The Rotary Club of Thornbury
Thornbury Rotary Club has contributed to the life of the town and surrounding district since 1971. In that time it has raised around £400,000 and donated it to many local, national and international charities, projects and appeals.
For almost 30 years its Swimarathon has annually attracted hundreds of swimmers to a sports and social event which is the Club's major fund-raiser, and its high-visibility yellow jackets are a familiar sight at food fairs, the Carnival and many other local events.
Click here for an introduction to the world- wide Rotary movement and its members' local, regional and international work.
Click here to find out about the Thornbury Club, its events, meetings and activities.
Inner Wheel is a club for Rotarians' parters. Click here for information about the Thornbury Club.
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Thornbury Leisure Centre
March 4th, 5th and 6th.
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62 Teams have registered so far(February 1st) for the Club's main fund-raising event of 2016, but plenty of room for more! Please click the link above - and come and join us!
The Club makes donations to charities and needy causes large and small - anything from international and national disaster appeals, famine relief funds and medical aid projects to small donations to local groups or charities in need of short-term financial help.
President Ben Bradley's choices - both Bristol-based - are the
Jessie May Trust
National Eye Research Centre
Jessica May died at home aged 4 1/2 months surrounded by her family and supported by a team of nurses. Her parents created Jessie May to ensure that every child who is not expected to reach adulthood receives nursing care at home.
The National Eye Research Centre funds research into the causes and treatments of eye disease, sight loss and blindnesss. Its vision is a world in which there is an effective treatment for every eye disease.
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