Service above self

The Rotary motto reminds us that we can all make a difference in the lives of others, especially when we work together. Here are the latest updates about our local, national and international service projects.

Our Past President Paul Watters was presented on behalf of all Alresford Rotarians with a Parker writing set by the

Rotary is one of the world’s largest and most successful global membership and humanitarian service organisations, with 1.2 million members

The timber planters immediately in front of the brick and flint Alresford town signs at the three entry points of

New Rotarian Diane Ryan with President Stephen Pinch. Two new female members joined Alresford Rotary on Monday 8th July and

During the 1st July meeting at the Swan Hotel in Alresford, immediate Past President Paul Watters handed over the presidential

Alresford Rotary members enjoyed an informative presentation by Mr Terry Lott of the National Coastwatch  Institution (NCI) on Monday 8th

The memorial stones at Stratton Bates Recreation Ground have been cleaned and renovated recently by Messrs Blackwell and Moody, the

A huge thanks to everyone that came and ran this year and to all the volunteers that helped out and

Entries are open for the Alresford 2019 race which is part of the Hampshire Road Race League series of races. 

Alresford Rotary are organizing the Alresford 10K Road Run 2019 on Sunday 16th June. This prestigious local event could attract

From fundraising and events management to environmental and landscape improvements, social care and mentoring young people, Rotary offers a multitude

Probably Mid-Hampshire‘s Quiz of the Year 2019.  ITCHEN ABBAS VILLAGE HALL 7:15 pm Friday 15th March 2019. £ 12 each

Four members of Alresford Rotary assisted Eastleigh Rotary’s Santa in the Swan Shopping Centre to collect money for Rotary Charities. 

Early start for Rotarians to offload, display and sell freshly cut local Christmas trees.    

The Christmas Tree sale was a great success as the Alresford Rotary Club  made a significant sum of money. Your

Many thanks for your contributions to the Alresford Rotary Shoebox  Project. This year’s Shoe-Box collection and distributi0n has ended with

  The Club enjoyed on 26th November a very interesting presentation by Greville Dawson on Land Speed Records. Greville is

AVAILABLE ON SATURDAY 8th DECEMBER: 1. Norway spruce The traditional cut Christmas tree in Britain has been the Norway spruce

Thanks to all the lovely people of Alresford and District in supporting the Fireworks 2018, Alresford Rotary’s biggest fund raising

On 8th November, several members of our club, namely Paul, Steve G, Mick, Ken, Hans, and Brian, together with DG

Alresford Rotarians enjoyed a game of Skittles against a team of Basingstoke – Dean Rotarians at the Milburys Pub at

Children were overwhelmed watching the apples being chopped and then squashed by Rotarians in an apple press to come out