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Thank you for visiting the website of Mumbles Rotary; I trust it provides the the information you are seeking. The best way to understand Rotary is to speak to one of our members and to visit a Club meeting. You can complete and submit a request for information, a form for this purpose is on this Home Page under "Contact Us".

Like all Rotary clubs the Mumbles Rotary club is made up of local business people and professionals who have a common aim of having fun, enjoying fellowship and helping the community. Rotary International is a worldwide organisation of local clubs which

  • Provide humanitarian services to the community
  • Encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and
  • Work for goodwill and peace throughout the world.
During the pandemic we met exclusively online using ZOOM. We now meet face to face twice monthly on a Monday evening at 7.00pm on the second and fourth Mondays of each month for a meal and a meeting. We meet at Norton House Hotel, Norton Road, Mumbles SA3 5TQ. We continue with occasional Zoom meetings as necessary. Where there are spare Mondays we plan to arrange visits to places of interest.

Why join Rotary?

Mumbles Rotary provides friendship which is one of the two main reasons why Rotary began in 1905. Business networking was the second original reason for Rotary starting. These days family programmes are important, Rotary has a host of programmes to help families increase their circle of friends and their interests. Rotary is a Service club; its business is mankind, its product is Service.

  Mumbles - Gateway to Gower



The Rotary Club of Mumbles, was formed in 1970. Members normally meet at 7pm in Norton House Hotel, Norton Road, Mumbles SA3 5TQ, on the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month (unless there is a Public Holiday in which case an alternative Monday will be chosen). On occasional Monday's we hold a meeting via Zoom. Meetings include Speaker, Business and Fellowship Evenings.   Whatever the occasion we aim to enjoy friendship and fun!

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We are a Club of 12 members (plus one honorary member) enjoying fellowship whilst working on Community and International projects. If you would like to help your community and be part of an organisation that has 1.2 million members in over 200 countries worldwide, then why not visit us and see if you would be interested in joining? Just come along, take a look and have a chat without any commitment!

 We welcome potential new members so please contact us if you would like more information.  For enquiries use the "CONTACT" Tab at the top right 

  We would be delighted to hear from you!

We provide support for National, International, but mainly Local Good Causes.  This year we raised £2070 for the local Ty Olwen Hospice at our Champagne Lunch. Currently, we are supporting the Surfability group at Caswell Bay where they help youngsters with a disability to enjoy the sea. We have organised a "Pirates Day" on 5th July at all seven of our Primary Schools in support of the 200th Anniversary of the RNLI. In recent years we have contributed to local organisations such as:- Maggie's Cancer care Centre, Talking Hands and Ty Laura then Internationally Shelterbox, Lifestraws (provides clean water), Mary's Meals etc..


Rotary International is working in partnership with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation aiming to eradicate Polio throughout the World - something we are close to achieving.  Since Rotarians started this humanitarian programme to counter polio in 1985, more than two billion children have received the oral polio vaccine and reported cases have dropped by over 99%! 

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Happening soon...

Mon, Jun 10th 2024 9:00 pm

Fundraiser for Mumbles Crew RNLI

Friends, family and other guests invited to a Dinner aiming to be ahead of the Pirates Day fun for local Primary Schools on 5th July when they aim to raise money for the RNLI 200 campaign. It's Rotary so there will be a Raffle.

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Mondays at 19.00

(We meet face to face TWICE monthly - generally on the 2nd and fourth Mondays. A Zoom meeting is held on the other Mondays.) Norton Rd.
SA3 5TQ  01792 404891

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