Welcome to Cookham Bridge Rotary Club

We meet most Wednesday evenings at Winter Hill Golf Club, Cookham, but check also below for special events. Normal Club meetings start at 8:00pm but our President, Steve Downing, always looks forward to welcoming our visitors from 7:30 onwards in the bar. If you prefer a different view why not go to www.facebook.com/cookhamrotary

We are always looking for new members, young or old, of any background and of any vocation. We offer the opportunity for membership of a relaxed and friendly local club with international connections and the chance to put something back into the local community. Our weekly meetings include a drink, a meal and a chat plus a bit of Club business and some entertainment - a guest speaker for instance.

We are not at all rigid in our ways and fresh views are always welcome. Why not have a bit of fun on a Wednesday evening?

The bridge spans the river boundary between the surrounding villages in Berkshire and Buckinghamshire from which we draw our support and our members. Cookham is a charming old Thames-side village with lots to see and do, a host of Pubs for a drink, a selection of restaurants from simple to sophisticated and some exquisite small shops. The world famous artist Stanley Spencer gallery is in Cookham High Street. For more information on Cookham visit www.cookham.com Just across the river are the villages of Bourne End and Flackwell Heath with good shopping facilities and restaurant.

To view a leaflet on the Club click on this link

Come and Enjoy a Musical Evening with this

Marvellous Choir in a Prestigious Location

Over 500 people attended the Concert by The London Welsh Male Voice Choir at Eton College in aid of Elizabeth House, raising over 8,000

Wendy Craig President of Elizabeth House with Steve Downing President of Cookham Bridge Rotary Club, organisers of the concert

The School Hall Eton College was a great setting for the Concert

The LWMVC gave a wonderful concert featuring traditional songs and creating a 'wall of sound'

Soloist Matthew Jones (violin) accompanied by his wife Annabel Thwaite who played throughout the Concert.

Wendy Craig gave gifts to the soloists and the conductor Edward-Rhys Harry

She also hosted the raffle which raised almost 1000



COOKHAM REGATTA (25th Anniversary)

   Also have a look at Photo Galleries

above to see lots more photos of the event

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Bourne End 'Fun Night' winning sign.