The new award scheme aims to assist children in the final year of primary school gain a more informed and balance view of our community.
It offers children the opportunity to develop personal skills that can be used both for themselves or shared more widely with community members or organisations.
Dr Claes Andreasson became the Club's President for 2023-4. Naturally Claes is wearing the really big hat as aside from his professional life in Denistry, cooking is one of his major passions - and he is really, really good at it. He is pictured with good friend and professional chef Ajay.
A special Rotary Business luncheon on 9thJune 2023 raised over £1000 for Catalyst Mental Health Services and the Local Rotary Charity fund.
We welcome Michelle Gill and Shanine Gill to the club!!
Michelle comes with lots of local community links and
Shanine is president of Camberley's Toast Masters club.
The Club was delighted to provide elite red suited personnel to join the Elves of Camberley Town's Santa Post Office in helping some 1000 local children write and post their letters to Santa. The service was free to all and included a special session for local Ukrainain families.
Brilliant afternoon - wonderful scones! Lots of raffle prizes too! And we raised £180 for local charities.
Many thanks to Fiona and her team.
Look out for us in 2023! The Club makes public collections at Christmas time for choosen charities and to assist with major national and international emergencies.Look out for us in 2023 at
9th and17th December at Waitrose Frimley and 16th December at Waitrose Bagshot.
And we will be supporting Santa in The Square Camberley from 2nd - 24th December .
New Medical Capacity Building Training Centre , Ain Wazein Medical Village was opened on 29th April 2022.
A Rotary Global grant combined, with locally generated donations funded the advance simulation equipment for the centre
The Medical Villgae delivers health care to 350, 000 inhabitants and trains some 1000 nurses and medical students per year.
The new training facilities, with its practical simulations and training demonstrations will increase the student capacity and reduce the training time needed to qualify front-line medical staff for service in the community.
Supporting Boroughs new 'start -up' business initiative working with Sarah Croke, currently Mayor of Surrey Heath, and networking specialist and entrapreneur, Jenny Thornton. The aim is for people to build up experience of serving the public and acquire the confidence that comes when working within an active business community.
Our partnership with Rotary Cadmos - Lebanon.
Joint Projects now include providing and distributing Bedding and Linen to residents.
15000 Adult Incontinence pads for the elderly
Advanced simulation equipment for medical training.
It began following the Beirut Docks Explosion August 4th 2020.
Whether you are volunteering by helping your local community set up a foodbank or responding to local and international disasters, there is a project or activity to suit everyone. By volunteering with Rotary, you know that you will be changing people’s lives for the better.
Summer Food Camps, Schools, Judo Clubs even Swimming Clubs have been helped out by our Marquee and Gazebo team.
Usually, out loan on for mostly happy events such as Christenings, Anniversaries and occasionaly to accomodate mourners, the team used the stock of canvas coverings to help organisations battle on through the lockdowns.
Chrissie Lawson, presenting the 6th Year leavers from Cordwalles School with the Rotary dictionairies.