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Welcome from our Club President 2023/24

The Rotary motto is “Service above Self” and as one of the larger clubs in the North West Kent area, we support local, national and international charities.  

Throughout the year, our members raise funds for various charities, by volunteering, by street collecting and by holding social and fun events. 

If you would like to learn more about Rotary and think you can help us in our fundraising, we would like to hear from you ... please click on the Contact button. 

You would be very welcome to join us at one of our weekly lunches.

John Philp  

Rotary Beckenham


Click below for details of some of our club activities 






Handover - June 2023 

The Presidency for our new Rotary year starts on 1st July. 

Our President for 2023/24 is John Philp and the handover by past President Tony took place this year after the club lunch on 29th June.

Here's a selection of pictures taken at the handover, featuring President John, President Elect Ken and Past President Tony.




With best wishes to the new President John and to all future Presidents, for success in the coming years.


Induction of two new members - June 2023

Here's a selection of pictures taken just before the handover of the induction of two new club members. 

Reg Adams (left) and Terry Richardson (right) about to be inducted as rotary members by President Tony.

Terry receives a badge and handbook

Reg receives his Rotary badge, cap and tabard from President Tony.

Reg receives a warm handshake on his induction.


Handover - June 2022

The Presidency for our new Rotary year starts on 1st July. 

Our President for 2022/23 is Tony Power and the handover by past President Brian took place this year after the club lunch on 30th June.  

A warm handshake from Past President Brian as he hands over to President Tony. 

President Tony welcomes President elect John Philp. 

Very best wishes to the new President and to all future Presidents for success in the coming years.


July 2022

President Tony gave his inaugral address to club members after the club lunch on 7th July.

In his address, President Tony outlined his aims for the coming year and nominated "Bromley Homeless Starter Packs" as his charity to support during his Presidency.

Oct 2022

President Tony personally raised over £2,100 for "Bromley Homeless Starter Packs", by sleeping for one night only, outside at  Bromley Parish Church.


Visit by the Mayor of Bromley, Cnlr. Hannah Gray - Sept 2022

President Tony welcomes welcomes the Mayor to a partners lunch at the club.

The Mayor addresses club members and their partners

The Mayor displays her message


Induction of two new members - Sept 2022


Oct 2020

Rotary Work Club

Local Rotary Clubs are to offer free new online learning opportunities to local people in the Borough of Bromley who are unemployed or who feel at risk of unemployment to learn useful skills to help them to gain new employment or to start a business.

A new Work Club timetable will be available after the summer recess.


Jan 2021 

Rotarians volunteer as Covid Vaccination Centre Marshalls

"At the end of a cold busy day"

Together with other local clubs, Rotary Beckenham is helping to support the local community by volunteering as Covid Marshalls at vaccination centres in the borough. Our picture above shows Rotary West Wickham husband and wife team, Keith & Rosemary.  

Club members have marshalled members of the public attending the Beckenham Beacon for their vaccinations. Duties included guiding, reassuring, assisting and checking in and handing the information forms to those attending the centre. 

We are expecting to assist in marshalling at other local vaccination centres in due course.


March 2021 

RIB&I and Carers UK Partnership

Carers UK provides a range of information and support for unpaid carers including,

● A Helpline and expert support service

● Advice on financial and practical matters related to caring

● A website with a varied range of information about specific  aspects of     caring

● Up to date COVID-19 guidance for carer

● Online meetup sessions with fellow carers

You can contact their helpline 0808 808 7777 Monday to Friday, 9am – 6pm or contact Carers UK at any time by email to:  advice@carersuk.org

Alternatively, you can find guidance on their website HERE 

If you are an unpaid carer or know someone who is please sign up or encourage the person you know to sign up to be a Carers UK member on their website HERE 

Membership is free and it will provide a range of services, including access to the Carers UK Forum, where carers can ask questions and share their experience with fellow carers.

When signing the application, in response to “Where did you hear about joining Carers UK?” please tick the “Other” box and enter “Rotary” in the box below it. You will then receive your membership details which will allow you to log into the Carers UK Forum

If you know of local organisations that might help unpaid carers, please send their details by email to:  rotarycarersukpartnership@gmail.com 

April 2021 - For the latest information on Carers Uk, please click HERE


'What We Do' Main Pages:

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Raising money by holding events and volunteering our services to support local charities


A clean, green new area of focus.


Raising money by holding events, to support international charities.


Holding enjoyable social events and raising money to support local charities.


Club activities from previous years