Membership

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If you are considering joining Rotary there is a lot of information on this site to tell you about what we do

 

Northallerton Mowbray Rotary Club was formed in 1995 and currently has 36 members.

Membership is open to both men and women and is centred in and around the Northallerton area.

The Club meets every Monday evening, except Bank Holidays. Normal Club meetings are held at the Allerton Court Hotel, Northallerton. The meeting time is 7pm for 7.30pm during the summer months and 6pm for 6.30pm in the winter months.  We change our meeting times when the clocks change in March and October. Whilst there is now no rule on frequency of attendance we hope members will attend as often as they can. 

The first Monday of the month is usually a designated Business meeting. At others there is a speaker or social event.

Much of our fundraising and community work takes place outside the Monday evening meetings, so there is always something to keep members busy!

The Club has a Council and a number of Groups which look after particular aspects of our activities. Information about our various activities is included elsewhere on this website, and as you will see there has been a wide range of interesting events held over the years.

We hope you may wish to consider joining us - you will be made very welcome. Most of our new members will have attended a few meetings or events to see whether the Club is for them before joining formally.  So why not come and give Rotary a try.  You will be made very welcome.

To learn more about the Northallerton Mowbray Rotary Club or if you have specific questions about membership, you may wish to contact our Membership lead, Malcolm Warne, through the link on the contacts  page on the website.

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