Thank you for taking the time to look at or website. It should give you a flavour of the wide range of events and activities that you could be a part of. This club is fun and informal but with a clear purpose of enabling each of our members to ‘put something back’ into our community - not just in Bristol, but around the world. As John F. Kennedy said in his inaugural address, “Ask not what your country can do for you - ask what you can do for your country”. And that ethos leads us to a wealth of amazing opportunities. Providing leadership and management skills to students [...]
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 to go to Thorpe Park. The day was so successful that Lady Grantchester offered a one-off grant to any Rotary Club willing to take part in a similar event on the 2nd Wednesday in June. Overnight 800 [...]
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 Bob Whittington, still wearing the hat which formed the subject of his Hilarious Hat Talk at the breakfast meeting. The thirty two members from the [...]
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