Our club inherited the amazing Children Singing for Children event from the Bicester Rotary Club when it closed and a few of their members moved to Oxford Spires Rotary. Led by Lars this year, with seven schools taking part over two evenings, everyone had great fun and we raised funds […]
Five club members and three Rotary Scholars joined the members of Woodstock and Kidlington Rotary on Sunday 21st October to help out at the Blenheim Palace run. The palace grounds are frequently used for charity runs and although the lake is being drained at the moment, the grounds and views […]
On the 1st of July, we started the year off with a fantastic day at Cowley Road Carnival. There were 50,000 people expected and the sun was shining making it a very special day.
For those that enjoy a good old fashioned sing-along, the Musical Memories event was a marvelous night of musical talent.
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 […]
On Sunday 2nd July The Cowley Road Carnival was in full swing, and Rotary made its presence felt at the street festivities.
On the 16th of December we commenced our yearly night of carol singing around venues around Woodstock in aid of a chosen charity.
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.
The Oxfordshire-based mental health charity, Restore, has hosted another wonderful year of its Elder Stubbs Festival at the Elder Stubbs allotment. And once again, members of the Rotary Club of Oxford Spires volunteered their time at the event.
We were back to three days of serving onion bhajis and lentil dal and thanks to our amazing volunteers and our wonderful customers, we had sales of over £10,000.