The Rotary Club of Bournemouth


in 1918

RI No. 19358

Rotary GBI
No. 22

District 1110


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The Rotary Club of Bournemouth


Dorset, England

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Quick Links:  Photo Gallery     Club Officers     Club Calendar     What We Do 

 Our Facebook Page     Business Partners 


Welcome to the website of The Rotary Club of Bournemouth


Important - Coronavirus
Our meetings are currently taking place via Zoom. Please see this website for information about our Club and what it does. If you would like further details and/or an invitation to join us for a zoom meeting, please contact our Secretary.


President on the radio

President PaTrisha was interviewed on HopeFM on 16 Feb 21.

Rotary International is a global network of service volunteers. It is the world's largest service organisation for business and professional people, with over 1,200,000 members operating in 200 countries world-wide. Please click here for more general information about Rotary.

The Rotary Club of Bournemouth was formed over 100 years ago - the first Rotary Club in the Bournemouth, Christchurch & Poole area - and is now a thriving club with around 50 male and female members. For more information about what we do and how to join us, please click here.

Please note - Our weekly meetings are now held both at lunchtime and in the evenings. Generally, on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month, evening meetings are held, from 6.30pm to 7.30pm. On the 2nd and 4th Mondays of the month, our meetings are held at lunchtime (excluding Bank Holidays) from 1.00pm to 2.15pm. On the 5th week of the month, you need to check with our Secretary.
All meetings are held at the Mayfair Hotel, 27 Bath Road, Bournemouth BH1 2NW (click
here for a map).

We welcome visitors and Rotarians from other Clubs, but please let our Secretary know a few days in advance that you are coming (and to check the day and time of our meeting).

Interested in joining the Club? For more information about joining the Rotary Club of Bournemouth, please click here and/or contact us.

Centenary Book
Rotary BookRotary Kindle Book
  "Time Travel With Bournemouth Rotary"
The Club's Centenary book (available in Paperback and Kindle editions) - details here

"The Rotary Club that broke the mould" - see the recent Dorset Magazine article
about our Club in its Centenary year.

Visit our Photo Gallery

(Please note that photographs are often taken at our meetings and events, and these may be subsequently used for publicity and PR purposes and appear on our website and Facebook page. The Club endeavours to ensure that everyone is aware of this. Please advise the Club Secretary if you are not happy for your photograph to be used in this way or you wish a photograph to be removed from our website.)


Send photos to the Gallery here

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Club Officers


President - PaTrisha Todd

Elect - Roy Eacups


Jane S
President Nominee - Jane Styslinger

Immediate Past President -

Secretary - Talbot Massey


Treasurer - Amanda Bampton

  Com & Voc

Community Committee - Keith Adams


International/Foundation Committee
- Richard Whitham


Youth Svce

Youth Service Committee
Roz Scammell

Membership Committee
- Marjorie Marshall


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2020/21 Club Calendar

1 Jul 20

President's Day

23 Nov
Special General Meeting

Family Christmas Lunch

Rotary Technology Tournament
(See photos here)

26 Apr

2 Jun
Club Assembly

7 Jun
International Students' Lunch

26 Jun
President's Night

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Business Partners - for information about the scheme and our current Business Partners, click here

Club History - Click here to download a document written in 1968 to mark the then 50th Anniversary of the Club

Swanage Boys' Camp - Click here to download a booklet written in 1948 about the history of the Camp

View our Personal Data Privacy Policy

For information about visiting Bournemouth and the surrounding area, please click here

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Any problems, queries or suggested additions - please contact the
Bournemouth Rotary Club Webmaster

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Last Updated: 25 Apr 21