Become a Friend of Rotary

The Rotary Club of Ambleside is looking for "Friends" who would like to help out occasionally but cannot commit to becoming a full member of Rotary.

Why not become a Friend of Rotary?

Can you occasionally spare a little time to help your local community? 

You choose what you can offer whether it's a lot or a little.

There is NO commitment to join...... NO fees to pay......NO meetings to attend (though if you wish to attend our weekly meetings you will always be WELCOME!) 

We are looking for local people who just want to help in the community.

If you feel that this might be of interest to you.. please

Ring Richard on 015394  31516 or Jim on 015394  34069

Or email Richard at ambleside.rotary@btinternet.com

Or text to 07711 920 518

Wed love to hear from you!

'What We Do' Main Pages:

Why not become a Friend of Rotary?

The Rotary Club of Ambleside is looking for "Friends" who would like to help out occasionally but cannot commit to becoming a full member of Rotary.

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A joint meeting of Ambleside and Carnforth

On Aug 30, 2018 fifteen of our members and partners attended the weekly meeting of the Carnforth Rotary Club,

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President Brian James (R) hands over to President Richard Attenborough (L)

Each year towards the end of June the outgoing President will "handover" to the new, incoming President

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The welcoming display in the church porch

In late May 2018, St. Mary's Parish Church was the setting for a community based flower festival. 23 local organisations were invited to mount a floral display with their organisation as the theme. Ambleside Rotary used blue to link to End Polio Now.

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The club seeks to raise the profile of Rotary in our community

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Stuart Ross, Brian James and Graham Harrison pose by

With the "normal" lack of trains on the Windermere to Oxenholme Branch line in recent weeks, West Coast Railways have laid on a FREE heritage diesel train. Too good an opportunity to turn down for a Lad's Day Out!

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Our annual coffee morning for local people aged 60+

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The Gala starts with the children's procession headed by the Kookaburra Drummers

In 2018, we offered to help the organisers of Langdale Gala on July 1st by acting as Gatekeepers and collecting £5 per adult as pedestrians and cars arrived on the field.

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