Bentley Rotary’s frighteningly good fundraiser


The Rotary Club of Bentley Cheshire – the world’s first, and only, corporate Rotary group – is preparing for its freakiest fundraiser to date – a Halloween Ball at Rookery Hall in Nantwich on 26th October.

Since establishing in May 2017, the club has welcomed a founding membership of 24 Rotarians who hold weekly meetings, rotating between a location at the Bentley Motors factory in Crewe and off site in a less formal setting every other week.

The Rotary Club of Bentley Cheshire was formed in 2016 as a satellite club of the Crewe and Nantwich Weaver club, and then became an independent club when it received its official Rotary charter.

This October, the Bentley Rotarians will be holding their Halloween Ball, and all proceeds from the event will be donated to Macmillan Cancer Support and the cancer unit at Leighton Hospital in Crewe.

The event is open to all, and tickets are priced at £50 per person or £500 for a table of ten.

The dress code is either black tie or optionally Halloween fancy dress – there will be a prize on the night for best costume, so guests are invited to get creative!

The Halloween Ball will include a Champagne reception, a three-course meal as well as coffee and mints to finish… plus some eerie entertainment and a devilish DJ!

Find out more, if you dare, by calling the ticket hotline on: 07714 255 173.

You can also visit the Bentley Rotary website, at: