Nov, Dec 2022 Low Cost City Parking - LOOK OUT FOR OUR SIGNS & BANNERS

Sat, Nov 26th 2022 at 9:00 am- Sat, Dec 31st 2022 - 7:00 pm

Our Annual Big Fundraiser BEGINS ! Weekends plus Tue-Sat 27-31 Dec.
£7 / day suggested donation - or MORE !?

ALL MONIES GO TO GOOD CAUSES.   Info Leaflet Click Here

Want to do a bit of City centre Xmas Shopping ?  

Maybe go to the Panto or have fun on Parkers Pieces ?

Cambridge City Venues - Chemistry Dept, Lensfield Road AND Downing Site, Tennis Court Road.

13 x Dates :

Sat / Sun     26/27 Nov

Sat / Sun          3/4 Dec

Sat / Sun     10/11 Dec

Sat / Sun      17/18 Dec

Tue - Sat     27 - 31 Dec

Opening Times : Downing Site - Sat 8.30am - 7pm & Sun 10am - 7pm

                             Chemistry Site - Sat 10am - 5pm & Sun 11am - 5pm.                                                              LOOK OUT FOR OUR ROTARY - Cambridge South - Banners & Charity Parking Signs

COST / DONATION  £7 or more  / Day  


- Mill Road Winter Fair 2022 - Music, Dancing, Food, Stalls - Saturday 3rd December   10.30am to 4.30pm.

- The North Pole on Parkers Piece - from Mon 31 Oct 2022 - skating, fun rides, crepes, Cambridge Eye Ferris Wheel and more. (City Council to confirm details)

- Cambridge Christmas Market - Handmade Gifts and Street Food.

- Punting on the River - Warm rugs, Hot Chocolate and entertainment commentary.

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All are Welcome to this free cafe.

The Hotel and carpark Entrance

You can find us at the Arundel House Hotel.

DEADLINE was 14th Oct 2022

Charities are invited to submit grant applications - annually we give out over £30,000 - Fill in a Form and make your case ! Our next round of donations will be given in early 2023. THANK YOU to all applicants.

David Ellis with Past President James Watts

Recognition of an individuals efforts


How to join us...

Mini Olympics 2017

This committee aims to put on events and support organisations that encourage and develope children and young people.


The Projects Committee manages fund-raising activities and recommends the charities to receive funding to the Club Council and Business meeting. It also supports our International projects.


Supporting the local community is a core Rotary aim.

John Helmsing

Foundation Objectives - co-ordinating international projects using Rotary grants where possible.


The International projects and activities are co-ordinated within the Projects committee.