What we do


Rotarians meet regularly for both Rotary business and fellowship in order to work and socialise together. Our weekly luncheon meetings help to build lasting friendships and business relationships as well as planning the work of the Club.  We enjoy social events, community service and fund raising and during the last six years over £100,000 has been donated to local and international charities and deserving causes.


Apart from our regular Wednesday get togethers we hold numerous social events for both our members, our families and friends to enjoy in each other’s company.

We also participate in friendly though competitive sports and quiz matches with other Rotary Clubs in our District and enjoy the enduring Rotary fellowship when we meet.

We are twinned with a French club and visit each other in alternate years, usually staying in the homes of our overseas friends.

Work of the Club

The work of the Club is organised and undertaken by the following teams or committees:

Charity Fundraising Events                                   

Community and Vocation                       

Youth Service                                               

International and Foundation                 


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Charity Fundraising Events

Mindful of our commitment to ‘Service above Self’ but also being aware that the cost of travelling to far-off disaster areas would consume much of our financial resources, we opt to support local organisations on the ground in their efforts to restore normality.

This involves us collecting money in various ways including street collections, raffles, social events and donations which all go some way towards meeting our financial commitments but the Fireworks...

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Community and Vocational Committee

This very active group is responsible for addressing the needs of both the local community and supporting UK charities throughout the country.

Its primary objectives are to give active support to the elderly, homeless and deprived people in our local community through either direct assistance or indirectly through donations to charities involved in this work.

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Youth Service

This team concentrates on providing educational development for school children through competitions and support for local disabled and disadvantaged children through social activity.

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International and Foundation Committee

This committee is responsible for determining which of the thousands of charities addressing worldwide problems throughout the world should receive our limited financial resources. It operates on the basis of allocating relatively small sums to projects which will generate the biggest benefits.

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Social Committee

This is the group that ensures that we enjoy our Rotary life to the full.

Every year they put together a varied calendar of events that we and our families will enjoy.

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Rotary Young Photographer of the Year Competition

The Club has organised a heat for the Rotary Young Photographer of the Year Competition.  This has been available to young people living or attending schools in North Bristol.  Twenty six young people entered and their photographs. The winners of the three age groups, junior, intermediate and senior go on to the District competition.  If successful there, they will progress to the National final.

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