Welcome

A warm welcome to The Rotary Club of Doncaster’s website!

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Founded in 1922, our club has been working to serve our local communities and support causes worldwide with selfless enthusiasm and celebrated longlasting success.

We meet at The Earl of Doncaster Hotel most Mondays 12 noon for 12:30pm. We do not meet on Bank Holidays, and have one meeting a month in the evening, so please contact us if you would like to attend. If you are interested in being a speaker at one of our meetings. We would be delighted to hear from you.

The Earl of Doncaster, Bennetthorpe, Doncaster, DN2 6AD


We would be delighted if you would join us at one of our upcoming events. Our recent events have been to raise money for the very important causes such as the worldwide fight against Polio, Riding For The Disabled (Rossington branch), Children’s charities such as Bluebell Wood and the Matlock-based charity, Aquabox. We have a special connection with Aquabox…..please read about the Aquabox video below……

We have also been engaged in helping with the clean-up after the recent floods in Doncaster, and we regularly organise litter picks around Doncaster. Please see our Facebook feed at the bottom of this page to see more of our activities.

Meet our President!

Kath Doyle, President of the Rotary Club of Doncaster, UK 2019-2020

Our President for the Rotary year 2019-2020 is Kath Doyle of Bawtry Travel. Please click on Kath’s picture to learn about her.

 


Music at the Minster 21-03-20

Music at the Minster

Doncaster Minster, 21st March 2020 at 7:30pm

At just £12.50 per ticket, to include a drink of wine or a soft drink in the interval, you are in for a treat to be entertained by Brogan Collins as Buddy Holly, and Ajay Jackson as Frankie Valli. The proceeds of the concert will be going to support The Children’s Air Ambulance and also our own Rotary Club of Doncaster Trust Fund which supports a whole range of local causes.

Tickets are available by various means…..

 

 

One of our club members, ALICIA READE, has been engaged in VIDEO-MAKING and SONG-WRITING for projects in our District 1220…………

The Matlock-based charity, Aquabox, asked Alicia to create an ad for them to help promote their cause, an amazing project started by our colleagues in Rotary, The Rotary Club of Wirksworth.

Our own District 1220 Conference, which took place on 4th-6th October 2019, had its own promo video! We hope you enjoyed being with us in Scarborough if you managed to come along!


Rotary Club of Doncaster Calendar

Please click the picture above to see our upcoming meetings and events on our calendar page.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-o-WbklKfKQpFsWNE_JeeA/featured

To see more of our club’s past videos, please click on the pic below to visit our YouTube channel………


 

Our Facebook Feed

You can view our Facebook feed right here on our webpage below, or click on a post to read it on Facebook in bigger, better colour!

On our Facebook feed, you can keep up-to-date with upcoming events and news from our club and more. To see previous activities and events, please scroll down and hit ‘Load More’.

*Top Tip* You do not need to have a Facebook account yourself to view the posts!

 

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Members of the Rotary Club of Doncaster with local residents planted 300 trees in Jubilee Park. HATFIELD ... See MoreSee Less

Today, five of our members traveled to the Aquabox depot to present a cheque for £5,750! These are the proceeds of the fundraising dinner that took place last month at the Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster. Paul West is pictured presenting the cheque to Roger Cassidy, with our members and some of the hard-working volunteers in the area where the boxes are packed. Today was their last day of packing for a short while as they will have a well-deserved break over Christmas, having already prepared a large number of boxes - ready and waiting if needed.

Please do watch the video to learn about the amazing work that his charity does.

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Today, five of our members traveled to the Aquabox depot to present a cheque for £5,750! These are the proceeds of the fundraising dinner that took place last month at the Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster. Paul West is pictured presenting the cheque to Roger Cassidy, with our members and some of the hard-working volunteers in the area where the boxes are packed. Today was their last day of packing for a short while as they will have a well-deserved break over Christmas, having already prepared a large number of boxes - ready and waiting if needed.

Please do watch the video to learn about the amazing work that his charity does.

https://youtu.be/W5kzQf9Ha2o

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Paul West presenting Aquabox Trustee Roger Cassidy with the cheque.

Great job Paul West, it was a fun night. Well done!

Alicia is missing because she took the photo 👍

Well done everyone!

Well done Paul

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Members of the Rotary Club of Doncaster joined with other volunteers to start the cleanup of Bentley after the floods. ... See MoreSee Less

Members of the Rotary Club of Doncaster joined with other volunteers to start the cleanup of Bentley after the floods.Image attachmentImage attachment

Members of the Rotary Club of Doncaster are currently working to raise the crowns of existing trees in Jubilee Park with the approval of Hatfield Town Council .Low branches are being removed to avoid damage to the trees which can cause rot to occur. Damaged branches are also removed to improve appearance.
250 new trees are to be planted on 15th December. Anyone willing to help please bring a spade to the car park at 11.00 am.
Anyone interested in knowing more about Rotary can contact Peter Wyatt on 01303 840612
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Members of the Rotary Club of Doncaster are currently working to raise the crowns of existing trees in Jubilee Park  with the approval of Hatfield Town Council .Low branches are being removed to avoid damage to the trees which can cause rot to occur. Damaged branches are also removed to improve appearance.
250 new trees are to be planted on 15th December. Anyone willing to help please bring a spade to the car park at 11.00 am. 
Anyone interested in knowing more about Rotary can contact Peter Wyatt on 01303 840612Image attachmentImage attachment

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Rotary’s respected charity, helping to make a difference in the world. ... See MoreSee Less

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Our club member, Alicia Reade has gone #Purple4Polio! ... See MoreSee Less

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Sums up Rotary pretty neatly, don't you think? ... See MoreSee Less

Our president Katherine Mary Doyle and hubby Patrick are BURNING UP the dance floor here at Scarborough Spa!! #1220conf2019 ... See MoreSee Less

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Our most energetic President ever?!!

Wow! Patrick is that you & you’re better half burning up the dance floor?

Go Kath ! Amazing xx

brilliant , xx

Strictly tour next

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