Welcome to our Club

Would you like to join our dynamic and energetic club that believes in having a good time while helping others? We are very active in the Bristol community, and along with many other community and fundraising activities, we are the organisers of the annual Bristol Breakfast Dragon Boat Festival held at Bristol Harbourside, which has raised over £.6 million for charity since it started in 2001.

We are a friendly club with a mixed gender membership of 45 people, and growing strongly each year. Our members range in age from their twenties up to retirees. This means that the Club's members can enjoy a choice of exciting activities - social, fund-raising and business networking.

Why not send us an email so that we can invite you to one of our meetings?

As you might have guessed, we meet for breakfast! We hold our meetings weekly on Wednesday morning from 7.15am to 8.30am at Brasserie Blanc Restaurant at Cabot Circus, Bristol. We get the day off to a great start with a mixture of humour, discussion, interesting speakers and, of course, a full English breakfast. The morning opens with coffee and chat, with the meeting starting at 07:30am over bacon and eggs or croissants and fruit if you prefer. Meetings finish at 8.30am so that we can get to work on time.

Come along to one of our meetings and see what we're about. You can be assured of a warm welcome - and a free breakfast (by invite). We welcome visits from other Rotarians or those who haven't yet decided to join Rotary.

To get a flavour of this club's activities click through to more details with our What we do button above.  For more details of our fun events please click Events for the full list.

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!


Bristol Harbour Dragon Boat Race - another great success!

The sun was well and truely shining on Sunday 18 June 2017... and the 15th Dragon Boat Festival.

The day was a great success... lots of smiles and laughter amongst the lovely smell of cooking sausages on the bar-b-ques.

The Banana Bunch boat paddled by Avon Fire and Rescue Service was a clear winner of the racing and the fancy dress competition was won by TutanCarMun (dressed as Egyptian Pharaohs) paddled by UWE Centre for Appearance Research, closely followed by Custer’s Last Paddle (dressed as “American Cavalry”) and paddled by Submarine Support Management Group.

 

 

 

 

Video kindly supplied by Destination Bristol