Rotary Plates and mugs Memorabilia

Rotary Memorabilia

Commemorative Rotary Memorabilia

All Items Made From Fine Bone White China

District Governor, Club President and members: would you like to mark your year in office or your club in a celebratory way by ordering a Personalised  Commemorative Plate, Mug, or a Jewel Box, and in doing so give your support to the Rotary Foundation?

These English fine bone white china items are brought to you by the Rotary Club of Rugby. Since 1998 sales of this giftware have raised over £15,000 for the work of Rotary Foundation

Note - This is an example of the plate. The latest Rotary logo will be used.

The Plates


Plate  9" diameter decorated with the current Rotary International logo, and with a 4-line personal inscription, is supplied in Rotary blue with 22 carat gold trim.   On the reverse side are the Object of Rotary, the Four-Way Test and a citation of the Rotary Foundation.  There is a picture of Paul Harris together with his signature and two roundels of the Rotary Foundation.

Price - £42.00 incl. P & P.

The Mugs



Mug  Minimum order number, 25.  Decorated in Rotary blue and trimmed in 22 carat gold.  Personalisation can include the names of Club Members, past Presidents, etc..  A logo can be printed on the inside, and up to 40 words on the external base of the mug.  Note:- all mugs have straight sides and are not tapered

Price - £6.70 each with gold in the Rotary roundel or £5.70 without gold. p & p and VAT to be added.                    

NB.  65p per mug goes to the Rotary Foundation

The Jewel Box

Jewel Box -  2"or 3" diameter decorated with the Rotary International Logo and with personalisation on the walls, inside, base  and lid of the box.  Decorated in Rotary blue with 22 carat gold trim.

Price - £7.00 each (2" diameter)

          £7.50 each (3" diameter)


Rotary Memorabilia Leaflet

Rotary Memorabilia Plate Order Forms

Rotary Memorabilia Mug Information

Rotary Mug Graphic Examples

For more information contact Rtn Frank Drewett - Tele 01788 521140, Email

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Installation of an Hydro Electric Power Supply in the village of Chepel, Nepal


The Rotary club of Rugby Meetings and activities


In June 2022 our club was a hundred years old. In celebration of this the club initiated a centenary project in conjunction with Rugby Borough Council and Warwickshire Wildlife Trust to upgrade a section of the Great Central Way in Rugby.


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History of Rugby


3 Rotary Clubs - of Rugby, Rugby Dunsmore, and Rugby Saturday Breakfast organise a Music Bursary Scheme for the children of Rugby (Under 18s) which is run in conjunction with the County Music Service.


Planting crocus bulbs for the Rotary International Purple 4 Polio Campaign, and admiring the results!


The Rugby Rotary clubs help Rugby Sport for the Disabled Association run an annual Sports Day

A pack of dog walkers, with trusty four legged friends - ready for the off

The Rotary Club of Rugby organised "Dog Walk 2018" to raise money (over £1000) for the charity "Dogs For Good".


Visit to the Abesu Housing Project in Zambia by member Laurence Wilbraham


International links, Aabenraa, Russelsheim


Members of the Rotary Club of Rugby planting crocus bulbs with the villagers of Brinklow, Warwickshire


The Rugby Santa Run organised by the The Rugby Rotary Club and the Rugby and Northampton Athletic Club, December 2018. 800 people took part this year. Great fun as always.


The Rotary Club of Rugby annual cultural Trip