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Last Revised:
05 December 2018



President: Paul Newton
Secrtetary: David Josephs, 0754 7490809

2018-9 theme

    Cleadon and District Rotary Club meet every Monday evening at 7-15 for 7-30 p.m. at the Littlehaven Hotel, River Drive, South Shields. Except on bank Holidays or during the month of August when the Club is in recess.

    We are an active club and enjoy enjoy good fellowship and a hearty meal on Monday evenings.
    Meetings usually end at around 9-30 p.m.

    Our meetings usuallyconsist of  a talk  or other entertainment, followed by club business if appropriate.

    We have a “Special” guest speaker evening around mid month to which partners and guests are especially welcome.

    Visitors are requested to contact the Club Registrar, Mel Baker, on 0191 4553627 before  1-00 p.m. on the day of the     meeting wherever possible in order to ensure that adequate catering and seating arrangements are provided.

    Littlehaven Hotel

    The Club was founded by the Rotary Clubs of South Shields, Jarrow and Whitley.  We were chartered in February 1989.
    Our early officers were mainly ex-Round Tablers which has resulted in the club’s pleasantly relaxed and informal     atmosphere.t

    The Club fundraising activities raise thousands of pounds for local and international  good causes. 

    Sadly, following much discussion the Club decided for various reasons that November 2015 was the last time we held
    the Fireworks event. We are supporting the Dragon Boat Racing event in its place.

    Our Club supplies personalised Rotary name badges to clubs and individuals throughout the U.K..

    One of our Past Presidents, Peter Leech (Paul Harris Fellow) is the founder of R.E.Action in Rotary.
    Another Paul Harris Fellow is John Griffith whose efforts are mainly responsible for the Aquafilter Project, now Grifaid.


    Cleadon Village is a small residential community located about half way between South Shields and Sunderland on
    the Sunderland Road. It boasts two good pubs; the Cottage and the Britannia. It also has an Anglican and a Methodist    church. The Village celebrated its 8th. Centennial a few years ago.

    Cleadon Motto: Noli Irritare Leonim