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Welcome to our website.

Please have a look around to find out who we are and what we do.

Formed in 1923, our Club has continually been a source of
enjoyment to its members whilst encouraging service to the
community both locally and internationally.

We have an active social programme and provide many
opportunities to help others.

If you would like to support us with some help or a donation,
or would like some help from us,
or maybe would like to consider joining our Club,
please use the Contact button shown on the left, to get in touch.
Coming up
“Service above Self”
We meet at Chislehurst Golf Club
(Camden Place, Camden Park Road, Chislehurst, BR7 5HJ)
Click here for map

Lunchtime (12:30 for 1 p.m.)
Evening (7 for 7:30 p.m.)

If you would like to join us, please ring 07580-370425
or email secretary@bromleyrotaryclub.org.uk
Click on leaflets below, to enlarge

Fri 4th Dec           Christmas Concert
                         at Bromley Parish Church

Tues 8th Dec        Christmas Dinner
                         at Royal Blackheath Golf Club
Coming up .... later
Notice Board
(click on notice for details)
Polio Tools for 
Self Reliance We help to supply
clean, fresh water 
for people in Kenya
Melvyn Ackroyd
President 2015 - 2016
More …
Tues. 13th Oct
Lunch meeting
Rtn. Peter Dulley
‘My Job Talk’
Tues. 6th Oct
Evening meeting
Jerry Whitehead
‘Fields of the First World War’
Tues. 20th Oct
Evening meeting
Hon. Alderman Anne Manning
‘My time as Mayor’
More …
23rd - 25th Oct
Business & Social
District Conference
Fri. 16th Oct
Bromley Little Theatre
‘To Kill a Mocking Bird’
Tues. 27th Oct
Lunch meeting
Rtn. Anne Dulley
‘My Job Talk’
We were pleased to welcome to our meeting at Chislehurst Golf Club
on 13th January a number of guests including Bob Neill, our local MP,
Cllr Pauline Tunnicliffe and representatives of Cray Wanderers Football Club.
Bob McQuillan, Bromley's former Chief Planner, introduced the club's plans
for a community sports hub at Flamingo Park.

These plans would rescue the redundant playing fields and at the same time
provide a permanent home for the oldest football club in the country and a
focal point for the work in the community which the club is rightly proud of.
The football club were launching a period of consultation on their plans
before submitting a planning application later in the year.

Information is available on a dedicated web site