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Richard Digging for Victory

Posted by Roger Worth on October 24, 2014 at 16:10

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Young Musician 2015

The national final of Rotary Young Musician, held at Darwen Vale High School in Lancashire, saw performers aged 14-18 from across Great Britain and Ireland take to the stage to show off their musical talents. Audiences in Darwen were treated to vocal and instrumental performances from 16 youngsters as they competed for the prestigious award. Read more >

Youth Speaks Winner 2015

Schools and teams traveled to Brentwood last weekend to compete in the final of the Youth Speaks 2015 competition. In the intermediate category Colchester Royal Grammar School was crowned winner with Gorak Rajesh from the school being chosen as the Best Speaker in the category. In the seniors round The High School of Glasgow came Read more >

Young Chef Winner 2015

Young chefs from across Great Britain and Ireland descended on Colleg Cambria in Deeside last weekend to battle it out for the prestigious title of Rotary Young Chef. The annual competition sees eight youngsters aged 11 to 17 show off their culinary skills by producing a three-course meal in order to be crowned the winner. Read more >

Rotary reaches out to help Nepal earthquake victims

Following the tragic earthquake that hit Nepal this weekend, Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland has pledged its support to help victims with long term support. Rotary’s Donation Trust has been set up for the Nepal Earthquake Appeal, which will provide support for sustainable community projects once the immediate emergency has been dealt with. Read more >

Surprise guest rocks Rotary

Concertgoers in Ledbury were in for a special treat when an unexpected guest attended the Rotary Club of Ledbury’s charity concert held recently to raise funds for Acorns Children’s hospices. Guests were left stunned when legendary global rock star Robert Plant climbed on stage to sing a duet with Welsh singer songwriter Deborah Rose, who Read more >

WHY JOIN ROTARY?

Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland, is an organisation of more than 55,000 men and women who, as members of over 1,850 Rotary clubs, volunteer their time, talents, professional skills and energy to improving the lives of people in their local communities and others around the world.

As a member of a Rotary club, you have the opportunity to give something back, to give hope to those less fortunate and to make lives worthwhile and fulfilled.

The enormous sense of achievement you'll experience doing something really worthwhile will be matched only by the enormous amount of fun you'll have! You'll be working, socialising and networking with like-minded people who have the same interests and aims as you - so teamwork is important.

You'll make firm friends as well as worthwhile business contacts; you'll learn valuable new skills and grow as a person; and you'll be sure of a warm welcome from other Rotarians around the world whenever you're on your travels.

As a Rotarian, there's a vast array of things you can get involved in, from organising events and competitions, supporting local charities and developing young people, to assisting with disaster relief and even eradicating diseases such as polio worldwide.

We know that there are some misconceptions about Rotary, so if you want to know what it's really like why not give our membership secrretary a call and come along and meet us.
 

 

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About Us

WELCOME TO BRADLEY STOKE ROTARY CLUB
Our club is based in the Bradley Stoke area and our purpose to is help our local community, to raise funds for good causes and to promote international understanding and world peace! - no we are not entering Miss World - none of us is pretty enough - but we do try to make a difference. Most importantly however, Rotary is about fellowship - that's making friends and having fun.
We are part of District 1100 of Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland which is just one part of Rotary International.which has clubs on every continent.
If you are visitor to this site and would like to find out more - please contact us and come along to one of our meetings - you'll always receive a warm welcome.
Email us on rotarybristolaztec@gmail.com 

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