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We are always excited at this time of year as we get ready to announce the Santa's Sleigh Routes for the year Below is the outline start and finish points. Only a few years ago that is all that was published but now we will publish maps, daily routes (on Facebook) and an A-Z of roads. On the night we will have a Santa Tracker so you can follow our progress. Watch this space......


We have raised £1,650 and gave to Water Survival Box Ltd for the purchase of 11 Water Survival Boxes to be sent to Pakistan as part of Rotary’s relief effort.


We participated in the Eco Fair showcasing our environmental activities: promoting Young Environmentalist Competition and distributing Morsbags and Stop Food Waste Tips.


We have supported Ukrainian guests in Sutton with donations to the Sutton Council for the purchase of supermarket vouchers for the Ukrainian guests to help with the weekly Drop-In meetings (A total of £3,000)

For the Ukrainian Day celebrations we supported with £750 to help and fund educational needs.

We are also supporting the Moshchun Project in Ukraine which will provide temporary housing to people whose house were destroyed by war, while their own homes are being repaired. (£500)

Our thanks go to Alison Rouse who joined our Just Giving Campaign for Ukraine and raised £475

We are also one of the supporters of the Moldova School Toilets Project and our contribution has been recognised.

Our President’s BBQ raised £1,750 for Royal Marsden Cancer Charity Senior Adult Oncology Centre:

1 July

The Rotary year starts off today as world wide one team hands over to another.

Not only do we welcome Angeles as our new President, but also our worldwide President Jennifer Jones from Canada. She asks everyone to "Imagine Rotary" - so imagine what Rotary can do, what you can do for Rotary and what Rotary can do for you.

Rotary has driven the worldwide erradication of Polio and is really in that very tough last mile where the numbers are counted on two hands, but we mustn't stop.

1 June

We will be at the Sutton Manor Park Jubillee Fair in Manor Park Sutton on Friday - Come and see us there

26 May

This week until 5th June we are joining forces with Wallington Rotary at the inviation of Zippos Circus in collecting after selected performances in thier BIG TENT. We are collecting to support Ukrainian Refugees locally.

28 March

Cheam and Sutton Rotary would like to thank everyone who has donated to our appeal to support those fleeing the conflict in Ukraine.

To date we have raised in excess of £7000 which has been pooled with money raised by other clubs in our District to directly fund the efforts of Rotarians in Poland, Romania and Moldova to provide supplies and emergency accommodation to the refugees arriving from Ukraine, and to help The International Rotary Fellowship of Healthcare Professionals purchase urgently needed medical supplies.

Whilst many of you will have already given to one of the many charities helping refugees from this conflict, could we ask that if you are considering making a further donation could you consider making a donation to Rotary’s efforts by giving to our Just Giving Campaign

As well as continuing to support the efforts of Rotarians in the countries bordering Ukraine we will also be helping Ukrainian refugees as they arrive in the UK.

12 March

We now have a Justgiving Campaign to support our collections

10 March

We are collecting in Sutton Town Centre on Saturday 12th March in Aid of Ukraine - all funds will go directly via the Rotary Network very quickly to Rotary teams in surrounding countries to provise essential aid and support for Refugees.

12 February

Today we shall be in Yourspace Sutton with our Morsebags and more for their Valentines Fair

04 February 2022

Tonight we held our annual club quiz which was won by the team Telstar Reunited. This was mostly our satelite group who enjoy a coffee on alternate Saturday at Yourspace - Sutton in Seaars Park in Cheam whilst planning their next activity.

24 January

Tonight we gave away over £16000 from our Xmas collections - an amazing event and thanks to everyone in Cheam and Sutton that contributed.

03 January 2022

Happy New Year to all .

Cheam and Sutton Rotary traditionally meet on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month over a light meal from 7:30pm. Other activities may take place on some 4th or 5th Tuesdays of the month and may include get togethers, activities or special meals. Currently the meetings are held on Zoom and start at 8pm

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Social Media

Our Social Media channels are the place to go for frequent updates on what we do during the year. In the run up the Xmas our Santa's Sleigh pages gives daily or more updates of what we are doing and where. In 2020 this will be very different to previous years.

Rotary's Vision - "Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change — across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves."

About Cheam and Sutton Rotary

It is amazing what we can accomplish when hearts and minds work together. Rotary Clubs consist of members from different countries, cultures, and occupations and these leaders of society are taking action to enhance health, empower youth, promote peace, and advance their community, all round the world.

Our membership is made up of active, enthusiastic men and women of all ages and backgrounds who, by combining their skills and resources, make a real contribution to the lives of others both locally and internationally.

Cheam and Sutton Rotary is a part of Rotary International, a worldwide organisation founded over 110 years ago, based on the principles of friendship, service to the community and the promotion of peace and international understanding.

As a result of Cheam and Sutton Clubs deciding to merge in 2016, Cheam and Sutton Rotary is a new club with a long history. Sutton Rotary dates back to 1923 and gave birth to Cheam Rotary in 1955. Both clubs have supported many local charities over the years of their existence and they have now merged for a wider footprint in the community.

Rotary’s May Event takes place on the Bank Holiday Monday in late May. It is Sutton and Cheam's largest community event, though recent events have had to be cancelled due to COVID-19 .

During December, every year, our Santa Float brings seasonal cheer and joy to the streets of Cheam, Sutton and Worcester Park. Our Mulled Wine and Mince Pie Evenings are popular events and fundraisers during Cheam and Worcester Park’s Christmas Evenings

We also raise funds by collecting outside local supermarkets. We are grateful to Morrisons and Sainsbury’s in Sutton and North Cheam for giving us this opportunity, all of which have been donated to local charities.

If you would like to learn more about us or are interested in joining in, then please use the link to contact us. Come to one of our meetings to discover more.