Access Bike Project Stroud

Thu, Feb 14th 2019 at 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Access Bike Project aims to give everyone the chance to fall in love with cycling.


Founded in Stroud in 2015, the Access Bike project aims to give everyone the chance to fall in love with cycling. By refurbishing donated bikes for sale and allowing free access to the workshop we look to remove any financial barriers to owning a bike.

But beyond that we run mentoring sessions with disabled and vulnerable young adults; community events, develop micro businesses and much more! 

‘’We have such an awesome mix of people of all ages, from all backgrounds joining us daily at the workshop; it has proven to really bring people together’’ 


Alfie Stephens, Project Manager


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Rotary Clubs support young people in many ways, which can be by providing funding but also through involvement in various school activities.

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See the crocuses in flower.

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Vocational service is the essence of Rotary and serves as the foundation from which we serve our communities around the world.

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The Rotary Foundation is Rotary's own charity. It raises money for End Polio Now, the Rotary Peace Fellowships and innumerable district and global grants worldwide. It supports Rotarians' efforts to change lives and serve communities.

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Nailsworth Rotary Club arranges many fundraising events each year and the funds raised in recent years have helped a wide range of organisations.

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A weekend in The Gower, here visiting a lifeboat station

Fundraising for charities and helping members of our local community are just two of the reasons why people join Rotary. Friendship, fellowship and having fun are almost as important.

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Forest Green Community Garden 2019

We help out with many local community projects: The Older Driver Forum, Forest Green Community Garden, Stroud Court, Box Wood, Nailsworth Spring Clean, Arkell Centre lunches, Alzheimer's Cafe, Nailsworth Noel and Festival, and Stroud Ambitions.

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