Areas of Rotary Service

Rotary Clubs operate within areas of service - to their local, national and international communities and to the Club itself. The service areas within our Club are: Community; International; Foundation (Rotary"™s charity organisation); Club; and Social.


The work within each service area is directed by small teams of club members, appointed by the Club President each Rotary year.  Broadly speaking, this organisation exists also at Rotary District, Rotary world area and Rotary International levels. Information on these, and the member of our club that is leading each of these areas of service currently, are shown below.

Click committee names or logos to view more information and/or contact the member of our club who leads up that particular committee.

supporting our club

Committee Chair - Robert Goldsmith

 

The Club Service Committee deals with the general running of the Club and the welfare of our members.

service to the local community

Committee Chair - Janet Boylan       

Community Service is the Club's link with the community in which we are located.
Emphasis is placed on links within the immediate Chislehurst area, where substantial efforts and contributions are made to help local charities and to undertake projects to help those in need.
service to the international community

Committee Chair - Don Overton



We are a small, but enthusiastic, Club with a strong commitment to helping those less fortunate overseas.
supporting the rotary foundation

Committee Chair - Iain Hart       

Foundation is Rotary's own charity which allows Rotary Members to make donations or raise funds to support major projects.

the club social team

    

Committee Chair - Patrick Raven          

The Social team (a sub-committee of Club Service) deals with all the social aspects of the Club. If we can raise some money for charity, then that is an extra bonus!!

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'What We Do' Main Pages:

Welcome to the website of the Rotary Club of Chislehurst, a very lively, active club of which I have the honour of being President during the year 2021-2022.

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Booking conditions and application form for pitch(es) at the Summer Fair.

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A plan of the area of Chislehurst Common for the Jubilee Chislehurst Summer Fair on Saturday 11th June showing the layout of pitches (subject to change as necessary).

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The Safeguarding regulations that are observed by Chislehurst Rotary

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Since 1967, the Chislehurst Rotary Club has been a source of enjoyment to its members and the local community.

Our members enjoy an active social programme and the opportunity to help others. The Rotary Club encourages service to the community both locally and internationally.

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Providing food for public consumption is subject to food safety law. The information on this page will help you to decide if you can provide food at one of our events and, if so, what additional steps you may need to take to protect the public.

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The Programme for the Summer Fair contains the plan of the fair, list of exhibitors, the entertainments schedule, and advertisements by our very generous sponsors.

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Advertisements are welcome in our Summer Fair Programme - usually 12 or 16 pages, A5, 4-colour throughout - which gives brief details of all the stallholders and the day's entertainments programme.

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Advertising in the Summer Fair Programme

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Rotary Clubs operate within areas of service - to their local, national and international communities and to the Club itself. The service areas within our Club are: Community; International; Foundation (Rotary"™s charity organisation); Club; and Social.

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Community Service is the Club's link with the local community. Emphasis is placed on links within the immediate Chislehurst area, where substantial efforts and contributions are made to help local charities and to undertake projects to help those in need.

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We are a small, but enthusiastic, Club with a strong commitment to helping those less fortunate overseas; ensuring that any aid is provided where it is needed and managed locally so that all funds are used wisely and effectively.

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The Rotary Foundation is a world wide charity whose aim is to support the efforts of Rotary International in its mission to achieve worldwide understanding and peace through local and national humanitarian, educational and cultural support programmes.

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The Club Service Committee works with our elected Club Council to ensure, as far as possible, the smooth running of the Club

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The Social team (a sub-committee of Club Service) deals with all the social aspects of the Club. If we can raise some money for charity, then that is an extra bonus!!

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Becoming part of the Rotary family.

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