Rotary Club of Cambridge Rutherford - welcome! Please scroll/swipe down through this page to find out more about us, in addition to the pages linked in the menu, top-left.
Rutherford supported Library opens at Arthur Rank Hospice
Unveiling of a special plaque to commemorate Rutherford's support of the Library by the Mayor of Cambridgedetails
Rutherford's Cambridge Castle School Project
Rutherford members, staff and pupils celebrate the completion of the Castle School make overdetails
Children in Need Collection
Rutherford, supporting 2019 Children in Need, collected over £1,600details
The Rotary Club of Cambridge Rutherford was founded in 1983. We are a friendly and welcoming club with 35 members drawn from leaders in business and professional sectors in Cambridge. We meet weekly on Thursday at lunchtime, except the final Thursday of the month when we usually meet in the evening. Please see below for details and timings of our meetings for the next 4 weeks (note that occasionally our timing or venue changes). For details of meetings further ahead please go to Future Programme
We are fortunate to have Queens' College, Cambridge as our regular meeting venue. The college was founded in 1448, our meetings take place in rooms off Cloister Court which has seen little change since that time (pictured below)
Visitors are most welcome but we do ask you to advise us beforehand, please see our contact details on the Meetings and Venue information panel below.
For all other enquiries please contact our Secretary by clicking this link
Meetings and events happening soon
Thu, Mar 4th 2021 6:00 pm
Rutherford Club Night
Organised by the Community Service Committee (via Zoom) a 'what will it be tonight, night' - to consist of almost anything! Games, quizzes, competitions, stories or just catching up.
Sun, Mar 14th 2021 5:00 pm
Rutherford's 'Virtual Pub'. Club members' themed meetings (via Zoom links provided)
Thu, Mar 25th 2021 6:00 pm
Club Service Committee Speaker Evening
Speaker (via Zoom) to be confirmed
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Meetings & Venue
Where and when:
(Visitors are requested to contact our Attendance Officer Richard Scurr, before 12 noon Tuesday, by telephone 01223 351317 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org Meetings on the last Thursday of each month are held in the evening from 7.15pm)