Rotary Club of Chipping Sodbury - welcome! Please scroll/swipe down through this page to find out more about us, in addition to the pages linked in the menu, top-left.
Members of the Bitton Road Runners, the Rotary Club, and the local community all help marshal the event. In return each year over Â£2 per entrant is donated to local charities and the community. This is distributed by the Rotary Club of Chipping Sodbury.details
Our club is involved in a number of regular events to help the local community, including Kids Out. Stroke awareness Day and the Annual Band Concert for the elderly.details
A proportion of the money we raise from events or receive as donations is given by the club to charities operating internationally.details
Sodbury Classic Car Run
Each year the Club organises a classic run throughout the local countryside. The day starts with breakfast in Chipping Sodbury, a coffee break along the way and finishes with a lunch at a well known location. The route and locations change each year.details
One of many local school projects, Rotary Racer comes from the Greenpower team. What began as an initiative at Chipping Sodbury School to get 'Lads and Dads' working together now involves the whole family working to build electric powered cars to racedetails
A big welcome to the Rotary Club of Chipping Sodbury.
To find out about us go to 'What We Do' link at the top of the page.....click on WELCOME
We are holding a Grand Charity Auction in aid of the Southmead Hospital Prostate Cancer Appeal on Friday 4th May at Chipping Sodbury Town Hall. To find what's on offer click here:
You may be interested
but not be ready at the moment to join a Rotary club
you might like to do something for your community.
If so, use the Contact link above and go to 'I'd like to help' on the drop down menu
GRAND CHARITY AUCTION
in aid of the Southmead Prostate Cancer Care appeal, Help us to help raise £2million for new robotic surgerey equipment.
Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men with 130 being diagnosed each day. One man dies every 45 minutes. However, in terms of treatment, new robotic prostate surgery is more accurate, less invasive, causes less blood loss, and reduces the length of stay in hospital. Surgeons at Bristol’s Southmead Hospital are regional, national and European leaders in robotic surgery and their intention to buy two new robotic surgery machines will ensure that they stay at the forefront of this technology.
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
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Meetings & Venue
Where and when:
(on the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month)
Chipping Sodbury Golf Club
Trinity Lane (off St Johns Way)