About us

The Rotary Club of Brackley welcomes you to our website, providing an insight into our activities. We hope you will find it interesting. Please use the 'What We Do' menu facility on the task bar at the top of this page.

The club follows the Rotary ideal of community service, importantly having fun and creating lasting friendships at the same time. Founded in 1973, we are an inclusive club with 18 members.

Club membership is by invitation but we welcome enquiries from people who would like to "make a difference", particularly with business, professional or community leadership experience, living in or around Brackley. 

About Brackley: Brackley is an historic English market town in South Northamptonshire, bordering both Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire. The heart of the town is the wide, tree-lined market place with its Georgian and Victorian houses and shops; an impressive setting for our Town Hall built in 1706.

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Thursdays at 19.00

(Except following August, Christmas, Easter and Spring Bank Holidays.) Contact the Secretary for venue

NN13 7AB  01280700797

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