District Governor

Peter Berry MPHF

District Treasurer

Steve Chambers

District Secretary

John Dehnel MPHF

Public Image Team Leader

Les Aldrich PHF

Rotary Foundation Team Leader

Hugh Holden PHF

Membership Team Leader

Graham Martin

International Service Team Leader

Karl Flowers

Youth Service Team Leader

Maureen Gariff

Immediate Past District Governor (IPDG)

Rodney Spokes PHF

District Governor Elect (DGE)

David Morris PHF

District Governor Nominee (DGN)

Steve Howe PHF

Safeguarding Officer

Moira Penney PHF

District Trainer

Nigel Aaron PHF

Assistant District Secretary

Jackie Brame

Environment Officer

Chris Davies


John Garley


Bob McKinlay MPHF

Leadership Development & Training

David Lawrence

Primary Webmaster

Ian Robinson PHF

Public Relations

Les Aldrich PHF

Membership Database Officer

Mike Warrington PHF

Assistant District Treasurer

Mike Warrington PHF

Rotaract Officer

Jake Godding

End Polio Now

Eric Hall

Compliance Officer

Will Cowell

Sergeant at Arms

Tim Tucker PHF

Independant Accounts Examiner

Eric Lennox

District Grants Sub-committee

Paul Dickinson

Council on Legislation

Geoff Blurton PHF

AG - Area 1

Colin Scott PHF

AG - Area 2

James Wood PHF

AG - Area 3

Joel Weaver

AG - Area 4

Gloria Heywood

AG - Area 5

David Kendrick PHF

AG - Area 6

Steve Howe PHF

AG - Area 7

Eddie Pearson

AG - Area 8

Bill Watson PHF

AG - Area 9

Ray Spare PHF

Youth Services (Competitions)

Alan Jukes PHF

'What We Do' Main Pages:

Youth Services is made up of 2 committees Competitions and Projects

District Governor Peter would like to invite you all to join him and Catriona for a weekend of fun, fellowship and Rotary at the end of his UNIQUE year

Pages for the annual 1070 Conference


Welcome to the Youth Projects of the District 1070 website. From here you can find information about the exciting range of Groups and Activities Rotary are associated with. Do have a browse and see what’s on offer.


Range of Competitions first held at Club level with winners progressing to District level.


​Rotaract was created by Rotary International in 1968. The new organisation was designed to promote responsible citizenship and leadership potential in young men and women between the ages of 18 and 30.


Every Rotarian brings valuable experience and skills to their club and, through their club projects, helps to improve the lives of those far less fortunate than ourselves.


How the District helps the Community. This page provides a link to the many projects managed by Rotary District 1070


Greta Thunberg observed that the vast majority of people she talks to agree entirely with what she says and then carry on as normal.


District Governor Peter Berry's Charity for this year is Polio. During the month of April is your chance to support him. The key date is 14th April for your donation, on this date if we get the most donations we get a prize.


The Foundation is the Rotary International Charity and is about helping Rotarians from all over the world to do good in the world whether at home or abroad.


Integrated Communication Removes Boundaries. New page is under construction


Membership is the lifeblood of the Rotary family. Without active and engaged members we would be unable to deliver the service in our programme and fulfil our overarching motto of Service above Self.


This page is mainly aimed at Rotarians but the information is not confidential so is viewable by non Rotarians.


Information about Rotary and our policies regarding aspects of compliance and of health & safety


This page will provide a brief history and the geography of the Towns in East Midlands Rotary and links to Rotary Clubs in those towns.


Rotary was born in Chicago on 23rd February 1905. The Founding President was Rotarian Paul Harris.