Annual dedication of the Tree of Light - honouring, remembering or celebrating the life of special people. In aid of Rennie Grove and Rotary Charities.Details
The New Garden was officially open on Tuesday 19th October by Rotary President Christopher Tyrer with an informal ceremony involving school staff and pupilsDetails
Rotary International, founded in 1905, is the world's largest service organisation, whose stated purpose is to bring together business and professional leaders in order to provide humanitarian services, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations and help build goodwill and peace in the world. We are 1.2 million neighbours, friends, and community leaders who come together to create positive, lasting change in our communities and around the world.
The Rotary Club of Princes Risborough is a friendly club with over 50 dedicated individuals who exchange ideas, build relationships and take action.
As well as raising money for many charities within the local community and abroad, we also join with other local organisations, supporting each other in many ways For a list of our Donations please click here.
Our activities are many, for example the whole club supports the Kop Hill Climb motoring event in September attracting some 15,000 people to the event. For our most recent activities see "Latest News" below.
Every year, at the end of November in Dukes Street Garden, and in conjunction with the Rennie Grove Hospice we hold a Tree of Light dedication ceremony in memory of those who have passed away.
We are also very active in supporting Bucks Young Carers by allowing them some respite from their daily tasks by taking them to social functions and giving them a Christmas Party. In the summer we take them sailing for the day (a first for many of them)
We are justly proud of the efforts we have made in supporting the Princes Centre to become an independent care facility for the less able both old and young within Risborough.
We are equally proud of our support to our Interact Clubs at the Princes Risborough Secondary School and the Royal Grammar School in High Wycombe. This introduces young people who are setting out on their careers to the joys of supporting the community and raising money for worthwhile charities. Rotarians take turns in attending Interact meetings every school week.
As a club we support a number of International projects in Africa including the Ebola crisis.
As Rotarians fellowship is a key feature of our Club .We have many Social interests such as a monthly walking group, a weekly cycle group, a monthly Curry club ,Visits, Theatre trips, an annual sailing trip to Greece , Turkey or Croatia and many partner evenings enjoying a good speaker.
You can find out more about our projects and activities by browsing What We Do above.
You will make valuable connections with local community leaders who care about the issues facing our hometown. You will have the chance to apply your personal experience and professional skills to solve these challenges and create positive change.
As a member, you'll find opportunities to network and develop your professional skills. You can take the lead in developing projects, organizing events, and running our club.
How do I join?
If you are interested in joining our Club please click on "Contact".
Mon, Jan 17th 2022 7:30 pm
Presented by Jonathan Bush
Mon, Jan 24th 2022 7:30 pm
On the occasion of the 40th anniversary celebration of the club.
Thu, Feb 3rd 2022 9:30 am
Mon, Feb 14th 2022 7:30 pm
We meet on Mondays at 19.45((1st Monday of month 13:00)) Whiteleaf Golf Club
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