About the Rotary Club of Cranleigh

Cranleigh is located in the county of Surrey, about 11 km south east of Guildford.

Members of the Rotary Club of Cranleigh are drawn from various professions including shop owners, accountants and bank managers, a farmer, a photographer, a space consultant / author, a marketing manager and a chef. 

Our members help the local community in many different ways, such as driving minibuses, helping with reading in schools, running competitions for young people in poetry, cookery and public speaking, and sponsoring young people to attend a Rotary Youth Leaders (RYLA) course or enjoy a day out at Chessington World of Adventure. We also sponsor an Interact Club, formed by local school students as a social meeting place and fund-raising organisation for good causes at home and abroad.

Our regular fund-raising events for charity include a village carol concert, a quiz and a cross country run, and we take part in Cranleigh events such as the agricultural show and village fair. We support local charities and contribute to young people who want to travel or tale part in other projects for charity. Much of our work, and the funds we raise, go towards youth projects.

For our programme of speakers see the Speakers' Programme page.
 
Anyone wishing to attend our meetings, including members of other Rotary Clubs, should contact our secretary, Malcolm Keeping, on 01483-275643, or e-mail: malcolm.twooaks@btinternet.com .

Where We Meet

We meet at The Parrot inn in the nearby hamlet of Forest Green (postcode RH5 5RZ) at 7 for 7.15 pm on most Thursday evenings (see map below).  

Directions: Take the Ewhurst Road from Cranleigh to Ockley, then turn right at Forest Green. OR take the Ewhurst Road (B2126) from Dorking, and turn left at Forest Green. The Parrot is almost immediately on your left.