A description of the Club'f fun and fellowship activites

Fellowship Montage

Surprisingly our relatively brief weekly breakfast meetings do give us a chance to get to know each other, keep up to date with what is happening in our lives away from Rotary and make new members feel welcome.

We enjoy fun and fellowship in the course of our service activities but we also organise activites and events to reinforce and consolidate those aspects of the the club.

There are outings to the theatre, and in recent years days out in France, Chichester and Ramsgate together with more modest but equaly enjoyable visits to a pub with its own skittles alley or just a meal out at one of the many restaurants locally.

Sometimes there is a BBQ at the someones home and here you can see a video of our most recent event which was enhaced by Dave Markee' band and some family games.

At the end of each year we hold a slightly more formal Handover Dinner to welcome the new Club President into their role and thank the outgoing person.

The club tradition of organised walks - some sponsored but all social is well established and some of these are illustrated in the side menu for this page.

As membership of the club has changed some of these activities have become less popular and we are actively exploring alternatives.

Fellowship sub-pages:

President welcomes visitor from Kenya

International Visitors

more As part of our Rotary fellowship we welcome visitors from around the world.

Handover 2021

Handover 2021

more Picture from the evening meeting where Tim took up the presidential baton from Peter.

Bill Ainscow PHF

A new Rotary Year

more Report on the hand over to a new Club President and presentation of PHF to Bill Ainscow

The walking group - excluding the photographer at Bletchingly quarry

A walk on the Weald side

more Club walk on Sunday 27th Sept from Box Hill to Bletchingly

A word of welcome

Breakfast on the Stage

more A very special breakfast indeed

Christopher Thomas' PHF Presentation

more Christopher Thomas presented with Paul Harris Fellowship by Assistant Governor Graham Harker

Birling Gap - on the Seven Sisters Walk

Walks gone by

more The club has organised a number of walks over the years some have been sponsored fund raisers - here are three.

Continental Trips

more Memories from past trips to France and Belgium

On Stage

Club Members

more Club member gallery

Setting off from the station

Windsor Walk

more Staines to Windsor on a wet Sunday

Group Pic

Lunch at the Chateau de Cocove

more Members and partners on a day trip to France and lunch at our favourite Chateau