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Bridge Learning Campus

For a number of years Bristol Breakfast Rotary Club has been associated with the Bridge Learning Campus initially through taking some of the children to the annual “Kids Out” Fun day at Cattle Country in South Gloucestershire.  A couple of older children have attended the Rotary Young Leadership Award, a week’s residential course  teaching self motivation and self esteem as well as working as a team. Over time the relationship has grown closer and Bristol Breakfast Rotary Club has adopted the school as one of their main projects. A strong relationship has been built between the club, staff and children.   BLC is situated in Hartcliffe one of the City’s most [...]

Rotary Technology Tournament (District 1100) 2023

    The Rotary Club of Bristol Breakfast, together with colleagues in the Rotary Club of Bristol, continue to inspire the next generation of engineers and scientists and put their STEM skills to the test in District 1100’s third Technology Tournament at the Bridge Learning Campus (BLC) in South Bristol on Wednesday, 12 July 2023. Rotary Technology Tournaments are not only a challenging and enjoyable way for young people to enrich their STEM learning (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) but also teach skills such as teamwork, communication and timekeeping. Thirteen teams of four pupils, aged between 12 and 14 years old, were required to design, develop and build a ‘Coin Sorter’ [...]

President Geoff’s welcome letter

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Hello, my name is Geoff and I am proud and privileged to be the President of Bristol Breakfast Rotary Club for 2023/2024. Welcome Welcome to our website, which just gives you a flavour of the activities, fun and fellowship of this wonderful service club. Rotary is one of the world’s largest and most successful global membership and humanitarian service organisations, with over 1.4 million members in over 200 countries. Bristol Breakfast Rotary Club We are therefore just one of a huge number of Rotary Clubs in the UK, all dedicated to making the lives of those less fortunate than ourselves, better, whether that enablement is in our own communities [...]

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