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Rotary Rotary@Kingsholm, Gloucester - welcome! Please scroll/swipe down through this page to find out more about us, in addition to the pages linked in the menu, top-left.

Rotary Competitions for Young People


Rotary National Youth Competitions provide young people with the opportunity to develop their skills, the platform to showcase their exceptional talents and the chance to win some amazing prizes.

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KidsOut


Today we will be taking children from Kingsholm Primary School, an inner city school in Gloucester, on a fun day out at Cattle Country, Berkeley.

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Rotary in Gloucester Community Awards 2019


The aim of the Community Awards programme is to support organisations within the city area with a small grant which ‘will make a real difference’. This is a small grants programme with awards of up to a maximum of £500.

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The tower of Gloucester Cathedral will be lit purple


The tower of Gloucester Cathedral will be lit purple in support of Rotary’s project to rid the world of polio. Started in 1985, this initiative has reduced the number of endemic countries from 125 to 3 and polio cases from over 1000 a day to 22 in a year

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Humans and Technology - The Future


Today we sponsored a competition requiring pupils from Gloucester Academy to construct a model representing artificial intelligence/cyberspace from recycled materials. Pupils had made plans by drawing and modelling their ideas beforehand.

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Technology Tournament for teams of four students from schools and colleges


For the fifth year, teams of students interested in engineering and science compete in a one day event to devise and build a solution to an unseen technical task. Solutions are tested and judged against competing teams

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About us

Welcome to the home page of Rotary@Kingsholm

Rotary@Kingsholm is the "twilight" Rotary Club in Gloucester in that we are most fortunate to meet early evening at the home of Premiership Rugby Club - Gloucester Rugby.

Meetings are every Monday 5.45 for 6.15pm in the clubs prestigious stands at Kingsholm (other than bank holidays). Most of our meetings consist of dinner followed by interesting talks. Many of our members who work around Gloucester find this a convenient time for relaxing informally at the end of the day.

The club has members from a wide range of professions and interests who assist local charities and raise funds for many good causes. We also run programmes for youth development.

By pressing the programme button above you can learn about our meetings and events. We always welcome potential new members to join in our fun, fellowship and charity work. If a meeting or event interests you please use the contact form above to contact us. We look forward to hearing from you and potentially joining us all on a Monday night soon.

Mike Cogger

President 2019 - 20

Also pay a visit to our facebook group Rotary@Kingsholm. 

https://www.facebook.com/groups/129448190979183/

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Club member Ed Spurway cycles Lands’ End to John O’Groats

Monday 21st October 17.45

Club member Ed Spurway cycles Lands’ End to John O’Groats


A 1,000 mile scenic route over 14 days averaging 70 miles a day, climbing nearly 70,000 feet, and using B&B’s, youth hostels and home in Gloucester. The “LEJOG” end to end ride is one of the iconic cycling challenges on the planet.

Monday 21st October 20.00 - 23.00 Monday 28th October

The tower of Gloucester Cathedral will be lit purple


The tower of Gloucester Cathedral will be lit purple in support of Rotary’s project to rid the world of polio. Started in 1985, this initiative has reduced the number of endemic countries from 125 to 3 and polio cases from over 1000 a day to 22 in a year

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John Simonett talking about Rugby then and now

Monday 28th October 17.45

John Simonett talking about Rugby then and now


An ex Gloucester No 8 trained as a PE teacher, also has 1st Class Honours degree in psychology, a rare qualification for a Gloucester player! Another rare achievement of John’s is that he captained Scotland to victory over England, albeit at U19 level!

Ria Heap, James Hopkins Trust

Monday 4th November 17.45

Ria Heap, James Hopkins Trust


Following member Liz Newey’s visits to James Hopkins Trust, Liz asked Ria, Community Events and Volunteer Manager, to talk to us about how we might support the work of the trust. This is a trust we have supported for some time in various ways.

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Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Mondays at 17.45
(Please look at the our programme for details No meeting on Bank Holidays)
Gloucester Rugby Club, Kingsholm, Gloucester,

GL1 3AX

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