HISTORY OF KIDSGROVE ROTARY CLUB
Founded on 15 January 1969 and presented with its charter on 2 July the same year, the Rotary Club of Kidsgrove (RCK) has been active within the community whether fundraising, volunteering or helping out local projects for over 40 years. The club is also part of District 1210 within Rotary International in Britain and Ireland.
Originally meeting in the Masonic Hall and Institute in the town, the group now gets together at the Bleeding Wolf, Scholar Green.
During November RCK hold a bonfire night and fireworks at Clough Hall Park and during December they can be seen on the streets of Kidsgrove with their Santa float, collecting for local good causes.
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IN THE NEWS
President of Kidsgrove Rotary John Howe MBE talks to 6 Towns Radio presenter Philip Anderson Nov 2011
Kidsgrove Rotary Meets Gill Porter from the NSCA Jan 2012
Philip Anderson interviews Kidsgrove Rotary Social Media Officer Clive Burrell May 2012
The Rotary Club of Kidsgrove Snooker Champs 2011-12 Oct 2012 L to R Mick Salt, Peter Machin, John Howe MBE, Fred Higginbottom, Bert Maxfield, Rex Turner & Dave Leese
Kidsgrove Rotary Club Matt Ford from Young at Heart Father Hudsons Care Dec 2016
Kidsgrove Rotary with their second trophy of the year for winning the Rotary 1210 District