About us

Our Club is part of the international Rotary organisation, and was founded in 1922. We meet on the first and third Fridays of each month, adding a guest night on the Thusday of amy month with 5 Fridays. We have been active since being founded in a wide range of service projects, both local and international, but also believe in enjoying ourselves through a varied fellowship programme of social and fund raising events. 

Rugby, the Home of Rugby Football, is in North East Warwickshire in the heart of England. If you would like to join us for lunch please contact us

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 The Rotary club of Rugby's Great Central Way Project

In June 2022 the club became a hundred years old. In anticipation of this the club initiated a centenary project in conjunction with Rugby Borough Council and Warwickshire Wildlife Trust to upgrade the section of the Great Central Way between Hillmorton Road and Abbey Street. In spring 2018 this section of the former railway line was surveyed and a management plan was prepared setting out the work to improve the way. Work began in September 2018 and continued until Easter 2022. The work carried out included the thinning out of the too densely populated trees, the planting of a more diverse range of trees and the laying of hedges, Benches were put in place along the path and the old station was made a feature, with murals on the walls and railway track laid. The area seems to be enjoyed more now by both people and wildlife.

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Tree of Light Xmas 2023 - a big success

Each year Rugby Rotary runs a Tree of Light event in aid of Myton Hospices. On 15th November 2023 the Mayoress of Rugby, Maggie O’Rourke, formally handed over the Tree at St Andrew’s Church in the Town Centre to the President of Rotary Rob Close and the Reverend Canon Edmund Newby. 

This Xmas there were over 500 dedications in memory of family and friends, published in the Rugby Advertiser and written in a Book of Remembrance held at St. Andrews Church. A service was held at St Andrews on 12th December. Including gift aid, some £4,600 was raised for Myton Hospices.


































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Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Fridays at 12.15 for 12.45

(1st, 3rd and 5th Fridays - but do contact us in advance: sometimes we change the system - especially 5th Fridays!!) St Andrew's Rugby Club
Ashlawn Road
CV22 5ET

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