More about our Club

An introduction to Marlow Thames Rotary

Taking its name from the River Thames that flows alongside our historic town, we are one of three Rotary Clubs in Marlow.  The original Marlow Rotary which regularly meets at lunchtime, our own Marlow Thames Rotary which meets in the evening and Marlow Bridge Rotary which caters for people with more business or family commitments.

To see our leaflet 'Rotary in Marlow' click here

To find out more about the town why not visit the web site of The Marlow Society?

The club was founded in 1997 and currently has in excess of 30 members both male and female embracing a wide age range.


We meet on Wednesday evenings at 7.45pm and usually enjoy a two course meal followed by a varied programme of activities.  Meetings may include an invited speaker, a discussion on a topic of interest or a fellowship activity. It is always worth checking before you visit us as meals need to be ordered in advance and we occasionally change our venue.

In addition to the regular club meetings there is a varied programme of social and fund-raising events for members and their families to take part in. These have included collecting at Heathrow Airport for Children in Need, visits to places of interest, attending a rehearsal for Trooping the Colour and a members BBQ.


Of course we would not be part of Rotary without the work that we do in the local community, nationally and internationally and we are proud to have supported many individuals and organisations.

Our main fundraising events each year are the Cookham Regatta, held on the first Saturday in September and the Santa Fun Run in December. The regatta we organise jointly with the Rotary Club of Cookham Bridge. This is a wonderful day out for all the family with a range of water events from Dongolas to Dragon Boats plus lots of land-based attractions.  For more information click on Cookham Regatta.  The Fun Run is organised jointly with Marlow Rotary.  For more information click on Santa Fun Run.


We always welcome visitors to our Club so please come along and join us. Whether you are a guest of Rotary or a fellow Rotarian from another club you will always be made most welcome. We look forward to meeting you and If you would like more information please contact us.

Below are some of the pennants received during exchange visits to other clubs worldwide.

More about our Club sub-pages:

Christmas Card 2019

more Greetings messages from members in video

Christmas Card 2018

more Christmas messages from members

Busy Members - Autumn 2017

more A few of the activities our Club has been involved with recently

Christmas Card 2017


Christmas Card 2016


Coxless Crew

more What are we doing today? Please click again on the link below

Christmas Card 2015


Rona Sailing Project

more Once again the Club has sponsored children to have a life-changing sailing experience

Gift Aid Declaration


Christmas Card 2014

more Christmas messages to members of Marlow Thames

Remembrance Day 2014

more President David Miller at the Remembrance Day Service in Marlow

Marlow Thames Club Christmas Card 2013

Christmas card 2013

more Christmas Greetings to members of the Marlow Thames Club

Club Constitution

more This area contains a library of RIBI documents including the Club Constitution. Note that if you open the document 'RIBI Constitutional documents - final April 2012' the actual Club constitution starts on page 33.

SWOT Analysis 2012


Saunderton Hostel


Christmas Card 2012


Ode to Dave

more For all those who think there might be just too many Daves in the Marlow Thames Club

Rona Sailing Trust


Marlow Thames Video


Christmas Card 2020

more Greetings from Marlow Thames Rotary


more Joining information about the Rotary Club of Marlow Thames

A Member's View

more 'When I was new, I had this view'.......A personal impression of Rotary written by David Hughes in 2011 after 12 months of membership

Press Cuttings


River Thames at Marlow


Christmas Card 2011



more Some of the organisations which have benefitted from Cookham Regatta, Santa's Fun Run and directly from Marlow Thames Rotary Club (6 pages below this)

Rotary Terms Explained

more (19 pages below this)

Kungsbacka Picture