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The Rotary Club of Epsom is about community, charity, fun and friendship and is open to men and women aged 30 plus. The club meets weekly on a Thursday lunchtime as well as holding social events throughout the week, getting involved in projects, both in the local community and internationally, and supporting and fundraising for charities. Once a month we have an evening meeting. We follow the Rotary motto of “Service Above Self” while enjoying fun and friendship along the way.

Each year the club is involved in a range of local community events. There are gardening sessions at the Old Moat Garden Centre throughout the year. The club also runs the local Young Musician, Young Photographer, Young Chef and French Speaking competitions annually. The club has previously organised the annual Epsom and Ewell Borough Family Fun Day with the Rotary Club of Ewell and hopes to do again in future. In previous years we have also marshalled the Sport Relief Mile at Nonsuch Park and the Cancer Research UK Race for Life event at Epsom Downs Racecourse and hope to do so again the future. And of course there are the annual Christmas collections around Epsom.

The club has a varied social calendar with recent events including bowling, crazy golf, supper club in local high end restaurants, a trip to Walmer Castle, a West End theatre trip and a barbeque. We also have the opportunity to compete against other local Rotary clubs in the district sports competitions.

This year we are fundraising for small, local charities. Charity events in the past have included a fashion show and quiz nights.

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Interested in finding out more? Then please either send us an email (epsomrotarymembership@gmail.com), send us a message through the Meetup site or request to join and we will get in touch. Many of our members do not use Meetup so be aware our meetings have more people than Meetup would suggest!

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