Ludlow in winter

Junior Community Awards

Dog Day 2017

Mock interviews at Ludlow College

Representatives of 14 organisation that received awards from Ludlow Rotary Cares

Representatives of the 4 main beneficiaries of Dog Day 2017

Switch on of Tree of Light 2017

Medieval Fayre Mulled Wine Stall 2017

Rotakids at Clee Hill School planting purple crocus for End-Polio-Now


How to join

How to join

Individual membership

The Club welcomes enquiries from women and men from all walks of life who would like to explore the possibility of becoming members. Joining Rotary is easy.

Usually potential members begin by contacting the Secretary before attending their first evening meeting. Alternatively, a potential member might attend their first meeting as a guest of an existing member.

Our regular meetings are held at The Feathers Hotel on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of every month. We meet in the downstairs bar from 7pm before moving to the Prince Charles Suite for our meal and meeting at 7.30 pm. We encourage potential members to attend three meetings initially to meet existing members and to get to know a little more about the Club and how it operates.

If, after three meetings, a potential member wishes to proceed with an application, he or she is invited to an informal meeting with the Membership Secretary to run through the objectives and purpose of Rotary and so that they may ask any questions they may have so they are clear about what is involved and the associated costs. Currently members pay an annual fee of £110 plus a charge of £12 for each meeting they attend to cover the cost of the meal. There are also opportunities for members to support Rotary’s own charity ‘Foundation’ financially on an entirely voluntary basis.

If the applicant wishes to proceed, existing Club members are formally consulted before an invitation to join is extended.  Thereafter, the applicant is formally inducted into Rotary at an evening meeting by the Club President and presented with a lapel pin and handbook to mark the start of their membership.

Other forms of membership

The Club also offers other forms of membership under particular circumstances:

  • Honorary Membership is offered to members who have made a long contribution to the Club and also to others who have made a significant contribution to the community.
  • Associate Membership provides the opportunity for the Club to encourage individuals to experience at first hand the work and social life of Rotary without the need to become a full member. Associate Membership is currently held by several of our younger members and others who live at a distance from the Club.
  • Corporate Membership can be made available to a corporate organisation or company which wishes to be associated with the Club

For further information about membership including Associate and Corporate membership, please contact the Secretary using the contact form below.

Revised as at 19 July 2016