Rotary in England's smallest County offers a warm welcome to Rutlanders and visitors alike.
The Rotary Club of Oakham was chartered in 1952 and twenty years later when the County of Rutland was absorbed into Leicestershire the members of the Club elected to change the name to the Rotary Club of Rutland, thereby preserving the old County identity. On 1st April 1997, Rutland regained its County status and the Rotary Club once again became the only Club in England to represent a whole County.
Through volunteering their skills, time and resources, our members make a positive difference to the lives of others. Clubs work tirelessly to raise funds for local good causes, placing them right at the heart of their local communities.
Our projects include organising and supervising community events, promoting the achievements of young people, helping those who are disadvantaged or disabled, coordinating educational programmes and working in partnership with local businesses and charities