WELCOME TO THE NEW FOREST ROTARY CLUB. DUE TO COVID19 WE ARE HAVING DIFFICULTY RAISING FUNDS TO SUPPORT LOCAL CHARITIES. PLEASE SEE OUR APPEAL FOR HELP BELOW.

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OUR 35TH ANNUAL CHARITY GOLF DAY

OUR 35TH ANNUAL CHARITY GOLF DAY

Our first live event since the pandemic restrictions - we aim to make it memorable.

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Celebration With Honeypot Charities 25th Anniversary Celebration

Celebration With Honeypot Charities 25th Anniversary Celebration

25 Years of help to young carers

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Local Donations Made in 2021.

Local Donations Made in 2021.

We continue to be make donations to local charitable groups during the Covid pandemic. We show some of them here.

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MORE DONATIONS TO FOOD BANKS. MARCH 2021

MORE DONATIONS TO FOOD BANKS. MARCH 2021

Extra funds from the Dan Snow Evening, added to the Club Charity funds enabled us to give £4,500 to those in need

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HELP FOR CHARITIES SINCE THE START OF THE PANDEMIC.

HELP FOR CHARITIES SINCE THE START OF THE PANDEMIC.

We are helping local charities through the present coronavirus situation. Due to the pandemic we are having difficulties in raising funds. See below to find how to help us.

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CROCUS PLANTING IN TOTTON AND LYNDHURST

CROCUS PLANTING IN TOTTON AND LYNDHURST

The purple crocus references the purple dye painted on a child's little finger to show that it has been immunised against polio. See more information below

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About us


DUE TO COVID19 WE ARE UNABLE TO RAISE OUR USUAL FUNDS 

If you wish to donate to help us provide much needed support to charitable organisations within the New Forest please click on this Donate button:

  

WE HAVE HAD TO CANCEL REGULAR FACE TO FACE CLUB MEETINGS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE 

REST ASSURED WE ARE STILL ACTIVE AND CAN BE CONTACTED VIA THE 'CONTACT' LINK AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE.

WE HAVE STARTED VIDEO CONFERENCING USING ZOOM.    ON THE FIRST MONDAY EVENING OF THE MONTH WE USUALLY HAVE  A 'FAMILY AND FRIENDS' ZOOM MEETING WITH A SPEAKER.  ON THE THIRD MONDAY WE ARE HAVING REGULAR 'BUSINESS AND COUNCIL' MEETINGS.

SEE THE ENTRIES  ON THE MEETINGS AND EVENTS PAGES FROM THE MENU BARS AT THE TOP LEFT OF THIS PAGE.

Like all Rotary Clubs, the New Forest Club is a friendly and active group of men and women.   We currently have a total of 32 full members and 17 Honorary Members.

Members live throughout the New Forest National Park area, including in Lyndhurst, Brockenhurst, Totton, Ashurst, Burley and just outside in Romsey and Lymington.  Prior to Covid-19 we met in Lyndhurst, known as the capital of the New Forest, and we take full advantage of this beautiful area.

We had a meeting most Monday evenings, built lasting friendships and business relationships, organised many fund raising events which enable us to donate about £20,000 each year to local and international charities and, very importantly, we enjoy ourselves doing it. We normally met on Monday evenings for a meal followed by a speaker, committees, business or other activities.  

Please get in touch via the 'Contact' link at the top of this page. 

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Happening soon...

ZOOM MEETING. SPEAKER BILL DOUGLAS

Mon, Aug 2nd 2021 7:15 pm

ZOOM MEETING. SPEAKER BILL DOUGLAS "SEEING HISTORY THROUGH POSTAGE STAMPS"

THE CROWN HAS SUFFERED FROM THE PINGDEMIC and cannot staff the Hotel as planned. Tim will host the Zoom meeting and we will have what promises to be a fascinating talk. Full details below.

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Business  Meeting16 August.

Mon, Aug 16th 2021 7:30 pm

Business Meeting16 August.

Zoom meeting

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Mondays at 6.45 PM.

(First Monday monthly (variable) we meet at 6.45 for 7.15 with partners.Not Bank Holidays. Third Monday Business 6,15 for 6.45. Informal meets in the New Forest Inn, second and fourth Mondays 6.15. No fifth Monday meeting. ALWAYS CHECK THE PROGRAMME) The Crown Manor Hotel, High Street, Lyndhurst


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