Fellowship/Business Meeting, 6.15 for 6.30pm

Mon, Oct 17th 2022 at 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Agenda: click on details


1. Apologies

2. Minutes of last meeting

3. Sleigh TW

4. Balls BH

5. Rotary Regatta TW KH

6. Swimathon KW

7. Social Events KH CO

8. Friends of Rotary KW

9. Potential members KW

10. Donation in memory of Terry Sumpter KW

11. Use of sleigh by Care home KW

12. Treasurers report CO

13. Any other business

14. Next meeting 21st November 2022

'What We Do' Main Pages:

24th October is World Polio Day


From Rotary Club local heats to national finals, Rotary Youth Competitions in a range of creative areas let young people’s skills flourish.


Brighter Futures launched their Radiotherapy Appeal in 2015. Today, 7 years later, a ribbon cutting ceremony has taken place at the Great Western Hospital


All the funds will go to local charities supported by us


£1286 has been sent from our Emergency Disaster Fund to the Disasters Emergency Committee UKRAINE HUMANITARIAN APPEAL


Rotary’s second major donation, of £208,000, was handed over on 7th July 2021 when local Rotarians visited the Great Western Hospital to view the build progress of the nearly completed radiotherapy unit.


A brief summary of our Rotary year ending 30/06/2022


Giving money and support to the people in Swindon & district who need it most


We went to the races in March. It was a meeting with 10 races, 8 riders in each. It wasn’t at Epsom, or Haydock Park, or just up the M4 at Newbury. It was, of all places, in Wanborough Village Hall.


"In musical entertainment Swindon punches way above its weight. Some of the youngsters we've heard tonight will go on to make a name for themselves"


The Rotary Club of North Wiltshire (the name was changed to the Rotary Club of Swindon North in 2008) received its charter from Rotary International on 28th September 1966


Rotarian Terry Williams' remarkable and unique fund raising effort, living in a ShelterBox emergency tent for a week in the Market Place, Highworth