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Kinver Rotarians ready to clean up

Kinver Rotary Club has thrown its weight behind the village’s participation in Staffordshire’s Community Council’s Best Kept Village competition as part of its support for the movement’s nationwide Rotary Spring Clean.


Kinver Rotarians were astounded to receive the news that Past President Ken Graham has acquired an email address. The actual address, however, is being kept as a closely guarded secret within the Club whilst Ken undertakes arduous training in the use of emails. It is hoped that he will soon be able to receive and open his emails, though sending them may take a little longer. It is expected that sales of red wine will increase dramatically during the training period.

For the first time in the Club's history all members can now be contacted by email.

Club fellowship visit to Prague


This year's February Kinver Rotary Club overseas fellowship weekend saw twenty members, partners and friends enjoy as excellent few days fellowship in Prague, staying at a very central hotel on Wenceslas Square.

The weather was kind, enabling members to sightsee, visiting the largest castle complex in Europe, St. Vitas Cathedral, Charles Bridge and Prague Old Town. Some members have been asked to give a talk to the Club following their very enlightening - in their words - visit to The Sex Machine Museum!

Rotary sleigh collection tops £5,000 for the first time


The generous people of Kinver, Enville and Wollaston have excelled themselves in their donations to Kinver Rotary Club’s Christmas Sleigh, putting more than £5,000 in the collecting tins for the first time in the 26-year history of the annual fund-raiser.

Kinver Edge toposcope repaired in preparation for full refurbishment

The toposcope on Kinver Edge, designed and paid for by the Rotary Club of Kinver as its first major public project after its formation in 1985, has been given a temporary repair while funds are raised for a permanent refurbishment.

10k run most successful ever

Gavin Williamson MP & Vice President John Brown at the finishing line

 Kinver Rotary Club’s fifth 10k run was its most successful ever with more than 250 runners taking part in an event that has become recognised as one of the toughest in the West Midlands.

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Club Details


The Fox Inn, Bridgnorth Road, Stourton,near Stourbridge, West Midlands DY7 5BL at 20:00 on Monday.