Welcome

You have found your way to the website of Wellington Rotary in Shropshire. If you were trying to get somewhere else – please don’t go yet and, particularly if you’re not a Rotarian, please read on. Please take a look round our site, learn a bit more about us, and maybe get in touch – all are welcome. Please follow this link to contact us.

A Message from the RI President

In RI President Gordon McInally’s newsletter one paragraph, to me, highlighted the importance of our Rotary Fellowship. He wrote:
‘Right now, there is someone you know in the Rotary world who could use a little more of your time and attention. Rotary is this great gift of global friendship, and that also means being there for each other. Discovering the human connections that bind us is what we do through our membership every day. It’s what Rotary has always been about.
We need to learn how to ask not just “How are you?” but also “How are you really?”

By doing so, Rotary can continue to Create Hope in the World.’

2022-23 President Richard Studd (right) starts the sequence of handing on insigina/collars to the 2023-24 team: President Geoff Foulkes, President Elect Peter Seaward and President Nominee Dan Scollard-Kerr.

Wellington Rotary meets at The Pheasant Inn at Admaston (TF5 0AD) for its weekly Friday lunchtime meeting at 1pm.

Forthcoming Meetings
and Events

Can’t attend in person?
We provide an opportunity for members of Wellington Rotary, members of other Rotary groups and guests to participate in the meeting using ZOOM. If you would like to attend remotely using ZOOM, please contact the Club by following this link.

Friday 8 December – The Pheasant @ 1300, Business including the club’s Special General Meeting
Friday 15 DecemberThe Pheasant – Christmas lunch
Fridays 22 and 29 December – No meeting

Friday 5 JanuaryThe Pheasant @ 1300
Tuesday 9 January – Club Council – Cock Hotel @ 1600
Friday 12 JanuaryThe Pheasant @ 1300, Speaker meeting – Major William (Bill) McLean of the The Honourable Corps of Gentlemen at Arms

As Past President Tom Farmer always used to say the club diary “is subject to alteration without notification” !

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