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Welcome to District 1090

Rotaract District 1090 falls within an area which can be loosely described as the Thames Valley.  It covers the counties of Berkshire and Oxfordshire, and also takes in South Buckinghamshire, and the North-Western Part of Middlesex.

The River Thames bisects our District, flowing from west to east, and passes through historic towns such as Oxford, Henley, Marlow and Windsor.  Other major towns in our District include Reading, Slough, High Wycombe, Newbury, Banbury and Maidenhead.

At present there are 8 Rotaract Clubs in our district, including West Berkshire, Caversham & Reading, Maidenhead, Langley & Iver, High Wycombe, Burnham, Bourne End & Cookham and Wallingford. 

There are also 60 Rotary Clubs in district 1090 and over 2000 individual Rotarians, all working to improve the lives of people in the Thames Valley, the UK and overseas.

Rotaract District 1090 also forms one of the 29 districts that make up Rotaract in Great Britain & Ireland (RGBI).  RGBI is a multi-district information organisation and had been in existence since 1993.  The aim of RGBI is to disseminate information to all member districts and provide guidance on all matters of Rotaract.


Rotaract is an opportunity to... part of fun, dynamic and unique international organisation for people aged 18–30, offering a wide range of activities that will enable members to try something new, whilst having a great time and meeting others.

Rotaract offers a wide choice of social activities, actively supports the local community, raises money for charity and gives members the opportunity to develop personal skills and gain new life experiences in Great Britain & Ireland, and abroad.  A Rotaract club’s activities are decided by its members.