The Rotary Club of Southampton West is a small friendly club formed in 1970.

 The Club currently has 29 members, whose projects raise in excess of £7,000 annually in support of local good causes.

Things We Do

Causes we support:-


 Aquaboxes for overseas disasters 

Cedar School  for Special-Needs children

CLIC Sargent Home from Home Appeal 

Countess Mountbatten Hospice

    Piam Brown children's oncology ward

     Southampton Schools' Rock Challenge

Mock Interview techniques for school leavers

Social events we enjoy:-


 Theatre trips, - Boules - Quiz evenings - 

70 Club activities and much more.

Interesting speakers at our weekly lunch meetings.   See our diary.

To join us for lunch, or for more information Click Contact Us  


Top Fund Raise Award

 We were presented with the 'Top Fund Raiser' certificate at a recent meeting in recognition of our various fund raising projects supporting the Countess Mountbatten Hospice.

New associate members

Become an Associate Member of Rotary

   Southampton West Rotary Club has introduced Associate Membership for those people with limited time but with a desire to join an international organisation which puts something back into society, at local, national and international level.

   There is no subscription nor membership fee payable during the first two years. 

    An associate member is entitled to attend the club’s social and lunch meetings, and join in any charitable activities as and when you can afford the time, 

We meet weekly for a reasonably priced meal at The Concorde, Stoneham Lane, Eastleigh.

  There are currently six Associate members, 

 Feel free to join us in 2020. 

Call John for details:-  023 80 908 434 

Norman invasion of Australia 


Members Mary and Norman invaded Australia, but were captured to help out at an Australian Rotary event - Mary manned a stall and Norman tried the burgers.  

Time to Relax


Members gathered for a social evening  of boules at the 'Royal Oak' pub -one of many regular social  get-togethers. 

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Light Hearted Moments
Nigel becomes a 'Saint"


This month saw Secretary Nigel Riches being unknowingly recognised as a 'Saint' - fallen or otherwise. 


Members gather to mourn the passing of Fred Effigy, who ducked out at the Cedar School Fair..

Fred, along with common sense, will be sadly missed.

Farewell poor Fred, I knew him well.
Could this be the end of Rotary!


The end is nigh!

 A collection of photographs  from the

Rotary Big Band Concert

Book Now for next year's

'Fabulous 40s'     Big Band Concert

Sunday 20th June 2021    at The CONCORDE Eastleigh.

Fun, Food, Music & Friendship.

Tickets from 023 80 908434  & 01489 795694

Rotary 'Big Band Event
Patrick Piero leading his 16- strong band at the Rotary Club's 'Fabulous 40s' summer event in the grounds of the the Concorde Club Eastleigh
Rotary Big Band Event
Jitter bugging the day away at the Rotary Club 'Roaring 40s' open-air summer event at the Concorde Club Eastleigh.
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JOIN US  -  Become a Rotarian

We’re looking for men and women of all ages and backgrounds to join us either as volunteers, members or both. You can use your time, talents, professional skills and energy to improve the lives of people in our local communities and around the world.

You can enjoy business networking, personal development, meeting new friends, having a great deal of fun and experiencing the fulfillment that comes from achieving something worthwhile.  

As Rotarians we share the belief of:

 'The Four-Way Test'   in the things we think, say or do:

 Is it the TRUTH?

Is it FAIR to all concerned?


Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?

If you have similar goals in life:    Join us - Become a Rotarian 

                Click a box to... 

 Club Activities and Events 

St James Park International Day

July 14th 

This was one of numerous opportunities to support our local community.


Rotary in St James Park Shirley,
The ever-smiling Rotary member Christine gave out useful information about the Rotary activities around the world.
Rotary in St James Park Shirley,
Children had a whale of a time throwing hoops at the Rotary 'Stone the Crows' scarecrow.
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raising funds

Big Band Concert


Hands-on help

Planting crocuses and building bird boxes at special needs school

Youth Opportunities

Mock Trials and Job Interviews

Help in the community

Supplying stalls and manning stands at Charity Events

Become a Member of Rotary

Help Make a Difference in your Community

Webmaster:- Christine Parkhouse:- rcsw70@gmail.com.

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