Aylesbury Hundreds is a well-established club of local people who want to contribute to their community and to aid those less fortunate around the world. We do this in three ways – by raising funds for different charities, through our projects locally and by practical assistance.
Rotary was found over 100 years ago but our club was formed in 1990. We are based in Aylesbury but many of our members are from the towns and villages around Aylesbury.
Our approach to everything we do is friendly and relaxed but with a purpose, everything is voluntary and nothing is mandatory. We are all dedicated to help others and we like to have fun in our work and our social activities.
The varied and active programme allows all members to take part as well as their family and friends.
Regular meetings are held on Monday evenings (except bank holidays) at 7.15 for 7.30 pm unless otherwise stated in our programme. If you would like to attend any of our meetings you are very welcome but please contact us first. The meetings are held at:
Foxhill Indoor Bowls Club
The Foxhill Indoor Bowls Club is situated in a sports complex on the south east side of Aylesbury on the A413 Aylesbury to Wendover road. The entrance to the complex is on the left-hand side coming from Aylesbury shortly after the junction with Wendover Way. The Bowls Club is at the far end of the car park. (NB Unfortunately the Google map shows the position incorrectly but you can see the Bowls Club building – square with a white roof, to the south east.)
Attendance at regular meetings for members, their guests and Rotarians visiting from other clubs costs £10.00 per meeting, which includes a two course dinner and coffee/tea. A vegetarian option is available by prior arrangement. We do not ask visitors who are finding out about us to contribute towards these costs for their first two visits.
There is cash bar where you can purchase drinks at very reasonable prices.
We do not have a dress code – lounge suits, jacket with or without tie, and smart casual are equally acceptable.
We also meet socially on numerous occasions over the year and enjoy a good deal of fellowship. This ranges from our Monday club night at our regular meeting place or at an alternative venue, to day trips or weekend events. The more serious side of our activities including fund raising activities take place either on a Club night or at other times.