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Rotary Club of New Forest- 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.

ROTARY GOLF CHALLENGE. THE 25 TEAMS


CHARITY GOLF CHALLENGE AT BRAMSHAW GOLF CLUB

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Solent Dolphin 30th Anniversary.


A special trip on the Alison MacGregor and a party to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the Solent Dolphin Charity, set up by New Forest Rotary.

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Family and Friends Dinner. Handover Evening.


Introducing President Philip's New Local Charities.

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THE ANNUAL GATEWAY GAMES. Teams from a wide area.


We help fund and steward the competitions at this fun annual event. Optional lunch at The Huntsman, Lots of the Rotary family plus other helpers stewarded this fun-filled event in Brockenhurst College.

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NEW FOREST ROTARY 34th CHARITY GOLF CHALLENGE


CHARITY GOLF CHALLENGE AT BRAMSHAW GOLF CLUB. A great success with a record profit for charity of £6,179.38 Thank you everybody. Full story below.

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Romsey Male Voice Choir with Students from Brockenhurst College


Rotary Club of New Forest Event. An evening of great entertainment. St Michael & All Angels Church, Lyndhurst. Charity Concert 50% of profits to Minstead Trust.one of President Philip's Charities.

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About us

WECOME TO OUR NEW FOREST ROTARY CLUB WEBSITE

Like all Rotary Clubs, the New Forest Club is a friendly and active dual-gender group. We currently have a total of 34 full members and 13 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.  We meet in Lyndhurst, known as the capital of the New Forest, and we take full advantage of this beautiful area.

We have a meeting most Monday evenings, build lasting friendships and business relationships, organise fund raising events which enable us to donate about £20,000 each year to local and international charities and, very importantly, enjoy ourselves doing it. We normally meet on Monday evenings for a meal followed by a speaker, committees, business or other activities.  Recently we have developed a monthly system in which we have two formal meetings only and two in a pub: more details shown elsewhere on this page. 

Visiting Rotarians and their partners and non-Rotarians who are interested in our activities are very welcome at any of our meetings.  Please get in touch via the 'Contact' link at the top of this page. 



Happening soon...

Meetings and events happening soon

6.15 for 6.45 pm. Crown Hotel. Business and Council Meeting

Monday 21st October -

6.15 for 6.45 pm. Crown Hotel. Business and Council Meeting


Hosts: Baker, Blaylock..

CROCUS PLANTING AT LYNDHURST COMMUNITY CENTRE

Wednesday 23rd October -

CROCUS PLANTING AT LYNDHURST COMMUNITY CENTRE


John Brown i/c

Friday 25th October 10.00 - 16.00 Saturday 26th October

CROCUS PLANTING 3,000 BULBS FOR TOTTON


From 10 - 12 noon and 2 -4 pm on Friday and Saturday. Rotarians needed to help to 'End Polio Now'. Bring a small trowel if you have
one. See full details below.

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New Forest Inn. Informal Meeting.6.15 pm.  Order meal before 6.30.

Monday 28th October -

New Forest Inn. Informal Meeting.6.15 pm. Order meal before 6.30.


New Forest Rotary Charity Quiz at Brockenhurst

Friday 1st November 18.45

New Forest Rotary Charity Quiz at Brockenhurst


Our annual Brockenhurst Quiz in the Village Hall. Teams of 8. (We can put members together for you) Dave is organising.

Saturday 2nd November 19.30 -

Romsey Male Voice Choir with Students from Brockenhurst College


Rotary Club of New Forest Event. An evening of great entertainment. St Michael & All Angels Church, Lyndhurst. Charity Concert 50% of profits to Minstead Trust.one of President Philip's Charities.

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Monday 4th November -

6.45 for 7.15 pm.at The Crown. Family and Friends with Speaker.


Speaker - Charlie Threlfall.on "HMS Broadsword & the Falklands War.Bomb Alley Survivors Club". See below for more details.
Hosts: .Calvert and Chalstrey

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New Forest Inn .6.15 pm.  Informal Meeting. Order meal before 6.30.

Monday 11th November -

New Forest Inn .6.15 pm. Informal Meeting. Order meal before 6.30.


Pub Meeting: Presentation of Defibrillator to Ms Terry Kane of Cadnam First Response Team.

6.15 for 6.45 pm. Crown Hotel. Business and Council Meeting

Monday 18th November -

6.15 for 6.45 pm. Crown Hotel. Business and Council Meeting


Hosts:Clarke, Dawes.

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Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Mondays at 6.15 FOR 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 at New Forest Inn, second and fourth Mondays 6.15. No fifth Monday meeting. ALWAYS CHECK THE PROGRAMME)
The Crown Manor Hotel, High Street, Lyndhurst SO43 7NL  023 8028 3923

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