About us

In November 1929, a group of local businessmen and prominent residents founded Hounslow Rotary Club to serve their local community and the wider world.

Over more than 90 years Hounslow Rotarians have donated professional expertise and raised funds for donation to a wide variety of local and national groups and causes. 

In the 1930s, for example, we were instrumental in founding a “Council of Social Services” in the borough. 

In the 1940s we began to give careers advice to young people.

In the 1950s we were funding initiatives for the elderly, for local schools and apprentices and for hospitals and health centres. 

In the 1960s we were working with the Council, with the Chamber of Commerce and with local employers to improve the economic, welfare and social life of Hounslow people.

We also undertook many international projects.

Hounslow Rotary Club has responded to the current pandemic crisis and, whilst continuing to support local projects, is supporting local foodbanks, the community kitchen and staff at West Middlesex Hospital. We also responded to the Indian Covid crisis.

We meet most Monday evenings. If you would like to join our meeting (overseas Rotarians particularly welcome) or if you need the help of Hounslow Rotary then please contact us by email through this website.

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Happening soon...

 Club Council Meeting

Mon, Oct 3rd 2022 6:15 pm

Club Council Meeting

Club Council Meeting via Zoom for Club Council members only

Member training on club, District and RI websites

Mon, Oct 10th 2022 6:15 pm

Member training on club, District and RI websites

Club Meeting with training in My Rotary, the Club Website and the use of the Sum-up Card Reader

Club Business Meeting via Zoom

Mon, Oct 17th 2022 6:15 pm

Club Business Meeting via Zoom

Business Meeting to discuss Club projects, events and activities.

Speaker meeting : Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking

Mon, Oct 24th 2022 6:15 pm

Speaker meeting : Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking

Anta Brachou - from The Bakhita Centre St Mary's Twickenham, established in 2015 to respond to the growing scale of modern slavery and human trafficking locally and internationally.

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Mondays at 18.00 for 18.15

(The Club meets on the second, third and fourth Monday of each month, except for Bank holidays. Some meetings are held face to face, usually at the Lampton Cafe but others are held on-line via Zoom. Please review Future Meetings on this Website) Lampton Cafe
Lampton Gate 88, Unit 2
88 Lampton Road

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