Welcome to the new website of the Rotary Club of Redditch, Worcestershire. Please scroll/swipe down through this page to find out more about us, in addition to the pages linked in the menu, top-left.
Our Local Charity Partner
We partner one local charity for a 3 year period, to help build a more effective relationship and understanding of their needs. With effect from the 1st July 2019, our chosen local partner is Carers Careline.details
Rotary Club of Redditch have supported a series of fundraising events run by other charities this year.details
In November 2017, we celebrated 70 years since the founding of our club with a very special lunch at our 'home' venue, the Abbey Hoteldetails
Rotary Club of Redditch - 70 years of service to our community
The Rotary Club of Redditch has just celebrated 70 years since its formation in 1947, and its Charter in 1948, and 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 take that commitment into the next 70 years!
Meetings and events happening soon
Saturday 19th October 17.00
Inner Wheel Quiz Night, Webheath Village Hall
General knowledge quiz, with Past President Noel Pritchard in the chair as Quizmaster. The quiz will start promptly at 7.30pm, so please arrive in good time.details
Monday 4th November 12.30
Speaker: Lucy Waldock
Lucy Waldock is Senior Nurse Manager in the Opthalmology Department at the Alexandra Hospital.
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