Welcome To Bristol Breakfast Rotary Club

Annual Charity Golf Day

Thursday 21st May 2020

 

This year's Bristol Breakfast Charity Golf Day will be held on Thursday21st May at the Bristol & Clifton Golf Club, Failand.  Funds raised will support the work of Youth Moves www.youthmoves.org.uk, who support disadvantaged young people in Hartcliffe and South Bristol.  This is an inspirational charity enabling young people to take responsibility for their actions, make positive choices and do things for themselves, so that ultimately their lives are changed for the better.


As usual, there will be a promises auction during the dinner at the end of the day’s golf.  Please can you consider whether you are able to donate an item or have contacts with organisations that might donate an item for our auction.  We will shortly be sending out the invitation to enter teams, so please also consider entering a team or pass the invitation to any business contacts you may have that might wish to enter, or to provide sponsorship.

Contact Mary Whittington marywinwhitt@googlemail.com  

Dragon Boat Festival 2020

Sunday 7th June 2020

 

This year our main charity will be the Green House, Bristol https://the-green-house.org.uk/  who provide free therapy to those who have suffered from child sexual abuse.

The Green House believes that every victim of sexual abuse deserves the opportunity to heal and recover from their experiences. The Green House aims to offer a centre of excellence where survivors of all ages and backgrounds can access free, specialist counselling to help move forward with their lives. Founded in Bristol, they have been pioneering therapeutic provision for over 30 years. Each year the charity works with over 300 men, women, and children in the aftermath of sexual trauma. 

 

 

Can you help by providing a team, have a fun day and raise money for the Green House and other Rotary Charities. Visit https://www.bristolrotarydragons.org/  to enter a team and for more information about the event. 

 

 

Welcome to the website of The Rotary Club of Bristol Breakfast. 

Welcome to the website of The Rotary Club of Bristol Breakfast. Whether you are a visitor, a local resident, an existing Rotarian or just curious I hope you will find these pages enjoyable, informative, and that you will want to share the enthusiasm of Rotarians in Bristol for their varied activities.  We exist to provide our members with a variety of opportunities to step forward and give back to the local, national and international communities while enjoying the fellowship of like-minded people. Our members, men and women, come from a diversity of backgrounds and jobs. 

 

What is Rotary?

Rotary is a worldwide organisation of men and women that provides humanitarian service, encourages high ethical standards in all vocations, and helps build goodwill and peace in the world. Approximately 1.2 million Rotarians belong to more than 32,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas. 

You are warmly invited to join us for breakfast.

We meet every Wednesday morning, 7am for 7.30am, at Bambalan Restaurant, Podium Level, Colston Tower, Bristol.  Please let us know if you want to come to our breakfast meeting by emailing the Monday prior to the meeting so that we know to put on some extra bacon:
hello@bristolbreakfastrotary.org.uk 

 


Joining a Rotary 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! Contact us at hello@bristolbreakfastrotary.org.uk

 

Our weekly venue

Please Note: Our new club venue is Bambalan Restaurant situated right on the city centre in Colston Tower, Bambalan boasts a bright open plan restaurant and a stunning outdoor terrace with unrivalled views across Bristol.  The restaurant can be found on Podium Level, Colston Tower, Colston Avenue,Bristol, BS1 4XE Telephone 117 922 1880

 

 

Video kindly supplied by Destination Bristol