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 […]
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.
On Sunday 2nd July The Cowley Road Carnival was in full swing, and Rotary made its presence felt at the street festivities.
This Year’s Winner of the President’s Star Award is our Speaker organiser and membership officer, Graham Rayner.
On the 28th of February, we were very lucky to have Peter Burton come along to talk to us about the Aeronautical History of Oxfordshire. It was a lively meeting with a lot of discussions.
On the 16th of December we commenced our yearly night of carol singing around venues around Woodstock in aid of a chosen charity.
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.