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Rotary Teddington &The Hamptons - 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.

Satellite Group Meetings

The Adelaide is home to our twice monthly Satellite Group meetings


Our Donations Page

Make direct donations to our charity account here.


Polio Eradication

Rotary International are "this close" to eradicating polio worldwide. We are proud of our efforts to help raise awareness and funds for this important cause.


Interested in Joining?

Our club is looking for new members to join us in our efforts to help where help is needed, in our local community, nationally or internationally.


Who we are

Overview of the club and what we do.


A welcome visit from International Rotarians

A delightful evening in the company of visiting Rotary members from Moldova


About us

Welcome to the Rotary Club of Teddington & the Hamptons.

The club was founded in 1924 embracing the Districts of Teddington, Hampton, Hampton Court, Hampton Hill and Hampton Wick and is in Rotary District 1145, which brings together 100 Rotary Clubs in 6 Greater London Boroughs, Surrey, East & West Sussex and neighboring parts of Hampshire to develop fellowship and service opportunities.  

We have an active membership and normally meet on Thursday Evenings, 7 for 7.15 at the Clock House, 69 High Street Teddington TW11 8HA.

We also have an innovative new Satellite Group that meet on the 2nd and 4th Monday evening of every month at the Adelaide, 57 Park Rd, Teddington TW11 0AU. Also meeting at 7:00 this is a less formal meeting designed to encourage busy professionals to get more involved with less time commitment.

The Club has a varied and interesting programme with speakers and social events. However there are usually Council Meetings after Dinner on the third Thursday of the month. Whilst there are Meetings following Bank Holidays, there is no Meeting on Maundy Thursday.

Visiting Rotarians, Friends of Rotary and other interested parties are always welcome and, although we will be pleased to welcome you if you come unannounced, it does help our caterers if you let us know by the Tuesday mid day before the meeting.

Donate to our fund.

We are continuing to raise funds online during this difficult time to help local charities combat the needs of our community. Please use the button below to donate if you can.

New members  welcomed

We currently have vacancies for new members.  Please contact us via the “Join Rotary” link on the right or telephone the Secretary on ‭07718 316570‬, leaving a message with your name and telephone number.

Call or email us if you are working or living in the area and its surrounds, or even if you are retired. We would be delighted to arrange for you to visit to one of our meetings.

Come along and find out more about Rotary!

Or sign up for our Rotary Friends mailing list here.

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Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Thursdays at 19:15
(Except Maundy Thursday)
The Clock House
69 High Street

TW11 8HA

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