Rotary Club of Rickmansworth - welcome!

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Contact the Rickmansworth or Watford Rotary Clubs. The competition comprises schools from both areas and we run the competition jointly.

Rickmansworth contact - Brian on 01923 773092


About us

We are a friendly club of 10 members.  We have taken a bit of a holiday during this "Covid" time, as most of our few members full within the vulnerable citizens!  We have therefore not met although we do have a round-robin communication and newsletters to ensure business continues.  We hope this year to try to increase our membership, as the projects we persue are too valuable to our community to lose.

These are 

The Santa Run (house to house collection)  We raise over £5k which is distributed to local charities who then pass it to the  needy within our community

Dictionaries4Life - given to children at the Maple Cross JMI School and Chenies Junior School

Youth Competitions, principally

Technology Tournament

Youth Speaks

Ricky Young Musician of the Year.


We meet at The Bedford Arms Hotel in Chenies

2nd Tuesday of the month - we meet at lunchtime 12h30 for 13h00 start

4th Tuesday of the month we meet in the evenings at 19h00 for a 19h30 start.  This is usually a speaker meeting.  Nothing is presently set up but hopefully we will work on this soon, when we know we are going to be able to meet again.

Ad Hoc meetings - please see our Programme

We welcome anybody who is looking to help serve local, national or international projects, seeking fun and friendship, whether in employment or retired.

We would also  welcome new guests to any of our fortnightly meetings.
We would be pleased to talk to you about Rotary and how you, too, may become a member of this international service organisation.

We yearly support local charities in Rickmansworth, Chorleywood, Croxley Green and nearby communities in SW Hertfordshire.

The Club is part of the worldwide family of Rotary and therefore also contributes to Rotary supported charities across the globe.  This is done through our links with Rotary Clubs abroad so that we can be sure the money raised is properly directed to those in greatest need.

In the course of this year we have collected over £7,000 to devote to charitable projects.  This has been done by collections outside local stores, collections before Christmas by touring in our area with Santa Claus and Rudolf and by running events such as Quiz nights.

Examples of charities supported are:


Mill End Community Trust - Rickmansworth Food Bank  (yearly)

Watford & Three Rivers Refugee Partnership  (Yearly)


Recently collected to purchase a Defibrillator for Mill End Community Centre


Michael Sobell Hospice

Mount Vernon Cancer Centre

Contributions towards the new MRI scanner for Harefield Hospital.

The Epilepsey Society at Chalfont St Giles

Last year with a grant installed a public Defibrillator in Ricky Town Centre (CAB offices)


Motor Neurone Disease Association

The Alzheimers Society

Hearing Dogs for the Deaf 



Where Rainbow Meets - Vrygrond in South Africa (via Past President Wendy Coertze) 

Friends of Kigezi Diocese - Orphanage

Contribution to the Polio Plus campaign to eradicate Polio throughout the world, jointly run by Rotary and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Shelter boxes for international disasters such a Haiti & the Philippines

Aqua boxes to enable those in third world countries to have fresh water.


If you are interested in visiting us and possibly joining our Club, we meet at The Bedford Arms Hotel, Chenies, on Tuesdays (alternate lunch/evening). Please contact:

Secretary: Denise Wellham            07873 245822


Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Tuesdays at 1300 and 19h30

(2nd Tuesday of the month at 13h00, & 4th Tuesday of the month at 19h30) The Bedford Arms Hotel-Chenies

WD3 6EQ  01923 283301

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