Our Christmas House to House Collections 2019

       Monday 2nd December. General area: Warlingham & Whyteleafe Oakley Road, Searchwood Rd ,Hillbury Rd, Maple Close, Maple Rd,  Mosslea Rd, Beverley Rd, Hornchurch Hill,         Tuesday ...

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

  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.

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...

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...

Who we are

We are an enthusiastic, fun loving group of active men and women who volunteer some of our time to help others both Locally and Overseas. Every member can enjoy satisfaction of using their skills and experience to put something back into Society whilst making new friends and connections.

With over 1 million Rotarians in the World spread over 200 countries, Rotarians have friends and connections everywhere.

The combined skills and experience of all these men and women make a BIG DIFFERENCE.

There is so much need in the World. We need more volunteers.

An opportunity for you…

Would you like to help your local community and/or help our international aid programme?
Would you like to make some more new friends?
Do you have skills or experience that could help others?

If so please email us at caterhamrotary2@gmail.com or complete the form.

Christmas here we come!

Christmas here we come!

Our Christmas House to House Collection Routes! 6.30PM to 9.00PM Monday 10th December Caterham on the Hill Auckland Rd, Oak Rd, Banstead Rd, Burntwood Lane, Whyteleafe Rd, Strathmore Close, Portley Lane, Cedar Park, Annes Walk, Salmons Lane, Buxton Lane, Halton Rd,...

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Further Support for Air Ambulance Service

Further Support for Air Ambulance Service

Photo: Left to right are pilots Roger Sheridan and Paul Sargent.with Paramedic Charlie Leahy along with SERV Surrey & South London Blood Bikes, John Steele  and Alan Rogers, and  Vice President of Caterham Rotary Club Rod Stead. A group of members from Caterham...

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Home from  Hospital packs

Home from Hospital packs

Photo (L to R): features Geoff Loveday Caterham Rotary, Julie Cox Waitrose, Christina Chick The Dene Hospital, Marnie Cotterill, Tandridge Social Services & Jacqui Van Noort Floor Manager at Waitrose & Partners viewing the special bags and essential goods.) A...

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Leadership Award for local students

(Photo L to R) Kate Forde, Alice Forde Stephanie Barrett (Caterham Rotary President) Caitlin Etheridge and Alison Etheridge. Caitlin Etheridge and Alice Forde who were both Year 11 students at de Stafford School Caterham until recently were sponsored a few months ago...

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East Surrey Museum supported

East Surrey Museum supported

East Surrey Museum has an excellent collection of very large-scale maps covering most towns and villages in East Surrey. The maps are kept flat for storage and ease of reference and are very large. Recognising the value to the community Caterham Rotary has helped to...

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First Responders to the rescue!

First Responders to the rescue!

[Photo features Stephanie Barrett Caterham Rotary President  with Sally Monnery and Geoff Kempster of Caterham First Responders. Recent visitors to Caterham Rotary were Caterham Community First Responders Sally Monnery (Team Leader) and First Responder...

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GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION G.D.P.R.

We know that you have probably received many emails asking you to allow companies and organisations to continue to contact you via email for marketing purposes.  However, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect on 25th May 2018 and with it more transparency and control over how organisations like our own store and use your personal data.

Here at Caterham Rotary Club we take protecting your personal data very seriously and treat it as we would our own. In line with this, we have updated our privacy policy to make it very clear how and when we collect data from you, what we use it for, and how we store it. You can read our updated policy by clicking here

If you no longer wish to be receive  communications from us, or you want to view/change any of your personal details which we hold, you can do so by emailing us at caterhamrotary2@gmail.com