Heart of England Rotary
The District brings together 63 Clubs and some 1,650 Rotarians in an area centred on Birmingham and the West Midlands and including parts of Warwickshire, Worcestershire and Staffordshire. From Lichfield in the North to Shipston-on-Stour in the South, from Rugby in the East to Bewdley in the West we serve those multi-racial communities which are truly at England's heart.
Not a Rotarian?
Rotary International is a worldwide organisation of 1.2 million men and women providing humanitarian and educational support to local and international communities. Are you looking for a challenge and interested in helping your fellow mankind? Then read on at Join Rotary.
Check out the new Rotaract Club we are forming in Birmingham.
Find a Club
See the latest news for Rotarians in the For Members and Clubs section.
The Rotary Club of Knowle & Dorridge are pleased to announce they will be holding their Annual Pro-Am Charity Golf Competition on Monday 13 June 2016 at Copt Heath Golf Club. This is being held in association with the PGA and with thanks to our main sponsors, namely Farmfoods, Stanley & Co (Solicitors) and Sodi-Tech. Each team will consist of 1 professional and 3 amateurs. There will be lunchtime refreshments and in the evening, a dinner with a raffle and auction. The proceeds will be donated to Newlands Bishops Farm, being part of the Family Care Trust.
The inaugural Tour in 2015 was a great success and the plans for a much bigger and better Tour are well advanced. More details to follow.
The village of Kititi in south-east Uganda now has clean water for the first time, thanks to funding provided to Planting for Hope Uganda by Kinver and Bewdley Rotary Clubs, supported by a matching grant from Rotary District 1060. Until now the villagers have had a long walk to fetch and carry filthy unhygienic water back to the village.
All are welcome to come along on Friday 5th February to The ICC when the Lord Mayor, Councillor Raymond Hassall, will be joining us for breakfast - 7.15 for 7.30am. Please contact President Chris Gregory to confirm attendance and notify any special requirements.
E-mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel - 0121 434 3153
Mob - 07876 513712
The map in the Forum journal showing where Santa would be going must have been a good idea because lots of children came out to see him.
We are all children at heart and Santa is with one of the 'older children'.
There are enormous demands on our hard earned cash at this time of year and yet the good and generous folk of Shipston always dig deep into their pockets, even deeper than last year, to support the mainly local charities and good causes Rotary supports. We are so very grateful and so are the good causes we support
The Rotary Club of Rugby Saturday Breakfast recently celebrated the charter of the first Rota Kids Club at Eastlands Primary School Rugby.
Following on from collecting their Young Citizen award in Birmingham, for writing, recording, acting and filming their own DVD on Cyber Bullying the School now holds fortnightly Rota Kids meetings.
Rotarians from the club and District Governor Elect, Peter Roberts, attended the school assembly to present the children with their certificates.
Despite the inclement weather, which kept people away on the Sunday afternoon, our stalls at Morton Stanley Festival raised over £800 for our local charity, St. Basil's. Morton Stanley is a free community festival which attracts many thousands of visitors of all ages and backgrounds, and this year's event provided a great oppportunity to raise the profile of Rotary in the town.