About Rotary district 1120
District 1120 is one of the larger Rotary Districts in the United Kingdom with 86 clubs and in excess of 2,500 members. Geographically District 1120 covers the counties of Kent, East Sussex and South East London, in the South East corner of England.
Rotary districts exist to help Rotary clubs excel. Districts connect clubs with each other and to resources from Rotary International. They also train club leaders and facilitate programs such as Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) and Rotary Youth Exchange to ensure that Rotarians get the most from their membership and shine as leaders in their communities.
The District is run by an Executive body made up of Rotarians from clubs within the District and led by an elected District Governor who serves one year in office.
About Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland
Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland is an organisation of more than 55,000 men and women who, as members of 1,850 clubs, volunteer their time, talents, professional skills and energy in improving the lives of people in their local communities and others around the world.
About this blog
This blog is managed by the Marketing and PR Committee of district 1120. Rotary district 1120 covers Kent, East Sussex and South East London.
The Rotary district 1120 Marketing and PR Committee reports to the District Governor Stewart Grainger, and is headed by Francis Hodge of RC Hailsham. The committee members are: Steve Root- RC Canterbury Sunrise, Randa Saab- RC Chatham, Brian Portway- RC Gravesend, David Kirsch-Mills- RC Faversham, Denis Spiller- RC Strood, Chris Brenchley- RC Eastbourne a.m, and Tony Cook- RC Sandwich