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Rotary Club of Soham Staploe - 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.

2019 Christmas Collections


A huge thanks to everyone involved in supporting this year's charity collections in aid of Magpas. Just over £2000 were raised and we look forward to presenting the Charity with the money soon.

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Presentation Night. Now 4th March 2020


Following the success of the Ely Firework Night and Christmas collections, presentations will be made to three organisations. Magpas, Little Wombatz and The Little Dragons. Guests welcome.

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Are you interested in joining Rotary ?


Rotary nowadays is far more flexible in it's approach to membership - it might not be what you think. No harm is asking, especially if you feel you would like to give a little of your valuable time and expertise to support your local community.

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Burns Night - January 2020


Members and Guests enjoyed traditional fayre at this years Burns Night held in the Maids Head. Rtn Geoff read the Selkirk grace and Rtn Iain addressed the haggis. Poems and drams were suitably enjoyed.

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Fill your plate for Polio - Buffet Evening Wed 25th March


We will be enjoying a money raising evening at the Ali Taj once again to help raise funds for Rotary's ongoing fight to eradicate Polio worldwide. Save the Date - Guests most welcome. Details to follow.

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Lincoln Vist- Feb 2020


President Alan took the opportunity city to visit Lincoln Rotary Club during a trip to the area in February this year. He is pictured with the Presidents of both Lincoln and Lincoln Bailgate, Peter Hill & Allan Orient respectively.

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About us

A warm welcome to all website visitors whether you are a member, a visiting Rotarian, a Friend of Rotary, a guest or potentially a new member.

Please feel free to explore our new website layout by using the various tabs and menus.

We hope the website will be of interest to you and provide you with the information you are looking for.

We also hope that the website gives you a flavour of what our particular Rotary Club is involved in within the Soham and surrounding village communities.

Our style is generally informal but focused on helping within the local community where we can.

We are a small Club of 15 men and women with membership ages from 39 to 80 who are, or have been, engaged in many different professions with a broad spectrum of interests. Members live in Soham and the surrounding area including Fordham, Cottenham, Ely, Wicken, Burwell and Downham Market.

We also have three associate members who are able to join us periodically.

Thank you for visiting our website!

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Happening soon...

Meetings and events happening soon

Meal - Membership Evening - Iain Sutherland

Wednesday 26th February 19.45

Meal - Membership Evening - Iain Sutherland


Iain will be facilitating his annual review of Club activities and aspirations Club members may wish to be incorporated into the way the Club goes forward.

Presentation Night. Now 4th March 2020

Wednesday 4th March 19.45

Presentation Night. Now 4th March 2020


Following the success of the Ely Firework Night and Christmas collections, presentations will be made to three organisations. Magpas, Little Wombatz and The Little Dragons. Guests welcome.

Business Meeting

Wednesday 11th March 19.45

Business Meeting


Meal - Speaker Finder, Bill Rind

Wednesday 18th March 19.45

Meal - Speaker Finder, Bill Rind


Bill's guest and speaker will be Amy Boyce, We welcome Amy back to hear how progress is going with their Uniform recycling scheme. Guests welcome.

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Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

The Maid's Head
12 High Street
Wicken
Cambridgeshire
We meet on Wednesdays at 19.15 for 19.45 start
(PLEASE NOTE THE EARLER MEETING TIMES - Please confirm apologies or any additional visiting guests by midday on Tuesday to Hon.Treasurer Stuart Cavanagh 01353 721286.)
The Maid's Head
12 High Street
Wicken
Cambridgeshire
CB7 5XR  01353 720727

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