Record Money Raised

Henley Half Marathon

The Henley Half Marathon has been Casumo running for over 25 years and has long been associated with raising money for the RNLI. In 2010 it raised £23,000 for the RNLI and local charities

Sue Ryder Care Home

Sue Ryder

The Sue Ryder fireworks and Halloween night has been held in late Click here October for the last 10 years. In 2011 it raised £18,000 for the Sue Ryder care home in Nettlebed. Read more


An Evening with Ross BrawnAn Evening with Ross Brawn

Thanks for you support on this great evening. It raised £22,000 for local charities.

News SpotlightGala Concerts

Gala Concerts are held at irregular intervals usually benefiting International charities.

The proceeds of the latest event was £2,550. This went to Mercy Ships, a global charity that offers free medical services to the world's poor of any faith.

The Rotary Club of Henley Bridge

The Henley Bridge Rotary Club was established in 1982 and currently has 32 members. It is a part of the global Rotary movement which has over 1.2 million members and clubs in almost every country of the world. We meet each week and enjoy a meal together with fun and fellowship and on many occasions a guest speaker. We also organise a number of fund raising activities through the year to support local, national and international charities. The Rotary motto is "Service Above Self" and on the international scene we aim to combat hunger, improve health and sanitation conditions, provide education and job training and promote peace.

Henley Bridge

The End Polio Now Campaign

End Polio NowThe "End Polio Now Campaign" was started over 20 years ago by Rotary International, the aim being to eradicate polio throughout the world. This terrible disease was prevalent everywhere at that time. A huge fund-raising effort by the Rotary movement, the efforts of local Rotarians in administering the vaccine in third world countries and in areas of conflict has now resulted in polio being confined to just four countries. These are Afghanistan, India, Pakistan and Nigeria. The World Health Organisation joined in Rotary's effort and more recently Bill and Melinda Gates have donated many hundreds of millions of dollars with the aim of ensuring that the job is completed. Once eliminated, Polio cannot make a return. There will be a huge Rotary celebration when the work is successfully finished!

Recently £250 million was kindly donated to Rotary by Bill and Melinda Gates.

Henley Bridge Rotary Club Officers

Annie Lathaen President Annie Lathaen

President Elect Frank Banks

Rodney Davis Immediate Past President Rodney Davis

The Henley Half Marathon - the principal organiser is Rotarian Peter Wilkinson.

The Sue Ryder Hallowe'en Bonfire and Fireworks event - the principal organiser is Rotarian Nicola Emms

The Rotary Club of Henley Bridge is always pleased to welcome potential members and invites those interested in joining the Rotary movement to contact one of the officers of the club.

The club is open to members of either gender and meets at Badgemore Park Golf Club at 7:30 pm each Wednesday evening.

Supporters and SponsorsSUPPORTERS AND SPONSORS

Invesco Perpetual

We are pleased that Invesco Perpetual based in Henley supports and sponsors many of our events. Thank you

The Henley Standard

A thank you to the Henley Standard who kindly supports and sponsors many of our events.

Orange Grove Designs

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The club has supported Dr J McWhirter, a retired GP, in working at the Kamuli Mission Hospital in Uganda for six months over the past three years. More recently Jim has extended the work to support eight rural hospitals having raised funds from numerous Rotary Clubs, organisations and individuals have responded to his appeal. Next year a major building project is planned at Kamuli.

friends of kamuli mission hospital

This is truly a way of ensuring that your African charity giving goes straight to a deserving cause.

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