Cardiff Bay Rotary is one of eight Rotary Clubs in the city of Cardiff, the capital of Wales. We represent the communities of south Cardiff and around the shoreline of the Cardiff Bay lagoon.
Meetings are held in the heart of Cardiff Bay each Tuesday evening, usually with a meal and often with a speaker, to enjoy good company and to discuss and plan our charitable work.
We donate over £35,000 each year to our charitable causes, money which we raise ourselves with great enjoyment and team spirit. One of our main fundraising ventures is charity car parking in the city centre and you may have seen us on North Road as you travel into Cardiff on a big match day or at Christmas time. You can read more about our donations under the ‘What we do’ section of the menu or visit our Facebook page;
If you enjoy helping both your local community and would like to be part of an organisation that has 1.3 million members in over 200 countries worldwide, and have fun as well, why not come along and see how we work. New members are always welcome.
The Rotary Club of Cardiff Bay Trust Fund is a registered charity No 1038796.
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Meetings and events happening soon
Tuesday 23rd January 19.00
Speaker Steve Best
Rotarian Steve Best (President, Cardiff Breakfast) speaks to us about his trek to Everest Base Camp
Thursday 25th January 19.00
Six weekly meeting of our board
Tuesday 30th January 19.00
Speaker Neville Rookes
Rotarian Neville delivers his job talk
Saturday 3rd February 09.00
Car Parking - Wales v Scotland
We open at 9 a.m and we may be full before noon. £8 all day parking until midnight with all proceeds going to charity. See our Car Parking page for further information.
Tuesday 6th February 19.30
Club Business Meeting
Teams report on progress against strategic plan
Tuesday 13th February 19.30
Speaker Dr Elaine Davey
Dr Elaine Davey, 'heritage activist' speaks on 170 years of Insole Court, City of Llandaff.
Tuesday 20th February 19.30
Speaker Martin Edwards
Rotarian Martin Edwards (President Cardiff West) speaks to us about the challenges of Parkinson's Disease
Be part of a global network of volunteers, trying to make the world a better place. Please also see the 'links & news' page for information from the local district and live feeds from Rotary International and Rotary International in GB&I.
Rotary supporting young people
Rotary on the brink of polio history
Meetings & Venue
Where and when:
(No meeting following a Bank Holiday although we do meet after the first BH in May.)
Cardiff CF10 4RT 029 2047 5000