Thu, Jan 17th 2019 at 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

We are pleased to announce that the Bid 4 shortlisted finalists are:

  • Warwick Tree Wardens, tree planting scheme
  • Kenilworth Centre, youth space redecoration
  • Balsall Common Primary School, community cultural kitchen
  • Myton Hospice, therapeutic gardening
  • Entrust Care Partnership, support for siblings of disabled children

After the first round of selection five groups were invited to present their projects to the team of "Dragons".

The first presentation was by Balsal Common Primary School who requested funds for the Poly-therm tunnel:
The second presentation was made by the Myton Hospis to fund their projects with different cohords of patients:
The third presentation was made by the Kenilworth Centre to fund youth space redecoration:
The fourth presentation was made by Warwick Tree Wardens to fund tree planting in public spaces:
The fifth presentation  was made by the Entrust Care Partnership to fund the support and counselling service:

All applicant were avarded with money for their projects some with full amount others with half of their requested sums. Congratulations to everybody:

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Two Castles Run Committee and Rotary members would like to thank you

Some ideas about Rotary that people may have are just wrong

Dispelling some common misconceptions

Ted of The Engine Public House.

Kenilworth pubs and bars are piling into support the Kenilworth Rotary Advent Calendar due out later this year.

From the left: John Stanton - the President of the Rotary Club of Kenilworth, John Ruddick - the organiser, Richard Dickson - Town Mayor, Gillian Clark - Club's member

With so many of Kenilworth's normal events and activities having been cancelled this year The Rotary Club of Kenilworth has devised this socially - distanced Treasure Hunt, for everyone's entertainment.

From left to right:  Ellie Fitchett of Rumours Hair and Beauty, Jess Harris of UK Beauty Club and  Sarah Doolan of GDT Automotive.

When asked if they would like to help and support local charities by donating prizes for the Kenilworth Advent Calendar, businesses in Oaks Precinct were not backwards in coming forward.

Kenilworth Advent Calendar

On Friday 30th June, the Rotary Club of Kenilworth proudly announced a major new fundraising initiative, “The Kenilworth Advent Calendar,” which will be released for sale in late September.


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Special Effect - we matched the funds raised by Kenilworth School Interact Club at their recent 'Minecraft' event in aid of this charity

The community & vocational work of the club is managed by our 'C&V' committee, led by Bob Wildman

Picture: Kenilworth Rotarians recently hosted RYLA students, Ana and Paula, from Guatemala

News of Club Events

Working to eradicate Polio

The International and Foundation activities of our club are managed by our International Committee led by Philip Austin & Foundation Committee, led by John Stanton

One of our main events!

This 10 kilometre run from Warwick Castle to Kenilworth Castle takes place in June each year and is our main club fundraiser Thank you to the 2020 runners who donated their fee to our charities

The Interact Club ('junior Rotary') of Kenilworth School receive their Club Charter from Past District Governor, Peter Roberts

Kenilworth Rotary works with young people in various projects and competitions and sponsors the Kenilworth School Interact Club

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Kenilworth Rotary ‘Bid 4 Awards II’ . The final event took place on the 21st of November 2019. The list of the awarded grants is in Details.


A joint project to help tackle hunger by packing over 50,000 meals for school children overseas and collecting UK foodbank donations

Our  Art Show took place 8th-10th November 2019
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We sold 35 paintings and many other items like pottery, glass including Christmas decorations, felted pictures, mosaics, cards, for more than £3000. We also had a very successful tombola for Heart Start.


Kenilworth Rotary Club was formed in 1960.

Recent joiner Leon with Corporate Members Band Hatton Button

We currently have around 60 members, ranging in age from 20's to late 80's. We have different categories of membership, meeting formats and activities suited to individual needs.