Rotary Club of Wareham

Service above self - helping the local community and national and international causes.

Charity Number 1037756




Welcome to the Rotary Club of Wareham

The Rotary Club of Wareham started over 45 years ago and currently has 17 members.

We carry out fundraising for local, national and international good causes.

We help in the local community.

We enjoy ourselves with many social events and have great fun helping others.

To find out more  “About Us” click on the link above.

We are keen to welcome new members to join in the fun and to help in our endeavours . If you  are thinking of joining, click on “How  to Join”.



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To Join the Rotary Club of Wareham- click here

To become a Friend of Rotary and help out at events

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To Become a Business Partner

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Our Business Partners are  

Springfield Country Hotel and Spa, The Dorset Golf and Country Club , Meyers of Wool. Domvs of Wareham

Rotary International

The Rotary Club of Wareham is part of Rotary International which was founded in Illinois by Paul Harris in 1905. Rotary now has over 1.2 million members in over 30,000 clubs in over 200 countries.

You can find out more about this organisation by clicking About Us on the menu above.

There is also a short video below.

WAREHAM ROTARY DIARY EVENTS 2018

  FEBRUARY

Tuesday, February 20th Chinese New Year.

Tuesday, February 27th Speaker Nicole Warrilow (Diverse Abilities) + Hannah + dog.

MARCH

Saturday, March 10th Afternoon Daffodil party at the Parish Hall.

Tuesday, March 27th Speaker from Youth Cancer Trust (YCT), a unique charity based in Bournemouth.

MAY

Saturday, May 19th. “Know your blood pressure day”. Wareham Town Hall, 9a.m.-12 noon.

Visitors welcome, please ring Ann on 01929 553727 for details.

For a full list of events please go to our Future Events page.


Wareham Rotary Club recently held a charity Race Night at the Furzbrook Village Hall in aid of the Rex Cinema projector fund. Club vice-president Derek Collins (left) presentied a cheque for over £1,200 to Dr David Evans, chairman of the Rex Cinema Trust.