Passport Clubs are a new concept in Rotary which cater to those who do not have the time to meet every week but who still wish to have a way of contributing within their local community.

A Rotary Passport Club offers you a community in which to volunteer your time and skills, meet likeminded people, and make a difference.  


The term “passport” refers to the ability to move freely from club to club, attending the meetings or participating in the activities of other clubs.


The Bromley Passport Club supports specific projects organised by Rotary Clubs in and around the Borough of Bromley.

It is a Rotary club that gives its members a more flexible club experience by:

  • Encouraging its members to visit other clubs and participate in their club activities regularly
  • Relaxing the attendance policy
  • Offering a variety of meeting formats 

As most participants are business owners or in full-time employment, being a member of a club like this also provides an opportunity to engage in fun activities that will foster good working relationships and friendship.


The Bromley Passport Club had its first meeting in March 2022 and currently has 2 Rotary members and several volunteers who have already contributed to a number of Rotary activities, including:

·       Rotary Work Club which helped local people into employment / self-employment in 2020/21

·       Swimalong – organised by Beckenham Rotary Club

·       Remembrance Day Poppy Collection – organised by Beckenham Rotary Club

·       Quiz Night – organised by Orpington Rotary Club

·       Santa Sleigh Collection – organised by Bromley Rotary Club·        

Club Structure:

Passport Club members are full members of Bromley Rotary and as such can attend any of the main club lunch meetings, and can be involved in all their activities. 

The Passport Club meets twice per month to discuss projects - planning and delivery. These meetings are mainly online or in a social setting, and usually held in the evenings or at weekends. 

Members can volunteer for projects which they may have a special interest in supporting, or that are aligned to their particular skill set. 

Current Projects / Activities:

WaterAid Walk – Will you Walk for Water so other don’t have to?

Race Night - a fun event with a fundraising element. 


If you are interested in finding out more about Bromley Passport Club,
please contact

Next meeting 12th April, 7:30pm via Zoom



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