In our Community

The projects and activities that the Club have in our local Community

Rotarians with the  Haworth Ukulele group bringing Santa to the Haworth Community as part of the annual Christmas in Haworth weekends

Our members often take part in events such as the Haworth 1940s and 1960s weekends to share information about Rotary and to take the opportunity to raise funds for community projects.

In our Community sub-pages:

Sensory Garden, Oakworth

Oakworth Sensory Garden

more For many years now the members have been maintaining the Oakworth Sensory Garden on Dockroyd Road

Providing a Barbeque for Sue Ryder Manorlands annual gala

Supporting Local Charities

more We support many local Charities in a number of ways. From helping with Bucket Collections, supporting a hospice garden party, coordinating car parking at fundraising events, to helping wrap and deliver Christmas presents to those in need

President Maxine with club member Duncan Clark get digging for the Jubilee planting

Oakworth Sensory Garden

more Club members planting roses in the Oakworth Sensory Garden to commemorate the Queens Diamond Jubiliee

Kids Out

more Since 2002 our club, in conjunction with the Rotary Club of Keighley, have supported the annual Kids Out events at Flamingo Land and Lightwater Valley

Contact the Elderly pictures

more The Rotary Club have been coordinating Contact the Elderly events since 2013. These are a selection of photos from the afternoon teas through the years (1 page below this)

Tree Planting at Sugden End

more Club members helping to plant trees at Sugden End near Haworth

Step Up Market Challenge. Keighley 2012

more Club Community & Vocational chair Hilary Wharton attending the prize giving for the Step Up Market Challenge in Keighley on Saturday 30th June.

Fundraising at Events

more For a number of years the club took part in the Haworth 1940's weekend, raising funds by "Shearing the Sheep" and "Plucking the Duck". At the moment we are planning other opportunities but the Duck will be appearing at the 1960’s weekend on 22nd June.