Membership & PR


Membership & PR Committee

This Committee is responsible for spreading the word about Rotary and our club to the local community and throughout the world. We do this through our websites and social media as well as our weekly and biannual newsletters. We have a great time because we are members of a fantastic club and we should SHOUT about it so everyone has a chance to discover it too!

To introduce our team:

Chris Hack:

Membership, PR material and websites



David Gregory: 

Advertising copy for the local press

Sue Mullins:

Attendance Officer and Cartoonist

David Kilvington :

Membership and Strategic Development



How can you find out what’s going on at our Club?

2.      Consult the Programme on the website and look back at the Photo Galleries for pictures and descriptions of events in our past.

3.    You can find us at many of the local summer fairs: HANDS Fair Twickenham, Richmond May Fair, Ham Fair and the Full of Life Fair in the autumn.

3.      Our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/tutrotary/gives you a more informal view of the club.

5.      We have our own Club magazine issued 2 or 3 times a year called Thames Link, that’s packed with pictures and stories about club activities. Head to https://www.rotary-ribi.org/clubs/page.php?PgID=250598&ClubID=896to see all the issues.

6.      And the best way to find out is to come along and meet us – Please contact through the Website Contact details

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Membership & PR sub-pages:

Dragon Boat Races

more The Dragon Boat Race Day was a pretty mad event on the riverside at Twickenham near the Barmy Arms up to the Eel Pie Island Bridge.

Articles in Richmond & Twickenham Times

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Related pages...

Organisations we support

more These are just some of the organisations Twickenham upon Thames Rotary has supported or helped recently

The Rotary Club of Twickenham upon Thames (TuT Rotary)

more 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.

We have met in many places over the years. Our current venue is Cole Court Twickenham upon Thames.

History of TuT Rotary

more 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.

Plenty of jovial banter and lively discussion at our Business Meetings!

Business and Council Meetings

more 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.

The Committees

more 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.

Community and Fundraising Committee

more (page under construction)

International and Foundation Committee

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Youth & Vocational Committee

more This Committee deals with projects and competitions at local schools and colleges

40th Charter Anniversary Celebration

more We celebrated forty years since our Charter with a delicious meal, lots of treasured memories and visits from former members

Presidential Handovers

more Pictures from Presidential Handovers over the years

.Alan Holmes receiving from Len Smith

Paul Harris fellows 30 May 2008

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TuT Rotary Charter Evening

more The original Charter evening in 1978

New TuT Rotary Members

more Photos of new members at their induction

Global Scholar Katina Matheson

more Katina studied at St Mary's University in Twickenham in 2016

Brian becomes Paul Harris Fellow - 3 August 2010

more 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 award

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The Rotary Club of Twickenham upon Thames

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