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 City Rugby Club, Kingsholm, Gloucester,
In the next 30 days...
A family event, children, grandchildren, dogs welcome. Arrive 11am for drinks. Start walk about 12 noon through Redmarley Woods to hunt for holly, ivy and mistletoe. Return about 1 hour later for a winter BBQ. £6, kids £3, proceeds to Presidents charity
Nick will come and speak to us tonight. He will bring several items with him, describe them and we will then be asked to put a value on them. The person who guesses closest to the total value estimated by Nick will win a prize.
This morning young students will compete in the club heat of the Rotary Young Chef National Competition by cooking a 3 course meal in 2 hrs to be judged by professional chefs Sue and Terry Woolcock. The winner will go forward to compete in the next round
Bob’s 7 day photographic holiday with a difference. The experience taught Bob a lot about the rigours of sea life and the essential role shipping plays in our lives. The talk will be a mix of impressions and images- we may be shocked he says!
Our annual carol service will take place as usual at St Bartholomew’s Church on Chosen Hill, Churchdown. The service will start at 7.0pm and last for about 45 minutes and be followed by mulled wine and mince pies. All are welcome
Our traditional end of year Christmas Party with our partners, festive food and party fun. The dress code is black tie/posh frocks. The cost is £27.50/person max. Christmas Cards will be distributed
This year we will be collecting at Tesco Brockworth (21 & 22) and Sainsburys Barnwood (23 & 24) for Rotary charities. We are grateful to the stores for accommodating us and the public for their generosity in previous years.