The Rotary Club of Thornbury
Meeting at Eastwood Park, Falfield GL12 8DA
President Barry Williams
President 2020/21
Thornbury Rotary Club has contributed to the life of the town and surrounding district since 1971, and has raised over £500,000 on behalf of many charities and local, national and
international projects, charities and appeals. Its high-visibility yellow jackets are a familiar sight at street events, the Carnival and many other local activities.
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Covid Thornbury Rotary Local COVID-19 Appeal
URGENT appeal for donations to help local voluntary groups and charities
Please support this appeal so we can support our community's voluntary groups, many of whom are struggling to operate or survive - let alone fund-raise - by awarding grants quickly where there is urgent need.             Read more...
Your donations will help those most in need in our community. The number and size of these grants will depend on your generosity. All funds will be donated to local charities and organisations.
Thank you for your support - over £2,672 raised so far with Gift Aid
We have made four grant awards so far - to Kington & District Scrub Hub, Krunch, Thornbury Radio and Made a Mark. Click the links below to see what they do.
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 Click the "Rainbow" icon to see how to apply for a grant.
Iron Lung
Supporting Local, National and World-Wide Charities
At his recent installation as President, Barry Williams stated that, in current circumstances, his and the Club's focus must initially be on our local community during his year of office.
He has not, therefore, selected two personal charities for the year (the usual Club custom), but will focus on the Club's Local COVID-19 appeal and other fund-raising efforts, in order to be able to respond to local needs through financial and (if possible) other means.
Iron Lung
Rotary's Iron Lung Exhibit
Iron Lung This self-contained exhibit is available for hire to all Rotary Clubs to assist with educational and fund-raising project and the final elimina-
tion of this life-destroying disease
Over 30 future event days already reserved!
A Rotary-funded project managed by the Thornbury Club
Swimarathon
Thornbury's Annual Charity Swim Event
Thornbury Leisure Centre -
With the generous support of Berkeley Vale Motors
In aid of local charities Above and Beyond and BUST .
Full Information Thank You Thornbury Swimmers for the support and the fantastic weekend. We have had an amazing response £9700 was pledged at this year's Swimarathon and 5740 lengths swum. Donate
The Radio Station receives a COVID-19 Appeal Grant
News presenter Nigel Lane said “We are thrilled that Thornbury Rotary have recognised the work we are continuing to do in supporting the local community during the COVID-19 pandemic
COVID 19 Appeal - Kington & District Scrub Hub
This local Scrub Hub was the first grant to be awarded by Thornbury Rotary Club
Thornbury Rotary Hearing Loop survey 2019
Our Club completed an up to date availability of hearing loops in Thornbury.
AFRICAN GIANT POUCHED RATS 2020 - UPDATE
Earlier in 2018 the Thornbury Rotary Club International Committee sponsored the Charity APOPO rats and sponsored giant "Hero" rat Magawa. This update concerns activities in 2019.
Made a Mark at Alveston received a COVID-19 Appeal Grant
Keri from Made a Mark Charity said “Well that is brilliant news! We honestly cannot thank you enough for your support.
COVID 19 Appeal - Krunch South West
Krunch S. W. part of a National organisation has been awarded a grant by Thornbury Rotary Club
Significant Help Needed in Thornbury area
The Thornbury branch of the North Bristol Food Bank accepted a £500 donation from Rotary.
Tools for Self Reliance collections
Do you have any redundant tools? Unloved and hiding away in the garage or shed... Then Rotary is here to help
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