Rotary in Gravesham & Ebbsfleet

Find out about the Rotary Club of Gravesham with Ebbsfleet. It has been active in supporting its community since 1927 and is one of two in the borough.             Read more …

Helping people and communities

Rotary’s motto is “service above self” We welcome new members who share our ideals and would like to help with our work          Read more…

On Your Bike

Join us for a ride through the Gravesend countryside while helping to raise money for charities on Sunday 22 May. Find out more and to register click here.

Coffee mornings

We hold coffee mornings on the second Saturday of each month from 10.00 to 11.30 am at the Eastgate Centre, 141 Springhead Parkway, DA12 8AD. Come along and find out what we do. First, check our calendar to confirm the date.


  • Two New Members
    Two New Members

    This year the club has welcomed two new members – one a new Rotarian and the other formerly member of another club. Sean Cronin Sean has been working with us

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  • Our latest new member
    Our latest new member

    We were delighted to welcome Samantha (Sam) Ryan as new member of the club at our last meeting: Sam says: “I am a mum to 3 children (2 grown up)

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  • New Members
    New Members

    We were delighted to welcome two new members Sana Malik and Arlene Orr at our meting on Thursday 4th November. Arlene says: “I have worked in various industries from management

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  • 100 Somethings for charity
    100 Somethings for charity

    We will walk 100 miles . . . . . . and our members made a small contribution to the total today with a walk in Jeskyns Park supported by

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  • Vaccination Centre Volunteers

    We are helping the NHS find volunteers to help at the Gravesend vaccination hub at The Woodville theatre. Our thanks to those who have already come forward to volunteer.   Locally

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  • Remembrance Sunday
    Remembrance Sunday

    Club President, Brian Portway, laid a wreath at the war memorial in Clarence Place on Sunday. Although there was no ceremony or parade due to the lockdown, our tradition was

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