The Rotary Club of Faversham is one of 34,000 clubs worldwide in more than 200 countries and geographical regions. Rotary’s 1.25 million members share the common objectives of fostering high moral standards in business and the professions whilst, at the same time, initiating and supporting community service projects locally, nationally and internationally.

Rotary is also about fellowship. The regular weekly meetings held by the Rotary Club of Faversham provide an opportunity for members to enjoy each other’s company and to develop social relationships. Speakers are regularly invited to introduce a topic of interest for the members and provide the opportunity for lively discussions. We also have a vibrant programme of social and service projects, events and activities, such as...



Cottage Hospital

Faversham Christmas Lights

1st Faversham Scout Group

Xmas Lunch for the elderly


Bat and Trap Competition


Wine Tasting

Visits to foreign clubs

Car Rally


Literacy Box

Water Aid


Polio Eradication

Lend With Care

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If you are interested in joining our club we will be delighted to discuss membership with you. Our club is non-sectarian and non-political, men and women of any age, race and physical ability are welcome. Please contact us if you would like to visit our Club or would like further information.

Club Meetings

Like most Rotary Clubs, we meet once a week. For further details about our meeting venue, when we meet and how to find us, please click on the button below.


Carol Tour 2017

Posted by: David Kirsch-Mills - Tue, 05/12/2017 - 1:07pm

Father Christmas is coming and so is the Rotary Club Christmas Float, raising funds for local good causes and international projects.

Our Christmas float with Carols and Christms Cheer will be touring the streets of Faversham between Monday the 11th and Friday the 22nd December. We will also be outside Tesco during the day on Friday 15th, Saturday 16th and outside Macknade Farm Shop on Friday 22nd and Saturday 23rd.

Look (and listen) out for us and come and join in the Christmas Cheer as we tour the streets of Faversham between 6pm and 8pm…

Monday 11th - St Mary’s Rd, St John’s Rd, Park Rd, Westyprus, Edward Vinsen Drive.
Tuesday 12th – Kings Rd, Plantation Rd, Saxon Rd, Athelstan Rd, Upper ST. Ann's Rd, Ethelbert.
Wednesday 13th – Stonebridge Way, Beech Rd, Lower Rd, Lionfield.
Thursday 14th – Alexander Drive, Admiralty Way, The Lees, The Knole, Hazebrouck Rd.
Friday 15th – Abbey Fields, Millfield Rd, Whitstable Rd, Love Lane Estate.
Tuesday 19th – Kingsnorth Rd, Edith Rd, St. Catherine’s Drive, Preston Park.
Wednesday 20th – Preston Ave, Mackenade Rd, Bramley Ave, Hilton Close.
Thursday 21st – Wells Way, Churchill Way, Widish Rd, Hazebrouck Rd.
Friday 22nd – Priory Rd, Priory Row, North Preston, The Brents, Abbey St.


Posted by: Miles Lemon - Wed, 15/11/2017 - 11:12am

Our Rotary club is keen to extend life saving services to the community. Pictured here is our club president Ruth Carlisle being tutored on CPR methods by Rotarian Tony Mogridge and fellow First Responder Carol Lewis. Did you know the Rotary Club of Faversham has sponsored and placed 12 defibrillators around the town of Faversham? 


Posted by: Miles Lemon - Thu, 02/11/2017 - 10:13am

Faversham Rotary Club is 70 years old this year and to mark the anniversary there was a dinner at the Golf Club for 70 guests, including District Governor Carol Vizzard, club Presidents from Sittingbourne Milton and Herne Bay Rotary Clubs, together with past and present Rotarians and their partners. Christine Manser, President of Faversham Inner Wheel Club, also attended, as did many other friends.
A delicious three course meal was followed by a talk from club members. John Griffin had delved into the club archive to find out what was going on in the club in its early months and Michael Hoey talked about the popular films and music of the time.
Club President Ruth Carlisle spoke about some of the club's past, present and future activities - supporting individuals and groups, both locally and abroad. She concluded by saying that when Rotarians act together they can and do make a difference.


Posted by: Miles Lemon - Thu, 19/10/2017 - 10:57am

Rotary International are involved in helping young people develop and realise their leadership potential. This weekend 16 teenagers from Kent attended a RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards) at the Bowles Activity Centre. Problem solving, initiative exercises and team activities allowed the participants to "Push the Envelope" helping them develop teamwork and leadership skills. To find out more about Rotary and how it helps develop young people here is a useful link


Posted by: Miles Lemon - Tue, 10/10/2017 - 9:01am

Faversham Rotary supports Faversham Town Football Club, the Lilywhites, by providing fizz for the Man of the Match. President Ruth Carlisle and Past President Duncan Holliday recently went to a match at the club's ground at Salters Lane, but unfortunately they didn't bring any luck to the Lilywhites, who lost 1-0 on the day.