Rotary South East (UK) & Gibraltar
“Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change — across the globe, in our communities,
and in ourselves.”
79 Rotary Clubs - All Making A Difference
We have 79 great Rotary Clubs in Rotary District 1120; stretching from the South East of London, along the Kent and Sussex coasts and also including Gibraltar. We are 2,300 men and women; all having fun whilst serving our communities and making a difference worldwide.
What We Do
We like to meet people, socialise and have fun together whilst doing good in the world.
We apply our leadership and expertise to solve social issues. We raise funds and manage projects both locally in our own communities and also overseas to promote peace, alleviate poverty, support education, fight disease, provide clean water and address poor sanitation.
Since the mid eighties Rotary, together with the World Health Organisation and other partners, has also been at the forefront of the battle to eradicate polio from the world.
Rotary At The Heart of Your Community
Rotarians are ordinary people who go that extra mile to help other people and in the process widen their circle of friends and enhance their social life.
Thinking About Joining Rotary?
If you think Rotary could be for you, please find your nearest Rotary Club or email email@example.com. We would love to hear from you soon.
We see opportunities where others see obstacles. We're change makers and problem solvers.
We continue to provide access to clean water, tackle global heath concerns, support education and build the foundations for peace across borders.
We're Rotary and there's no limit to what we can do.
Canterbury Cathedral Goes Purple
We are grateful to Canterbury Cathedral for illuminating part of the cathedral with purple lighting on World Polio Day 2017.
We're For Communities
We can do something to strengthen our community because we are Rotary.
Rotary Travels with Brenda (DG 2018-19)
Brenda is having fun around Rotary South East & Gibralter so to keep up with her travels please visit Brenda's blog.