New Year Message

On Monday the 8th of January the Club invited members of the Alfreton Inner Wheel Club together with guests of the neighbouring Rotary Clubs and personal guests of members to their first luncheon meeting of 2018 at Higham Farm Hotel.

The guest speaker Peter Singleton a Lay reader at St Martin Church, Alfreton gave his New Year message of ‘Hope’ for the present and the future.

Thank you from Santa and his Helpers

Santa and his helpers thank everyone who gave so generously by dropping money into our collection boxes at the lights switch on in Alfreton, Seven Square and at Tesco Store Alfreton in the period leading up to Christmas.

The total sum collected amounted to £2,484.47 which will be used to benefit  Local Charities and Communities.

Thank you and we wish everyone A HAPPY NEW YEAR.

Aquabox Rotary Charity

At our Club Meeting of the 13th November Colin Lloyd a Trustee and Treasurer of the Rotary Charity Aquabox was presented with a cheque for £565.00 being the proceeds from the recently held evening at Riddings Community Centre. When 100 people were entertained to an evening of Sea Shanty Songs and tales of the sea by the Stormy Weather Boys.

Colin gave an update as to where Aquabox filters have recently been sent for example to Bangladesh, Nepal and the Caribbean Islands and said that the £565.00 will help to replace these boxes for the next humanitarian crisis, where they will be needed.

President Dennis Fretwell and Rotarian Ron Young  presenting the cheque to Colin Lloyd


An invitation to visit us

Your invitation to visit us…………..

Have you ever wanted to help others in your local community but don’t know really where to start? You don’t want to join lots of charities because you feel it will be too time consuming?

Here at Alfreton Rotary Club we get involved in a wide variety of projects not only locally but nationally and internationally too, some projects we all get involved and others maybe just a few members are needed, it all depends on what we are doing and who can help!

We all do what we can when we can,

Everyone joins Rotary for different reasons and for that reason we are a diverse group of volunteers, from our 40’s to our 80’s, working or retired ladies and gentlemen.

By coming along to a meeting there is no commitment to join us all you are doing is seeing if its fit for you and your life.

We meet at Santos Higham Farm on a Monday, if you would like more information please just complete the contact form or telephone the club’s secretary 07484101274.

Celebrating the Clubs 79th Birthday

The Club members together with guests celebrated the 79th anniversary of their charter with a dinner and entertainment by the ‘Yester Year’ singing group at Riddings Community Centre on the evening on the 4th of September 2017.

President Dennis welcoming District Governor Michael Longdon

                                  Some Club members and Guests

                                ‘Yester Year’ with President Dennis