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About

“Working with the community - for the community”.

We have raised thousands of pounds for local charitable and community organisations including Bartholomew School's eco-club, primary schools in the surrounding villages, as well as ...

We can help individuals and families who find themselves in need -for example with extra-curricular educational activities or moments of domestic financial crisis.

We also give our time helping with litter picking and organisation of the Eynsham Carnival.

Our meetings are varied, with a speaker on a topic of interest once a month and a business meeting to progress our mainly local projects. Rotary is open to women and men and all are welcome - so come and join us for an evening or two to see if Rotary is for you.

 

Events Diary

Find Us

The Swan Hotel

21 Acre End Street
Eynsham
Oxfordshire  OX29 4PE

Hours: 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of month at 19:30

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Rotary members helping the 'Standing With Giants' project - 'Standing With Giants' is the project behind the installation of soldier silhouettes at Blenheim Palace in 2020. They are now gearing up to take their 'giants' to France to be installed in the fields of the British Normandy Memorial for the 80th Commemoration of D-Day.  We were lending them a hand, painting and attaching poppies, knitted by the W.I. to their display boards.'End Polio Now' campaign crocus planted at Bartholomew School - Rotary supports the campaign to free the world of the scourge of Polio.  The colour purple is the colour of the dye used to identify the children who have been vaccinated and Rotary has been planting purple crocus to advertise the campaign. - Photographer Tessa Hammond'End Polio Now' Planting purple crocus at the toll-bridge roundabout - A group of Rotary Club volunteers planted 5000 purple crocus on the verge at the toll-bridge to publicise the international campaign to rid the world of Polio.   - Photographer Harold JerredDefibrillator at the Village Hall - Photographer Alan LongfordTraining dummy in use - Photographer Alan LongfordThe Fourth DogTea with Mussolini - Photographer Tessa HammondChildren meet Father Christmas in Cassington - Rotary Club of Eynsham escorting Santa on his rounds and raising funds for local charities. - Photographer Tessa HammondOpening of the new Eynsham Skate Park - Photographer Chris PlaistowRotary Scholars at St George's Chapel, Windsor - Michaela, the Eynsham Club's scholar for 2018 with other Rotary Scholars on their tour of Windsor.  Michaela is the one in blue, left of centre.<br/> - Photographer unknownJessica Weller's poster - Photographer Eynsham OnlineCharity Race Night
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