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Community Service

Community Service



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Help for Solihull Young Carers

Help for Solihull Young Carers

On April 26th President Derek Benton and President Elect Heather Cole met Barbara Henry to present cheques to the value of £1700 to Gina Ward and Peter Masters of the Carers Trust. This donation was as a result of money raised in memory of Rotarian Dav

Charity Boxing Evening

Charity Boxing Evening

Great Value entertainment for both individuals and corporates.
Venue: National Conference Centre
Cost: £45.00 per head to include Dinner and Souvenir Programme.
Dress: Black Tie.
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We have been running a Charity Boxing Dinner for over 25 years. 2018 saw a heavy snowfall but although numbers were down on the night we still went ahead and those who came had a great night.


About us

The Rotary Club of Solihull St Alphege Now has 30 members.

We are delighted to welcome our newest member Amanda Vermuelen who was inducted in November 2021  


We have resumed our face to face meetings from 6th September 2021  

On 27 Jun 2021we had an open air socially distanced handover ceremony in the garden  Rtn Clive Henderson and we welcomed Rtn Heather Cole as our President for 2021/2022 and to Rtn Michael Robinson as Vice President.

As a club we are very much focused on involvement in the local community, fellowship, fun and business to business networking.

Hey!  We are now on Twitter (@StAlphegeRotary) and we have a Facebook Page and a Facebook Group. 

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You can also view a diary of our activities by viewing our Facebook Group site at www.facebook.com/groups/144280649057533/

On 29th September a number of walkers took part in our annual Hopper Hike No. 20 This was in aid of Aquabox around the canal system in Lapworth with a meal at the Navigation Inn afterwards. £135 was raised. Thanks to all involved. 

On 14th May 2022

The Fat Chance Comedy Band

                                     at Fentham Hall, Hampton-in-Arden 

                                           In aid of Aquabox

Charity Boxing Dinner

Our 33rd Charity Boxing Dinner was held on Friday 6th March 2020 at the National Conference Centre next to the Motorcycle Museum. 

We were honoured to have Solihull Deputy Mayor Flo Nash in attendance and also our District Governor Elect Tim Bushell.  The event was a great success with twelve bouts between boxers from Solihull ABC vs "the Rest of the World".  the boxing was excellent with  plenty of action! We  managed to  raise in excess of £5,500 for the year's charities which include Acorns Childrens Hospice, UK Sepsis Trust and numerous other local charities and Club initiatives. 

In the past 30 years, through this event, we have raised over £300,000 for local charities.  

STOP PRESS. We are delighted to announce that we shall be holding our next Charity Boxing Dinner on Friday 4th March 2022  




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Mon, Dec 13th 2021 7:30 pm

Club Xmas Party

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Will we be getting a visit from Mrs Claus?

Mon, Dec 20th 2021 7:00 pm

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Getting ready for Xmas

Mon, Dec 27th 2021 11:58 am

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Recovering from Xmas and stocking up for New Years Eve

Mon, Jan 3rd 2022 12:00 pm

No Meeting

Recovering from New Years Eve!

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Mondays at 1930

(August is our 'Sports' month when we hold club competitions at various venues. There are no meetings on Public or Bank Holidays.) Solihull Holiday Inn Hotel, 61 Homer Road, Solihull

B91 3QD  0121 623 9988

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