Come and Join Us

Who are we?


Rotary was founded in Chicago in 1905 and despite what some people think none of the original members are still around! For many years Rotary was a male only organisation, but we now welcome ladies with open arms – if you’ll pardon the expression!    

We are changing!

Earlier this year we had a little bit of soul searching amongst our members and we came up with several initiatives to make Rotary more appealing to more people.

We have changed!

Although our club meets twice monthly on a Tuesday Evening we realise this will not suit everyone, which is why Rotary changed its attitude to attendance, making it far more flexible and attractive.

We have also started a Friends of Rotary group where people who may not be able to make the meetings can still assist with the events that we organise to benefit people locally and further afield.

Be in at the start of something new.

What we can say is that we think you will enjoy yourself like we do, not just doing the ‘charity type things', but also having a good time at our social events, perhaps making new friends along the way. Rotary does some fabulous work throughout the world with 1.2 million helpers.

If you'd like to do your bit we would love to see you - so please get in touch.

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Internal Competition for Members of the Club

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This is a leadership program coordinated by Rotary Clubs around the globe.

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The Rotary Club of Bridlington Sister Club

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Bridlington Rotary Club has sponsored this event for many years, and also helped in the Marshalling. It is a major Nationally recognised event in the Sporting Calendar.

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Opportunity to add to Club Funds when buying online.

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Annual Outing for Schoolchildren

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Bridlington Rotary Club Members join local schoolchildren to plant thousands of bulbs around the town

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Annual Event held at the Balmoral Hotel

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Annual Testing done in the Bridlington Town Centre by qualified medical staff.

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A wonderful Community Event

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Annual golf competition for amateurs to raise money for a chosen charity each year.

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Community service is the traditional and well-known face of Rotary.

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International Committee offers a broad range of humanitarian, intercultural, and educational programs and activities designed to advance the organization's ultimate goal of world understanding and peace.

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Vocational projects support training and job development, provide mock interviews, encourage the development of skills in employment and foster the highest standards in business and the professions.

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Committee responsible for recruitment and information

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Awards made by Bridlington Rotary Club to the public

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Paul Harris awardees for Exemplary Service in Rotary

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Archive Content

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An opportunity to add your unique Rotary Grace for general use. Please send your own suggestions.

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