Modern Slavery event May 20th - Thu 20th May at 18.00

Our speakers will take us on a journey from the front line combatting Modern Slavery with Gemma Kirby of the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA) who work closely with the police and NGOs to rescue victims and prosecute their oppressors.

Modern Slavery

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ROTARY ENDING POLIO – THANK YOU CIRENCESTER!

ROTARY ENDING POLIO – THANK YOU CIRENCESTER!

The President of Cirencester Rotary Club Mark Wilton now viewing the blooming Purple Polio Crocuses he donated to the Community Gardens project in Kemble, following collection of Purple Polio bulbs from district organiser Keith Dunmur last year.

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Cirencester Rotary Club and Corinium Radio

Cirencester Rotary Club and Corinium Radio

Listen to a recent interview with Andy Kerr discussing our Charity walk Land's End to John o'Groats and back (equivalent) to fund raise for our local charities. Also a listing of past Rotary interviews.

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Join us in Rotary

Join us in Rotary

Join us to make a difference and have fun doing it!

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Rotary donates Robotic Companion Cats to Local Care Homes

Rotary donates Robotic Companion Cats to Local Care Homes

Rotary Club of Wakefield links with Cirencester Rotary to source Robotic Cats to support and comfort people who have Dementia

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Rotary equips preschool in Sierra Leone update & report from local Father Sam

Rotary equips preschool in Sierra Leone update & report from local Father Sam

Photo update of start and progress. Also listen to an enthusiastic interview with our Project Leader, Nurse Lynn Adlington + See Rotary Round-up bulletin's report

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2 Rotary 'Paul Harris Fellowship' Awards presented

2 Rotary 'Paul Harris Fellowship' Awards presented

President Mark Wilton & Past President Bob Allison receive Awards & presented as 2nd Pandemic lock-down restrictions slowly lift under social distancing. Thanks go to Chris Tovey and Jerry Clarke for their discrete arrangements.

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About us




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Cirencester Chamber of Commerce https://www.cirencesterchamber.org.uk


Corinium Radio - https://coriniumradio.com/shows/



Cirencester Rotary Club is a local club for local people who want to make a difference by the application of the ideal of service in each Rotarian’s personal, business and community life.


Members give their time to a range of fundraising activities enabling Rotary to support charities in the local area and to help people abroad when disaster strikes.


The Cirencester club was founded in 1929 by people seeking to help others and each other; today it has the same ideals for all its members, both men and women. Members meet regularly (most Wednesday evenings) at the Royal Agricultural University.


Cirencester Rotary Club is part of Rotary International which has a worldwide membership of some1.2 million members; there is an international Charity, The Rotary Foundation which is rated as one of the top five not-for-profit organisations in the world and is heavily involved in the End Polio Now international campaign.


Please take the time to look at what we do and, hopefully, what we can do for you!

Mark Wilton - Cirencester Rotary Club President  2020 - 2021.


If you would like to contact the Club please use the 'Contact' button at the bottom of this homepage, or email: cirenrotary@gmail.com

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Calendar of events number 24  2021  

DATE

MEETING

SPEAKER

                                      DETAILS

21.04.21

CLUB ZOOM MEETING 7.00pm

Discussion of the final proposal of the way forward for our club

PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF TIME TO THE MEETING.   7.00PM

     28.04.21

CLUB ZOOM MEETING 6.15pm

05.05.21

CLUB ZOOM MEETING 6.15pm

David Head

David will talk to us about the “Doolittle Raid” of WW11.

The presentation covers the Raid from its conception to fulfilment and explains how this single event dramatically impacted on the War in the Pacific. It was the beginning of the end for the Japanese advancement in the Pacific. The Raid forced Japan to instigate the attack on Midway, where the main Japanese fleet was destroyed and the battle from which Japan never recovered.

12.05.21

19.05.21

CLUB ZOOM MEETING 6.15pm

Ashley Jones.

Regional Fraud Protection Advisor for the South West Regional Organised Crime Unit. Talking about his role of how he undertakes the activity that reduces economic crime (fraud), through improving awareness and promoting preventive measures with individuals and organisations, to enable them to better protect themselves from economic crime. His role is funded by the Home Office Law enforcement body serving all police force areas of the South West of England.

26.05.21

CLUB ZOOM MEETING 6.15pm

CLUB AGM

02.06.21

CLUB ZOOM MEETING 6.15pm

CUB ASSEMBLY

09.06.21

 MEETING CANELLED

10.06.21

CLUB ZOOM MEETING  10.30am

Twinning with Camden Rotary Club, Australia

A lively chat between two clubs,               planned to last about 80mins.

16.06.21

23.06.21

30.06.21

5th WEDNESDAY

NO MEETING

07.07.21

CLUB ZOOM MEETING 6.15pm

Public Speaking Competition.

Kingshill and Deer Park

The audience will be Club members, School, Parents and Guests. 

14.07.21

21.07.21

28.07.21

04.08.21

11.08.21

18.08.21

25.08.21

01.09.21

08.09.21

15.09.21

22.09.21

29.09.21

5th WEDNESDAY      NO MEETING

06.10.21

13.10.21

20.10.21

27.10.21

03.11.21

10.11.21

17.11.21

24.11.21

01.12.21

08.12.21

15.12.21

Christmas Dinner RAU

22.12.21

CAROL SERVICE

29.12.21

NO MEETING

05.01.22

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Modern Slavery event May 20th

Thu, May 20th 2021 6:00 pm

Modern Slavery event May 20th

Our speakers will take us on a journey from the front line combatting Modern Slavery with Gemma Kirby of the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA) who work closely with the police and NGOs to rescue victims and prosecute their oppressors.

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Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Wednesdays at times below:

(1st and 3rd Wednesdays - 6.15pm Tea and Business Meeting, these meetings last about an hour. 2nd Wednesday - 7.30pm Members and Guests evening with meal and Speaker. 4th Wednesday - 7.30pm Members Dinner with Speaker.) Royal Agricultural University, Stroud Road, Cirencester


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