Health Expo

Sat, Jun 26th 2021 at 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Don’t miss our Health Expo, being held on Saturday 26th June in the Memorial Gardens, Staines, between 10am and 4pm.

We’re teaming up with Visit Staines, along with a number of health, wellbeing, mindfulness and fitness organisations from the local area to give the public an opportunity to meet them and offer their solutions to providing healthy active lifestyles.

COVID-19 has given us all an awareness of our health and wellbeing. This will be a great day to find out more about keeping healthy.

We want you to join our day and take advantage of the free tests, see the demonstrations and hear healthy living talks. See the Boot Camp and Yoga training demonstrations. Enjoy an authentic Indian take away, bungie trampolines, and a DJ.

The Thames Club and Hot Yoga Club, who are one of our lead sponsors, will be running FREE bootcamp and yoga sessions throughout the day. They welcome anyone to come and join them. Click here to register and book your space in advance so they know who is coming along.

"It’s like an MOT for Humans”.

There is also a limited supply of free sports water bottles.

'What We Do' Main Pages:

Staines Rotary has been playing its part in a global campaign to eradicate polio, raising funds over several years to help achieve it.


Despite Covid restrictions, Staines Rotary were able to take Santa on his usual Christmas rounds through to streets, assisted by groups of volunteer collectors raising funds for local charities.


For Christmas 2020, Staines Rotary donated to the Salvation Army a batch of red sacks made of an attractive thick red fabric.


2020 marked the 10th year that Staines Rotary had presented every child in Year 5 at all the Primary Schools in Staines and Laleham with an Usborne Illustrated Dictionary, which help them with their school work.


Staines Rotary were determined not to let Covid steal the community’s 2020 Christmas.


Members of Staines Rotary joined forces with clubs from across the Thames Valley at Heathrow Airport recently to raise money for BBC Children in Need.


Over the Easter holidays this year, five students from the Matthew Arnold School were selected to attend a five-day youth leadership course run by the Surrey Outdoor Learning and Development at the centre in High Ashurst, on behalf of Rotary.