South Fylde Rotary
Newcomers and holidaymakers to the Fylde Council area are fortunate to have a choice of three lively but different Rotary Clubs to visit.
They all meet regularly with St Annes-on-the-Sea on a Tuesday evening, Lytham Thursday lunchtime and Kirkham and Rural Fylde Thursday evening.
The dual gender clubs display an eclectic mix of social activities, service projects and fundraising initiatives.
Rotary Lytham engaging with Fylde Primary Schools at the Young Technology Day at a local school. An important part of how Rotary is involved in developing links with leadership and team working with tomorrow’s managers.
There’s no better organisation to get to know about the area and community life than Rotary.
They have speakers, outside visits, sporting occasions and lead the field in community support.
Make the most of your new life style, visit a club near you to turn your time and talents to good use.
The iconic Lytham windmill provided the backdrop for Rotary Lytham to launch its Passionately Purple gin. Helping the 'birth' are Club President John Edwards, Past President of Rotary in GBI Denis Spiller, Fylde Mayor Peter Collins, Bobby Ball and Mayoress Caroline Collins.
Contact your nearest Rotary Team
Kirkham and Rural Fylde: meeting on Thursday evenings.
David Thow 01772 671368
Rotary Lytham: meeting each Thursday lunch.
Barry Lees 01253 795586
St Annes-on-the-sea: meeting on a Tuesday evening.
Matthew Willey 01253 724023
Rotarians from St. Anne's take on the form of a Human Fruit Machine to raise funds for their work within the community.