The Rotary Club of Worcester is Club number 132 and was granted its charter on 7th April 1924. We are part of District 1100, which comprises 65 Rotary Clubs in an area of the West of England stretching from Worcester in the South Midlands down to Bristol and North Somerset, and across to Swindon in Wiltshire.

We normally meet Monday lunchtimes, at 12:55, at the Worcestershire County Cricket Ground. Meetings are scheduled to end at 14:00. When there is a 5th Monday in the month we have a longer, evening meeting to which partners are invited.

The Rotary Club of Worcester is a dual gender club.

The Club has provided a number of District Governors and currently has a Past District Governor as an active member.

There are also four other Rotary Clubs in the City, Worcester Severn (1982), Worcester South (1968), Worcester Wychavon (1990), Worcester Vigornia (2008) - if you would like information about any of these clubs, do contact us.