Local Community

Service to the Community in Bewdley and the Wyre Forest area


The Rotary Bench

The Club serves the Wyre Forest area and the town of Bewdley in many ways. One of the most visible is the Christmas tree in front of St Annes Church in Load Street which, for many years, we have supplied and erected.

One of the first major schemes with which Bewdley Rotary members were involved was the planting of the Rotary Forest in the Bewdley riverside meadows. To commemorate this project we supplied and erected a bench to which we attached a Rotary plaque.

Some of our more recent community service activities can be viewed on the related pages.

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Thanks Bewdley Rotary!

Presentation Evening 2021

more Supporting local charities and good causes

Presentation Evening 2022

more The evening that we invite beneficiaries of our Golf Weekend event to join us and receive their grant

Thanks for a wonderful day!

BurnAid Day Out

more A day to remember for families with children who have suffered burns

A selection of Lockdown Heroes

Lockdown Heroes

more Acknowledging our Local Heroes who have put others before themselves during the Covid lockdowns

Scrubs for Heroes

more Supporting Local Business MG Sportswear who have been making and donating Scrubs for NHS Workers during the lockdown.

Beneficiaries and Guests

Presentation Evening November 2019

more Presentation of the proceeds of our Golf Day to local charities and good causes

Kris Ventris-Field (Read Easy UK), Tom Elliott, Michel Gaud, Steve Peckham (Read Easy Wyre Forest) at a Showcase event at Kidderminster College

Read Easy Wyre Forest

more The Club have recently started working with Read Easy Wyre Forest

Members with the Bewdley Club entry

Bewdley Goes Quackers

more The Club not only purchased a Duck House which was decorated by Tenbury High School but several members gave their help to the organisers by unloading and trolleying into place other entries

Bridging the River

more Bewdley Rotary is trying to bring all interested parties together to get a walking and cycle track over the Severn at Dowles Latest News Update April 2018