Meetings & Events

Upcoming Meetings & Events

Bristol Hotel Monday Meetings

Date:

Every Monday

Following the latest Government guidelines and in common with other local rotary clubs we are suspending our regular meeting programme.

1st, 3rd & 5th Mondays in the evenings at 19.00 for 19.30

2nd & 4th Mondays are lunchtime at 12.30 for 13.00

(Excluding Bank Holidays)

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Nigel Ashcroft - POSTPONED

Date:

Monday March 30th 2020

Contact:

Tim Mitchell

This meeting has been postponed.

From Strawberry Fields Forever to The Tree of Life, via Concorde, Dolly Parton, Secret Apes & David Attenborough!

Intrigued? Come and find out more from Nigel Ashcroft, independent film maker.

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POSTPONED - Colston Hall?

Date:

Monday March 23rd 2020

This meeting has been postponed.

We're delighted to welcome Louise Mitchell, CEO of The Bristol Music Trust who will be giving us an update on the transformation of the Colston Hall.

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The Matthew

Date:

Monday February 17th 2020

Update on The Matthew - plans for the future - John Wilson, Trustee of the not-for-profit charity "The Matthew of Bristol Trust"

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Triodos Bank

Date:

Monday January 27th 2020

Come and hear Ed Gratton from Triodos Bank tell us how over 700,000 customers are already playing a part in Triodos Bank's positive movement - making them one of the world's most sustainable banks.

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Hidden Valley Bushcraft

Date:

Monday October 21st 2019

Want to find out about wilderness living skills, survival & outdoor education - then come and hear Nick Goldsmith Woodland warrior extraordinaire!!

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1625 Independent People

Date:

16/09/2019

President Tim will be sleeping out on November 14th in support of 1625ip - support President Tim & 1625ip

https://sleepout2019.everydayhero.com/uk/tim-1

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

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