KidsOut Day

Wed, Jun 8th 2022 at 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Kingston Rotary Club together with Rotary Clubs of New Malden, Surbiton and Walton organise a day out to Chessington World of Adventures for disabled/disadvantaged children


The first National Rotary KidsOut Day took place in 1990 and since then it has turned into the biggest single outing for disadvantaged children in the UK. With more than 28,000 children participating in 2019, the National Day Out is run nationally in conjunction with Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland (RIBI) and is always on the second Wednesday in June.

To make the National Rotary KidsOut Day the success that it is, more than 10,000 Rotarians volunteer on the day at over 100 venues. Whether they live with critical health issues, in refuge or with a disability, children across the country are taken on a fun day out to the zoo, a theme park or even the seaside, often for the first time in their lives.

Kingston, New Malden, Surbiton and Walton on Thames Rotary Clubs join together to organise and host annual trips to Chessington World of Adventures this is a fun day out for local children who might otherwise never be able to have an experience which most of us would take for granted. We are also providing for carers/teachers who will accompany and give specialist care to their charges. If you want to see more visit

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