Community Service is the caring side of Rotary in the local community.

We help organizations and, on occasions, individuals, by providing financial assistance and (wo)manpower.

A good example of financial help is the donation of 10,000 to Thornton House School to help build a "multi-sensory room" to assist children who have physical and sensory difficulties.

The non-financial activities includes our Christmas Parcels for the elderly and needy, kid's outings and boat trips.

Rotary does make a difference in the community and puts into practice the Rotary motto:-


Membership of Rotary is vocationally based. A Rotary Club's membership consists of one or two representatives from different types of business or profession. Thus each member brings a varied and personal experience to the Club. Vocational Service draws this experience together and looks for how it may be used to support the objects of Rotary.