Chesham Rotary Games

Looking for something fun and entertaining to add the “WOW” factor to your event whilst also allowing you to raise additional funds for your cause!! Look no further than using the Rotary Club of Chesham Games.


We have been busy over the past few years creating new Rotary Games to add to our existing portfolio.  If you would like to add our assortment of games to your event, then please do get in touch.

Schools / Fundraising

Looking for something fun and entertaining to add the “WOW” factor to your event whilst also allowing you to raise additional funds for your cause!!  Look no further than using the Rotary Club of Chesham Games.  Subject to games’ and supporting crew availability, we can provide a selection of the Rotary Games for a small donation/FOC for your event. Enquire here (link to enquiry form)

Corporate - Teambuilding

Looking for some old fashioned fun and entertainment to compliment your team building events.  Then look no further than the Rotary Club of Chesham Games.  Subject to games’ and supporting crew availability, we can provide a selection of the Rotary Games for your event. Enquire here (link to enquiry form)

Other Rotary Clubs

Looking for some old fashioned fun and entertainment to compliment your team building events.  Then look no further than the Rotary Club of Chesham Games.  Subject to games’ and supporting crew availability, we can provide a selection of the Rotary Games (for a small donation) for your event. Enquire here (link to enquiry form)

Overview of Rotary Games

If you are looking for some old fashioned fun and entertainment to complement your team building events, then look no further to our range of Rotary Games.

Climb the Mountain (x 2)

(1 or 2 players)

Component Parts

Wooden board  (8 ft x 4 ft) 
Golf Ball Carriage with pulley/handles
Golf Ball Holder and Balls
Stands to Support

Playing Instructions

Players use the pulleys on each side on the board to transport the golf ball to the top of the mountain whilst avoiding losing it in the many holes


Castle Corks (x 1)

(1, 2 or more players)

Component Parts

2 black trestles
Wooden board
Net Cover
Bulldog Clip
Wooden Castle Front
Trebuchet/Balister/Catapult
Champagne Corks 

Playing Instructions

Players get 10 wine corks each. Using the trebuchet/balister/catapult, they try to dislodge the corks from the castle windows.  The winner is the player who dislodges the most champagnes corks. 

Bagatelle (x 1)

(2 players)

Component Parts

2 black trestles
Wooden board
2 x Trebuchet/Balister/Catapult
Champagne Corks 

Playing Instructions

Players get given 5/10 pucks each.They then use the catapult to try and land pucks in holes. Pucks landing in a hole gets the score denoted. Add up scores. Any pucks that come within reach from where the player is standing (ie. At end/not by coming round the side) can be fired again.


Jackball Trackway (x 2)

(1, 2 or more players)

Component Parts

2 black trestles
4ft Wooden board with series of 10 holes
2 sticks
Bowling Jack

Playing Instructions

The table is dead level with the sticks are closed at the beginning of play. Ball is placed on top of the sticks and player has to open the sticks to enable to ball to roll down towards them, trying to get the ball into the hole nearest them which earns 10 points.  It’s harder than it looks!


Mirror Writer (x 2)

(1 player)

Component Parts

Mirror Frame
Pens
Maze Papers/Card
Chair

Playing Instructions

Player sits at a chair in front of the Mirror Writer. Paper is put in place. Looking only in the mirror, player to draw a line from start to end staying within the heavy black lines.


Hook the Ring (x 1)

(2 players)

Component Parts

Hook Frame
Scoring Board
Peg

Playing Instructions

The peg starts in the middle of the scoring board. Each player stands on either side of the hook frame and tries to catch their ring on the hook on their side. If they succeed they move the peg towards their end. This continues until they reach their end of the scoring board. This becomes a game of back and forth until there is a winner.


Turntable Balance (x 2)

(2 players)

Component Parts

Rotary based square block  
Round disk (2 ft x 2 ft) with 6 coloured segments hanging from chain
22 x light wooden blocks with grey circle
22 x dark wooden blocks with amber circle
2 x dice with colours
2 x dice with dots

Playing Instructions

Players take alternate turns. 

Player 1 throws each dice which determines the colour segment and how many blocks they need to place.  

Whatever number they throw, they then have to place that number of blocks on the colour segment they have thrown on the coloured dice.  

Player 2 then throws each dice and does the same

Players alternate until the weight of blocks on the disk makes one or more fall off.  

Blocks cannot be stacked. 

Blocks cannot be placed within the inner circle

Peg Spike (x 2)

(2 players)

Component Parts

Wooden cross with broom handle
Shape with hole on rope and handle

Playing Instructions

Holding the small wooden handle above the broom stick, players need to get the hole in the piece of wood over the broom handle.


Cornhole (x 2)

(1, 2 or more players)

Component Parts

1 x 4 ft x 2 ft Board with hole and yellow arrow
1 x 4 ft x 2 ft Board with hole and red arrow
2 x stand to put large Boards at a angle
3 x Robin rice bags
2 x Liquorice Allsorts rice bags 
Pole to create throwing distance

Playing Instructions

Boards can either be facing each other 20 ft apart OR next to each other on a base line.

Each player gets 3-4 bags of rice to throw into the hole and scores a point for each successful throw.

The winner is the one with the most points.

'What We Do' Main Pages:

PHF Awards

At the end of June, The Rotary Club of Chesham presented two local people with the most prestigious award from Rotary Foundation and International – THE PAUL HARRIS FELLOWSHIP.

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Whiskey Tasting Evening

A successful whiskey tasting evening on 22nd November with John and Maggie Cook

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Paul Harris Award

Presentation of the Paul Harris Fellowship Award to Paul Brooks on Sunday 19th May 2019

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Rotary at Chesham Carnival

Chesham Rotary Club members were pleased to be involved in this year’s Chesham Schools Carnival, the main event being in Lowndes Park.

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Chesham Grammar

The Mayor of Chesham, Rotary Club of Chesham and Chiltern Chamber of Commerce were delighted to present a Special Recognition Award to the students of Chesham Grammar School

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Chesham Rotary has one or two speakers or visitors each month during our meetings. Have a look at what has been happening recently.

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Looking for something fun and entertaining to add the “WOW” factor to your event whilst also allowing you to raise additional funds for your cause!! Look no further than using the Rotary Club of Chesham Games.

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Ivingswood Planting

Report on the work at Ivingswood during August and September 2020, by Chesham Rotary.

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Young Musician District Final

Chesham Rotary Candidate, Greg Bealing, Wins the District Final

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Chesham Rotary Club would like to thank residents and visitors to Chesham who supported our Christmas Float over the Christmas period and made our collections for local charities such a success. You can donate here

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Putting Evening

Over 50 members of the two clubs took part in this event held at Little Hay Golf Complex

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Inner Wheel Putting Evening

On Tuesday 17th July 2018 the annual titanic struggle took place between opposing teams for the 'Texas Scramble’ golfing match. This was followed by the putting competition and supper organised and hosted by Inner Wheel.

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Letters of thanks received by Chesham Rotary

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Young Photographer

Chesham Rotary Club held the local round of the National Young Photographer competition, where local youngsters took photos based on a ‘Wild Nature‘ theme.

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Morgan Car Factory

Chesham Rotarians and partners visited the Morgan car factory on the 28th March 2019

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The Rotary Club of Chesham promises to respect the confidentiality of any personal data members or supporters share with us.

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Rotary recognises the service given by one member of the Chiltern Chamber of commerce who has given unselfish support to the community for many years.

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Silversons Presentation

Silverson Machines Limited recognised for Excellence in Manufacturing and services to the Chesham Community.

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Rotarians Mervyn Edwards and Chris Marsh give their report to members concerning the Christmas 2021 activities

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Chesham Rotary Logo

Chesham Rotary has been around for 75 years. We are an organisation of practical action and we are proud of the Chesham community rising to the current challenge.

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Theatre Shed

Cheques have been presented to those organisations that collected with the Rotary Santa Sleigh

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The Rotary Club of Chesham are supporting Chiltern Music Therapy and other local groups (who have or do support dementia suffers and carers), by organising a walk in the beautiful Chiltern Hills on Sunday 4th September 2022.

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Santa Tracker

In Christmas 2017 Chesham Club pushed the technology barrier and used an Online Tracker System to pin point the actual location of Santa directly onto the club website as it was happening.

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Kids Out 2019

Chesham Rotary took children and carers to Whipsnade Zoo on 12th June.
See the letters of thanks from the children on this page

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Stroke Awareness Day

The Rotary Club of Chesham once again organised the annual Stroke Awareness Day on Saturday 12th May 2018

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CRACC

This was an incredible show of local talent by children and adults from Chesham and surrounding area. The versatility, inspiration and professionalism shown by the artistes was absolutely amazing.

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Crocus Planting

Crocus planting for World Polio Day Wednesday 24th October 2018

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Santa

Santa's Visit Programme for 2021 has been finalised. He will be visiting streets in and around Chesham. Find the Santa Tracker here.

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Technology Tournament 2019

A Technology Tournament was hosted by the Chiltern Hills Academy on Friday 1st March organised by the Rotary Clubs of Amersham, Chesham, and Great Missenden.

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Young Citizen

Chesham Rotary awards this years 'Young Citizen' to Jenson Thomas

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Rotary Youth Competitions

Thousands of youngsters take part every year in our youth competitions which in most cases take the form of regional heats followed by a national final. The majority are categorised into junior, intermediate and advanced age groups.

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BBQ

A great BBQ with good music and lovely weather. September 2019

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On the 19th August members of Chesham Club and guests attended President Kalpesh Patel's Barbecue.

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Entries are now closed. We will keep you updated with the results.

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Zoom Tea

On Wednesday 17th June, President Jeremy Wyman arranged for a special event to mark the end of his Presidency. A VIRTUAL CREAM TEA !!!

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Young Chef Winner 2019

The Rotary Young Chef competition was held on Saturday 12th January 2019 at Piper's Corner School

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Chesham Rotary were delighted to be able to help the volunteers of the Toy Bank

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The Water Slide

In May this year Chesham Rotary Club supported Mayor Emily Culverhouse in the Mayor’s Charity Water Slide Event held in Lowndes Park.

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The Rotary Clubs of Amersham, Chesham and Great Missenden extend their congratulations to all the winners.

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What's been happening in Chesham in preperation for the Christmas festivities

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Please use this link if you wish to donate to Chesham Rotary

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Arts Festival 2019

Chesham Rotary helped with stewarding and presented 2 bursaries.

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Peace in the Park

A huge 'thank you' to every single person who came along.

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CVMVC

Celebration of 25 years of the Chess Valley Male Voice Choir. Sponsored by The Rotary Club of Chesham 23rd March 2019

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Presentation to Heritage House

Chesham Rotary club has donated a commercial microwave and a blender for use in the cafe

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Presentation of cheques

Chesham Rotary have made several donations recently.

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Santa

Santa's Visit Programme for 2021 has been finalised. He will be visiting streets in and around Chesham.You can get to the Santa Tracker from this page.

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Some of the photos that were taken during the christmas in Chesham celebrations held on the 24th November 2017

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Chesham Rotary 70th Charter Night

A great time was had by all at Chesham Rotary's black tie dinner on Saturday 23rd September

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Winners

The Technology Tournament for teams of Secondary Schoolchildren.
The 2018 Technology Tournament took place on 23rd February at the Chiltern Hills Academy, Chesham.

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