Rotary Club of Crickhowell

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    Rotary Club of Crickhowell supporting  National and International fundraising efforts

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    Rotary Club of Crickhowell Community Fundraising

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    The annual duck race and community fun day

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    The Rotary Club annually supports the organisation and management of the Crickhowell Late Night Shopping and Craft market event 

Crickhowell Rotary is a very active club with currently 32 members supporting Youth, Community and International activitiesWe meet every Thursday in a delightful 12th Century coaching inn, The Bear Hotel, in Crickhowell.

New members sharing our ethos of service are actively encouraged to join. We welcome Rotary members visiting the area to come to our meetings and if you would like to visit us, then either just turn up at approx 6-30pm in the Bear Hotel bar area where members gather and introduce yourself or e-mail our secretary Mike Axford.


Other local interest groups...

 

The Market Hall Trust

The small but impressive open fronted Market Hall in the centre of Crickhowell was built in the 1830s by the Duke of Beaufort and is being maintained by a Charitable Trust.

 

Crickhowell and District Community Partnership CIC

Community based sports facilities

 

Rotary Club of Crickhowell

With its members coming from a wide range of backgrounds the Rotary Club connects their unique perspectives and utilises its members' expertise to improve lives everywhere.

 

Crickhowell U3A

The University of the Third Age is a national and international network of self-regulating local associations. Members co-operate to continue to pursue existing interests and explore new ones.

 

Crickhowell Volunteer Bureau

Matching volunteering needs and opportunities

 

Walkers are Welcome in Crickhowell

Aiming to make Crickhowell a better place to walk, eat, drink and stay

 

Percy Davies Trust

The Trust offers grants to Crickhowell based groups and organisations.

 

Crickhowell Garden Society

Crickhowell Garden Society (CGS) was formed in Feb 2020 when the local Horticultural Society and the Open Gardens Association were combined. Our primary focus is to organise an annual Flower, Veg and Produce Show and Open Gardens event which will raise funds for local charities and good causes.