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Even during the Covid Pandemic and he various lockdowns that we have all been through, the Rotary Club of Bournemouth North has been reaching out to our community providing support where we can, helping many organisations such as The Dorset Children’s Foundation, Bournemouth Women’s Refuge, Young Parents Groups, The local Foodbank, Homestart, The Salvation Army, Bournemouth Hospital Charity and many many others.

As we slowly get back to normal many of us now perhaps have a little more  time on our hands as our lives change to meet the new normal and it’s demands and so what better time to make new friends and help your local community at the same time.

During the past 2 years our meetings have been conducted on Zoom and whilst very successful we are now looking forward to getting back to face to face meetings where we take care of the clubs business and also have a succession of interesting speakers and guests.

So if you feel you would like to make new friends and become involved in helping us to help others in our community which can be very rewarding to all concerned, then please get in touch through our Contacts Page (link below) to find out more about the amazing work that Rotary does both locally and around the world. The is no obligation but it might just be what you are looking for.

There has never been a better time to make a difference.


What is Rotary?

Rotary is an international service club with 1.2 million members in over 200 countries.

Rotary is about helping communities, both local and internationally through our network of clubs.

It is a non-religious and non-political organisation comprised of both men and women.

There are 77 clubs in our area, Dorset, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, and they do some fantastic work each year. We raise approximately £2.2 million each year and spend around 100,000 hours helping the less fortunate in our communities, true to our motto – ‘Service Above Self’.

What are the benefits of joining?

  • Making a difference in the local community
  • Making new friends and enjoying our many social activities
  • Developing your leadership and organisational skills and helping others develop theirs
  • Assisting with worldwide humanitarian aid
  • Having fun whilst helping others
  • Giving back a little to help others not so fortunate as ourselves
  • Getting involved in the club’s activities as much or as little as time allows

How you can support us?

We meet on the second, third and fourth Tuesday of the month, 6.30 p.m. for 7.00 p.m at the West Hants Tennis Club.