Welcome to our Club

Would you like to join our dynamic and energetic club that believes in having a good time while helping others? Our Club knows how to take some things seriously and we raise funds throughout the year for International and local projects. However we place having fun very near the top of the agenda!

Why not send us an email so that we can invite you to one of our Wednesday morning meetings - info@bristolbreakfastrotary.org.uk 


World Polio Day - October 24th 2018

World Polio Day Bristol

To commemorate World Polio Day, President Roger Key and 10 members of our club planted 4000 crocus bulbs at Castle Park today.

Since Rotary and its partners launched the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI) over 30 years ago, the incidence of polio has plummeted by more than 99.99%, from about 350,000 cases a year in 125 countries to just 22 cases in 2017 and with just three remaining polio-endemic countries: Afghanistan; Pakistan; and Nigeria.

Please click here for more information on the great work Rotary are doing in the fight against polio.


Dragon Boat Celebration Breakfest

Now in it's 17th year, the annual Dragon Boat Festival has raised over £700,000.00 for local, national and internation charities. On Wednesday 19th September we welcomed members and guests for a special celebration breakfast at The Bristol Hotel. For more details on the event please click here.


Charter Dinner - a great success!

We held our 29th Charter Dinner at Bristol Zoo this year. The official dinner started at 7pm - but members and guests were able to have a wander around the zoo from 5pm - and the rain mostly held off! Before we headed back into the dining room we were treated to a special talk on The Red Panda given to us by Sam, one of the keepers. Lady Hilary (pictured top left) even made an appearance to the delight of all those watching.

A great evening of food, fun and a sing-a-long was enjoyed by all. The club would like to thank President Roger Key and wife Gill, for all their hard work ensuring that the event was a memorable one!


 

Video kindly supplied by Destination Bristol