Remembrance 2019

President Vic together with members of the Club, partners and friends and members of Inner Wheel met at Naylors Row in Wellington to be part of the Remembrance Parade.  Joining with members of the services,civic digniaties and youth groups the parade followed Wellington Town Band down New Street across the Square and into All Saints Churchyard.

RYLA 2019

Tabitha Byne spoke to Club members about her week at Kibblestone where she was our RYLA nominee.  Tabitha spoke eloquently about all the activities she was involved in and explained how the week had changed her outlook and attitude to life.

Jacob Chandler - Sculptor 2019

The Club once again welcomed Jacob Chandler a young sculptor intent on following his dream. Everyone was enthralled by Jacob's talk which focussed on the installation of his 3meter high sculpture at Telford Town Centre's new fashion area.

Charity film Night 2019

The Rotary Club of Wellington’s Annual Charity Film Night took place on Tuesday 29th October at the Charlton School in Wellington.
Organised by Rotarians Sophie Yates and Jim Tranter the film chosen was ‘Fisherman’s Friends’. The audience were also shown a short film about the work of Home-Start.


Members of the Club met this morning at Foden's solicitors to collect boxes of Remembrance Day Poppies for distribution around Telford.

The group of Rotarians and friends led by Sophie Yates took boxes of poppies to schools, pubs and supermarkets in preparation for this year's Remembrance events.

Bursary Awards and Mayor's visit

August 30th the Mayor of Wellington Town Antony Lowe made special visit to the club.   He spoke with great passion about the work being done to regenerate the town by attracting new business and generally making the place look better.  He is looking forward to hosting a panel of judges  for a national competition of regenerating towns.

Following the vote  thanks President Vic presented our Higher Education Award winners with their cheques each of £600.00 with which they have purchased IT equipment to help them in their studies.

August Food Bank Contributions

Richard Studd reports
"Today’s collection weighed in at 180kg plus £65 cash. That means the two August collections totalled 300kg and £160. I think that’s fantastic.
 Well done to all our members. As ever, the people at the foodbank were over the moon."
President Vic adds his congratulations epecially to Richard and Geoff who made the deliveries.

Don leaves for a new home

On 16th August the club with members of our Inner Wheel, partners and members from The Wrekin, and Telford Centre Clubs and visiting golf companions said a farewell to Don Woolford.  David Sear thanked Don for his perseverance in creating and nursing Telford Centre Club into the strong force it is today. 

Wellington B continue to Croquet Final


Sports Officer Rob reports


Well played. Cannock or Sedgley and Wombourne in the final.

Probably later in August or first half of September.

In the meantime keep practicing, have a holiday and best wishes.

The scores were 7-1 7-2 5-7 2-7 7-6 and 7-5 which was a 4-2 win

Support for MS

Susan Husband newly inducted Rotarian from the Wolverhampton and our Sophie's mum gave the club an insight to the support available for suffers of MS available at the Wolverhampton MS Therapy Centre.    She explained that although not yet approved by NICE breathing oxygen in a compression chamber has been found to be of great beneicialeffects not only for MS but other cnditions as well.  Past President Peter Williams gave the vote of thanks and President Vic sent our warm greetings to Wolverhamton.