My Rotary - Fitting it in around work

We all only have so much time to give but being part of Rotary is an enjoyable way to spend my downtime.


For me Rotary is a way of enjoying myself whilst doing some good.  The fun and fellowship are excellent and the various charitable and service activities provide structure and transcend ages and genders.  My time can be limited but our club is happy for each person to help in ways that allow them to carry on with work and family stuff; there is no set time commitment.   Rotary is my way of giving something back for my good fortune. 

I have enjoyed many family activities with Rotary too. We enjoy walking and having some weekends away so some of the President's Challenges like Walking Hadrians Wall and climbing Snowdon have been a great.

I do what I can when I can so no matter how limited your time is you will have something to offer. Please get in touch if you would like some more information about getting involved.

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I wasn't sure what it would be like to be in a service club and whether I would fit in.

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A fundraiser for Acorns Hospice and Rotary International End Polio Now Campaign.

Show your pooch to thousands of people in the community and help to raise money for charity. Upload a photograph of your dog, choose a category to enter and make a minimum donation of £2 for charity.

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Just about fit into the car.

The Rotary Shoebox Scheme has been running since 1994. https://www.rotaryshoebox.org/about-us/ Each year the scheme sends around 50,000 boxes or gifts to countries in Eastern Europe. Gifts are sent throughout the year to orphanages, homes and hospitals.

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Rotary recognises people who make a difference in the community.

Rotary recognises significant commitment to the community

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Working with the Royal British Legion in Aldridge to ensure poppy cans are distributed and that there are plenty of volunteers to collect.

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In conjunction with Aston Manor Transport Museum Aldridge, the Rotary club are holdingn our 2nd Beer Festival on Friday 13th, Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th October 2017.

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Camping Weekend

We all only have so much time to give but being part of Rotary is an enjoyable way to spend my downtime.

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The Hoki Koki in canoes.

We gave 3 local schools the opportunity to send some pupils each with a parent to take part in a day of challenging activities.

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Tree of Light in Morrisons Aldridge

The Tree of Light stands in the Morrisons' store in Aldridge. Lights on the tree can be sponsored to remember our loved ones at this special time of the year. This is a major fundraiser for the club and helps us to support many projects.

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Weekend away visiting the Rotary Club of Tiel

Its not all about fundraising and service. An important part of Rotary is socialising and in Aldridge we organise lots of weekends away and trips out.

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We are proud to support the British Legion in Aldridge with the organisation of this annual parade.

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Garden of Reflection Plaque

Some photograph's of The Aldridge Garden of Reflection.

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Run by Aldridge Methodist Church

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Becoming the junior vice president

I joined the club in 2012 as the first female member, I was worried about what it would be like but I was warmly welcomed and know I made the right decision.

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Walk Map

A walk of around 1.3 miles routed around the village to pass benches where you may choose to rest a while.

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Are you interested in joining The Rotary Club of Aldridge? If the answer is yes, please use the email link below and we will get back in touch with you shortly.

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Rotary is cheaper than you think from just over £10 a month you can be a member with access to all sorts of projects and events.

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Two of our members are undertaking a virtual walk from Land’s End to John O’Groats (874 miles). They are walking locally every day to accumulate the total miles involved.

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Santa's Grotto

The Advent Adventure kicks off the Christmas fundraising period for the Rotary Club.

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Local community groups working together in the tidy up before Britain in Bloom.

The Rotary Club of Aldridge gets involved in lots of local projects in Aldridge. Wherever possible we work with other local groups to make improvements in Aldridge.

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A concert held at the Methodist church in Aldridge in aid of the Poppy Appeal.

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The Club works with local schools and youth groups in many ways. We run several Rotary competitions at a local, district & national level but these can be adapted in any way to suit the needs of the group.

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Individuals and small businesses take loans supporting their businesses.

Nearly 8 million people live on less than $1.90 a day. Rotary members are passionate about providing sustainable solutions to poverty.

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