We are fortunate to live in and around the beautiful town of Romsey – small enough to have a village feel and to have a real sense of community.

Through our Community Service we try to enhance that sense of community and do it in many ways. Here are some of them

  • Reminiscences of Romsey in March provides an afternoon of entertainment and companionship for around 200 of Romsey’s oldest citizens.
  • Know Your Blood Pressure Day in April invites Saturday shoppers to have their blood pressure measured. In conjunction with the Stroke Association and local health professionals we identify people with high blood pressure and encourage them to see their GP.
  • The Mayors’ Picnic in the Memorial Park in July is a free “village fete” for all ages and features the Rotary Duck Race
  • We are able to make donations at short notice to individuals and local charities to meet urgent need.
  • We have enhanced our environment in number of ways
    • by putting information boards along the barge canal
    •  by helping to put a stair lift in the Town Hall
    • the Club’s Millennium project built the entrance canopy at Romsey hospital
  • Each year in Romsey we run Tell us your Wish when we ask the people of Romsey for their ideas of how we might help to improve other people’s lives.