The meeting is open to anyone who is interested, and includes a meal for £15.00 and is a perfect way to unwind in a sociable environment on a Monday evening.
The name change to Rotary@Kingsholm gives the club a unique opportunity to build strong relationships with the rugby club and the Kingsholm community.
Bob Coles, President of Rotary@Kingsholm said,
"Launching Rotary@Kingsholm gives us an advantage of not being confused with other 'Gloucester' clubs.
"It shows we are a contemporary club and firmly connects us to not only Gloucester Rugby Club at Kingsholm but also to the wider Kingsholm community.
"Our aim is to appeal to the business sectors in Gloucester with events to inspire and give our members the opportunities for networking and discussion.
Click on www.rotaryatkingsholm.co.uk to learn more about Rotary@Kingsholm which meets at 5.45 for 6.15pm on a Monday evening at Kingsholm. Most meetings include a meal followed by a talk on interesting subjects.
The website shows the past and future programme. Meetings usually finish about 7.45. Many members find it a convenient time to relax at the end of the working day.