75 years of service for Camberley, Surrey Heath

The Rotary Club of Camberley, was established in 1945, today  its  membership is open to men and women in business, management or professional positions who live or work within the Surrey Heath Borough or its immediate surroundings. 

The Club has initiated numerous community projects, and many of its members have been local personlaities and leaders in their fields.

Projects have included :  

Setting up the first Old Peoples' Home in Camberley  - A Senior Citizens' town centre tea room

International Social club to support many foriegn national post war - Play areas at Frimley Children's Centre and at local schools,

A Garden Reading area for  Frimley Green Library - A Patient Resource Centre for  Frimley Park Hospital.

Provision of medical equipment for  local surgeries - A household  equipment and furnishings service for rehoused families

As part of it's service to youth in the borough Rotary organises-

the annual Young Photographer and Young Writer competitions and Practice Interviews for students about to leave school.

Through Rotary International it can offer access to youth leadership courses, the National Young Citizen of the Year award scheme and even International scholarships. 

The Club  organising a free blood pressure testing in the Town centre in supports of  annual national Stroke Awareness day.

Working with a range of donors it provide food hampers to help  local families eat well over the Xmas period.  

Mounting official Christmas collections in the town centre and at leading super markets enables the Club to support many local charities.

Internationally the Club provides Shelter and Aqua Boxes for the homeless post tsunami, earthquakes and other disasters, provides Shoe Boxes containing toys and basic teaching aids to eastern Europe, Africa, Asia and South America.