The Rotary Club of Oxford Spires has done so much over our 17 years for the community locally and globally from organising the World Pooh Sticks Championships to Food Banks, Helping Oxfordshire Association for the Blind with decorating and supporting international project’s as well as hosting our Rotary Scholars and having our curry stand at […]
This Christmas the Rotary clubs of Oxford Spires and Abingdon are holding a Jingle Bell Jog where you can do 2k or 5k by either running, walking or cycling in fancy dress for OK Our Kids. https://www.okourkids.org.uk/about-ok-our-kids/ The event runs from the 18th of December to 19th of January You can do it anywhere […]
One of the traditions that stem from before Oxford Spires was founded in 2003 is the annual Carol Singing around Woodstock in aid of the president of that year’s chosen charity. It was originally started in 1995 by Oxford Rotaract and carried on by the founding members of Oxford Spires who came from Oxford Rotaract […]
Our Christmas party is always without fail, great fun and on the evening of Friday the 13th December, we all found ourselves along with our friends from St Michaels Choir who helped us with one of our big events last Rotary year ensconced in the wonderfully warm and cosy atmosphere of The Plough Inn at […]
One of the wonderful things about being in Rotary is the way we come together to help members of our wider community. In this case, it was the Oxford Winter Night Shelter. We came up with the idea of a Christmas cafe and to hold it in the venue where we normally meet. We sold […]
On Saturday the 14th our Rotary district held its Christmas Celebration at Douai Abbey. This is held every year across the Thames Valley by each year’s district governor in their area. It is also used to raise money for their charities which in the case of our District Governor Frank Quinn it is End […]
After many months of having club meetings in a temporary location, Oxford Spires Rotary has a new permanent location!
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.
Raja sent his clubs greetings, and exchanged a pennant for a Purple 4 Polio pen, notelets and Oxford Spires Rotary Club 2017 review! His club is in District 317. They had a RYLA event last year – training sessions and competitions. Also, they have vocational training for school drop-outs. He suggested we might work on […]
Tonights speaker was Julia Viebach, who currently has an exhibition at the Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford on the Rwandan Genocide of 1994.