Barnet Rotary are a friendly, busy Rotary Club in Barnet with 30 members.
The Club meets on Monday evenings at 7pm on Zoom and all are welcome. Visitors should email for details.

What do we do?

Organise events – days out for disadvantaged children (Kids Out), run sports competitions for disabled people such as the North London Disability Games, old folks outings, music concerts, sponsored bike rides and our famous annual Christmas party.

Support local charities – cancer centres, hospices for terminally ill children and adults and young carers.

Develop school links – encourage fundraising projects to broaden awareness of community issues; organise educational programmes such as drug and health awareness, and careers advice.

Encourage young people – Rotary’s Young Chef, Young Musician, Youth Speaks and Young Photographer are just some of the activities you could get involved in.

Make a world of difference – help organise and support life-changing projects, from sending emergency aid to disaster-hit regions, to travelling to India to immunise children against polio.

Latest News

Rotary help run IT course for elderly members of the community

A guided walk in gorgeous Monken Hadley (Barnet)

Chocolates distributed to Staff at Wentworth Medical Centre and Deansbrook School

Speaker: Ross Lydall, Health Correspondent of the Evening Standard

Winter Programme 2020/21 Update

Why not join us

By joining Rotary a world of possibilities could open up for you.

Barnet Rotary are looking for more men and women of all ages and backgrounds to join us, to use their energy, humour and professional skills to make a real difference to the lives of others.

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