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District Conference 2020 Click Here
Wild Polio Virus eliminated in Africa
Thank you to the dedicated Rotary members, health workers, donors, government leaders, and partners, that tirelessly worked to eliminate the wild poliovirus from the African Region.
Learn what this means for the fight to end polio. Learn More
Distance Aware Project More...
Rotary branded face masks Order Form Link
Rotarians can view the latest advice and updates from
Welsh Government Click Here
Rotary GB&I Click Here
Rotary in Southern Wales Brilliant Response Click Here
District Information including ZOOM Click Here
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Latest News / Newyddion Diweddaraf
Rotary Radio UK live More ...
Multi-District Training Events Goto Events on the left and register.
Monthly Club Project Award - December
RC Newport Uskmouth - Recycling old computers to benefit pupils' home learning.
KidsOut Update January 2021
National KidsOut Day is the biggest single outing for disadvantaged children. Even though this could not go-ahead last year, KidsOut still needs your help !! More...
Paul Harris Society Membership Awarded to District 1150 Rotarians
Rotarian Malcolm Hallewell and his partner Carol, both of Cowbridge Rotary, have become members of the Paul Harris Society for their annual support of the Rotary Foundation. More...
Rotary Support WORLD POLIO DAY.
Despite the restrictions caused by Covid-19 many of our Clubs were able to support World Polio Day, 24th October. e.g. Bridgend Rotary lit up three iconic buildings. Cowbridge Rotary decided to virtually celebrate World Polio Day. Plus lit up St. John The Baptist Church, Llanblethian. Henllys Honorary Member and Polio Ambassador “Roving Ronnie” travelled far and wide to spread the word. More ...
Recognition of Rotary Members Congratulations!
Rotary "State of the Nation" Report
Read the 2020 Rotary GB&I State of the Nation Report, plus access to the 2018 and 2019 reports more...
DG Alison has provided two thank you certificates for you to hand out in your communities.
South Wales Rotary Alumni
Association undertook a 24Km trek with the aim of raising money and awareness of the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Yemen ......more
LETTER TO THE FIRST MINISTER
"Rotarians in our District have risen to the challenge faced by their communities as a result of Covid-19. This is our letter to the First Minister and other dignitaries and several of their responses"
- HM Lord-Lieutenant of West Glamorgan
- Tonia Antoniassi MP
- Brigadier Robert Aitken CBE - HM Lord Lieutenant of Gwent
- Mrs. Morfudd Meredith - HM Lord-Lieutenant of South Glamorgan
Click on the cover picture on the left to read the latest issue of Spokesman which features news and photographs from clubs around District 1150.
District Scrubs Project
Rotarians and Inner Wheel members come together to support the District PPE Scrubs Project. Humanitarian lead Paula Pippen searched for stitchers and DGE Alison was one of her first volunteers More …
Zoom meeting with RI President 20/21 Holgar Knaack
Zoom is an opportunity to meet, and it fits perfectly with my theme for my Rotary Year which is “Rotary Opens Opportunities”. It certainly gave Rotarians in Southern Wales the opportunity to chat with Holgar when he joined us on 22nd April 2020, at the request of DGE Alison. More …
Mega Limb Camp
The Rotary Club of Bangalore Peenya (RI Dist. 3190) has held the Mega Limb Camp every year for over 20 years. Every year the Camp benefits around 2000 people, lasts a week and costs about $60,000. This amount must be raised each year by the Club. The 23rd Camp held in January of this year was unique for the first time it was funded by a Global Grant from the Rotary Foundation. More ...
Youth Competition Winners
Details of the competition winners can be found here.
Children in Need Update
Morriston Rotary Response to C-19
Anyone who is on their own, self-isolating, or just bored download the Zoom app e'mail me for a meeting code and join us between 7 pm and 8 pm every night for a chat.
Rotary Helps Flooded Communities
Many congratulations and thanks to all for the wonderful work you have been doing to help those affected by the recent devastating floods.
World Rotary Day (23 February) is being marked in South Wales by Rotarians from the area celebrating the milestone $1 million they have raised towards the major goal of eradicating Polio worldwide.
The money raised is specifically towards polio eradication and is in addition to the many thousands of pounds Rotary Clubs raise for local and international projects each year. More...