What did Windsor’s Rotary Clubs do for the Community this Platinum Jubilee weekend?

Monday night was a warm up, stewarding the Eton College banquet. Thursday was a busy day, selling 1070 slices of beef at the Ox Roast in Bachelor’s Acre followed by marshalling at Eton’s Street Party, ensuring the 640 guests were well looked after.

Main picture shows Chris Davies, President of Windsor St George Rotary Club and recent member Monica who joined us from Italy, originally from Romania. 

Platinum Jubilee car show

Saturday was the car rally, Rotarian’s helping keep marks off the marques 😉

Before the events, a number of Rotarians got involved with Windsor’s Platinum Jubilee Committee and after the wrap up event, I dare say there will be talk of more Royal events on the horizon!

There are still a few stalls available for our next big event on Saturday 25th June at Windsor & Eton Rotary Club’s Summer Fayre & Duck Race.

Windsor and Eton Rotary Club Duck Race 2022

While we have two clubs in Windsor, Windsor & Eton and Windsor St George, there are many more up and down the Thames Valley with around 1,700 clubs in the UK and 1.2 million members worldwide.

We are not some secret society but simply groups of people who enjoy having a good time while raising money for good causes. There are also clubs for younger members, starting with RotaKids at Trevelyan School and Windsor Girls has an Interact Club.

If you’d like to know more then visit the site links below:

Windsor St George

Windsor & Eton

Rotary Thames Valley

Rotary UK

Rotary International

If you’ve been thinking you’d like to be more involved in the local community then please fill in the form below and I’ll pass it on to Windsor’s Club Secretaries to make contact. 

Thank you.

Jon Davey

Youth Chair Windsor & Eton Rotary Club

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