At its weekly meetings the club has a range of speakers presenting on topics of interest to members. These are of three main types:
1 Rotary activity related speakers. These include visiting Rotarians and Study Exchange groups from abroad, as well as District Officers informing the club of major activities such as The Rotary Foundation or the Rotary Campaign against Polio.
2 External speakers invited by the Club. These include representatives of charities and other organizations which may have been assisted by the club as well as speakers presenting on more general topics.
3 Club members. New members are asked to give an autobiographical talk to club members soon after joining. From time to time more senior members give similar talks.
In the first half of the Rotary year, speakers have included:
- Club member Katie Lees speaking on Interplast.
- Local winemaker, Alan Pankhurst.
- Paul and Alison Flint speaking on a recent journey to Bangladesh primarily undertaken by Alison as a part of her university studies Alison, (Paul's daughter) is studying to be a physiotherapist and as part of her final year she is required to spend time working on providing therapy to people with spinal injuries.
- Lynton Dixon, Robert Clarke and Rod Gardiner, giving autobiographical talks.