Spilsby Historic Market Town in Lincolnshire

Spilsby Rotary Club

Rotary Club of Spilsby Weekly meetings of the

Rotary Club of Spilsby

Rotary Club of Spilsby are on

Thursdays 7.15pm. (except following Bank Holidays)

at the Nelson Butt

President Peter Butler (on left)  ‘ handing over’  the Presidency of the Rotary Club of Spilsby, to new President, Michael Longmate.
The ceremony took place on Thursday 29th June 2017.
President Michael serves for 1 year.


Rotary is a worldwide organisation representing businesses and occupations. Its object is to serve the local and international community by using its individual members’ skills. It also provides finance for many projects like Polioplus, eye operations, and water boreholes abroad as well as focusing on local needs. There are also international education schemes.

Rotary in Spilsby meets on Thursday evenings 7.00 for 7.30 p.m. We have a meal and often a speaker. Sometimes we hold outside functions and ladies nights. We tend to be fairly light hearted and fun is something we believe in.


Rotary International is a global network of service volunteers. It is the world's largest service organisation for business and professional people, with some 1,180,000 members operating in 166 countries world-wide.

There are some 58,000 Rotarians in Great Britain and Ireland in 1,845 clubs, helping those in need and working towards world understanding and peace. Its a fulfilling role, and Rotarians can get involved as much or as little as their time will allow.

But there is much more. Clubs meet on a regular basis, which allows members to build firm friendships. Every Rotarian has a right to attend any Club meeting anywhere in the world, so there is always somewhere to go, and people to meet, wherever business or leisure travel may take you.

Various Clubs have different emphases, which can reflect differences in size. A small market town may have a Club of perhaps 20 members, whereas in large centres the number can be closer to 100. Some concentrate on local community or vocational projects. Others link up with a sister club in another country to undertake an international project. Each Club decides how it wants to use the resources it has available.

Rotary Club of Skegness