The Rotary Club of Oakham was chartered in 1952 and twenty years later when the County of Rutland was absorbed into Leicestershire the members of the Club elected to change the name to the Rotary Club of Rutland, thereby preserving the old County identity. On 1st April 1997, Rutland regained its County status and the Rotary Club once again became the only Club in England to represent a whole County.
We are a small friendly Club and we like to think that the Rutland County motto MULTUM IN PARVO "much in little" or as Christopher Marlowe translated it: 'Infinite Treasure in a Little Room,' applies as much to the Rotary Club of Rutland as to the County.
Rutland Rotary Club welcomes enquiries about membership, which is open to men and women who want to make a difference doing things and enjoy the fellowship of likeminded people
We meet on Thursdays at 19h00 for 19h30(Unless otherwise advertised we meet in the evening at 730 pm on 1st and 3rd Thursdays in the Month at Admiral Hornblower 64 High Street Oakham Contact/Visitors to get details) 64 High Street
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