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Entered into the Youth Speaks Competition by the Club the Sixth Form College Team were place 2nd out of 7 entries.

Chairman-Ewan Forsyth, Speaker-Jack Pearce, Vote of Thanks-Tyra Wrobel being congratulated by DG Carol Reilly

There topic was  The Ethiopian Spice Girls


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Entered into the District Final as a result of being placed 1st and 2nd in their local event

 Co-operative Academy, Stoke

 Chairman-Bailey Meir-Cook, Speaker-Katie West, Vote of Thanks-Millie Pearson            

 There topic was  “The Butterfly Effect”

 Ormiston Meridian Academy, Stoke  

 Chairman-Jessica Deakin, Speaker-Aimee Stewart, Vote of Thanks-Emily Hughes

 There topic was  “Manners Maketh the Man”     

Stoke Rotary is committed, as part of Rotary International, to eradicate Polio


Stoke Rotary helping the Mercy Ships

Mercy Ships is an international faith-based organisation with a mission to increase access to health care throughout the world.



Who are the Rotary Club of Stoke-on-Trent ?

The club, made up of members from various business and professional vocations active within the City, has always worked to the aims and objectives of Rotary International whose motto is:


During the club's 80 plus years of existence, its members have continuously devoted their time and energy in promoting fellowship and service to the community and in raising funds for local, national and international charities.

We are a social and friendly club that meets each Monday evening (with the exception of Bank holidays) at the Quality Hotel, Trinity Street, Hanley, Stoke-on Trent.