About Bolton Daybreak Rotary
Bolton Daybreak Rotarians have been meeting weekly since 1993: meeting at the Britannia Hotel, Beaumont Road, Bolton, 7.30am each Wednesday . See full details at the bottom of this page.
We have an excellent breakfast in the company of friends, where we discuss ongoing projects and events, and where we are entertained and informed by a variety of speakers.
The club enjoys a number of great social events in the course of the year, and is always looking for ways to raise funds to enable us to support needy causes in the local community and the wider world.
Our most valuable assets are our members - each bringing their experience and expertise to the club and, most importantly, the fellowship of new friends.
We would welcome prospective members from all sections of society - male and female; any ethnic and religious background, also our meeting venue has full wheelchair access.
If you would like to know more about Rotary, and Bolton Daybreak in particular, I can be contacted on 01257 482771. Shirley Gardiner
We are pleased to announce that we have given financial support to a number of Bolton charities at this very difficult time
- Salvation Army £500
- Trussell Trust £500
- Emmaus £500
- Urban Outreach £500
- Fortalice Womens Refuge Centre. £500
- Joint Rotary in Bolton PPE project £350 supplying PPE to Care Homes & Hospices
- St Josephs School Visor project for PPE £200
During October 2020 members are supporting SHOE AID and approaching people to donate any unused footware they may have, so they can be recycled and given to those in society who have no proper footware at home and abroad.
Due to the Coronavirus restrictions on the assembly of people, we have stopped our weekly meetings until further notice. Apologies for any inconvenience
Rotary Club Registered Charity 1035073
(Registered with the Charity Commission
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