Attendance


Attendance

 

Corby Phoenix Rotary members meet on the Second and Fourth Thursday of the month at the Holiday Inn Hotel, Geddington Road, Corby, NN18 8ET, on Thursday evenings at 19.15 (7.15pm) for dinner at 19.45 (7.45) with the meetings usually finishing at around 21.45 (9.45). We hold our business meetings via Zoom for ease on the first Thursday of the month and then the Third (and potentially Fifth Thursday if there is one) we can be found out and about at different venues for dinner and socialising.

All visitors are welcome though it is imperative that arrangements must be made so a meal; including any special dietary needs, can be organised. Meals are two courses - either a starter and main or a main and dessert always followed by tea or coffee.  We would happily have members attend the meeting following the meal, either via Zoom or in person if that is more convenient.

Unless an apology is given in advance, it is assumed Rotarian members will attend all meetings (we are very forgiving on this if we know in advance). We would ask that all arrangements to attend and apologies be made be no later than 19.00 (7pm) on the Wednesday evening prior to the planned absence or attendance, in order that we can let the venues know.

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Just to prove that not all Rotary members are stuffy!

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One of the many social events enjoyed by members, partners and Friends

Belonging to the Corby Phoenix Rotary club provides a whole selection of events planned by club members - from dances to walks, visits, dinners, dances and much more. Watch this space for much more to come.

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Over many years Corby Phoenix has taken children with special needs to Wicksteed Park in Kettering for a day of enjoyment and absolute fun. And this year was no exception. In glorious sunshine, our kids and Rotarians alike had a great time

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Being a Rotarian needn't conflict with personal and work or business commitments

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The Club Protection Officer has produced the following statement illustrating the Club's policy on vulnerability

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