Club of Titsey & District

Rotary International District 1250 Club 1567


Our Current President

Club Chartered 1985

Our President for the 2014/2015 Rotary year, Howard Belcham, extends a very warm welcome to visitors to our web site, and club.


Latest News

Every year, Rotary Clubs across the UK invite young people to enter the Young Photographer competition. This year the theme was 'Light up the Community'. We asked Stella Cordellis of SMS Creative Photography to act as judge, and we are proud to announce the winner of the Senior Category (14-17 years-old) was Rachel from Moor House School.

Rachel is seen here collecting her Winner's Certificate from Stella and Roger Stent of Titsey Rotary Club. Rachel's entry will now be entered into the next stage of the contest.

Fourteen year old Heather Brooks, who plays the harp, approached Titsey last year but was too late for the 2014 event. However we were able to enter her onto the District competition this year. At the District final, which took place at St Catherine’s school in Bramley near Guildford in February. Heather was the winning instrumentalists so went on to the Regional Final. This took place in Reading in April, which she also won. On Saturday 16 May all the talented finalists competed in the RIBI final, which took place in Darlington. Heather was placed third in the instumentalist class. Our congratulations go to Heather pictured here with President Howard.

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We welcome new members and those who would simply like to know more about Rotary to come along to our Wednesday club night. Please contact the Secretary for details. 



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