Santa has been!

Sun, Dec 10th 2017 at 4:00 pm- Sun, Dec 17th 2017 - 7:00 pm

Santa was on his sleigh round the streets to find out what the children would like.
He did his best to visit all the promised streets, but the snow and frost did stop him in his tracks in some areas.

His helpers will also be meeting with the parents and the family.

We look forward to seeing everyone again. The Timetable is:

Sunday 10th Dec. Alston Crescent and all streets to Dovedale Road.       

Monday 11th Dec. The 'D' streets between Sea Road & Dykelands           

Tuesday 12th Dec. Dovedale Rd and Seaburn Dene streets.

Wednesday 13th Dec. Side Cliff Rd, Roker Park Rd and Neale St.              

Friday 15th Dec. Roker Baths Rd and southern streets to Roker Ave.      

Sunday 17th Dec. South Bents Estate.

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'What We Do' Main Pages:

Rotary Club of Seaburn works with communities overseas, mostly through The Rotary Foundation.


Rotary International's big effort to rid the world of this crippling disease started in 1985. We are so close to completing the job. Just one last push!


'We're for Communities' and work within our local community, whose assistance and support we value greatly.


Activities include working with schools,Youth Competitions, Rotary Youth Leadership Award scheme, our Interact Club, Rotakids clubs and much more.


We follow this avenue of service by helping in schools in a variety of ways. We also have speakers who tell us about their occupations.


Former Rotary Club of Seaburn Satellite Club, which was formed into a separate Rotary Club SR1.


This committee is concerned with the administration of the club. It incorporates: House; Registrar; Fellowship; Programme; Sport. The President Elect is usually the chairman of the committee, with other members taking a lead in each particular activity.

A collage of the seven cards we have on offer for sale in 2020.

Each year a new card is painted by Rotarian Randle Oliver. These are sold to friends as well as other Rotary club members to raise funds for Rotary Foundation and other charities, including our own Benevolent Fund.


This new community venture opened in August 2017. The meetings are held at 2.00 pm on the last Wednesday each month.

Redby Rotakids with their charter and Rotarians

Redby Academy Rotakids were excited to received the charter on 17th May 2016


Rotary's main purpose is to encourage and nurture volunteerism locally, nationally and internationally. We have an active Membership Committee and would like to hear from anyone interested in finding out more about Rotary.


The Rotary Club of Seaburn received a banner award in recognition of its generous support of Rotary Foundation, being the 3rd highest donor in Rotary North East. It demonstrates the club's commitment to Doing Good in the World.