Welcome to Havant Rotary Club from President Mike Sellis

Information on this web site will assist you in appreciating the Worldwide extent of Rotary and the Havant Club in particular.

Havant Rotary Club is based in Hampshire, England and covers the towns of Havant, Emsworth, Rowlands Castle and Hayling Island. We meet every monday evening at The Bear Hotel in Havant. Full details of our meetings and a Club diary can be found by following the above links.

Rotary is a worldwide network of men and women who translate their passions into relevant social causes, to change lives in communities. Made up of over 1.2 million Rotary members - known as Rotarians - in 34,000 Rotary clubs in 200 countries and geographical areas around the world, Rotary International forms a global network of business, professional and community leaders who volunteer their time and talents to serve communities locally and around the world - and form strong, lasting friendships in the process. Rotary has no religious or political affiliations which often allows us to work in areas that other organisations are not allowed.

Locally we strive in our community to help those people that are in need, utilising not just money that we raise from our fundraising but our combined skills and time, at all stages we aim in a small way to make a difference.

We are always looking to recruit people that share our philosophy of service above self. If you are interested in joining or just want more information telephone our Membership Chairman Trevor Nightingale on 01243 574244 or email him at trevor4321@live.com

End Polio Now Reception Raises Over £18000 Olympic Values Awards for Schools Christmas Fundraising Success
Raises £9600
Call My Bluff Evening raises £700

Havant Rotary Club in conjunction with The Mayor of Havant & The United Nations Association held a reception to engage local businesses in the campaign.

The reception was held in the Havant Council Chamber, on Thursday 27th February.  Our keynote speaker, was Niall Fry a senior member of the World Health Organisation monitoring team.

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is donating £2 for every £1 raised by Rotary International to fund the costs of the ‘End Polio Now’ campaign. More

Following the club's successful Havant Rotary School games held in 2012 to celebrate the Olympics being in the Uk trophies have been delivered to participating schools.

The trophies are part of the games legacy and will be awarded at each school that participated annually to the student who has best demonstrated the Olympic values.
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Havant Rotarians have had a busy festive season with a programme that combines the grotto at Havant Garden Centre, street collections in Havant and Emsworth and at Tesco as well as the very popular Christmas Sleigh which tours the area bringing Santa to Havant Streets.

This was a record year for the Christmas sleigh which raised over £3200.

The monies raised is used throughout the year to support our work with charities and projects locally and internationally. More

Havant Rotary Club are ran a Call My Bluff Evening on the 16th May at Rowlands Castle Parish Hall.

The competitive fun night where the audience have to guess between three meaning to obscure words proved to be great fun and showed us all how little we actually know.

The evening was a great success on all levels, cheap at only £10 including a fish and chip supper and a good fund raiser whilst having fun. More

 



Havant Rotary Club: District 1110: Club Number 856 of RIBI: Founded 1957

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