Both Evesham Rotary Clubs are warmly welcoming, rewarding and fun.
Rotary in the Vale is a spin-off from Evesham Rotary Club. It meets fortnightly on Monday evenings after work at The Northwick Hotel. There is no meal, but drinks and bar snacks can be bought at the bar. For information and contact details, visit the website at rotaryinthevale.org and on Facebook.
Evesham Rotary Club
Our club was founded in 1948, so we have recently celebrated our 75th anniversary. Like most Rotary clubs, we have become less formal and more understanding that people, even in retirement, lead busy lives. So while reasonably regular attendance is important in supporting the club's charitable and social activities, there is a much more relaxed attitude overall. Needless to say, we have for many years had female members who have added greatly to the club's success and held important positions in our club and in our Rotary District.
Our main fundraising event each year is the Tree of Light, which has become an important event in the run-up to Christmas in Evesham and has raised in excess of £250,000 in its 25 years. Together with our other fundraising projects, it has enabled us to support numerous charities and worthwhile causes.
Why not come along one Tuesday lunchtime and find out more, or contact us via our 'Contact' page?
We meet on:
The first 3 Tuesdays of the month at 12.30 over an inexpensive lunch at Ecgwin's Private Members Club (PMC), near the station in Evesham High Street;
The fourth Tuesday at 7.00pm for 7.30 with an excellent-value 2-course dinner at Raphael's Restaurant, Hampton Ferry, Evesham;
Any fifth Tuesday at Raphael's with partners.
We do not meet on the Tuesday following a Bank Holiday.