Speakers who have made presentations to our Club

Club Meetings

We have speakers on a regular basis. Many from voluntary organiszations who are working in the community, and others who have an interesting story to tell.

Speakers sub-pages:

Ron Duxbury

Past District Governor Ron Duxbury

more Commentators' Cock Ups

Billy with President Dave

Billy Walden

more Billy Walden award winning carpenter.

Project Trust

more On 7th March the speaker was Clara Standing, a student at QES school in Kirkby Lonsdale

Alzheimer's Society

more Visit

Mary with president Hugh

Visit by District Governor Mary Bradley

more Mary Welcomed and inducted a new member and spoke about Rotary

Dand and President Hugh together with the 'Britains Best Load' award.

Seasons Bakery

more Dan Nemeth gave an insight into the success of Seasons Bakery.

Mary's Meals

Mary's Meals

more Duncan Hamlett gave us an update on Mary's Meals.

Wennington Hall

Job Talk

more David Tuohy Gave his Job Talk

Glynis Receives a Cheque from President Hugh


more Presentation to Headway from Booths Santa Collection

President Hugh with Robin

Robin Collins talks about 'Service on Brittania'.

more Robin Collins served on the Royal Yacht for 4 years, and told us of his experiences.

Castle Head Field Centre

Rotary Youth Programme of Enrichment

more Two sponsored pupils talked about their Rypen experience

Kirkby Lonsdale Scouts

Kirkby Lonsdale Scout Group

more Member of Kirkby Lonsdale Scout Group Told us of their trip to the HOME Jamboree in Austria.

The Margaret Mary Timpany


more Visit by 2 Members of our Local RNLI

Glenys Marriott from Headway with President Nigel


more Headway gives support to people who have had head injuries

Rebecca and Ruth Receiving a donation from President Nigel


more Rebecca and Ruth run the Sunbeams group providing for children and families who have members on the autism spectrum

Clarity visits Lunesdale Rotary

more Sophie McKie and Frank Owen showed hove Clarity provided opportunities for people who are blind or disabled