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.

The Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme helped millions of young people around the world. We at Rotary will remember him

Use your spare time and skills to give something back to your community. Rotary’s new priority is a thorough approach

Rotary makes high-quality healthcare available to vulnerable mothers and children so that they can live longer and develop more strongly.‎

It’s often said that society works better when communities work together. From food banks to flood relief, marathons to festivals,

 Yet 400 million people in the world cannot afford it or do not have access to basic health care.‎ Disease

Clean water, sanitation and hygiene are basic needs for a healthy environment and a productive life.‎ ‎When people have access

Nearly 800 million people live on less than £1.40 a day. Rotary members are passionate about providing sustainable solutions to

David Marshall shares what Alresford Rotary gets up to and invites new members to join. The Geoff Amey interview on


You can still donate and help your local community.  Just click the  Just Giving link    Your contribution will help

Alresford Surgery Senior Partner, Dr Ann Lowman, took a few minutes out from her busy schedule to meet Alresford Rotary

Alresford Rotary Club has assisted entrepreneurs such as The East Power women’s group (photo above) Alresford Rotary Club is celebrating

After a difficult COVID – 19  year, Alresford Rotary Club wants to brighten up the town. What could be better

Alresford Rotary Charity Carol/Christmas Song Contest Rules:   Entries are open to local residents only (SO24, SO23, SO22, SO21 and

Don’t you miss the opportunities to sing Christmas carols or songs, cancelled due to COVID? We at Alresford Rotary want

The Rotary Foundation is Rotary’s own and only charity delivering our vision of a better world. The Rotary Foundation is

Alresford Rotary decided not to hold its annual early December Broad Street sale of Christmas trees this year, having carried

At about midnight on the night of November 4-5, Sir Thomas Knyvet, a justice of the peace, found Guy Fawkes

Guy Fawkes Night is not complete with a Bonfire and Fireworks display. Regretfully Alresford Rotary had to cancel this year’s

Preparation is key to enjoying fireworks safely: We suggest that you buy a reputable brand of fireworks from a licenced

World Polio Day, held every year on 24 October, is an opportunity for Rotary members to rally the world around

Pets have hearing ability far in excess of that of humans. The “bang” you hear when a firework is set

Please remember that Bonfire night can be a frightening time for elderly and vulnerable people due to the associated loud

This year is, of course, a year like no other. We have been busy in lockdown and continue to meet

A few months ago not all of us knew each other. Then came COVID 19 and WhatsApp support groups were

An amazing total of 50 runners (31 men, 19 women) ran the Alresford Virtual 10k. Patrick Stephenson of Alresford was

PEOPLE OF ACTION Rotary is one of the world’s largest and most successful global membership and humanitarian volunteer organisations, with

  Between 9th June and 28th June, we are inviting you to run the 10k course and send your times

The Alresford Rotary 10K Race is cancelled due to Coronavirus COVID 19.  We hope to see you next year. Please


Where do the profits from Alresford Rotary’s annual events such as the spring quiz, the 10K run, the November bonfire


Since Rotary and its partners launched the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI) over 30 years ago, the incidence of polio

FOR DISADVANTAGED CHILDREN IN ALBANIA, MONTENEGRO AND ROMANIA. All schools, groups and individuals that wish to support our mission to


British Nordmann trees on sale from only £20 directly delivered fresh from the farm to the Alresford Christmas tree market.

The traditional Rotary Christmas Tree Market is held this year on Saturday 7th December on the top of Broad Street

  It was a very mild and rainy night on November 1st when once again Arlebury Park was the venue

The traditional Rotary Christmas Tree Market is held this year on Saturday 7th December on the top of Broad Street

Arlebury Park Alresford. Tickets available in town and at the venue.

Purchase your tickets from Six West News Agents , 6 West Street, Alresford.    

Saturday 5th October, Noon to 3 pm in and around St John’s Church, New Alresford. The Church and churchyard will

New Alresford Town Trust have finished a major renovation project on The Avenue in Alresford. The Avenue was given to