The Rotary Club of Twickenham upon Thames/ Business and Council Meetings
We hold Council and Business Meetings most months on behalf of the Twickenham upon Thames Rotary Club. This is how the Committees keeps members of the club abreast of what's going on in their areas. These meetings are always lively and interesting.
TheTwickenham upon Thames Rotary Council is a monthly meeting of the President, President-Elect, Secretary, Treasurer and the Chairs of each of the Club Committees. Progress updates and funding requests are raised. It’s a a lively interactive meeting where we can discuss the projects and plans in a constructive way.
The monthly Business Meeting takes place on a Monday and involves all members of the Rotary Club who are able to attend. The Committee Chairs present their proposals to the Club, there may be a discussion and a vote will usually follow, with majority and abstentions noted. These meetings often include friendly banter and frequently a lot of laughing and fun.
You can find out more about each of the Committees in the separate sections about the Committees themselves. The Committee functions are Community and Fundraising, International & Foundation, Youth & Vocational, Public Relations & Membership.
Organisations we support
These are just some of the organisations Twickenham upon Thames Rotary has supported or helped recentlydetails
Members only access to club wesite
If you are having problems getting into the 'members only' area of the club website please download the attached document and follow the instructions starting at the bottom of page 4.details
The Rotary Club of Twickenham upon Thames (TuT Rotary)
The objective of Twickenham upon Thames Rotary (TuT Rotary) is to use the time, efforts, skills, knowledge and experience of its 35 members to benefit the local and wider community.details
History of TuT Rotary
TuT Rotary Club was formed over forty years ago. Listing everything we've done over the years would be ridiculous, so here we have highlighted one event for each year of existence. Most of these events have their own entries on the website as well.details
Here you will find a brief description of each of our 5 Committees: Community and Fundraising, International and Foundation, Youth & Vocational, Public Relations and Membership.details
Youth & Vocational Committee
This Committee deals with projects and competitions at local schools and collegesdetails
40th Charter Anniversary Celebration
We celebrated forty years since our Charter with a delicious meal, lots of treasured memories and visits from former membersdetails
Brian becomes Paul Harris Fellow - 3 August 2010
At the annual Fellowship meal to raise funds for Rotary Foundation the club made Brian Burgess a Paul Harris Fellow and David Kilvington presented him with the awarddetails