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Join Rotary and give something back to your community - We are looking to recruit energetic men and women who have a passion for service above self, if you are interested in learning more about Rotary or coming to one of our meetings then please telephone:

Phil on 07949 78044607949 780446 or email: philauden@btconnect.com




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Rotary Club of Tenterden

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Welcome to our website. The club was founded in 1947 and is part of a Worldwide organisation of over 1.2 million Members in over 34,000 clubs, all of whom are heavily involved in local community and vocational work, fund raising for national and international causes and disaster relief, global health projects such as the eradication of Polio together with Charities local to themselves


Rotary Membership is never dull - If you want to find out more please call Phil Auden for an informal chat or go to the Membership page


Ian Mowat is the new president of Tenterden Rotary Club 2015/2016


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Canterbury Oast Trust is a registered charity which supports adults with a learning disability. Having a learning disability affects the way a person learns, understands information and communicates. This can leave some people facing discrimination, exclusion and even abuse, leading to low self-esteem, loneliness and a high risk of being in poverty.   The charity works to ensure that people with learning disability are given the same chances as everyone else to a live confident, independent life and to be valued within the community. It supports people by providing a home, personal development, learning and inspiring work experiences in locations across Kent and East Sussex. It also operates as a social enterprise running a number of projects which help to generate income to support its work; including the Rare Breeds Centre in Woodchurch, a farm based visitor attraction  with over 100,000 visitors per year. Canterbury Oast Trust  operates as a family unit, working closely with friends, families, volunteers and supporters to create a truly inspirational environment for the people in their care.

www.c-o-t.org.uk www.rarebreeds.org.uk 01233 861493