King's Lynn Priory Rotary Club (Club 1180)
We welcome new members to either our main club or the satellite club
We are a friendly and active club with a very wide range of community and fundraising projects and a full social calender. We are proud to be part of the worldwide Rotary community.
. We have also established a satellite club aimed at those who are not able or ready to commit to full membership of the club. If you want to know more about Rotary click on the following linkhttp://rotarygbi.org/about-us/communities For more on the satellite club click on What We Do above and select the Satellite Club page
Due to the Coronavirus all our nomal meetings at the golf club and and all events have been cancelled until further notice. We are continuing to meet weekly using Zoom.
- 16 members, partners and friends of the club collected over 30 bags of rubbish from cycle paths leading away from Lynnsport on Saturday 24th April.
- The sustainable oven at the Kacwamango Primary School in Uganda is almost complete
- school Work has started on a borehole to provide permanent water to the Grace Orphanage in Kathmandu
- Easter eggs intended for Sandringham Easter Egg Trail donated to local food banks.
- New Environment group established following the decision of Rotary International to make the Environment a 7th area of focus. See what we do pages.
- Excellent attendance at our weekly Zoom meetings during the pandemic averaging more than 20 for a wide range of speakers and fun events such as "Desert Island Discs".
- During the COVID epidemic we have continued to support the King's Lynn Night Shelter and the Purfleet Trust which provides support for homeless people.
- Well done to Jonathan Holmes and his friends Phil Brown and Jim Hodgkinson for completing the Lands end to John 0'Groats cycle ride and raising almost £4000 for East Anglia Air Ambulance.
- The handover of the presidency from David Mills to Derek Stringer took place in Derek Stringer's garden with very limited attendance due to the Coroanavirus. However Videos may be seen at
- £500 donated to both Samaritans and King's Lynn Food Bank to help response to increased need and reduced funding during coronovirus pandemic
- Swimarathon raises £12500 for local charities
- About £1500 raised for the End Polio Now programme by the dinner held at Knights Hill Hotel.
In the past year we have distributed almost £20,000 to local charities. We run an annual harvest supper for the elderly and provide Dictionaries for Life to several schools.
If you would like to attend one of our meetings or are interested in joining the club please get in touch by clicking the the following link contact