L- R David Chantrey 2nd VP, Amanda Johnson Vice President, President Robert Davies
The Rotary Club of Bridgnorth received its charter in 1943. The Club is part of a world wide organisation and members are welcome at other Clubs in the UK and around the world.
President Steve Charteris handovers Presidency to Robin Nettleton
Robert Davies accepts the role of President from retiring President Robin Nettleton
The Club meets on Wednedays at The Down Inn on the Bridgnorth Ludlow Road. The meetings are for Business, fellowship, include committee activities , some after dinner speakers and other social activities. We take part in a range of competitive activities with other clubs and also initiate our own events. We hold a number of annual events to raise money for charity. Current events are Classic Car Run, Fashion Show, Golf Day, Steps Walk, Tree of Thought and 100 club. Proceeds from our events go to either local, national and international charities.
The current President is Robert Davies
At handover President Robert emphasised the need for all Rotarians to seek out new members. Also for everyone to increase their active involvement in the Club events
We are always interested in new members. Prospective members should be adult persons of good character from all walks of life, with a good professional or community reputation and agree to uphold high moral and ethical standards in their personal, business and community life.
Tree of Thought - 2018 event. A total of £2000 was donated to "We are Macmillan Cancer Support". Thanks to our Sponsor The Real Bridgnorth Windows who again supported publicity costs. Also thanks to all those who have donated to this cause by adding a label to the tree in rememberance of a loved one.
2019 Event ongoing through December. Either Saturday mornings at The Tree or From leaflets in current WhatWhat Magazine or entry at Boots,Tanners, Sainburys and Nock Deighton. Again donations to Macmillan
2019 Event held 13th July at Bridgnorth Golf Club raised a total £3200. Beneficiaries to be Bowel Cancer UK and Oak farm.
2019 event held on Sunday 13th October Sponsored by Bridgnorth Aluminium.48 walkers, £2598 pledged tby walkers to their favourite charities, also £649 to our Charity account for other good causes. Overall benefit to Charity from the Event £3047. Next years event will be on Sunday 4th October 2020
Classic Car Run
2019 Event raised £1200 For Rotary Charities and other good causes
AfterJuly 2018 - The Rotary Club of Bridgnorth and Dave Turnock Society One Hundred Club
Jan 2019 William Parr £20; Bryan Morgan £10 ; Simon Marston £5.
Feb 2019 William Parr £20, Alun Stoll £10; Richard Cooke £5.
Mar 2019 Toby Peden £50 ; Victoria Nettleton £10 ; Kelig Dampure £5.
April 2019 Toby Peden £20 ; Jill Derby £10 ; Lyndesy Nettleton £5
May 2019 Carol Cooper £20 ; Richard Webb; Oliver Callum Hine £5
June 2019 Dick Pennington £20; Margaret Lucas £10 : Robin M
November 2019 Oliver Callon Hyne £20 ; Dermott Creece £10 ; Martin Jones £5.
December 2019 Carol Billingsley £100; Amanda Johnson £25; Bob Adams £10
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Meetings & Venue
Where and when:
(No meetings during August Rotarian apologies to Elwyn Jones)
The Down Inn, Ludlow Road, Bridgnorth, Shropshire
WV16 6UA 01746 789539