Reepham & District Rotary Club received its charter in 1989 under the guidance of Aylsham Rotary Club. In 30 years, we have developed our own individual style within the worldwide framework of Rotary.
We are 31 people who are (or have been) in working in and around Reepham, a pleasant small market town in the heart of Norfolk in England.
Together we undertake a wide range of charity and community projects, locally and internationally. You can see more of what we do on our charity pages. Our chosen charities are selected by the President for each year, but many of them are supported from year to year to ensure they have the continuity that they need.
Above all we have fun doing what we do together, whether it is a community project, a fund raiser or just an event for the enjoyment of us, our families and friends.
We are happy to apply our skills, experiences and resources to projects that can help people and organisations in Reepham and surrounding villages. If you have an idea please get in touch.
You can find out more about what Rotary is and what it does at
Rotary International: www.rotary.org
Rotary Great Britain and Ireland: www.ribi.org

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Meetings

The Club normally meets on Monday evenings at 7 pm for 7.15 dinner at St Michael’s Church Hall.
Rotary visitors are welcome please contact reservations@reephamrotary.org.uk.
Members should apologise and book visitors only at reservations@reephamrotary.org.uk.

Following months of online meetings, we are hoping to resume at St Michaels as soon as is safe for all.   

Next meetings

On 2 August we will be in Norwich for a historic walk with Jan King. 6pm start at the Forum. Members will make their own meal arrangements. 

On 9 August we will be presenting the plans for our Sunshine Cafe for those with memory loss at an invitation meeting at St Michael’s. Please get in touch if you are interested. 

Future events

Our Food Festival is still for 22 Aug, subject to progress against the virus. Also coming up is our Sunshine Cafe for those with memory difficulties and their carers – scheduled for launch in September..