What Rotary does, both locally and worldwide

About Rotary International and Rotary Nailsea & Backwell and surrounding areas.

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The Rotary Effect

About Rotary both locally and worldwide

For a short summary about Rotary both locally and worldwide click this line .

For a Summary history of Rotary in Nailsea & Backwell click this line

For a video about the achievements of Rotary Foundation Charity click this line .

About Rotary in Nailsea & Backwell and surrounding areas.  Why not join us?

We are a friendly club that was formed in May 1977 currently with 44 members and are always on the look out for potential members, both male and female, who would like to put something back into our local community and the national / international scene.

We also have a very active social programme of events and visits for members and their partners.

Normally we meet on very nearly every Thursday evening at 7:00pm at The Mizzymead Recreation Centre in the middle of Nailsea (gathering in the bar lounge from 6:30).  Mizzymead Centre is a members club, so visitors please do need to contact us prior to the day of the meeting. Return to the home page and scroll down to the foot of the page to see a streetmap of Nailsea. Mizzymead Recreation Centre is at the end of Mizzymead Rise (off Hazelbury Road) and can easily be identified by the entrance to the parking area. 

If you would like to know more about us and the work we do, with or without the view to possible membership, please select the 'Contact Form' and select the "Membership Contact" from the contact list in the 'Subject' drop down menu box.


What Bill Gates said about Rotary when he spoke about the work that remained to rid the world of Polio in his 2013 Richard Dimbleby Lecture is on this sub-page.

 

 

What Rotary does, both locally and worldwide sub-pages:

Summary history of Rotary in Nailsea & Backwell

more The Rotary year ends on 30 June annually. This page summarises the annual events and achievements from Charter in May 1977 onwards.

What Bill Gates said about Rotary and Polio

more Bill Gates statement at the 2013 Richard Dimbleby lecture.