How to Find Us

During Covid-19 we are meeting via Zoom.

Here are the directions to our meeting venue for when thing return to normal.


If you are a Rotarian visiting the area or are interested in Rotary, you will be made very welcome at our meetings - check the venue and programme pages for further details or call us on our club mobile number 07934 370524 which is held by one of our Club members.

When using your Sat Nav put in L27 2YA.

Directions from the M62 traveling towards Liverpool

Leave the Motorway at Junction 6 (A5080/A5300/M57). At the roundabout take the 4th exit, A5080 (signposted Huyton). Go straight through the first set of traffic lights (turn left being the only other exit) and, about half a mile later, at the second set of traffic lights, turn left (signposted Netherley). Go under the Motorway. The entrance to CGC is a few hundred yards further down this road, on the left. The entrance comes on you quickly so take it easy and look for the signpost on the right pointing to the drive on the left.

Directions from the M62 traveling away from Liverpool

Leave the Motorway at Junction 5 (A5080) and at the roundabout take the 1st exit, A5080 (signposted Huyton). Go straight on to a roundabout and take the second exit (signposted Motorway M62, Cronton). Travel for about half a mile and turn right at the first set of traffic lights (signposted Netherley). Go under the Motorway. The entrance to CGC is a few hundred yards further down this road, on the left. The entrance comes on you quickly so take it easy and look for the signpost on the right pointing to the drive on the left.

Directions from the Runcorn Bridge

Cross River Mersey using the Runcorn Bridge in the direction of Liverpool. Keep straight on for about 3 miles. Branch left at the Junction with the A5300 (signposted Liverpool, Southport) and at the roundabout take the 3rd exit, A5300. After about 3 more miles, branch left at the Junction with A5080/M57/M62 (signposted Liverpool) and at the roundabout take the 2nd exit A5080 (signposted Huyton). Go straight through the first set of traffic lights (turn left being the only other exit) and, about half a mile later, at the second set of traffic lights, turn left (signposted Netherley). Go under the Motorway. The entrance to CGC is a few hundred yards further down this road, on the left. The entrance comes on you quickly so take it easy and look for the signpost on the right pointing to the drive on the left.

Directions from the M57

Travel down the M57 in the direction of the M62 Motorway. Leave at Junction 1 (signposted Huyton) and at the roundabout take the 6th exit, A5080 (signposted Huyton). Go straight through the first set of traffic lights (turn left being the only other exit) and, about half a mile later, at the second set of traffic lights, turn left (signposted Netherley). Go under the Motorway. The entrance to CGC is a few hundred yards further down this road, on the left. The entrance comes on you quickly so take it easy and look for the signpost on the right pointing to the drive on the left.

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Newsletter from one of the charities we have helped.

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What does the Community Service Committee do at Rotary Liverpool South.

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What does the Vocational and Youth Committee do at The Rotary Club of Liverpool South?

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Details of who the Club has helped over the years and thanks from those we have supported.

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Father Christmas and his favourite Elf.

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What does Club Administration do and Club Administration Committee details for Rotary Year 2020-21

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What are the benefits of Membership of Rotary International and the Rotary Club of Liverpool South?

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What does the Public Image do at Rotary Liverpool South (previously Liverpool Garston).

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What does the Foundation / International Service Committee do at Liverpool South Rotary Club?

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Social and Sports events that Club Members have enjoyed.

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During Covid-19 we are meeting via Zoom. Here are the directions to our meeting venue for when thing return to normal.

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Club Council Reports can only be accessed by Members through Members Only Pages.

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