Belmont School Summer Fete - Sat 13th Jul at 11.00

Members of the Rotary Club of Cheltenham North are supporting the Belmont School Summer Fete as Volunteers on the day.
NOTE CHANGE OF DATE

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Cheltenham North News

Cheltenham North News

This is a summary of our activities over the past twelve months.
You can also view our Club Bulletin in the "What we Do" area of the Home Page of this website.

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Cheltenham Wine Festival 13th April 2024

Cheltenham Wine Festival 13th April 2024

The Cheltenham Wine Festival took place on 13th April 2024
Pictures taken during the event are now available here.

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Pendyrus Choir Concert 18th May 2024

Pendyrus Choir Concert 18th May 2024

A Concert by the Pendyrus Choir plus Soloist Cathy Keating a well known Professional Soprano.
The Concert raised approx. £600 for Rotary Charities.
Pictures are available here to view.

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Rotary and Cheltenham North an Overview

Rotary and Cheltenham North an Overview

An overview of Rotary and the activities of the Rotary Club of Cheltenham North

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Carol Concert at the Ladies College

Carol Concert at the Ladies College

The 46th Annual Carol Concert organised by Members of Cheltenham North Rotary Club will take place on the 17th December at the Princess Hall Ladies College.
Details on Participants and Ticket Purchase to follow.

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Cheltenham Community Grants

Cheltenham Community Grants

Tht Cheltenham Rotary Clubs are providing Community Grants to Local Organisations.
See "Details for more information.

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About us

                                                                ROTARY 2024/2025

                         

                                                     Celebrating 120 years of Rotary! 

Rotary has turned 120. Our International President Stephanie Urchick has chosen 'The Magic of Rotary' as her theme, having seen people's reaction, to Rotarians volunteering across the world. 

Our network of 1.4 million unpaid volunteers are transforming lives, bringing people together and making a difference.  

Rotary throughout the world promotes – Peace, Fighting Disease, Providing Clean Water, Saving Mothers and Children, Supporting Education, Growing Local Economies, Protecting the Environment. 

We are delighted to represent Rotary International in Cheltenham. Cheltenham North is an established Club, of 38 members. We are always keen to attract interest about our work in the Community. We are open to both women and men, who wish to devote their spare time to helping those less fortunate and to suatainably improve our local community. 

Usually, we meet on the 1st and 3rd Monday evenings in the month, at the Queens Hotel, 6pm for a 6.30pm start. 

We operate with an ethos of an enjoyable, warm, welcoming, and fun club. #

While principally a volunteering organisation, we raise funds for several causes both at home and overseas. In addition to our international projects, i.e. polio erradication, disaster relief, Shelterbox and School in a Bag; this year we are raising the awareness of Rotary, particularly in the Cheltenham area; so instead of donating to large national charities, we are targeting 'small and local' endeavours. 

We will continue to support local organisations and help schools with reading skills and at their regular events.

Our environmental activities over the past years include planting of 150 trees throughout the town and more recently planting purple flowering crocus bulbs, to remind us of the purple marker used in remote areas, to assist the WHO to judge the effectiveness of the polio vaccination programme, 

Apart from volunteering and fund raising, the website gives details of our other activities including our club programme and varied social events. 

Thank you for reading about us on this page. Further information on our programme can be found within the "Future Events" box towards the top of this page. 

If you wish to know more about our Club and its activities this can be obtained through the “Contact" and "What we Do" boxes at the top of this page. 

                                        Trust Fund registered Charity Number 1021635 C                                           

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Rotary Cluster Conference

Fri, Jun 28th 2024 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Sun, Jun 30th 2024

Rotary Cluster Conference

A Cluster Conference covering Four Districts
See "Details" For Provisional Programme and Timings.

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Club Meeting with Speaker at the Queens Hotel

Mon, Jul 1st 2024 6:30 pm

Club Meeting with Speaker at the Queens Hotel

Club Meeting plus Speaker at the Queens Hotel
The Speaker Professor Colin Terrell PHD (London) HCPC (PYL22047), CPsychol, AFBPsS, will give a talk on "Maintaining Brain Health".

Host Ann Carter

Council Meeting

Thu, Jul 11th 2024 10:00 am

Council Meeting

A Club Council Meeting with Michael

Belmont School Summer Fete

Sat, Jul 13th 2024 11:00 am

Belmont School Summer Fete

Members of the Rotary Club of Cheltenham North are supporting the Belmont School Summer Fete as Volunteers on the day.
NOTE CHANGE OF DATE

Club Meeting with Speakers at the Queens Hotel

Mon, Jul 15th 2024 6:30 pm

Club Meeting with Speakers at the Queens Hotel

A Club Meeting at the Queens Hotel
Guest Speakers Monica Farthing and Tina will give a talk on "National Star's Charity Shop"
Host Vivien Barr

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Mondays at 1800 for 1830

(1st, 3rd. and 5th.Mondays are our normal meetings. 5th. Monday usually with Partners. No Meetings on Bank Holidays. Meetings are with a two course meal. Cost £25 PP. SEE FUTURE EVENTS (PROGRAMME) FOR UPDATE ON LOCATION AND MEETING DETAILS) Queens Hotel
The Promenade
Montpellier
Cheltenham
GL50 1NN  01 242 514754
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