Window display

The Rotary Clubs of Ironbridge, Telford Centre, Wellington & The Wrekin who run the Telford Tree of Light have been offered a display space at the Telford Town Centre.  This is now in place and can be seen in the window shop which previously housed boots Opticians.  We will have access to this space for 43 days.

Bowled Over!

Bowls Captain Venn Davies writes:

On Tuesday, 23rd May at The Bowring Park, Wellington a mighty struggle took place when we played Probus at Crown Green Bowls. This year, instead of heavy rain, we enjoyed brilliant sunshine. Very enjoyable too was the friendly way in which our Probus friends hosted us and whose partners very kindly provided us all with tasty refreshments.

Croquet win for second team

The team of Jim Tranter, Paul Rhodes, Scott Walker, Norman Quin, Geoff Ward and David Tomkinson played against Wolverhampton St Georges on what was a beautiful Springtime night. Many thanks to Scott and Josie  Walker for hosting the match.

Croquet Round 1 Victory

Rob Evans is pleased to report that on a sunny but bitterly cold evening in Whitchurch the first croquet match of the season resulted in a victory for Wellington by 4 games to 2.

A second round match is to be played by 30 June and our opponents will be either Leek or Stafford Knot.

Film Night 2017

Over 100 Rotarians and guests enjoyed 'A United Kindom' at Wrekin College Centenary Hall, presented by Flics in the Sticks.   Over £1,800 was raised to suppoet the work of the KIP project (helping the homeless in Telford) and the club's own project Treadmill4PRH ( to supply a treadmill for use of patients at the PRH)

 Organiser Peter Llewellyn with the programme desined by Telford Repro.


Sportsman's Night 23rd March 2017

President John with Graham Thorpe and Paul Boardman at the end of an entertainin evening which raised over £5,000 for Rotary Charities and the Harry Johnson Trust.

The evening include a raffle and standup bingo, with Mike being supervised by Jim

Other pictures show our members and guests enjoying the evening.


The Club's snooker team played in the District 1210 final at the Sir John Bayley Club on 13th March and achieved a great victory.  

Team captain Keith Mainwaring said, "I have no doubt that the practice games we had at Jim Udale's played an important part in our continued success throughout all the rounds and which paid dividends in winning the final."