Rotary Club of Malling

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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Malling web site. We hope that this site will interest you about Rotary, both locally and internationally. You may feel that you would like to join us and be a part of this great organisation.

We are a group of about 30 like-minded people from all walks of life. Rotary is a multicultural, non-political, non-religious organisation which is open to everybody over 18. There are thousands of Rotary clubs all over the world just like ours, with over 75 clubs in Kent; that aspire to help those in need, whilst enjoying sociability and fellowship at regular meetings and events.

The Rotary motto is “Service above self” . Which means, being prepared to dedicate time and effort in helping those in need. Rotarians aim to build good-will and provide humanitarian service, locally, nationally and globally, by responding with help quickly when and where the need arises.

We also believe that the Rotary Club of Malling has an important role in our local community in helping local charities, especially those associated with children and the elderly, in helping to raise funds, organise social events and providing supporting services.

This web site will give you plenty of information about our achievements and who we have supported both in our local area and across the globe. It will also give you a taste of our future plans and activities.

We meet every Tuesday evening at Spadework (a really great garden centre just outside West Malling). Here we enjoy a meal, discussions, talks and activities. You will see, within this web site, how we have a lot of fun as well as supporting our chosen charities.

You are warmly invited to come and join us at one of our meetings. Maybe it is the right time for you to consider joining us? If so, you will probably find it to be one of the most interesting, enjoyable and rewarding decisions you could ever make. After all, the more members we have the more we can do!

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