Rotary Club of Chipping Campden & District
We welcome all ages, singles and couples, men and women to full membership and we are also launching our “Friends” of the club; inviting anyone within the community to support our activities.
Our speaker this month was Paul Leadbeater who spoke on the subject of “Counterfeiting and Forgery of Identity Documents”, and we were joined by 25 guests. Paul had worked in the Vetting Department of West Yorkshire CID before retiring to establish his own consultancy...
We have made a short presentation of our 2020 Tree of Light Appeal to be included in District 1100's E-Conference 'Crazy Times' 26th April 2021. Photographs supplied by members of Rotary Club Chipping Campden and District and also by kind permission of Gennaro...
“We want to make the COVID-19 Vaccination available to all around the world” Rotarian David Evans, President of the Rotary Club of Cheltenham, said, launching the appeal on 23 February 2021. “In this country we are lucky to have our vaccinations for free. Many...
At the Heart of the Community
Focusing around the town of Chipping Campden members also come from the surrounding villages and towns such as Broadway, Mickleton and Paxford. Our main work is supporting local activities and charities and the local youth giving them opportunities to participate in various competitions or to fulfil their dreams volunteering abroad. As well as the local community as part of Rotary International we contribute to our global community and to international projects, directing funds to where they are needed the most in times of crisis.
30+ Years Supporting Charities, International Disasters and Good Causes Locally.
What is the Rotary?
How Can I Join?
If you would like to join us please contact us through our website, through our Facebook page or by email.
Increasing Our Impact and Expanding Our Reach
We are keen to expand our involvement in volunteering and extending our reach into the local communities. Our newly launched ‘Friends’ group and the volunteer co-ordination project will help us to do this.