Rotary in Gravesend

Find out about the Rotary Club of Gravesend. It has been active in supporting its community since 1927 and is one of three 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

A major activity is our annual sponsored bicycle ride held in April which raises thousands of pounds for local and other charities.           Read more …

Why not join in the fun and take part next year? If you would like to go on our mailing list to receive an entry form when they are available either email “On Your Bike” using our contact us form .

News

  • Bat & Trap
    Bat & Trap

    It was one o’ clock, on Sunday the 12th August and there was tension in the air that was tangible. The patchy clouds rolled overhead in the summer breeze showing

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  • Petanque 2018
    Petanque 2018

      Gravesend … riverside resting place of Princess Pocahontas and gateway to London.   And home of a championship petanque rink at the Gravesend Rugby Club where the Rotary clubs

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  • District Conference 2108
    District Conference 2108

    A trip on Saturday to the District Conference at Kent University in Canterbury with club President Tony Muckley and Rotarian John Baker. I never stop being amazed at the amount

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  • Corporate Member - A First
    Corporate Member – A First

    Orange Property Services of Gravesend and Ebbsfleet was admitted as our first corporate member on Monday. Representing the company in our club activities are Amanda Parkes, Nicola Leaney and Saira

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  • On Your Bike
    On Your Bike

    About 600 cyclists left the Riverside Leisure Area at Gravesend on Sunday to enjoy a ride in the countryside around Gravesend and raise money for charity. There were three routes:

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  • Purple4Polio - Crocuses at the Crematorium
    Purple4Polio – Crocuses at the Crematorium

    Purple crocuses flowering at Thamesview Crematorium next Spring will be part of a world-wide battle against polio. Gravesend Rotary presented 5,000 crocus corms to the new crematorium and cemetery at

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