Welcome

You have found your way to the website of the Rotary Club of Wellington. 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.

President Peter welcomes 2021-2022 President Tom.
The full video can be seen on our Facebook page

After a sixteen month period without a face to face club meeting, members were again able to meet at the Buckatree Hotel on Friday 30th July. During the period that our in-person activities and events were curtailed as a result of pandemic restrictions, our support for the community and international service continued, albeit in different ways.

What’s Going On

Can’t attend in person? You can enjoy our speakers and company with a ZOOM link whether you are a member, guest or interested in membership or the speakers subject.

If you are a visiting Rotarian or a prospective member and would like to attend a club meeting (in person or on ZOOM) please contact the Club by following this link.

Forthcoming meetings and events:

Friday, September 24th @13.00 Speaker meeting – Dame Fiona Woolf – City of London Livery Guilds
Sunday, September 26th – Lunch at Wrekin Golf Club
Friday October 8th @13.00 Speaker meeting – Brian Lewis talk on ‘Building Regulations since The Great Fire of London’
Saturday, October 9th – Young Carers Fun Day at Wrekin Scout Camp
Tuesday, October 12th – Club Council

Friday October 15th @11.30 Tree of Light Envelope Stuffing and Social Meeting.
Saturday, October 23rd – District Conference
Friday, November 12th @13.00 – Speaker meeting – Dick Bailey – Remembrance

Friday, November 19th – Club visit to Pitchford Hall
Friday, December 10th @13.00 – SGM
Friday, December 17th – Christmas Lunch

The Rotabilia@1230 newsletter will be published on Saturdays, September 25th, October 9th and 23rd, November 6th and 20th, December 4th and 18th.


As President Tom Farmer always used to say ‘this is subject to alteration without notification’ !

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