Community Activities

Rotary Club of Bridport members get involved in many and varied ways to support local causes, and other good causes too. Click on the related pages button for some specific activities...and scroll down to see some other examples of our activities...

The donated tool shed
The donated tool shed

Community Activities pages:

Handing over the cheque

Digital Microscope for the West Bay Discovery Centre

more The Digital Microscope was Provided by Donations from our Business Partners

Celebration of the Queens Platinum Jubilee with the Bridport Big Band

Bridport Big Band Jubilee Concert at the United Church.

more An Evening of Music Celebrating the Queen's Platinum Jubilee

In action on Saturday 12th March showing the new spinning wheel which was really enjoyed by a lot of children.

Rotary Ukraine support in Bridport

more Both Bridport Rotary Clubs have worked together collecting donations for the Ukrainian refugees in Poland, Rumania, Moldova and Hungary. In 10 days we have raised circa £8000 which included £700 which the Bridport Youth footballers collected.

The Wishing Well

Wishing Well fundraising venture

more The Club has purchased a spinning wishing well to raise funds for its charity donations.

Rotary members at the shed presentation

Rotary's tool shed donation

more The Cow Shed at Plot 17 initiative is based in the allotments behind the Bridport Medical Centre and the working allotment is run entirely by volunteers.

The tea party group at The Cowshed

The Cowshed project

more A project to create a wheelchair accessible community allotment has come on leaps and bounds since it started earlier this year. Cowshed at Plot 17 - behind Bridport medical centre, has transformed from a grassy area to a beautiful allotment.

Hyacinth Bulb Selling - all monies go to good causes

more The annual fund raising effort for good causes through selling Hyacinth bulbs in Bucky Doo Square

Hyacinth sales help from the community

more Lisa Finlayson & Wayne Fraser at Bradpole Post Office and Pete and Gill Mayo at Burton Bradstock Post Office between them sold over 200 pots of bulbs. This voluntary act of good will during these difficult times is very much appreciated by the Club.