilt until the 1960s.

Rotary is all about fellowship and service to the community. Our members enjoy friendship, fun, social support, and business networking through a program of social and leisure activities.

Coventry Jubilee Rotarians are enthusiastic, fun-loving, active volunteers who give of their time and talents to serve communities. A warm welcome awaits anyone interested in finding out more. Should you wish to attend any of our meetings, simply fill out the form on our contacts page - you will be made most welcome by all Club members.


Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Tuesdays at 7.00pm for 7.30pm

(We do not meet on the Tuesdays that follow a Bank Holiday.) The Alan Higgs Centre
Allard Way
West Midlands

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Rotary serving communities through supporting foodbanks

Diversity is part of Rotary’s core values