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The Rotary Club of Hatfield
is based in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England
We meet Wednesdays at The Mercure Oak Hotel in Hatfield - details on Our Club page
. . . and We’d welcome Your participation in Our Club, Our Activities and Our Events, in order that We may benefit Our and Your Communities.
People of Action
At Our Herts, Beds and Bucks District Assembly on 20 May, Hatfield Rotarian Frank Taylor was pleasantly surprised with a Meritorious Service award from Rotary International, Our parent body based in the USA.
District Governor Chalmers Cursley presented the Certificate, which celebrates Frank's years as Our International Convener, and as the guiding light of Our Palliative Care Programme in Soweto, South Africa.
In October 2016, another 97 Syringe drivers (worth maybe £10000) went to SA.
For several years We’ve been involved in sending
to South Africa for use with terminally-ill patients.
Click below for the latest on our PALLIATIVE CARE Project in SA
Through Rotary International, Rotary Clubs like Ours have been financing and supporting Polio Vaccinations in India since the 1980s, latterly with the support of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. 100s of millions of dollars later, India has been free of Polio for 3 years. Unfortunately there has recently been a small outbreak in Nigeria so the Rotary's work continues . . .
with the campaign.
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Hatfield may be a small town but has a big place in history – not just in Britain but around the world. Founded before the Norman Conquest in 1066, Hatfield has played an important part in Tudor, Victorian, and aviation history.
The Rotary Club of Hatfield is No. 19249 of over 32 000 Rotary Clubs
with 1.2 million members in 60 countries around the World.
It is one of about 1850 Clubs with over 50 000 members in Britain and Ireland,
and one of the 55 Clubs in Rotary District 1260, which covers the English
counties of Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire.
Click here for the latest news of Our International
Palliative Care Project in Soweto, South Africa