Welcome to The Rotary Club of Bristol!
We meet fortnightly on Monday evenings alternating face to face meetings at a central Bristol location with Zoom meetings.
Please look at our meetings listings for details and get in touch. We'd love you to join us in person or online!
We celebrated our Centenary in 2017 when we looked back at our fantastic achievements. Now we’re “Looking Forward” to the next 100 years as part of Rotary International, with the theme this year of 'CREATE HOPE IN THE WORLD'.
Rotary International has been working for over 30 years to eradicate Polio.
Bristol University supported Rotary in Bristol by lighting up the Wills Tower purple for polio.Visit EndPolioNow.org
We welcome new members at our meetings, whatever your age or interest, contact us to find out how you can get involved.
From July 2023 club meetings will be fortnightly on Mondays - 2nd Monday evenings at 7.00 for 7.30 pm at The Bristol Hotel - 4th Monday evenings virtually on Zoom - 5th Mondays at 12.30 for 1.00 pm at a variety of venues (contact club secretary for details). Click "Learn more" for our future meeting programme.
Please contact us if you would like to join a meeting - we look forward to seeing you.
Come and hear Martin Bisp, CEO of Empire Fighting Chance talk about how they support young people experiencing emotional and behavioural issues as a result of social & economic exclusion.
If you would like to join the zoom meeting please contact our secretary for details - email@example.com
Our speaker is Edd Smith from Caring in Bristol. If you would like to join us please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The charity was formed in 1987 as Caring at Christmas by members of The Julian Trust concerned about the gap in care provision for the homeless & vulnerable.
Come and hear about the charity: how they've adapted & how they've been supporting the homeless & vulnerable of our city during these difficult times.
President Tim will be sleeping out on November 14th in support of 1625ip - support President Tim & 1625ip
We heard from Chief Executive Dom Wood from 1625 Independent People about the work of 1625ip - supporting young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
They provide a broad range of care for young people. They find secure homes, teach life-skills, offer advice, help access training and job opportunities. Most importantly, they help young people to live happily and independently. www.1625ip.co.uk