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.



Posted by: Miles Lemon - Mon, 14/01/2019 - 3:45pm

On Thursday 13th December 80 local Senior Citizens came to lunch at the Alexander Centre where they were entertained to Christmas carols sung by Faversham singers and 37 young pupils from St Mary’s Primary School. Faversham Rotary members have maintained this tradition for some years and new member Clarissa Hanna offered to organise it for the first time.

As the guests arrived they were greeted personally and warmly by Rotary members and entered a well decorated room complete with helium balloons and festive tablecloths. Local musicians sang as the guests settled in and drank tea and biscuits and of course, the ubiquitous Quality Street chocolates.   Faversham’s Mayor Trevor Abrams came along with the Lady Mayoress. They and Rotary President Sue Hoey welcomed Mr Oz from Ossie’s Fish and Chip Shop who personally ensured the safe delivery of sufficient packages of freshly cooked Fish and chips to serve to the guests. The Mayor and his wife sat and ate alongside the senior citizens, chatting and joining in the carols sang beautifully by the schoolchildren. Afterwards the children handed out mince pies while Rotarians served glasses of sherry to the guests. Sue Hoey had earlier signed Christmas cards for each guest to take home with them. Some of the guests even got up to dance with the children.

Obviously we have to rely on the generosity of local business people like Ossie’s, and the generosity of Rotarians who donated items such as crackers, sherry and chocolates. Above all it was a team effort and without fellow Rotarians’ willingness to give freely of their time and goodwill, including volunteering to drive the minibus, it would not have been such a successful event. “ 


Posted by: Miles Lemon - Thu, 10/01/2019 - 11:07am

Now that the dust has settled after the Christmas and New Year festivities, it is great to be able to reveal that we collected a fantastic £4,275 from our door to door and static collections during the 2 weeks before Christmas.  Well done to all the collectors and many thanks for the people of Faversham for their generosity.  All the proceeds will be used to support local charities.

Switching on the Christmas Lights in Faversham

Posted by: Miles Lemon - Wed, 28/11/2018 - 10:34am

We were helping out at the Faversham Town Christmas lights switch on last Saturday afternoon. Amongst the helpers were (left to right), Sue Hoey Ruth Carlisle and Michael Hoey. 


Posted by: Miles Lemon - Tue, 23/10/2018 - 10:41am

Last night we had great pleasure in inducting Peter Meaney into the Club; he is the fourth new member this Roatary year.  Welcome Peter.


Posted by: Miles Lemon - Thu, 18/10/2018 - 11:49am

Our club has recently supported the good work of HiKent with a donation of £280. HiKent is a local registered charity providing services such as lipreading and sign language classes to the hard of hearing and deaf people. Receiving the cheque from Faversham Rotary Club President Sue Hoey is Alison Ellman-Brown of HiKent.