KidsOut is a Rotary charity, started by Rotary and run by Rotary. Lady Grantchester of the Moore’s family and owners of Littlewoods, suggested to the Rotary Club in Kingston, where she lived, that they take disadvantaged children on a day out. She approached Rotarians Peter Jarvis and Graham Child about the idea. A deal was struck, and in 1990 the Kingston Rotary Club and Kingston Littlewoods store organised an outing for 200 children […]
Bristol Breakfast Club welcomes Cassie and Elaine
New member Cassie Grigg (third from left), who joined Bristol Breakfast Rotary Club today is pictured here with, from the left recent new member Elaine Milne, who gave an excellent talk about the use of Lego clubs in schools to build confidence outside the classroom, Doug Karson, also a fairly recent new member, who ran Bristol’s first “Art Live” fundraiser in March, Tony Hughes, who introduced Cassie to the group, Paul Spaven the current President and […]
All of us have been moved by the pictures being sent from Ukraine and the surrounding countries and the stories being told of tragedy and bravery; the separation of wives and children from the men who say to fight. We all want to do something to help and make a difference quickly.
On 3 November 2021,ColinShurrock gave an update to the Club of a number of projects that have been undertaken by the Club since 2010. The event included reports from Bhagrathi Yogi and Binod Koirala of the Pokhara Fishtail Rotary Club.
0.00 Start – Colin Shurrock of Bristol Breakfast Rotary Club gives back to Nepal
2.11 Bhagrathi Yogi, Multimedia journalist formerly with the BBC summarises some of the challenges faced by Nepal
7.16 Binod […]
On Thursday, March 10th from 7pm-9pm at the Galleries Shopping Centre, BS1 3XD, Broadmead Bristol, we welcome 4 painters for a unique night of live painting and music that will be a blast for all audiences.
Painters can use any medium they like, paint on any canvas they […]
Our Golf Day Fundraiser in October 2021
On a lovely sunny and mild October Friday, 12 teams of 4 players competed for the Keith-Bowry Claret Cup in the Bristol Breakfast Rotary Charity Golf Day. The course at Henbury Golf Club was in excellent condition and everyone seemed to enjoy the opportunity to meet up with some old and new friends whilst playing a round of golf, followed by a delicious lunch.
Quarterly Club Update: News & Events from Our Committees
This year’s current president Derrick Royall, pictured left on a volunteer project in Nepal, held a quarterly update at this morning’s breakfast meeting. Each committee gave an update on their projects and activities.
In brief, the points were:
1. Have some fun!
2.Return to normality
3.Find the right home
4.Help with Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic
5.21st Century Rotary
New Year, New Direction, New Venue
As a club, we’ve felt the effects of the […]
Water Survival Box
Bristol Breakfast Rotary Club has for many years supported the charity, Water Survival Box, which is the initiative of one of our neighbouring clubs, the Rotary Club of Chelwood Bridge. Its primary purpose is to provide a means of purifying water for the benefit of families that survive natural or man-made disasters. It was developed out of work undertaken at the time of the Asian Tsunami in 2004 and a […]
A PERFECT PLANET – VOLCANOES
Bristol Breakfast Rotary Club invite you to an illustrated talk by Huw Cordey, Series Producer for the BBC’s ‘A Perfect Planet’, to be given on zoom at 5.45pm for 6.00pm on Friday 7th May. We are thrilled that Huw has agreed to give this talk to raise money for the Avon Wildlife Trust and other Rotary charities. He will be talking about Volcanoes and their effect on wildlife and will answer your questions.