Service defines Rotary's character; whether local or international, it promotes Rotary's appeal and visibility in the community, and is the reason Rotary continues to grow.
Rotarians are passionate about the community they work and live in.
At Newbury Rotary Club, we focus on helping national and local charities and community groups and projects. We may provide financial support, hands-on practical assistance and sometimes, simply advice or putting the right people in touch with each other.
Our main focus will be providing support and activities for West Berkshire Young Carers as well as support for:
Every year Newbury Rotary hires a barge from The Bruce Trust and organises day trips for local community groups.
This year we navigated the Kennet and Avon Canal from Great Bedwyn to Woolhampton between 7th to 13th September giving members from groups such as Motor Neurone Disease Association, Alzheimer's Society West Berkshire, Can Do It Club, Two Saints, Fairclose Day Centre, Brain Tumour Support & Social Group, MS Society and Castlegate Short Break Service a lovely day out. View our gallery of photos.
Our members also provide organisation and/or manpower resources for a host of other community events and projects including:
more Rotary's Helping Hand in Tanzania
more Loads of fun had by all at this annual event. Click on the "Details" button for more pictures.
more Sun shining, birds singing, what more could you ask for...
more Raise funds for your own charity on Sunday 13th May 2018. Start time between 11 am and 12 pm.
more Pop in to the Town Hall between 8:45 and 13:00 on Saturday 14th April for a free Blood Pressure check.
more Food, music, presents, who could ask for more!
more A day out to Marwell Zoo.
more Great fun had by all who participated
more Newbury Rotarians enjoy a fun day out at Paultons Park with local children from Castle School. Difficult to say who enjoys it more!
more A fully marshalled route for charities and community groups to raise funds for their own causes.
more A one day drop in clinic to get your blood pressure checked.
more Supporting Literacy in local Primary Schools
more The Newbury Weekly News Parcel Fund is another great success. Newbury Rotarians rattled tins outside Sainsbury's on November 29th to collect funds and helped to distribute the parcels on December 12th.
more Newbury Rotarians will be marshalling the Christmas parade and the crowds in the Market Place for the switching on of the 2015 Christmas Lights
more Each year Newbury Rotary charters the Rebecca Barge for 7 days from the Bruce Trust to host day trips for local community groups
more The organisation of the Newbury Weekly News Parcel Fund is already in full swing. Newbury Rotarians will be rattling tins outside Sainsbury's on November 29th to collect funds as well as helping to distribute the parcels on December 12th.
more The 2015 Kids Out Trip to Paulton's Park on June 10th
more Over 60 walkers enjoyed a 5 or 7 mile walk around the beautiful "Middleton" countryside of Bucklebury raising over Â£2000 for their charities and community groups.
more Newbury Rotary Club skippers and crews The Rebecca Barge from The Bruce Trust for a week in September giving a variety of local charity support groups and their carers a lovely day out on the Kennet and Avon Canal. (6 pages below this)
more Newbury Rotary organised a Know Your Blood Pressure pop-up clinic on Saturday 18th April 2014 for Stroke Awareness Day - Newbury Town Hall: 9:30am - 1:30pm.
more Nov 1st 2014. Newbury Racecourse. Display starts at 7:30pm Newbury Rotary Club will be supporting this initiative by providing marshals to assist the Lions Club.
more Newbury Rotary organised a "Kids Out" trip to Paultons Park for children from our local Castle School, and their teachers on June 11th 2014.
more Life Education Thames Valley is supported by Newbury Rotary Club through donations and providing volunteer resources.