Pictures from Events taken throughout 2020

Young Musician

Despite storm Ciara raging outside, seven young musicians performed superbly for three judges and an audience of more than 30 in the first round of the Rotary Young Musician Competition. The competitors comprised three pianists, one violinist and three singers. Prize certificates were awarded by Sarah Shears, our President last year and the Loddon Vale President Terry Denby. The winners and runners-up will compete in the Thames Valley Rotary District competition on 1st March at St. Joseph's College.


We have helped to establish a  RotaKids Club named "Greenways" at Winnersh Primary school. The 25 children in the club chose the name and want to make a difference in their community. The Me2 Club is their selected charity and they have decided on a fundraising event which will be a sponsored story-telling session after school with hot chocolate. The photo shows Rotary President Pat Holloway with the RotaKids President, Freya and her team (Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer as well as two deputies).

Bridge Drive

On 24th January 15 teams of four players competed in a Bridge Drive which we organised. The event raised over £750 for our charity fund which will help many different people in our community.

ASDA Information Event

On Saturday 11th January, with two other Reading Rotary Clubs and the new Club of Reading Thames, we ran an information event at ASDA in Earley with the aim of inspiring people to work alongside Rotary and be motivated and enthused to give something back to the community. If you were unable to attend but are interested in finding out what we do, use the Contact Us link and we will get back to you.