Welcome to our website

The Rotary Club of the Conwy Valley was chartered (officially formed) on the 16th October 1946 which makes us 78 years old this year.  We were formerly known as the Rotary Club of Llanrwst and Trefriw and have supported the local communities and individuals in the Conwy Valley since we were founded.

We are a mixed dynamic club of 13 members who dedicate our spare time and energies to helping the community where we live and work in the Conwy Valley area of North Wales.  Although it can be hard work arranging some of our events and collecting funds for local and international good causes, we have fun doing so and also enjoy networking both within the club and with members of other local Rotary clubs.

As you can imagine, with only 13 members we are always looking for help with our events (you don’t have to be a member to help), and even new members.  We have also launched an “associate membership” scheme – please contact us for more details.

We meet at the Maenan Abbey Hotel on the first and third Monday of every month (or the following Tuesday if the Monday is a Bank Holiday) from 6:30 pm onward and enjoy a meal (1st Mondays) and a chat (all meetings) about our upcoming plans.  The details of our meetings are at the bottom of this page and the list of meetings is on the upcoming calendar elsewhere on this page or the club calendar on the menu at the top of the page.  In the meantime why not read our webmaster’ welcome message?

Why not contact us and come along to a meeting?  You will be given a warm welcome and, who knows, may even enjoy yourself!


Conwy Valley Rotary Club in partnership with Golygfa Gwydyr closed its temporary Foodbank at the end of June 2021. The temporary Foodbank  operated to support the Rural Conwy Valley Communities between March 2020 and the end of June 2021 following the operational difficulties experienced at the Conwy Foodbank around the time of the first lockdown.

The Conwy Foodbank as of 1st July 2021 took overall responsibility for Foodbank requests for the Rural Conwy Valley Communities and will continue to provide support to those in need, through liaising with the various carers, social workers, and family centres.


“Today I’m going to make a difference”.
I’m not rich so I give what I can my time and just to be part of a group of guys and girls that do so much for the Valley without thinking of themselves gives me a sense of achievement.
So today when I’m standing in a field, wet and cold you’ll know why I’m there ….. ” I’m making a difference”

A quote from one of our members