A Warm Welcome to the Rotary Club of Cheltenham North.

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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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Carol Concert 2022

Carol Concert 2022

The Annual Carol Concert organised by Cheltenham North
will take place in the Princess Elizabeth Hall of the Ladies College
on 13th December 2022.
See "Details" for information on the Concert.
Details on the 2022 event to follow.

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District 1100 One day Conference

District 1100 One day Conference

The District One Day Conference is to be held at the BAWA Health & Leisure Club Bristol BS34 7RG
See "Details" for information on Programme. Application form available from Conference Chairman Richard Purdon (See Below)

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Formation of New Satellite Club for Cheltenham North

Formation of New Satellite Club for Cheltenham North

Next meeting THURSDAY 1st SEPTEMBER at 7:30am
Please see "Details" for the meeting location address, more information plus the six monthly update.

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Ukraine

Ukraine

Firstly a successful collection TOTALLING NEARLY £32000 on behalf.of Ukraine.
See "Details" for info.
Plus an update on the overall Rotary Support

Also please see details for a Statement by Rotary on the Ukraine Situation

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The Cheltenham Wine Festival 2022 on 29th October 2022

The Cheltenham Wine Festival 2022 on 29th October 2022

The 2021 Event raised nearly £11000 for Charities supported by Rotary

Tickets for the 2022 event now on Sale. "See Details"

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About us

                                                                ROTARY 2022/2023

The theme for the coming year 2022/2023 from Rotary International President Jennifer Jones, is Imagine.

  • “Imagine, a world that deserves our best, where we get up each day knowing that we can make a difference.”
  • For Rotary, engaging each member should be our core function.
  • We need to ask members what they want to get from Rotary and give them meaningful responsibilities.
  • “It is our offer of hands-on service, personal growth, leadership development, and lifelong friendships that creates purpose and passion,”
  • “You don’t imagine yesterday, you imagine tomorrow.”
We are delighted to represent Rotary International in Cheltenham. We are an established Club, of 46 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 spare time to helping those less fortunate than ourselves.

Usually, we meet on the 1st and 3rd Thursday evenings in the month, at 6p.m for a 6.30pm start.

Our venue details can be found on this website.

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

Every year we raise funds for great causes both at home and overseas.

This year we are supporting National Star College. They are due to start building some new student accommodation at Ullenwood and we are raising funds to equip a kitchen in one of the two new flats.

We are continuing to support ‘School in a Bag’, which will supply a school in Nepal with school bags for all this year’s intake of children.

We will continue to support LINC

In addition, we have planted 100 trees in celebration of one hundred years of Rotary in Cheltenham. We are grateful to the support received from the local Borough Council, Businesses and Organisations, Friends and Rotary Club Members. In recognition of our 50th anniversary as a club, we will be planting 50 more trees.

Apart from fund raising, this 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 bottom 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.



                                       


 

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Rotary Celebrates 100 Year's of Rotary in Cheltenham during 2021/2022

Mon, Nov 1st 2021 12:00 am - 1:00 am Mon, Oct 31st 2022

Rotary Celebrates 100 Year's of Rotary in Cheltenham during 2021/2022

The Three Rotary Clubs of Cheltenham are celebrating 100 year's of Rotary in Cheltenham during the Rotary Year 1/11/2021 to 31/10/2022.
See "Details" for information on events.

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Formation of New Satellite Club for Cheltenham North

Wed, Jun 1st 2022 7:30 am - 9:30 am Thu, Jun 1st 2023

Formation of New Satellite Club for Cheltenham North

Next meeting THURSDAY 1st SEPTEMBER at 7:30am
Please see "Details" for the meeting location address, more information plus the six monthly update.

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District Forum via Zoom

Tue, Aug 23rd 2022 7:00 pm

District Forum via Zoom

There will be a District 1100 Forum held via Zoom.
details to follow.

Tea Cruise with the Willow Trust

Sat, Aug 27th 2022 12:30 pm

Tea Cruise with the Willow Trust

It is proposed to support the Willow Trust at an afternoon Tea Cruise
See "Details" for more information.

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Club Meeting with Guest Speaker at the New Club

Thu, Sep 1st 2022 6:30 pm

Club Meeting with Guest Speaker at the New Club

Club Meeting with Guest Speaker Helen Plumb who is a Gemmologist.
Helen will give a talk on Jewellery Sones, Pearls etc.
Also visit by Assistant District Governor Colin Gatenby.
Host Michael Rouse

Linc and the Prescott Hill Climb

Sat, Sep 3rd 2022 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Sun, Sep 4th 2022

Linc and the Prescott Hill Climb

Cheltenham North Rotarians are supporting Linc over the
Weekend of 3/4 September at the Midlands Hill
Climb Championships

Council Meeting on 8th September 2022

Thu, Sep 8th 2022 5:30 pm

Council Meeting on 8th September 2022

A Club Council Meeting at the New Club
NOTE START TIME OF 5:30PM

Club Meeting with Guest Speaker at the New Club

Thu, Sep 15th 2022 6:30 pm

Club Meeting with Guest Speaker at the New Club

Club Meeting at the New Club with Guest Speaker
The Speaker will be David Hearle. Title of talk TBA
Host Mary Ann Rust

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Thursdays at 1800 for 1830

(1st, 3rd. and 5th.Thursdays are our normal meetings. 5th. Thursday usually with Partners. Meetings are with a two course meal. Cost £22 PP from 22/4/2022. SEE FUTURE EVENTS (PROGRAMME) FOR UPDATE ON LOCATION AND MEETING DETAILS) New Club
2 Montpelier Parade,
Cheltenham,
Gloucestershire,
GL50 1UD  Secretary :01 242 693718
W3W:  ///swear.mouse.shed

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