The UK has a lovely tradition with local fairs. Every green space around our Borough seems to light up at some point during the summer months to bring out stalls and fun activities.
The Rotary Fair provides an opportunity for numerous charity stalls to publicise their activities and display their wares. But the other purpose of the fair is to provide a lovely day out for everyone who lives or works in Twickenham.
Please come and enjoy the fair, which continues the tradition of the HANDS Charity Fair on Twickenham Green every late May bank holiday. We hope HANDS will see The Rotary Fair as a worthy successor to their many successful years organising and running the fair.
If you would like to apply for a stall at the fair, please go to The Rotary Fair website therotaryfair.uk
more 29 May 2023 on Twickenham Green
more On 10 March 2023 the Mayor of the Borough of Richmond upon Thames Julia Cambridge invited four local Rotary clubs to a reception in York House.
more In 2019 Twickenham upon Thames Rotary (TuT Rotary) moved to a new location at Cobham Rugby Club
more Our annual trip for local residents took in a river trip from Walton to Staines and back. Chugging gently along the river past narrow boats, barges and swans, we enjoyed a nice cup of tea and a good chat.
more Annual trip for elderly and disabled in our area
more The Community Service committee provides help to a number of local charities and causes
more Twickenham upon Thames Rotary (TuT Rotary) is very pleased to help and support the Vineyard Centre in Richmond, which offers a wonderful sanctuary and support network for many local people
more Every June, Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland together with KidsOut take over 25,000 disadvantaged children on a fun day out. This year’s Kids Out takes place on 13th June 2018.
more Every year, members of Rotary and qualified medical practitioners are at Squires Garden Centre for the Annual Stroke Awareness Day. Do venture along and have your blood pressure checked.
more This year's annual Golden Day Out was on the Watercress Line
more We have supported Richmond Furniture Scheme several times over the years with various projects
more On 31 October 2010, the President Kike Wilkinson and several club members went to see in action the boat we had helped the Twickenham Sea Scouts Corps to purchase
more The 7500 crocus bulbs planted in local primary schools last October are in bloom now in the Spring - reminding pupils of the Polio Plus campaign and the purple fingers of immunised children
more On 29 November Anne Wallace updated the club on the work of the the Crossway Pregnancy Crisis Centre. It is a free and confidential service, formed to help women facing an unplanned pregnancy, or dealing with an abortion or miscarriage.
more Rotary club members donated four durable hard-wood benches to the hospital on on 4 August 2010.
more During the 2008-2009 Rotary year the club presented Home Link respite care centre with £2000 to purchase a new commericial grade cooker for their kitchen at their centre next to St Augustine's Church.
more Annual outing for the elderly of our area
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