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.
On such a beautiful sunny day in Witney on Sunday 5th June the World Poohsticks Championships took place and everybody had a fantastic time. The rivalry between the players in both the Team and Individual events was fierce, but in the end the Rotary Club of Oxford Spires managed to […]
On Saturday 23rd April we hosted a casino night, in partnership with the Oxford Rotaract Club. All toy money, but prizes for the winners, lots of fun, dinner and a cash bar. We were raising funds for Restore and Oxfordshire Mind – the two charities chosen for the year by […]
Club members and friends celebrated in purple style with a dinner to raise funds for Rotary’s Polio Campaign on World Polio Day, Saturday 24th October 2015. Purple hair, purple toes, purple finger nails, purple clothes, purple flowers, purple wine glasses, purple napkins, purple decorations and even a purple quiz – […]
Naomi is an active member of the Aylesbury Canal Society and she was one of the lead organisers for the society’s Open Day on 19th September, to celebrate the new canal basin and society’s building. She invited our club along to run the bbq and to provide some games for […]