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. Planning for the future is our priority.
PRESIDENT PETER WRITES
So far during the lockdown Wellington Rotary distributed £10,000 to local and international charities despite our members being very largely in the at risk category. Naturally the Rotarians at anxious to return to our full programme of events to have good fun, support the community, and to raise funds for those less fortunate than ourselves.
There were many members of our community who volunteered to help others in many ways and I am sure our gratitude goes out to them, but I would ask them to consider continuing their exceptionally good works by joining Rotary. Anyone interested can contact Wellington Rotary via our redesigned website
wellingtonrotary.org.uk or email to
Unfortunately our lunch time meetings are suspended until further notice. Regretfully our activities and events are curtailed but we are determined that our support for the community and international service will continue.
What’s Going On
Unfortunately we are suspending our lunch time meetings from 20th March until further notice so as to observe the precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Meetings now continue using the Zoom platform. If you are a visiting Rotarian or a prospective member and would like to attend please contact the Club by following this
Tuesday September 8th @16.00 Club Council Meeting
Friday September11th @13.00 Zoom Club Meeting
Friday September 18th No Meeting – Rotabilia @12.30
Monday 21st September @16.00 Officers’ Meeting
Friday September 25th @13.00 Zoom Club Meeting
Friday October 2nd No Meeting – Rotabilia @12.30
Friday October 9th @13.00 Zoom Club Meeting
Tuesday October 13th @16.00 Club Council Meeting
As President Tom Farmer always used to say
‘this is subject to alteration without notification’ !