Rotary Club of St Neots St Mary’s

Rotary (RIBI) Club Number 1576,District 1070

Meetings are held on Tuesday evenings (except following a Bank Holiday) – 7.30pm for dinner at 8pm at:

St Neots Golf Club
Crosshall Road
PE19 7GE

Tel No: (01480) 472363

If you are interested in attending a meeting, please contact the Club Secretary:

Keith Sawbridge -Tel No: 07891 343811 E-mail:



President Handover Mick Marks MBE to Vijay Patel

Club President Vijay Patel took over the reins from Mick Marks MBE at the start of the Rotary Year on July 5th.

Vijay is looking forward to his year in office and will be supporting a number of charities but principally Life Education in Cambridgeshire, and is hoping that this year’s fund raising efforts will be as successful as last year’s.




Vijay also appointed Glynn Osborne as President Elect  and William Waters as President Nominee




Young Writer National Winner

Young Writer National Winner


Presentation of Paul Harris Fellow Awards

The Club were proud to recognise the unfailing commitment, dedication and service above self by Rtn Craig Edwards with the Paul Harris Fellow Award. The club also recognised the amazing charity work of Di and Dave Jarvis making them both Paul Harris Fellows.

Craig 2 Dave & Di



At the Club’s recent 30th Anniversary Charter Dinner President Mick Marks MBE welcomed 78 members and guests including 24 Past Presidents and 9 Founder Members of the Club. All present were entertained by Rugby Premier League referee Darren Gamage who had been officiating at some of the recent Rugby World Cup matches.

During the evening Past President Ian Taylor was honoured with the award of a Paul Harris Fellowship by District Governor Geoff Blurton for his organisation of the ‘Children of Courage’ awards earlier in the year and for his outstanding contribution to the Club over the last 10 years.



Past Presidents with President Mick Marks MBE


Ian Taylor with DG Geoff Blurton and President Mick Marks MBE and the Paul Harris Fellowship Award



The Club’s 27th Annual Sportsman’s Night was again supported in large numbers by local businesses and friends of the Club and once again proved to be a tremendous success with just over £10,000 being raised for the Club’s Charity account. The event has now raised over £200,000 since first being held in 1990. Main speaker Mark Lawrenson former Liverpool and Northern Ireland international footballer kept the audience entertained with tremendous support from comedian Josh Daniels.

Sportsmans Night 2016 - 1

President Mick Marks with Mark Lawrenson