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The Rotary Club of Hagley

The Rotary Club of Hagley held its inaugural meeting in April 1978. It was established as an evening Club by the Rotary Clubs of Stourbridge, Bromsgrove and Kidderminster (all lunchtime Clubs), in order to provide an opportunity for people who couldn’t join a lunchtime Club to become Rotarians, and participate in the fellowship and community service which Rotary embraces.

We currently have 17 members, and whilst we are a very successful Club, there is an urgent need to attract new members.

Have you ever thought of joining a Rotary Club?

Hagley Rotary Club is seeking new members, both male and female, and invite you to join us. We offer the following benefits:

Friendship - make long lasting friends with interesting and like-minded people.

Enjoyment - our meetings and social events are stimulating and great fun.

Entertainment - there's lots of variety with regular meetings, holiday weekends, conferences and exciting events.

Helping with Projects - raising money for local and international charities.

Learning - from good after-dinner speakers on a variety of interesting topics.

Become - a more active citizen by putting something back into the community.

Cheque presentation to FOAG at Hagley Rotary Club on 11 May 2015 sticky icon

A presentation to the President's Charity of the Year

President Martin Freckelton presenting a cheque for £1,000 to Ian Patten the Chairman of FOAG, His chosen Charity for this year.

Farmers Overseas Action Group (FOAG) is an independent charity founded in 1981.  They help improve the social and economic development of Uganda's rural communities.  Visit their website at

Help for Nepal Earthquake - a message from the President of Hagley Rotary Club


An earthquake measuring 7.8 magnitude occurred between the cities of Kathmandu and Pokhara in Nepal. More than 7,000 people are reported to have been killed and at least 8,000 people have also been injured, although these figures are likely to rise. Hospitals are being overwhelmed as more patients arrive and supplies run low and 1.4 million people are reported to be in need of emergency food and shelter.

Hope and Homes for Children receives an unexpected donatation by Hagley Rotary

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On 1 June 2015, President Martin Freckelton presented a cheque for £400 to Malcolm Rolfe after his talk at the Stone Manor Hotel, on the latest developments within the charity, Hope and Homes for Children.

Hope and Homes for Children is an international charity working to ensure that all children have the chance to grow up in the love of a family. Their vision is a world in which children no longer suffer institutional care.

To find out more about this charity visit

Incoming President Bill Harris

Mr Bill Harris

Incoming President for 2015-2016 - Mr Bill Harris

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Club Details


The Stone Manor Hotel, Stone, Nr Kidderminster, DY10 4PJ, at 19:00 on Monday.

Note: for 19:30 - except bank holidays..