Rotary Club of Reading

Meeting Place


The club meets at the Pepe Sale Restaurant on Tuesdays at 12:30 for 1pm situated in Queens Walk in Reading (Down the side of the Penta Hotel in Oxford Road)

Except there is usually an evening meeting on the 5th Tuesday of the month at Caversham Heath Golf Club (7:30pm for 8:00pm)

Prospective visitors to evening meetings must contact the Club's Secretary by MIDDAY THE FRIDAY PRECEDING THE MEETING

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The Winners

The Winners

The 2018 Reading Santa Run

In the centre of Reading on 9th December on a slightly damp and windy morning as the dawn arrived a flurry of activity began in the Forbury Gardens. It is the long- awaited day of the Rotary Club of Reading 2018 Santa Run.
The weather improved as hundreds of runners arrived in the Forbury to join in the fun event that would raise thousands of pounds for charities. Nine thirty saw the Reading Mayor Debs Edwards start the 1 km route run with around 350 children taking part followed at 10 am with the 5km run. Altogether over 1300 people took part dressed in Santa outfits or Elf outfits, plus many dogs dressed for the occasion.

By the way, It's not too late!
You can still donate to the Santa Run by text message.
or via the web through 'Just Giving' by following the link.

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Reading Rotary collecting on behalf of the ROYAL BRITISH LEGION POPPY DAY APPEAL

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This has been an annual commitment for the Rotary Club of Reading for many years & this year was no exception, especially with the Centenary of the World War I Armistice being especially commemorated.
14 Reading Rotarians generously gave their time to help the Royal British Legion Reading Branch with this year's Poppy Day Appeal in the Oracle Shopping Centre on Saturday 3rd November.

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Give Old Coins & Notes to Charity

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Our President Bill Montague's chosen charity for his year of office is the Alzheimer's Society. To aid Bill raising funds for this charity members are asked to donate any unwanted old coins - foreign or British. The Society has an arrangement that gives them money for all coins or notes sent to them.
So, if you have any old coins that are unwanted, please donate them to club and we will pass them to this charity.

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President's message:-

President 2018/2019Looking forward to the year ahead, let's ensure that all we undertake as a Club we do to the best of our ability and in a spirit of collaboration and conviviality.
Bill Montague

Next Meeting

18th December 2018

Future meetings

25th December 2018

1st January 2019

8th January 2019
Subject: British Aid to India in the 1980's
Speaker: Mike Eggleton

15th January 2019
Subject:: Design, create and publish tactile and audio books for blind and partially sighted people.
Speaker: Louise James, Living Paintings

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