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Father Christmas begins his tour of Shepperton and Sunbury in the coming days. Not only will he be visiting the streets of our lovely community but he will also park his sleigh at some fixed locations.

To fine out where he will be just click on his notice board.

Merry Christmas one and all!

Donate via Text

With change in short supply these days you can now tap 11 letters and a number to my elves to donate to Shepperton Auroras Santa this year - it is that simple

Text - aurorasanta5
(to donate £5)
or add the figure you wish to donate (10 = £10)


Welcome to Shepperton Aurora Rotary Club!

Members of Aurora enjoying an evening darts competition at The Turks Head in Laleham. Although many of the darts went wayward, the fun filled evening was bang on target.

Supporting local good causes whenever we can


On Wednesday 17th November at our breakfast meeting at The Bridge Hotel, Shepperton Aurora donated much needed funds to both Fran Kendan who ran our local Laleham Park Marathon and we are now supporting her local skiff club. We also presented a cheque to Karen Davies of Dramatize one of our favourite local charities.

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Shepperton Aurora supporting the Impossible Dream

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Help us, join us, support us

We meet as a group of like-minded people once a week via Zoom with one aim –

to help others less fortunate than us and support good causes in the best way can.

We aim to raise sufficient money from our fundraising activities to be able to support a range of charities

and individuals primarily in the Shepperton and Sunbury areas.


In addition we offer the chance for individuals to develop new friendships through

our regular social functions, dinners, meetings and other events.

We are always keen to welcome new members to join in the fun

and the fundraising.


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Rotary began with a small group of like-minded individuals coming together in order to advance goodwill and peace around the world and to help provide humanitarian services by encouraging high ethical standards in all vocations.

They first met in 1905 and they 'rotated' round each others houses for meetings – hence the name.

There are now over 1.2 million members in over 200 countries.

Rotary's prime objective is to encourage and foster the

'ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise'.

The Rotary Four Way Test

Throughout all our undertakings, Rotarians follow these simple principles to make the world a better place for all

  • Is it the truth?

  • Is it fair to all concerned?

  • Will it be beneficial to all concerned?

  • Will it build goodwill and better friendships?

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please get in touch


We now meet for a breakfast meeting at Nauticalia Coffee Shop at Shepperton Lock on

the first and third Wednesday of each month at 7.15am. On the second and fourth Wednesday we meet via ZOOM in the evening at 6.30pm.

If there is a fifth week in the month we have a Saturday morning social from 9.30am also at Nauticalia Coffe Shop.

Please contact us if you wish to join us for any of the meetings.

Just fill in the email form below.

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This is where you'll find us

We meet online via ZOOM via invitation on the second and fourth Wednesday or
at Nauticalia Coffee Shop at 7.15am on the first and third Wednesday of each month.