Rotary Club of Southampton Solent - welcome!

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Our President for 2020/21

Our President for 2020/21

Message from our new President

Rotaract Club of Southampton

Rotaract Club of Southampton

Rotaract Southampton is a new club in the city looking for passionate individuals who want to be part of something different in their local community and make positive changes to the world around them


About us

The Rotary Club of Southampton was founded in the early days of Rotary--the 21st Club to be chartered on this side of the Atlantic and only 13 years after the World Founder, Paul Harris, started the Rotary Movement in Chicago in 1905. 

Within our membership have been numerous notable Rotarians, who have made significant contributions to the well-being of both our City and its citizens. 

Our history relates countless tales of acts of Service to the Community, of fund raising, and of friendship and social events enjoyed by the members. For many years we have been the largest and most active of all the Clubs in District 1110 (bowing only to Portsmouth and Southsea Club in terms of seniority) and today, although smaller than a few years ago, we can still boast a vibrant membership, including many members who have been fully active for many decades.

During the current Covid-19 situation our Members are attending monthly ZOOM meetings.  We have been encouraged by the attendance at these meetings. 

For the time being we have decided not to hold Club Council meetings but conduct our Club Business at the monthly Members meetings.

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Fridays at 1100

(Last Friday of every month) Stoneham Ln.
North Stoneham

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