Woking Rotaract is an opportunity to be part of a fun, dynamic and unique international organisation for people aged 18–30, offering a wide range of activities that will enable members to try something new while having a great time and making new friends.
Woking Rotaract offers a wide choice of social activities, actively supports its local community, raises money for charity and gives members the opportunity to develop personal skills and gain new life experiences in Great Britain and abroad. A Rotaract club’s activities are decided by its members.
Come along and chat with our members. We hope you'll find us a friendly and approachable bunch and are very happy to answer any questions - just contact us through the meetup site or request to join and we will contact you. You can also send email to rotaractwoking (at) gmail.com
You can join our Meetup group by clicking Join in the top right corner of this page.
This is one of our regular monthly events.
We usually meet in the area to the right of the bar on one of the large tables.
Focus meetings are a monthly feature where attention is paid to a particular aspect of the club. The subject will change from month to month, rotating through: Fundraising and Community Membership and Publicity International Understanding Rotaract District Social Programme Upcoming Club Event/Project.
Meet up for a bounce at Airhop Guildford 🎇
£14 for one hour session if you haven't got non-slip socks (if you have the socks it's £12)
Open til 9pm on Fridays :)
We will be having a board gaming session at the latest board game café, and the first in Guildford!
They have a huge variety of games, from lightweight to serious, that you can pick up and try, and the staff will come over and recommend games based on what your likes and dislikes are.
Additionally they serve snacks, hot and cold drinks while you game to keep your energy up!
RSVP will close a week prior so that a table can be booked for those attending.
Every second Monday of the month we have a meeting (and general natter) to make decisions on upcoming events, community projects and general club business.
Coming along to one of these is a great way to be introduced to the club, there is plenty of opportunity to get to meet and talk with other club members and you will also get an overview of what the club is involved in.
The Wheatsheaf, is a short walk from the train station.
There is also plenty of car parking around, either the car park or a local street.
If you are planning to come along, and not sure where you are going, please get in contact, and we can give you further directions.