Meeting with the Students from Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School

Rotary likes to encourage community connections and discuss options for helping
the community with youth and schools. However despite the media’s bad press
on the youth and millenniums they are often an inspiration and encouragement
to us . That includes our recent visitors from Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School
who are all active in in the community and responded tremendously to the tragic Grenfell Tower fire.

We meet most Tuesdays at 6.30 at the Polish centre restaurant, speakers and visitors welcome.


A Celebration of Achievement

We like to work closely with local clubs and individuals but some time we have the opportunity to gift to a number of worth organisations.
Such was the case with the members formerly of Hammersmith managed to collect and give over £2000 to a number of organisations.


We are Opportunity .. Tues 14th Nov Quiz

Children of Nepal – photo 

Tues 14th Nov we will have our annual quiz to support our chosen charities, and have a lot of fun ..

This year we are supporting – The Nepal Trust and helping provide school places primarily for girls in remote Nepal

Also the local International Refugee trust and their work especially in health and women’s education in Uganda.


All Welcome !! Drop us an email and come along..


New Members and New Skills ..

Expanding our truly international family we raise a glass to welcome 3 new members

  • Karolina from Poland with a a passion and career helping children with special teaching needs as well as mentoring and professional development
  • Native Londoner, Chelsea our super nurse and athlete
  • Zoltan our Hungarian and software entrepreneur who has established Tourism programs for the less able.

Making a difference is perhaps the most rewarding fun there can be ..

Re-Welcoming a Teacher to Rotary Chiswick

With great please we welcomed long time Rotary member Myra to the Rotary club of Chiswick and Brentford. With a wealth of experience working in London we all were treated to tales of mafia run school gangs and the trials as well as successes of inner city schools over the decades.

Chiswick RNLI branch is inviting you to a fascinating talk by James Kyall “Rowing the Atlantic” that will take place on 25 October 2017 at 19:30 at the George IV Pub in Chiswick.

Tickets are £10 online (plus booking fee) and can be purchased following this link:

Limited tickets will be available on the door for £12. All proceeds go to the RNLI.