Community and Environmental Projects

Projects that benefit the local Community

Mike, Chris, Peter and Len working on the Rotherham Hospice garden.

Community Projects:

Collections of items for charity. See separate section.


Rotarians go to Rotherham Hospital to persuade members of the public to have their blood pressure checked. The last event in November saw around 100 people have this done. It is run in conjuction with the Stroke Association. Project Leader is Liz Harris .


The main collection for 2017 was at the Kiveton Park Co-op Food Store in aid of our Memory Café at the nearby Village Hall. Thanks to the generosity of the local people, and the Co-op, our volunteers raised over £1000 over three days to which gift aid will be added ensuring the funding of the café for the next two years.  We are most grateful to Roger who brought his street organ every day, greatly adding to the interest.


The Club volunteers to run one of the bars in the Real Ale and Music Festival at Magna. The event is much enjoyed by those participating though can be hard work. We are glad that this event has been resurrected, and hope it raises a large sum for the local community as well as helping to keep the town's main attraction going. Project Leader: Liz Harris.


This activity is one which has been run year after year. Our volunteers maintain the Hospice front gardens, a very worthwhile activity and much appreciated by the Hospice management.


Rotarians Easing Problems of Dementia.  Originally our aim was to bring Admiral Nurses to Rotherham. We have now set up a Memory Café in the south of the borough. See separate section under Our Activities for full details.


For 35 years the club organised the Rotary Rotherham Roundwalk, see separate section, The walk is no longer run as a fund raising event because of the small proceeds for the effort involved. However, the Ramblers Metro Group sometimes include the walk in their programme.

The committee is investigating alternative sporting events such as a 10K Run, Triathlon or even a Cricket Match, though the way forward may be to help at other charity events in the area.

Christopher BadgerContact Christopher Badger about this page:

(ALL fields required)

(If you are a Rotarian, please name your club.)

Related pages...

Club volunteers after a dementia training session given by Kathryn Rawling of the Alzheimer's Society

REPoD (Rotarians Easing Problems Of Dementia)

more A Hands-On project adopted by the Club to help dementia sufferers in Rotherham.

The Mayor, Visitors and Volunteers at the launch of our new Memory Café

Kiveton and South Rotherham Memory Café

more News and events at our new REPoD Café

Students receive certificates at the end of the camp.

Youth Projects

more Projects giving opportunities to young people with careers, personal development.

The group together with the President of the Rotary Club of Riesa-Elbland and the Mayor of Riesa-Elbland.

Visit to Riesa, November 2016

more Report from our International Chairman on the visit to our twin club Riesa Elbland

Workers and volunteers erect a fence round the teaching farm in Lesotho

International & Foundation Projects

more Service Projects that benefit communities overseas

Collections for Charity

more Some members collect various items for charitable purposes, listed here:

back to page above this...

Our Activities

back A brief description of Club Activities and Projects