Take a look at membership

We welcome new members interested in having fun while 'giving something back' to the community. Fresh ideas and enthusiasm are the life blood of any organisation



Baldock Rotary  has a vibrant membership of 30 Rotarians

The Club is active in supporting  almost all of the areas that Rotary are involved with. We have a strong community ethos and support a wide area of groups and individuals both at home and internationally.         

A warm welcome to Prue and Richard Dixon








Our Membership Committee

The committee has the responsibility for recruiting new members and ensuring that in their early days they are helped to integrate into the Club. Each new Rotarian has a "mentor" allocated providing the opportunity for advice and guidance where it is needed. However, by far the best way of mixing with Club members is just to get involved wherever you can, but always bearing in mind that you only do what you want to do and that which time permits.

Benefits of Membership

As a large and diverse organisation, Rotary provides individuals with the power to help those in need.There are countless opportunities to make a difference to those less fortunate than ourselves.

Fellowship -  In an increasingly complex world, Rotary maintains a simple philosophy - make friends and develop fellowship in your own community and throughout the world.

Giving back to the community -  Through Rotary, service to local and overseas communities is well organised and rewarding. If you like helping others, here is your chance to do something worthwhile and make a real difference.

Fun and entertainment -  Rotary is fun... a lot of fun. Every Rotary club arranges events that provide a welcome distraction to a hectic business life.

Business development - Networking opportunities are endless. Rotary consists of a cross-section from every business community and its members come from all walks of life. Rotarians help each other and collectively help others.

Personal growth and development -  Membership of Rotary develops leadership, public speaking, social, business, personal and vocational skills as well as improving cultural awareness.

Continued learning -  Clubs organise programmes and weekly meetings to keep members informed about what is going on in the community, the country, and the world. Each meeting provides an opportunity to listen to different speakers on a variety of current topics.

Travel opportunities -  Every Rotarian is welcome,  even encouraged, to attend any of the Clubs in all nations and geographical regions. This bond creates an instant friendship wherever you are in the world. 

How to Join Rotary

If Rotary sounds like the organisation for you, we'd like to hear from you!

Please complete the form below and one of the Membership team will contact you as soon as possible so that we can suggest some 'open events' at the Club, where you can find out more and and ask all the questions you like.

When you join Rotary, you can be sure that the enormous sense of achievement that you will experience helping your local community - and even communities around the world - will be matched only by the fun that you will have doing it!

 
 

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One of our meetings where we all chat and listen to speakers

Invite to our weekly Meetings

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Wednesday 29th September 2021 a group of Rotarians and their friends visited the National Arboretum Memorial It was an enjoyable and memorable trip

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Rotarians and their guests enjoying the annual Rotary BBQ at President Michael Muirs home early September 2021

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Rotarian Paul Redwood presenting a cheque to St Marys School for new playground equipment

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The Handover Meeting was held at the Letchworth Golf Club on June 23rd 2021. 30 members attended with strict covid rules applying. A lovely meal and surroundings on a warm summer evening

President Michael Muir becoming President for 2021/22 with Past President Paul Redwood and Vice President Thom Odd

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Rotarian Rob receiving his PHF Sapphire at the Presidents Handover Meeting

President Paul Redwood presenting Rotarian Rob Hemmings with a Paul Harris Sapphire for all the work Rob has put into the Christmas Lights and Rotary Woods

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Rotarian Paul receiving his Paul Harris award at the Presidents Handover Meeting

President Michael Muir presenting a Paul Harris Fellowship award to Past President Paul for his work in the local community over many years.

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The Fibroscanner

Helping to save lives

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Foundation is Rotary International's own Charity Fund; the money is utilised to address major humanitarian problems around the world.

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Hand over of Presidents Chain of Office to President Paul

Past President Pru Dixon presenting the chain of Office to President Paul Redwood for the year 20/2021. All the event was done with social distancing, except for the photo moment shown.

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We welcome new members interested in having fun while 'giving something back' to the community. Fresh ideas and enthusiasm are the life blood of any organisation

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International Service encompasses actions taken to expand Rotary's humanitarian reach around the globe and to promote world understanding and peace.

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Celebrating 30 Years of Baldock Library (in its present home)

Providing members of the public with information about Rotary and promoting the Club's service projects and activities

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Community Service covers the projects and activities the club undertakes to improve life in its community area.

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Youth Service recognises the positive change implemented by youth and young adults through leadership development activities, service projects, and exchange programs

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Set up to provide a home page for all the additional Committees that the Club has that support the way the Club works.

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The Rotary Club of Baldock Benevolent Fund - is a registered charity that was formed as a result of a bequest made by the late Rotarian Edgar Greenwood.

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An opportunity to get a litle insight into why Rotary is such a great organisation to be part of.

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Toftlund in Denmark have been twinned with the Baldock Club for many years, the pictures are a reminder of the Jubilee celebration

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Charity Donations given during covid lockdown Mar 2020 to Mar 2021

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Our Christmas collection is resuming again this Christmas. We look forward to seeing you all again. If you would like to help please contact Mike Williams 0794048064

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How Rotary has helped to eradicate Polio in the world. Baldock Rotary Club are proud to be part of this programme

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The

An insight into how and when Baldock Rotary started in October 1953. Letchworth Club sponsored the new Baldock Club and the rest as they say is history...... Our Club has strengthened over the years, we trust it continues to exceed the vision set in 1953

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