Main sponsors

Garden Tours

 

 Rotary               Beaconsfield Festival of Lights

 

                                            Wednesday 12 December 2018 from 6.00 to 9.00pm

                                        Organised by Rotary Club of Beaconsfield

 

 

 

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Who are Rotary?

The first Rotary club was founded in 1905 in Chicago. Rotary has since grown internationally to more than 1.2 million members across 200 countries.

 

Rotary in Great Britain and Ireland

With around 1,800 clubs and 50,000 members with different occupations, cultures and experiences  we have a unique perspective. Our shared passion for service helps us accomplish remarkable results.

 

What makes Rotary different?

Rotary is more than a dining club, but it is still fun. We have regular meetings with speakers on wide ranging topics. We have social events. In addition we give time to raise money for charity and help out with local events.

 

Who can join?

Anyone who has an interest in making a difference. Your commitment can be just a few hours a month.

 

Local projects

 

International projects

 

Interested in Rotary?

 

Contact one of our membership liaison team to find out more and join us at one of our meetings.

Barry Moxley 01494 672229

 

 

Beaconsfield Rotary Club organizes the annual Festival of Lights and assists with organising other local events including Country Fayre.

 

In recent years we have donated to the following local causes:

 

Alzheimer’s Society

Beaconsfield Advisory Centre Beaconsfield Air Training Corps Beaconsfield Nature Reserve Friends of Curzon Centre

Hearing Dogs for the deaf  

Helen & Douglas House

Help the Heroes

Holtspur Senior Citizens

Iain Rennie Hospice at Home Multiple Sclerosis

Wycombe Over 65 Clubs Padstones

Poppy Appeal

St John Ambulance

Scanappeal

South Bucks Hospice

Sue Ryder Homes

Woodrow High House  ....  

........ and many more

And

Rotary as the world’s largest service organisation with 1.2 million members worldwide has always addressed international problems that governments are unable or unwilling to tackle.  

 

             Rotary’s worldwide Polio                  eradication programme                 started in 1985, long before it became ‘fashionable’. Its success can be judged by results. In 1988 there were 350,000 cases a year in 125 countries. In 2011 there were just 3 countries where polio remains endemic.   

 

          Every year natural and man           made disasters devastate           different areas of the world. Rotary’s Shelterboxes provide temporary homes and facilities. So when Haiti was hit by an earthquake in 2010 Rotary sent 28,000 shelterboxes to help.   

 

 

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