My personal welcome to you as you find out about the work being done by The Rotary Club of Baldock.

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Rotary & Polio Eradication 2020

Rotary & Polio Eradication 2020

How Rotary has helped to eradicate Polio in the world.
Baldock Rotary Club are proud to be part of this programme

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Baldock Community Centre

Baldock Community Centre

District Governor Visit and Presentation of Paul Harris Fellowship Award

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President Handover 2023

President Handover 2023

President Thom Odd handed over the Presidents Chain to incoming President Keith Britter. President Keith also gave the Vice President jewel to Gary Blyth for 2023/24

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Paul Harris Fellowship Award

Paul Harris Fellowship Award

President Michael Muir presenting a Paul Harris Fellowship award to Past President Paul for his work in the local community over many years.

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End Polio Now

End Polio Now

Rotary International's biggest challenge focused on the eradication of Polio Myelitis throughout the world in collaboration with the World Health Organisation and the Bill & Melinda Gate's Foundation

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Jazz Night

Jazz Night

Rotary Annual Jazz Concert

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About us

President - Keith Britter

Welcome to our website


My personal welcome to you as you find out about the

 work being done by The Rotary Club of Baldock. 

It is a great pleasure, and honour to become President of our Club.. The 12 months ahead will be challenging but with the team behind me, I am confident that I can move the club forward and continue the good work of my predecessors.

Rotary is one of the largest voluntary organisations in the world which is committed to do good locally, nationally,and internationally

In 1984 Rotary became a major partner in the Global Polio Eradication initiative along with other major players including the WHO and Unicef. Our Club will continue to support this objective.

We are always ready to spring into action whenever there is a crisis anywhere in the world.  Rotary is in a unique position to make sure that aid gets to the right place as we can call upon Rotary Clubs worldwide who will have a good local knowledge of what and where it is needed. It is thanks to local supermarkets and Baldock Motorway Services who gave us permission to hold collections and the generosity of the public that helped to raise funds.

As part of the annual Baldock Festival, we held the long anticipated Open Gardens event in May. This along with Santas Sleigh, are major fund raising events and without the support of the local community it would be hard to continue donating to charitable causes.

We are well known for the Christmas Lights in Baldock that the Rotary Club have been putting up since 1978 and an ongoing project is the planting of Rotary Wood 2 at Ivel Springs just off Norton Road. Our thanks go to the support from Knights Templar School pupils and the general public with the clearing of the site and planting of trees, but more still needs to be done.

The future success of the Club cetres around attracting new members. If you feel that you can give something back' to the local community we would be pleased to hear from you. 

We put a lot of hard work into planning fund raising events. It is rewarding by making it fun and establishing long lasting friendships.

Info    Club Membership  Paul Redwood  07999350990  & Paul Luckett   07484867288

Santa's Sleigh   Mike Williams    07940048064








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Wed, May 22nd 2024 7:48 pm

5th Wednesday

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Wed, May 29th 2024 12:00 am

5th Wednesday

5th Wednesday at Waggon and Horses. Gravelly . 6.30 for 7.00pm

Wed, Jun 12th 2024 12:00 pm

Baldock Community Centre

Vocational talk by Rotarian Carol Britter.

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Where and when:

We meet on Wednesdays at 12.00 for 12.30 pm

(If you are planning a visit or unable to come to the meeting, please contact our Attendance officer Dennis Rusted on 01462 339387 before 12:00 pm on the Tuesday before the meeting, We look forward to meeting you if this is your first visit. ) Community Centre
Simpson Drive
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