Ravenshead & Blidworth Rotary Club are a relaxed, social bunch that meet three Wednesdays per month at 7.00pm at Oakmere Golf Club. Why not join us?
When it comes to giving back to the community there can be few more committed organisations than Rotary.
Ravenshead & Blidworth Rotary Club raise thousands of pounds for charity every year and the club is keen to attract new members to join them in their community work and to experience what it means to be a committed Rotarian.
Reasons to join Rotary:
Why not come along to one of our informal meetings to join in the camaraderie and see what a difference you can make?
Rotary is open to men and women of all ages who want to use their experience for the benefit of others.
As you walk around Ravenshead and our wider surrounding area this spring, look out for all the Purple Crocus lifting their heads proudly towards the sun. Many, many thousands have been planted all around the village over the last few years, either Donated by Ravenshead and Blidworth Rotary Club, or sold in support of the Rotary Purple4Polio Campaign.
15th February 2021
This December the members of Ravenshead and Blidworth Rotary Club organised the program for Santa’s Sleigh to visit the streets, closes and cul-de-sacs of Ravenshead & Blidworth. Whilst maintaining social distancing we successfully brought the thrill of seeing Santa to the children so they could wave to Santa. This year we were unable to make a door to door collection, but donations could be made online and on a positive note we were able to include many more streets in our routes this year so allowing even more children to see and wave to Santa.
15th January 2021
The great news is that Santa is doing his pre-Christmas rounds in Ravenshead and Blidworth. He may not be handing out sweets, but he will be bringing good cheer as he waves from his sleigh, pulled with the help of Ravenshead and Blidworth Rotary Club. Local foodbanks run by two fantastic organisations will benefit from the on-line donations Santa is hoping will pour in as he makes his way round the villages. To see how the club, and Rotary4foodanks have teamed up to help make Christmas better for families in the district, read the whole story here…
3rd December 2020