About us

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We are a friendly and active club, supporting many charities and we have a range of social activities. Each week we meet for lunch and regularly have interesting speakers.  We have around 40 members and we welcome enquiries from prospective new members who would like to work with us towards our goal of improving our community locally, nationally and internationally.

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Worldwide there are about 1.2 million Rotarian members in 34,000 clubs in 160 countries. People join Rotary to "give back" to their communities and to connect with like-minded leaders and friends.  Together, we empower youth, improve health, promote peace and advance our communities throughout the world. We hope you find our activities interesting; to contact us, select the Contact link. We will be very pleased to hear from you.


Happening soon...

Meetings and events happening soon

Thursday 22nd February 13.00

Lunch followed by a talk

After lunch, there will be a talk by Richard Harknett on "Our Founder" and the induction of Michele Odell and then Bill Fairhall will talk about Speakers for 2018/19.

Saturday 24th February 19.00

International Quiz and Fish 'n Chips supper

This year, the International Quiz will again be held to support the work of Medecins sans Frontieres. More details soon ...


Thursday 1st March 13.00

Lunch followed by a talk

After lunch, there will be a talk by Brian Dibb on "Doing two years for the Queen"

Thursday 8th March 13.00

Lunch folllowed by a business meeting

After lunch, there will be a business meeting to consider the minutes of the Board meetings held in February and March and then Tony Power will talk about Tune-Up discussion 2.

Friday 9th March 19.00

Wine Tasting Evening

The wine tasting will be in the experienced hands of Rotarians David Crowe and Peter Stotesbury and will be held at the Park Langley Club. Arrive at 7.00 for 7.30 pm.


Thursday 15th March 13.00

Partners invited lunch followed by a talk

After lunch, there will be a talk by David Gann on "Musical Memories - the history of popular music".

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Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

The Parklangley Club         
44a Wickham Way                 
We meet on Thursdays at 13.00
The Parklangley Club
44a Wickham Way
BR3 3AF  020 8658 9028

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