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Rotary Club of Cirencester - welcome! Please scroll/swipe down through this page to find out more about us, in addition to the pages linked in the menu, top-left.

Join us in Rotary


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

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Not the Newsletter


... gives a photographic round-up of some Club events and other items of interest from October to December.

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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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The Thames Path Challenge: 184 miles walked in 16 days & £2,200 raised


ALAN RICE-SMITH has organised this fundraising appeal on behalf of ROTARY CLUB OF CIRENCESTER TRUST FUND. Donations eligible for Gift Aid. Over £2,500 raised!

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Cirencester Rotary Club and Corinium Radio


Listen to a recent interview with our President Mark Wilton, and past Rotary interviews and in particular, Alan Welsford about the History of the Club.

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We remain People of Action! - 12th August 2020 - Rotary Club donates £2,000 each to The Big Yellow Bus Project and Cotswold Counselling


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About us




Cirencester Rotary Club Rotary is a local club for local people who want to make a difference.


Rotary's motto is "service above self" and that is the bond which ties together the members of the Club. 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.

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https://www.rotary-ribi.org/clublogin.php


Calendar of events number Eight   2020  

Date

Meeting

02.09.20

CLUB ZOOM MEETING 6.30pm

Business Meeting with break out sessions

09.09.20

CLUB ZOOM MEETING 6.30pm

Father Sam

16.09.20

CLUB ZOOM MEETING 5pm

Murry Jacobs

Virtual Zoom tour of the Must-Sees of Cambridge, He is a Cambridge Green Badge Guide and he will be taking us round all of the major sights and with lots of historical information.

23.09.20

ZOOM

30.09.20

ZOOM

07.10.20

CLUB ZOOM MEETING 6:15pm

Jeremy Prescott

About the Sinking of the British Troop Ship ‘SS Laconia’ in 1942 off the west coast of Africa by a German U Boat and the recue of some of the survivors.

14.10.20

ZOOM

21.10.20

ZOOM

28.10.20

ZOOM

04.11.20

ZOOM

11.11.20

CLUB ZOOM MEETING 6:15pm

Paul Barnett.

His talk is entitled “Route on the Riviera-Exercise Tiger-The Slapton Sands Disaster”

Its about tragic events of the night of April 28th1944, an exercise in preparation for the   D Day landings that went very wrong.

18.11.20

ZOOM

25.11.20

ZOOM

02.12.20

ZOOM

09.12.20

CLUB ZOOM MEETING 6.15pm

Charlmers Cusley

Transporting convicts to Australia

The personal story of Benjamin Cursley, Royal Marine, Cordwainer, first Fleeter and Hawkesbury Pioneer. Benjamin served as a Royal Marine guard on the Fiest Fleet convict transport ship ‘Friendship’ 1787 – 1788.

16.12.20

ZOOM

23.12.20

ZOOM

30.12.20

ZOOM

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MEETING & VENUE

STEWARD

GRACE

SPEAKER

06.01.21

Tea meeting Plough 6.15

13.01.21

Guest Night RAU  KRR 7.30pm

Alan Rice-Smith

Alan will give a talk  ‘The Thames Path Challenge’  and naturally it will be about his experiences over the walk with the aid of slides.

20.01.21

Business Meeting. RAU. Lecture Theatre 6.15pm,

27.01.21

Members Dinner RAU. 7.30pm


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Rotary News

Be part of a global network of volunteers, trying to make the world a better place. Please also see the 'links & news' page for information from the local district and live feeds from Rotary International and Rotary International in GB&I.

Rotary supporting rehabilitation for stroke survivors


Putting the wheels in motion to end polio



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


GL76JS  01285 652531

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