Banstead Rotary Club has raised hundreds of thousands of pounds over the years for charity, without our members taking a penny for ourselves. We give back to the community, both local and international - and we'd love to have you along.


​We support and work in partnership with a wide range of charities and projects at a local and national level. By combining our skills, time and resources, we are able to successfully deliver local and national campaigns which have a positive impact in our communities.


We're preparing a variety of community service and fund-raising projects.


Rotary gives everything to charity and we are careful to see that the money we raise goes to the people who need it. The money from our Christmas collections goes to local charities, and we also do fundraising for the third world throughout the year e.g. sending Shelter Boxes to places like the Philippines after disasters, so peoples’ lives will be changed for the better. If you want to give money to charity you can be sure if you do it via Rotary none of the money goes into members’ pockets and we pass every penny raised to local charities. We try to ensure that the money gets to people who really need it!





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If you use Amazon, please consider following the link below to set up Smile Amazon which will donate 0.5% of your purchases to Rotary Club of Banstead Trust Fund.  Select Rotary Club of Banstead as your chosen charity and always start you Amazon through Smile Amazon.  It is the same Amazon site but with a donation being made. Please let you friends have the link and we should soon begin to benefit.



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Get Moving to End Polio is a new fundraising activity to support Rotary’s Purple4Polio campaign to end polio now and forever. The border between the last two polio-endemic countries, Pakistan and Afghanistan, is ‘more than 1,240 miles’, so we have focused the figure around our latest campaign.

The idea is simple. Host an event incorporating the number 1,240 whilst raising funds to eradicate polio.


Click on the left for more information. 

Sunday, February 16, 2020

On Tuesday 26th November the Rotary Youth Debates were held at Aberdour School. Sutton Grammar School were the first to speak, debating that Climate Change is Fake News, arguing for and against this. Then a team from Aberdour spoke about National Service should replace...

Friday, February 14, 2020

On Wednesday 20th November the Rotary Club of Banstead held the Young Chef Competition at the Beacon School. This year there were seven competitors and the standard was high as usual. The teacher in charge was Mrs. R. Wellburn. The winning meal was cooked by Georgia Ru...

Saturday, January 18, 2020

The Rotary Club of Banstead  visited seven local schools in Banstead, Tattenhams & Nork to celebrate the upcoming Christmas festivities with the children. They donated a Christmas tree to each school and Past President Ian and Rotarian Paul are photographed with pupils...

Sunday, December 8, 2019

Thursday 28 November 2019, 5.00pm-8.00pm, High Street, Banstead, SM7

Banstead Rotary and Banstead Residents joined members of the Banstead Guild for the Banstead Christmas Community Event with street entertainers, shopping offers, kids’ games and a very special appeara...

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

After weeks of rainy days and two cancellations the now annual event of Banstead crocus planting finally went ahead.

This is arranged and sponsored by Banstead Rotary as part of their Purple for Polio campaign, which has been set up to raise funds for eradicating this...

Friday, November 15, 2019

On Sunday 10th November  President John continued the established tradition of the Rotary Club of Banstead  by participating in the Act of Remembrance at Banstead Village.

The Service was held in the open air and lead by the Revd. Maria Pallas, Vicar of the parish...

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Macular Society Banstead Support Group - Banstead Macular Group, has been in existence for about thirty years and its aim is to help/support those members suffering age-related, macular degeneration, i.e. central vision loss, rarely totally blind as a consequence, but some very badly disabled people.

Banstead Macular Group is seeking VOLUNTEERS to support members that have lost independence and may suffer with hallucinations. The support given includes reading, driving & companionship, Speakers and entertainers,  and, the aim is to counter loneliness.

The Group meets monthly on the third Monday morning in the month.

Twice a year the Group have Outings, and in addition other treats.

If you want to get in touch with Banstead Macular Group please call 02087700854 or write an email to: peter.thompson11@btinternet.com

If you wish to contact Andover please email to Angela Jackson angela.j@macularsociety.org or call to 01264 350551

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