Alresford Rotary sponsored indoor cycle ride
The proud winners of the Alresford Rotary sponsored ride gathered for the prize giving today. Overall winner was Robert Meager who covered an amazing 21.4 miles in the hour. Ladies winner was Tessa Harding with an excellent 16.4 miles. Miranda Pinch won the seniors prize with 15.0 miles. Robert wins 2 months membership at Station Mill Health and Fitness whilst Tessa and Miranda win a pack of 5 classes. All three also received a bottle of wine for their endeavours. Thanks go to all competitions that helped raised money for Alresford Rotary Charity as well as Scott O’Shea, Director of Station Mill for sponsoring the event.
Photo: from left to right, Robert Meager, Tessa Harding, Miranda Pinch, Scott O’Shea, David Marshall.


Alresford Rotary was formed in 1987, aiming to provide people with an opportunity to get involved in local and international community projects and meet like-minded people in the local area.  Hands-on volunteering, fundraising, running local events and sharing our skills to help local and international charitable causes  – these are just some of the activities we get involved in.

We value diversity, equality and inclusion. Rotary celebrates and welcomes people of all backgrounds, regardless of their age, ethnicity, race, colour, abilities, religion, socioeconomic status, culture, sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity.

Explore this site to find out more about Rotary locally and globally and follow us on Facebook and Twitter. We would love to hear from you if you’d like to get involved or have a project you like us to help with. Alresford Rotary is a registered charity. (Charity number 101444)


Some of Alresford Rotary Community Projects

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We at Rotary share an interest in protecting our common legacy: the environment. We are committed to supporting activities that strengthen the conservation and protection of natural resources, advance ecological sustainability, and foster harmony between communities and the environment.  

Access to quality care

Rotary is especially dedicated to ending polio and since 1979 its members have donated money, lobbied governments, provided practical support to deliver polio vaccines and volunteered at national immunisation days in all corners of the world.

Community support

It’s often said that society works better when communities work together. From food banks to flood relief, marathons to festivals, Rotary is always making a difference in our communities. The opportunities with Rotary are endless



235 runners took part in the 2021 Alresford Rotary 10k Road Race on Sunday 20th June. The bulk of the entrants were Hampshire club runners that had carried their places over from last year when the race had to be cancelled under the Covid restrictions.
Instead of medals, all of the runners received a home-baked cookie made by Becky Smith at the Arlebury Cafe and sponsored by Butler and Co Accountants.
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Now is the time to volunteer

The Rotary motto is “Service Above Self” and Alresford Rotary has lived up to it in a big way. Most recently we helped raise spirits in COVID times by organising a successful Christmas Song Contest, raising funds for needy organisations in the area. With the Rotary Computer Project, we helped to source over 70 computers and upgraded them for reuse by local schools for those families struggling in lockdown with homes schooling.

We meet at present  on Zoom during Monday evenings at 8 pm so that we can continue to plan our community activities, support international projects, and of course have fun too!
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