Skip to main content

You are hereGroups / Leamington Spa Regency / Club Projects

Club Projects


Our club has a range of projects which allow our members to serve in a variety of ways.

Youth - Rotary Youth Speaks Competition and Rotary Youth Leadership Awards

Contact: 
May Shaker
Rotary Youth Speaks Competition

Leaminmgton Spa Regency is keen to help young people develop to their full potential.  The Group supports several Rotary projects to help young adults develop.  May Shaker is our Chair of Youth and we support several programmes including:

Rotary Youth Speaks Competition

A public speaking competition which is available for schools and youth organisations to enter teams.  We organise the Leamington Spa heats for this competition national competition.  

Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA)

The Butterfly Tree Charity

Contact: 
Karen Ralph
One of the new homes funded Leamington Spa Regency Rotary.

The Butterfly Tree Charity supports rural communities in Zambia decimated by the HIV/AID's pandemic - providing safe water, feeding programs, improved health and education facilities and an orphan sponsorship program.  All funds go directly to the cause and all members are volunteers. 

Warwickshire Young Carers

Contact: 
Pam Saunders

Warwickshire Young Carers' Project works with Carers from the age of 8 upwards, and aims to help improve the lives of young carers across Warwickshire. We support young carers in their caring role, give them an opportunity to relax and take a break, and help them to realise their own dreams. You can find out more at http://www.warwickshireyoungcarers.org.uk/about.aspx


Leamington Regency Rotary has been a long time supporter of this charity, and helps to provide and support outings for these children. 

Dictionaries for Life

Contact: 
Karen Ralph
Dictionary for Life

The Group has for a number of years been involved in Rotary Internationals campaign to promote literacy in children.  The Group has purchased hundreds of specially commissioned Rotary dictionaries and distributed then to local primary schools.

Join a Rotary club

Find out how you can become part of this unique community.

Join