Saughall Rotary Club were formed in 2009, and our first President was Carl Jones.
The founder members were :-
Lucy Ashworth, Dawn Beech, Claire Bell, Michael Bell, John Chadwick, Beryl Cotton, Tony Cotton, Gerard Edwards,
Kathryn Fagan, Peter Halford, Corin Parry, Amanda Hughes, Carl Jones, Helen Thorniley Jones, John Jones
Margaret Jones, Gary Mansfield, Julie Neenan, Martin Neenan,Frank Roxburgh, P J Thorniley, Elaine Tobin,
Jon Tobin, Anne Walker, Craig Warburton & Melanie Warburton
Carl Jones PHF 09-10, Beryl Cotton 10-11, Martin Neenan PHF 11-12,
Jon Tobin 12-13, Julie Davey 13-14, Helen Thornley Jones 14-15
Saughall Rotary Club is part of Rotary International. Rotary is an international
service organisation service organisation whose stated purpose is to bring together
business and professional people in order to provide humanitarian services, encourage
high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world.
It is an organization open to all persons regardless of race, colour, creed, religion,
gender, or political preference. There are 34,282 clubs and over 1.2 million members
The members of Rotary Clubs are known as Rotarians. Members usually meet weekly
for breakfast, lunch or dinner, which is a social event as well as an opportunity to
organize work on their service goals. Rotary's primary motto is "Service above Self";
Saughall Rotary Club meet every Thursday 7.00 for 7.30pm,
generally at All Saints Church, Church Road, Saughall. Message from Our president for 2015-2016 Andrew Errington
Rotary in Saughall is a bit of a well kept secret.
We want to do more, we want to get involved with local activities
and we also want more members, any age, male or female.
We are a club of over 30 members, almost equally split male to female,
with an age range from 30 to 70.
We have loads of fun, great camaraderie and organize events that
raise money for local charities.
We meet every Thursday either socially or on business in
All Saints church here in Saughall.
We start at 7.30pm and anyone can drop in whenever we’re in situ.
We are a very relaxed, informal, progressive, flexible, forward thinking club
who combine events like the Beer Festival, the Dragon boat race and a
clay pigeon shoot with disabled games, quiz nights and Father Christmas on his sleigh.
There is something every month for everyone to get involved in,
if they want to! If time doesn’t allow for a particular week or period of time
then so be it, there is no pressure. Everyone just does what he or she can, when they can.
The District Conference
The District Conference will be held in Chester this year, and Saughall are
helping with organising the Friday evening entertainment