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Founded in 1922, a mix of business people, entrepreneurs and professionals making connections whilst working for local and international good causes. Click the Menu at top left for more information

Rotary Club of Cambridge helps Cambridge Aid


Cambridge Aid does great work in support of Cambridge residents in need. In the last two years we have raised over £12,500 to support them

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Rotary Young Photographer Competition 2021


The latest in our series of successful annual competitions with Local, District & National stages and four age groups. This year's theme is 'WILD NATURE'

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Bridge the Gap 2020


Rotary Club of Cambridge proudly supports this charity venture - a self-directed version of the popular annual guided walk around Cambridge

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Rotary Young Environmentalist Competition 2021


A competition to encourage young people to address environmental issues and explore solutions. This year's theme is 'Climate Change / Carbon Reduction'

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Rotary 'END POLIO NOW'


AUGUST 2020 - AFRICA NOW FREE OF POLIO!         Rotary Clubs worldwide are spear-heading the drive to eliminate polio

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KidsOut Donation for Christmas Boxes


The Rotary Club of Cambridge has arranged for children in the Women's Refuge to receive Christmas presents

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About us

We are meeting by Zoom for the time being.

Scroll down to see what's Happening soon. Click here to see the full Event details page

IN the time before Covid-19, these were our introductory details:

We are the longest-established Rotary Club in Cambridge. We welcome visiting Rotarians and new members from all walks of life who live or work in the City and the surrounding area

Our members make an active contribution to the local and international community. Some of our work is detailed in the banners above. Members are also personally involved in local charity events, other learning opportunities for young people and the construction of a school in The Gambia, among other projects.

We enjoy a range of fellowship events including walks, concerts, theatre & museum visits, quiz nights and bowls

We meet every Tuesday at the Gonville Hotel overlooking Parker's Piece in the centre of Cambridge (see bottom of this page for details), and often hear interesting talks by a wide selection of the Cambridge community. Click here for more details. Meetings are usually at lunchtime, but are in the evening on the last Tuesday of the month. There is also a monthly breakfast meeting at 7:30 on the 2nd Tuesday. Visiting Rotarians are asked to give at least 5 days notice of wishing to attend by email to the Secretary at   cambridgerotaryuk@gmail.com


 

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Natalie Matander is hoping to re-launch Rotaract (Rotary for Young People) in Cambridge. Click the Rotaract logo to contact her

Click the Cambridge 105 Radio logo to hear her interview with Rotarian Neil Whiteside about putting a buzz into Rotaract








Interested in joining us?

Please email our Club Secretary cambridgerotaryuk@gmail.com

Happening soon...

Meetings and events happening soon

Tue, Sep 22nd 2020 2:30 pm -

Online Meeting by Zoom


Roger Mosey, Master of Selwyn College will talk to us on 'My life in the BBC and as Master'

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Tue, Sep 29th 2020 2:30 pm -

Charter Celebration By Zoom


The Anniversary of our Charter in 1922 is marked at an online Zoom meeting. Speaker: David Saunderson, Chief Executive of Cantab Asset Management, on 'Investing Wisely'

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Tue, Oct 6th 2020 2:30 pm -

Online meeting by Zoom


Speaker: Gavin Chappell Bates, Fundraising Manager of Centre 33

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Tue, Oct 13th 2020 2:30 pm -

Online Meeting by Zoom


Speaker: Mohsen Solhdoost, sometime Rotary Peace Fellow at the University of Queensland, on US-Iran relations

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Rotary supporting rehabilitation for stroke survivors


Putting the wheels in motion to end polio



Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Tuesdays at
at the Gonville Hotel, Cambridge. Times vary so see the Programme for time and details. 7 days notice please by clicking the link in the meeting 'read more', or use the homepage 'How to contact us' or 'Visiting Rotarian' button to email.


CB1 1LY  01223 366611

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