Rotary Jaipur Limb Project

The Rotary Jaipur Limb project is a pro-active fund-raising and project-initiating body of Rotarians, drawn from all over Rotary GB&I (Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland). It was formed in 1985 and became a registered charity in 1995.


In 1985 Guildford Rotary Member, Dr Clive Addis-Jones, helped to set up the Rotary Jaipur Limb Project, and was the Founder Chairman when it became a registered charity in 1993.

The Rotary Jaipur Limb project is a pro-active fund-raising and project-initiating body of Rotarians, drawn from all over Rotary GB&I (the Rotary International region covering Britain and Ireland). It was formed in 1985 and became a registered charity in 1995.

There are 9 trustees, assisted by several co-opted managers, who divide their time between raising awareness of the project among Rotarians in Rotary GB&I, identifying appropriate sites for projects, principally in India and Africa, and assisting in the preparation of programmes, budgets and financing for those projects.

In recognition of his long standing involvement in the Charity, which includes two periods as Chairman, the Trustees and Management Committee have invited Clive to be a Patron of the Society having 

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Archive of Annual Bulletins Yearly reviews of Club activities

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Rotarians from Kolkata(Calcutta) India, have sponsored, through The Rotary Club of Guildford, a 'Rotary Foundation Matching Grant Project' enabling the gifting of two pieces of equipment to assist the mobility of those affected by Multiple Sclerosis.

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Prof Angus Dalgleish gives update on current cancer treatments

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Chessington World of Adventure

Guildford Rotary Club were pleased to be able to support Rotary KidsOut Day 2019

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Fitting a New Limb

The Rotary Jaipur Limb project is a pro-active fund-raising and project-initiating body of Rotarians, drawn from all over Rotary GB&I (Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland). It was formed in 1985 and became a registered charity in 1995.

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Club Activities, Guildford Rotary

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RHS Wisley opens its doors once again to Guildford Rotary Clubs to collect for the fight against polio.

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From 1st January 2018 The Guildford Rotary Eye Project will primarily be known by its trademarked name of Global Sight Solutions

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Testing station set up at Tesco Guildford

Heart and Pulse free testing

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Guildford Rotary Clubs are seeking to enhance and encourage hygiene in affected areas

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