We partner one local charity for a 3 year period, to help build a more effective relationship and understanding of their needs. Since 1st July 2022, our chosen local partner is Where Next?Details
Rotarian Peter Williams helps the 'Feckenham in Bloom' team plant 4,000 crocus corms at the entrances to this picturesque village, in the south of the Borough.Details
The two Redditch clubs have joined forces for this important fundraising initiative.Details
Fundraising for a vital project reflecting Rotary's international reachDetails
The Rotary Club of Redditch has been established for 75 years since its formation in 1947, and its Charter in 1948, and despite the challenges of the pandemic, we look to the future with confidence. Established in the years of austerity following the Second World War, the club brought together a group of business and professional people committed to helping their community, and helping to rebuild peace in a shattered world.
Today, we are a group of men and women from varied backgrounds, wider than the original circle, but with that same commitment to helping communities both here and across the globe. You could be a part of our club as we continue to fulfil that commitment.
We welcome new members from all walks of life, who can use their experience, energy and enthusiasm to help us to help our local communities.
Our President for 2022/23 is Mike Luck, a semi-retired automotive engineer with deep roots in Redditch.
During the course of the pandemic, we conducted our meetings online, and supported various initiatives to assist NHS staff and other workers 'on the front line', and we also procured used laptops and supplied them to local schools to ensure all their pupils had access to online learning.
Contact Philip Roberts on 01527 450382 for an initial chat about the work of Rotary in Redditch.
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