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ROTARY - WINNING THE WAR AGAINST POLIO

End Polio Now

World Polio Day is scheduled for Tuesday, October 24, 2017, and there is just cause to celebrate!more

Global Grant Scholars 2017

Rotary Beds, Bucks and Herts are proud to host four Global Grants Scholars from September, 2017 through to August, 2018.more

In the next 30 days...

Registration Form for the Autumn Meeting of the District Golfing Society Available here. more
Novotel, Knebworth Park Stevenage, SG1 2XS
Come along to our Quiz Night on 20 October 2017. Everybody is welcome. more
Our popular quiz night is being held again at MK Snap on Friday 27 October, 7.30pm start. Team of up to 6 per table. Early bird tickets at £11 per person if purchased prior to 3 October, £12 thereafter. more
VENUE: POMFRET SUITE, TOWCESTER RACECOURSE more
Tickets £12.50 - includes supper Sponsor a Duck - Name It - Race It - £10
Our Firework Display has become a local tradition for all. Fireworks, bonfire, burgers, hot dogs and licensed bar come along and enjoy the evening. LHS parents are invited to help with marshalling duties contact enquiries@brookmansparkrotary.org.uk more
Our annual Fireworks Display at Brooklands School, Leighton Buzzard more
Local schools compete for a place in the Regional Finals. Venue Kings Langley School
Holiday Inn, Breakspear Way, Hemel Hempstead, HP2 4UA
Johnny ‘Rooster’ Byron, local waster and modern day Pied Piper, is a wanted man. Council officials want to serve him an eviction notice, a thug wants to give him a serious kicking and his mates want to get their hands on his drugs stash. more
Broadway Hotel, Letchworth Garden City, SG6 3NZ Join Letchworth Howard Rotary Club in raising funds for Garden House Hospice and other Rotary charities. more
Meeting of the District Council

Welcome to the new site for Rotary in Beds, Bucks and Herts.

Rotary is an organisation that provides ordinary people with extraordinary opportunities to do more with their lives than they ever thought possible. Opportunities come along all the time but the trick is to be able to recognise that opportunity.  The only difference between a small opportunity and a great one is what you do with it.

Rotarians within the 57 clubs of this district are presented with opportunities every day - we have been fortunate this year to have witnessed many of those small opportunities grow into something of lasting benefit to individuals and communities both at home and abroad.


The Rotary Foundation, our charity, is an ideal vehicle to be able to transform an opportunity in this Centenary year of The Rotary Foundation.  Clubs in District 1260 have been very active with grants both District and Global in doing good in the world. District grants have been used to supplement club funds by:

  • Funding young people to paint classrooms in Nepal.
  • Sending mosquito nets to Cambodia
  • Providing football equipment for impaired youths and adults.
  • Sending Literary Boxes and ShelterBoxes to various parts of the world following disasters.
  • Providing art materials for Romanian children and many more similar causes.


Global Grants this year have included:

  • Supplying clean water to remote villages in Madagascar.
  • Assisting a young doctor to further his knowledge and skills with a scholarship to Yale University.
  • Providing medical equipment to a hospital in Pakistan.
  • Bore holes for clean water in Zimbabwe.
  • Hosting 9 Global Scholars on behalf of 'Rotary in London' District 1130.

By reversing a Global Grant we have, with financial assistance from the Rotary Club of Bloomington, Minnesota, provided 15 Public Access Defibrillators at locations nominated by clubs across our three counties.

Clubs in District 1260 have been very supportive of the Rotary in Britain and Ireland 'Purple4Polio' awareness campaign - planting 10,000 crocus corms, organising Jam and Tea events and displaying the children's iron lung at many events and venues.
This initiative has almost doubled our annual contribution to End Polio Now.


If you need to access the old site please use the following link: 

http://archive.rotary1260.org.uk

Rotarians you need to login using either your Club Template  or RIBI Username and Password details to access the Members Only section of the site.

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