Environmental activities

We aim to raise the profile of environmental issues with our members and within the local community

Kingston Rotary aims to increase the Environmental awareness of its members and promote environmental protection to the community.

Using our skills we provide volunteers and support to improve the environment of local charities such as Yorda Adventures.

We were pleased to join with the Mayor Cllr. Margaret Thompson's Mobile Phone "Mop Up" campaign and recycled lots of mobile phones.

We have joined with CARA (Canbury and Riverside Association) to do a litter pick in Canbury Gardens and then joined with their gardening volunteers to plant bulbs in the formal beds. 

In the November of our Centennial year we are hoping to plant some trees/hedging along the boundary of the Fairfield Recreational Ground in Kingston. 



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more An annual event in which disabled and disadvantaged children are given a fun day out which takes place at Chessington World of Adventures on Wed 12th June 2024

Community Champions Award

more Sarah Clay from Voices of Hope receiving a Rotary in Great Britain & Ireland Community Champions Award

Christmas Activities

more We take our sleigh around the streets of Kingston and we fundraise outside Sainsbury's in Richmond Road

Kingston upon Thames Rotarians Paul & Christine voluteering at a Vaccine centre

COVID19 activities

more During this pandemic we have been active in the community by supporting various local organisations.

Receipients of our 2018 Adult Achievers Awards with Mayor Cllr. Thay Thayalan and President Phillip Holt

Adult Achievers Awards

more Working with local adult education organisations we hold an annual award ceremony to honour adults who have achieved in further education despite overcoming personal difficulties.

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Kingston members clearing foliage at Yorda Playhouse

Community Activities

back We build relationships and support our local community with projects and events