The future of all mankind lies in its young people and it is part of our responsibility to take an active part in their learning processes whether as relatives or neighbours or by taking advantage of being a member of an institution such as Rotary International, which positively encourages support and involvement with young people in order for them to take their place in the world.
Our aim is, through Rotary, to give the opportunity for Young People in the area of Thame and the surrounding district to enhance their learning and experiences.
more A poster created by the 11-year-old Willow Blake, a former Year 6 pupil at Aston Rowant Church of England Primary School has been selected to be on display at the high-profile Climate Change Conference in Glasgow
more The Rotary in Great Britain & Ireland has been promoting, throughout the UK, a Poster Competition to celebrate the COP26 Conference on Climate Change that takes place in Glasgow between 1 and 12 November 2021.
more Speaker Meeting with Supper - open to prospective members
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more The Rotary Club was delighted to support the Life Education mobile classroom again in 2009
more Supper meeting open to partners and guests. Steward: Erroll Bateman
more A fellowship garden party was held with Rotary and Inners Wheels partners and friends.
more This is a supper meeting - open to members, partners, guests.
more Supper meeting - open to members, partners, potential members, guests. Steward: Erroll Bateman
more Started as a Rotary project, the Thames Valley Life Education Centre has been visiting local schools in Thame and neighbouring villages.
more Supper Meeting - open to members, partners, prospective members.
more Supper Meeting - open to club members, partners and prospective members.