The Club undertakes a range of community and find raising activities throughout the year. Here are the highlights.

Golf tournament 
Our annual golf tournament was held in June.  Next year we will be ahead in October 2020 at a venue to be agreed.

Reepham Food Festival 
The Club organised the Reepham Food Festival in May.  24 May 2020 is the next festival. Plans are in hand

Schools activities 
We support the highly successful Youth Speaks tournament at Reepham High School. Our Club helps coach the speakers and provides prizes for the winners. The club contributes to the popular RHS allotments and is helping build the Japanese gardens at the Primary School. Our team of readers continue to work with boys at the Primary School. more

Technology tournament
The Technology Tournament is organised with other local clubs, setting students an interesting engineering challenge. 28 Feb 2020 is the next event.

Polio eradication
For many years, Rotary worldwide has been worked to immunise everyone to try to eradicate polio.  Great strides have been made and there are now only a handful of cases in a few countries. In Reepham – as in communities across the country – we have planted purple crocuses. This is the colour used to mark the fingers of children who have been inoculated so that the teams can be sure that everyone in the community is protected.

We also hold an annual quiz,  provide the Christmas trees and support for the Reepham Festival of Light and participate in other community support and fund raising activities.



The Club normally meets on Monday evenings at 7 pm for 7.15 dinner at St Michael’s Church Hall.
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There will be no physical meetings for the time being but Zoom was such a success we will meet on line.

Next meetings

On 30 March, George Forster will be on Zoom from 7.30.  He has changed the title so we will be hearing about viruses. 

Future events

The Reepham Food Festival has been postponed to 2021