On Tuesday members of Rotary Oxford Spires were given a taste of athletic inspiration as Paralympian Naomi Riches MBE shared her experience of rowing down the length of the River Thames.
This year proved to be the most memorable Truck Festival in recent memory. Though not necessarily for positive reasons. The members and friends of the Rotary Club of Oxford Spires set up the Dalicious food stand, readied the fryers, gas hobs and ingredients, and were ready for a busy weekend […]
A meeting of minds across the English Channel, members of the Rotary Club of Oxford Spires had the opportunity to join in a meeting with the Rotary E-Club of Bodensee via the Internet.
The 2017 World Pooh Sticks Championships will be held on Sunday 4th June at Langel Common in Witney, subject to council approvals.
It’s the new year, first meeting of the year, it’s a full house at the Oxford University Club, and in today’s meeting we have two guest speakers representing the cancer support charity Maggie’s.
What does one member of the club have to do with murder? Well today club member Carol gave us a presentation on how investigating her family tree revealed a fascinating story of murder.
At the last club meeting we learnt about one of our members, Michaela Holzem, and what she does outside the Rotary club. She gave us a presentation about her PhD Thesis that she is doing at Oxford Brookes University. Namely, the impact of developmental biology on our understanding of evolution […]
At this year’s Purple 4 Polio dinner party, we were joined by a shimmering purple pussycat to make a purple dinner party even more purple.
Notice anything different about us? We’ve turned a lovely shade of purple in preparation for Rotary’s World Polio Day on the 24th October 2016.
Today is a very special day in the world of Poohsticks and the Rotary Club of Oxford Spires. Today honorary member Winnie-The-Pooh turns 90 years old.