The membership of each club is drawn from the community in the area where it is situated. Clubs typically attempt to draw their membership from a wide range of trades and professions represented in the community, thus enabling the club to be more effective within its local area. Many Clubs also have retired members.
The obligations of membership start with attendance at the weekly meetings, and ideally members are expected to attend 50% of the meetings in a year. However it is recognised that circumstances may prevent a member fulfilling this requirement at all times.
Rotary Club members are part of a diverse group of professional leaders working to address various community and international service needs. Through community service and other means, Rotary Club members help promote peace and understanding throughout the world. Our members are our most important asset. They are the force that allows Rotary to carry out its many humanitarian efforts and achieve its mission.
Why Join Rotary?
Each Rotary Club strives for a membership that is an up-to-date and progressive representation of its community’s business, vocational, and professional interests. Membership in Rotary offers a number of benefits, including:
- Effecting change within the community
- Developing leadership skills
- Gaining an understanding of, and having an impact on, international humanitarian issues.
- Developing relationships with community and business leaders
Rotary membership is by invitation of local clubs. If you would like to be considered for membership by a local Rotary Club, complete a Prospective Member Contact Form from Rotary International (RI). http://www.rotary.org/membership/
RI will forward your information to clubs in your area.
Alternatively, contact the Club Secretary Mike Truswell
Tel No: 01480 474512 or E-mail: email@example.com