Welcome to Bristol Breakfast Rotary Club
Bristol Breakfast Rotary Club was established over 30 years ago. We have around 50 members who are actively engaged in making a difference. Our club motto is to ‘Step Forward and Give Back’. Through the enthusiasm, vigour and good humour of our members, the Club provides a focus for informative weekly meetings, charity fundraising, service activities to support those in need, and a wide range of social events, thereby creating […]
The club visit was planned as part sight seeing and part Rotary work, to build on existing links with Rotary Pokhara Fishtail.
We found Nepal a beautiful and fascinating country that is faced with many challenges, particularly following the 2015 earthquake.
Objectives on Our Trip to Nepal
One of the objectives of the visit to Nepal was to seek advice and guidance regarding the appropriate vocational training element of our Vocational Training programme. To this end we met […]
The Digital Divide: Accounting for Inequality During Lockdown
In March last year, the UK government announced a national lockdown in response to the coronavirus pandemic. All normal daily activities disrupted, education of a whole generation of young people interrupted.
When schools closed and in-person instruction for most children ceased, schools turned to educational technology. Although the use of digital technology is an intrinsic part of teaching and learning, delivering online lessons to children remotely is not.
Teachers suddenly […]
With the Corona Virus pandemic forcing the decision to work and study from home, many children residing in impoverished areas of Bristol don’t have enough devices to study at home.
Looking to Donate?
Cash, bank transfer, and other monetary donations will go toward the purchase of Amazon tablets or Chromebooks. Please visit our Donation Page for detials.
Any laptops or tablets that work and have power leads are very welcome as well. They can be dropped off at Dr. Alan Rogan’s residence in Clifton – please […]
One of the long-standing goals of Rotary clubs around the world has been to eradicate polio. Rotary spearheaded the campaign in 1985, at a time when there were more than one thousand new polio cases a day in 125 countries, paralysing and even killing children.