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Membership

Membership

In November 2017, we celebrated 70 years since the founding of our club with a very special lunch at our 'home' venue, the Abbey Hotel

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Emden Links

Emden Links

Our longstanding links with the Rotary Club of Emden, Germany

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Fundraising Support

Fundraising Support

Rotary Club of Redditch have supported a series of fundraising events run by other charities in recent years. Our next opportunity is the Stroke Association's 'Resolution Run', taking place in Arrow Valley Park on Sunday, 29th March.

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Our Local Charity Partner

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. Since 1st July 2019, our chosen local partner is Carers Careline.

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Campaigns

Campaigns

Rotarians Peter Williams and Philip Roberts, raising awareness of Rotary's 'Purple for Polio' campaign at one of 5 sites across Redditch.

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Public Relations & Communications

Public Relations & Communications

New President for Rotary Club of Redditch

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About us

Rotary Club of Redditch - over 70 years of service to our community

The Rotary Club of Redditch has been established for over 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!

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. 

The current Rotary year 2020/21 sees Mike Ostroumoff in place as President of our club. Mike is our club's longest-serving member, and this is his third term of office as President. From 1st July, Bichitra Das, a Consultant Opthalmologist, takes over as our President.

At the moment our face to face meetings are suspended due to Covid19 restrictions, but we are still active, with fortnightly online meetings. We will resume Monday lunchtime meetings on Monday, 17th May, in accordance with the Government's 'Road Map'. 

During the course of the pandemic, we have supported various initiatives to assist NHS staff and other workers 'on the front line', and we have also procured used laptops and supplied them to schools to ensure all their pupils have 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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Lunch Meeting - Abbey Hotel

Mon, May 17th 2021 12:30 pm

Lunch Meeting - Abbey Hotel

Our first 'face to face' meeting since early March 2020!

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Mon, Jun 7th 2021 12:30 pm

Lunch Meeting - Abbey Hotel

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Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Mondays at 12.30 for 1.0pm

(No face to face meetings at present, due to the Covid19 pandemic. However, we are meeting fortnightly via Zoom, on the second and fourth Monday of the month, at 12.0 noon. We plan to resume face to face meetings on Monday, 17th May.) Abbey Hotel, Redditch, Worcestershire
Hither Green Lane
Bordesley
Redditch
B98 9BE  01527 406600

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