Celebrating our Centenary in 2022, we are a mix of business people, entrepreneurs and professionals making connections whilst working for local and international good causes.

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Centenary of Rotary in Cambridge

Centenary of Rotary in Cambridge

We and our colleagues in the three other Cambridge clubs are celebrating 100 years of Rotary service this year

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Our Club's Charity Activities

Our Club's Charity Activities

Our members take part in many hands-on activities as listed below

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Support for Ukraine

Support for Ukraine

Financial support for Ukrainians in Cambridge and East Anglia

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Young Photographer Competition 2022 RESULTS

Young Photographer Competition 2022 RESULTS

The best of nearly 90 entries to this year's competition, including the National Winner in the Age 7-10 Group, Horatio Martin

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Rotary Youth Competitions

Rotary Youth Competitions

We sponsor four annual events for young people

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Rotary 'END POLIO NOW'

Rotary 'END POLIO NOW'

Rotary Clubs worldwide are spear-heading the drive to eliminate polio

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About us


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Click here for a sample of our members' interests outside Rotary

We are the longest-established Rotary Club in Cambridgeshire and are celebrating our Centenary in 2022. We are one of 46,000 clubs with 1.4m members worldwide, with unlimited opportunities for local and international engagement and co-operation. 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 and the 'What We Do' menu above. Members are also personally involved in local charity events, other learning opportunities for young people and the construction of a school and medical centre 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 most Tuesdays at Gonville Hotel overlooking Parker's Piece in the centre of Cambridge. We often hear interesting talks by speakers from the Cambridge and wider community. Click here for more details. Our typical timetable (subject to change) is:
1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month - Lunch at 1:00 pm;
2nd Tuesday - Breakfast at 7:30 am;
4th Tuesday - Zoom Meeting;
5th Tuesday - Dinner at 7:00 pm

Visiting Rotarians are asked to give at least 5 days notice of wishing to attend by email to the Secretary using the Contact Us link below

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Happening soon...

Tue, Jul 5th 2022 1:00 pm

Club Handover

At Gonville Hotel. The officers for the new Rotary Year will be inducted.

Tue, Jul 12th 2022 7:30 am

Breakfast Meeting

At Gonville Hotel

Tue, Jul 19th 2022 1:00 pm

'Club Matters'

At Gonville Hotel. Discussion of our current projects and plans

Tue, Jul 26th 2022 12:00 pm

No Meeting

This event has been replaced with a Ukraine fundraising picnic on Saturday 30 July

Picnic for Ukraine

Sat, Jul 30th 2022 6:30 pm

Picnic for Ukraine

Bring your own food and drink event. £10 per person

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Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Tuesdays at

(Gonville Hotel [when we have live meetings]. Please see the events diary for details. Visiting Rotarians are asked to contact the Secretary using the Contact Us button (above / left) at least five days in advance.) Gonville Hotel
Gonville Place
Cambridge
CB1 1LY  01223 366611
W3W:  ///trials.venues.gather

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