The Rotary Club of Faversham is one of 34,000 clubs worldwide in more than 200 countries and geographical regions. Rotary’s 1.25 million members share the common objectives of fostering high moral standards in business and the professions whilst, at the same time, initiating and supporting community service projects locally, nationally and internationally.

Rotary is also about fellowship. The regular weekly meetings held by the Rotary Club of Faversham provide an opportunity for members to enjoy each other’s company and to develop social relationships. Speakers are regularly invited to introduce a topic of interest for the members and provide the opportunity for lively discussions. We also have a vibrant programme of social and service projects, events and activities, such as...



Cottage Hospital

Faversham Christmas Lights

1st Faversham Scout Group

Xmas Lunch for the elderly


Bat and Trap Competition


Wine Tasting

Visits to foreign clubs

Car Rally


Literacy Box

Water Aid


Polio Eradication

Lend With Care

Join Rotary

If you are interested in joining our club we will be delighted to discuss membership with you. Our club is non-sectarian and non-political, men and women of any age, race and physical ability are welcome. Please contact us if you would like to visit our Club or would like further information.

Club Meetings

Like most Rotary Clubs, we meet once a week. For further details about our meeting venue, when we meet and how to find us, please click on the button below.


Literacy Box Project

Posted by: Miles Lemon - Mon, 26/09/2016 - 9:55am

Following an assembly that Sue Hoey and Rev Tracey Bateson made at Ospringe Primary School about Literacy Boxes the children were keen to respond and link with a school in Zambia.  Children  wrote stories and sent drawings about their lives in Faversham and hope that the children in the Zambian school will be able to reply when the literacy box arrives in Zambia in December. Faversham Rotary Club donated £650 for 2 literacy boxes, in part raised from a wine tasting evening delivered with great charm by Master of Wine Clive Barlow. Ospringe Primary School raised a further sum from the frund raising efforts of the children, for which Ian Parker, the Chair of Literacy Boxes, sent this certificate.



Posted by: Miles Lemon - Tue, 20/09/2016 - 4:39pm

Ticket sales are going well.  Our stand on the Market on the 16th September sold over £180 worth of tickets.  Look out for our next stand on the 15th October.

Grand Prize Draw in support of the Friends of Faversham Cottage Hospital

Posted by: Miles Lemon - Fri, 16/09/2016 - 8:41pm

We are running a Grand Prize Draw in support of the Friends of Faversham Cottage Hosptial.  

1st Prize : Hot Air Balloon Ride for 4

2nd Prize:  Red Sails Restaurant Tasting Menu for 2

3rd Prize:  Eastwell Manor 3 Course Lunch for 2

4th Prize:  Phoenix Tavern Sunday Lunch for 2

5th Prize:  Macknade £30 voucher

The draw will take place on the 31st October 2016.    

Tickets are £1 each and are on sale from our stand in the Market Place on Sunday 18th September and Saturday 15th October. They are also available from the Phoenix Tavern in Abbey Street. the Alma at Painters Forstal and Antoniou Hair and Beauty Salon in Preston Street  - or from any of the Club members at any time of day or night!

Faversham Nautical Festival 23rd - 24th July

Posted by: Miles Lemon - Thu, 04/08/2016 - 10:33am

This year’s Festival was bigger and better than ever, helped by glorious warm sunshine on both days which encouraged large numbers of people to visit Faversham Creek.

The event was sponsored by Faversham Rotary Club, in association with the Brents Community Association and Faversham Creek Trust.

There were many beautiful traditional vessels moored in the upper regions of the Creek, including Thames sailing barges, Dutch barges, tugs, smacks and other smaller boats. Several vessels were “dressed overall” which added lots of colour to the scene.

On Town Quay there were exhibitions and information stalls, a beer tent and barbecue, and the music stage where live music was played on both days.

On the Front Brents, on the opposite side of the Creek, there were several stalls where local artists displayed and sold their work. A variety of food and drink stalls were also set up on the green, there was a bouncy castle for the children, and ice creams of course.

Thanks to everyone who worked so hard to make this year’s Nautical Festival such a success.

Visit from Helen Whately MP

Posted by: David Kirsch-Mills - Tue, 02/08/2016 - 10:29am

Our guest speaker at last night's meeting (1st August) was the MP for Faversham and Mid-Kent, Helen Whately. The evening was very well attended with member's partners joining us. Helen became an MP at the last General Election and entertained us with her experiences as a new Member of Parliament and then took questions from the audience.

Helen is pictured with President Duncan Holliday (right) and Rotarian Martyn Reeves.