District Assembly 2022

DGE Kath Bromilow and District Team Leaders outline their goals for the 2022-2023 Rotary Year "Imagine Rotary".

Imagine Rotary

Those members of District 1190 who are unable to watch the live District Assembly Zoom webinar presentations on the evenings of 26-28 April 2022 will be able to watch a recorded version which will be posted after the completion of the 3 sessions.


26th April:
DGE Kath Bromilow – Plans for the District next year; Nicki Scott RI Director and Leader of the Association for Rotary GB&I; Grace O’Malley past winner of Young Musician and a rising opera star.

27th April:
Roddy Duncan – a current example of Alternative Rotary; Diane Forbes – PI presentation on refreshing our image; Youth activities update - Anthony Chick.

28th April:
Incredible Edible Brampton & Longtown – a project that benefits the whole community - Wendy Aldred and Kevin Walsh; District Safeguarding - Tim Leeson; Polio & Foundation update - John McGill.

Register in advance for each assembly session by using the links below.
You are free to attend as many of the sessions as you wish.

Session 1 – Tuesday 26th April 2022


Session 2 – Wednesday 27th April 2022


Session 3 – Thursday 28th April 2022


After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Please note that these sessions are being held on Zoom webinar. All attendees will be muted, and cameras will be in the off mode.

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Rotary Crocus Planting team in October

Planting Purple Crocus near Blackburn Cathedral to remind people that we are very near to eliminating this disease from the world. When a child is immunised their finger is dipped in purple dye, so they are not overdosed.

Banner from Rotary Club of Griffin Visit

Club visit to the Rotary Club of Griffin, Georgia in the United States


Blackburn Rotary have supported the small but very effective Andrew Finch Education Trust over several years.