Who we are

Overview of the club and what we do.

Santa on his sleigh

What we do

The Rotary Club of Teddington & the Hamptons was founded in 1924, and covers an area that includes Teddington, Hampton, Hampton Court, Hampton Hill and Hampton Wick.

Our club has had a long and proud involvement with the Rotary movement and it has a tradition of uniting local people for the common good of businesses as well as national and international communities. We have taken part in many hundreds of local fairs and activities, raising money for local charities.

Our Success Stories

We get involved in many fundraising activities: a jovial Father Christmas touring the streets at Christmas is a familiar sight to many young children and their parents, but month in and month out we support many charities and good causes locally, nationally and internationally. 

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Presidents hand over 2023

A little more about why you should join us.

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Our joint event with RNLI had a great response and was welcomed by all.

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Past president John Frye visiting our

Rotary International are "this close" to eradicating polio worldwide. We are proud of our efforts to help raise awareness and funds for this important cause.

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The Fair in Full Swing

After three years absence the Village Fair made a welcome return to Teddington this summer thanks to our club in partnership with the Teddington Society.

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Santa on his sleigh

Overview of the club and what we do.

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Rotary Supporting Ukraine

Peace is a cornerstone of our global mission. We stand with the people of Ukraine. Help us support the ongoing humanitarian crisis.

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A whole bunch of Rotarians after a jolly good lunch...

Our club is looking for new members to join us in our efforts to help where help is needed, in our local community, nationally or internationally.

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Fruit Machine V1 gets an airing

The new Rotary Fair on Twickenham Green organised by Twickenham upon Thames Rotary Club was a great success and gave us the opportunity to get the Fruit Machine out for an airing.

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Make direct donations to our charity account here.

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Visit to Fraserburgh club

Get involved with the community

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Five charities receive their cheques from the collections they supported.

Five local charities joined us to celebrate our very successful 2022 Christmas Collections.

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