Santa’s Tour of Caterham,Warlingham &  Whyteleafe

Santa’s Tour of Caterham,Warlingham & Whyteleafe

Hi to you all! Our Santa Tour this year will be subject to any changes brought about by Government policy on the current pandemic. Our plan currently is to visit all the streets that we normally cover for our planned Santa tour. (Details of the dates and roads are set...
Caterham Foodbank & Rotary in Tandridge Go Large.

Caterham Foodbank & Rotary in Tandridge Go Large.

The Caterham Foodbank, part of the Trussell Trust, has recently taken on a new warehouse, where the donated items can be sorted and stored. Stephen Bidwell, chair of trustees says: “The current pandemic has led to far greater demand for our services, so having more...
Supporting the local Foodbank

Supporting the local Foodbank

Briefing recently to our Additional Meeting Group [AMG) team from Stephen Bidwell Trustee of the Caterham Food Bank along with their manager Gill Bailey. The Rotary team recently raised £250 from a Zoom Cheese Tasting evening which has been donated to the Food...
Caterham’s “Cedar Tree” name goes mobile!

Caterham’s “Cedar Tree” name goes mobile!

The Cedar Tree on Caterham on the Hill has had its name included in the sponsorship of a new Blood Motorbike funded by Caterham Rotary Club. The name has been printed onto both sides of the new bike coupled with the Caterham Rotary wheel. In 1981 the Service by...
Rotary has a “Cheesy” Night

Rotary has a “Cheesy” Night

Having been unable to hold a number of fund-raising events of late, our Additional Meeting Group came up with the novel idea of holding a virtual charity cheese tasting online which took place recently. It was a fun evening enabling all the participants to have the...
Support for The Salvation Army

Support for The Salvation Army

Caterham Rotary Club’s link with the local Salvation Army Church goes back many years and over the last 5 years this has grown with the development of The Christmas Toy appeal which links up with a number of local employers including Croudace Homes Group, Buxton’s...
Local students win Sporting  Excellence Awards.

Local students win Sporting Excellence Awards.

The result of the 2020 Caterham Rotary Sporting Excellence Award has just been announced. Rotarian Sarah Berke who organised this year’s Award commented  “the standard of applications submitted was very high and the three judges were unanimous in deciding that...
Support for The West Way Centre

Support for The West Way Centre

The Westway Centre (previously The Douglas Brunton Centre) in Chaldon Road Caterham is a community hub providing services for the residents of Tandridge and surrounding areas. The outbreak of Coronavirus [COVID-19] has had a major impact on their normal daily...
Support for the Caterham  Food Bank

Support for the Caterham Food Bank

The outbreak of Coronavirus has understandably increased the pressure on the valuable work already being carried out by the local Caterham Foodbank. It is against this backdrop that Caterham Rotary are pleased to have made a donation of £1000 towards their running...
Caterham Rotary’s 2020 Sporting Excellence Award is launched!

Caterham Rotary’s 2020 Sporting Excellence Award is launched!

Applications now welcome Each year local secondary schools and sports clubs are asked to nominate entrants who have shown outstanding sporting excellence either within their school or club.  Completed application forms with supporting references from entrants Head of...
Toys for Christmas!

Toys for Christmas!

A close association over a number of years between Caterham Rotary and the Salvation Army’s annual Christmas appeal has led to the development of a new initiative involving the Rotary. Five years ago a pilot scheme was launched which set up three collecting points for...
Young Chef’s triumph!

Young Chef’s triumph!

Students from three local Secondary Schools participated in this year’s Caterham Rotary Young Chef Competition earlier this month. Their task was to produce a healthy three course meal with a starter, main course and a dessert for two people for £20 or under. They had...
The Rotary Youth Leadership Award

The Rotary Youth Leadership Award

What is The Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA)?  Applications are now open for the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) 2020. providing an amazing opportunity for you to: Gain exposure to leadership scenarios Explore problem-solving strategies as part of a team...
Further Support for Air Ambulance Service

Further Support for Air Ambulance Service

  A group of members from Caterham Rotary Club recently visited the Redhill operations Centre for the Kent Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance. [KSSAA] They presented the charity with a cheque for £3,750 which was the result of the Caterham Half Marathon and 10K sponsored...
Caterham Rotary Half Marathon & 10k: Records Tumble.

Caterham Rotary Half Marathon & 10k: Records Tumble.

A record number of 600runners took part in this year’s Caterham Rotary Half Marathon and 10K event on Sunday 21st July sponsored by local independent hospital North Downs Caterham. James Connor won the half marathon in a new course record time of 1 hour 9 minutes and...

Stunning Photos in Caterham Rotary Young Photographer competition

Forty-four young people from the local area took up the challenge this year to produce original pictures based on the theme of “Water.” The quality and variety of entries was very impressive and set the judges a tough task to decide on the winners. In the end they...

Support for Prostate Cancer UK

Barry Cogdell an Addiscombe and Shirley Rotarian and also an Ambassador for Prostate UK was delighted to receive a cheque for £1100 from our President Stephanie Barrett today. “1 in 8 men will get Prostate Cancer in their lifetime” said Stephanie c “the...

Caterham Rotarians visit WW1/WW2 battlefields and cemeteries.

The 75th anniversary of D-Day will be next month. In association with this event, the Caterham Rotary Club organised a visit by a dozen members to the beaches of Sword, Juno, Gold, Omaha and Utah. We visited some sixteen sites ranging from the Pegasus Bridge to St...
Bunny Fun Runners ignore the challenging weather!

Bunny Fun Runners ignore the challenging weather!

  Despite changing weather conditions over 300 hundred runners took part in the 12th annual Caterham Rotary Easter Bunny Fun runs at Queens Park on Sunday 14th April First boy and girl to cross the line in the 1k, which is not a race, were George Stanley and Ella...

Calling Young Snappers

We are delighted to announce the launch of the 2019 Young Photographer competition. This annual event was the inspiration of Rotarian Marianne Woods who led its organisation for the last 3 years and inspired so many young people to take up a camera and produce...