Cotswold Way in a Day 2017 - Sun 4th Jun at 08.30
After the success of the 2016 event, the Club will run the "Cotswold Way in a Day" charity walk again on 4th June 2017. The event is open to other Rotary Clubs, groups and individuals to raise funds for their own charity and The Cystic Fibrosis Trust
Rotary@Kingsholm is the "twilight" Rotary Club in Gloucester in that we are most fortunate to meet early evening at the home of Premiership Rugby Club - Gloucester Rugby.
Meetings are every Monday 5.45 for 6.15pm in the clubs prestigious stands at Kingsholm (other than bank holidays). Most of our meetings consist of dinner followed by interesting talks. Many of our members who work around Gloucester find this a convenient time for relaxing informally at the end of the day.
The club has members from a wide range of professions and interests who assist local charities and raise funds for many good causes. We also run programmes for youth development.
By pressing the programme button above you can learn about our meetings and events. We always welcome potential new members to join in our fun, fellowship and charity work. If a meeting or event interests you please use the contact form above to contact us. We look forward to hearing from you and potentially joining us all on a Monday night soon.
President 2016 - 17
We meet on Mondays at 17.45
(Please look at the our programme for details
No meeting on Bank Holidays)
Gloucester Rugby Club, Kingsholm, Gloucester,
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In the next 30 days...
Abbie Mugford from Barnwood Park Arts College, who won the club competition in December, will compete for a place in the District semi-final today at Cotswold School, Boughton on the Water
Mike Wood will relate his time as an extra required to get a historic crane up to speed for a film sequence in Alice Though the Looking Glass staring Jonny Dep. The time period being the start of the last century
The second of our four league games in this season's competition, to be played tonight against Cheltenham Rotary, starting 7.30 pm, at the Great Western
Roots Coffee and Community shop in Alvin St Kingsholm is the hub for a range of community initiatives undertaken in the locality. This provides an opportunity for us to learn more about their work and, more importantly, discuss how we can assist them.
Stewart Edgar has been Gloucestershire’s chief fire officer since Feb '14 having started his fire service career with Tayside Fire Brigade in 1991. Stewart as a director of Gloucestershire County Council is well placed to tell us about future challenges
Third game of four in first round of this year's District Skittles competition at The Great Western against Gloucester Rotary starting at 7.30 pm
An important regular meeting to discuss our Rotary Club's activities including community work, fund raising, social and weekly meetings.