Welcome to the Rotary Club of Plymouth

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Welcome

Welcome to the home page of the Rotary Club of Plymouth. If you are unfamiliar with this widely used club web site design here is some advice on its features.

The centre section provides details about our activities and projects. In particular the top section displays forth coming events or items of interest. Just click on 'Read More' relating to of anything of interest and the full details will be displayed. When appropriate there will be the ability for you to send a message concerning that particular item. Just follow the instructions on the screen.

Across the top of the page there are various links to our activities.

The right hand margin provides details of our forthcoming programme of meetings, events etc. There are also links to other Rotary web sites for example information on membership of Rotary at the foot of the page.

Facebook

There is a direct link to our Facebook page in the right hand column.  This is the main source of the latest club activities. 

Contacting the Club

Please use the 'Contact' at the foot of this page.  Ocassionally we do hold events or attivities which are open to non members.  These are listed in a sub-menu under "Programme" entitles "Future Diary".

Major Activities

Skills Aid Plymouth

This is an initative pioneered by this club and now assisted by Rotarians from other Plymouth Rotary Clubs.  Each year about 12 youngsters from a secondary school in the City are selected to be mentored for a year.  The aim is to enhance their employment opportunities when they leave school.

The selection process is aimed at identifying those who need encouragement to realise their potential which is being hampered by personal circumstances.  Each has their own mentor throughout their time in the scheme.  The majority of the mentors are Rorarians but not exclusively so.

Young Artist of the Year Competition

This is our annual competition which is open to those students in secondary education across the City.  There are three categories, years 7 to 9, years 10 & 11 and the sixth form.  Entries are are submitted via the Art Departments at the respective schools/colleges.  If you are interested in this competition please use our 'Contact Us' link above and select 'Young Artist Competition'.  The competition has been postponed to the autumn 2016 due to a clash with a similar event.

Plymouth Food Bank

Club members regularly assist the Plymouth Food Bank in collecting goods at local Tesco stores. We also support events organised by other bodies. These are great fun frequently dressing the part, such as 'Pirates'. These activities have assisted others in raising substantial funds for their specific charities.

Annual Charity Golf Day

This year this event was held at the Borringon Golf Club, Plympton on 16th September.  13 teams took part with the final results in the balance until the last 3 teams returned to the club house.  An all ladies team, Tea's Up' representing Graddon Vending, looked like the team winners but the penultimate team to finnish took took the top prize.  This was the all family team representing Shobrook & Co Ltd.  For the first time a lady won the individual prize, well done Sarah Shobrook.

A cheque for £2500 was presented to the Plymouth Special Olympics at their annual ball on Saturday 1st October 2016.

Full results can be downloaded by clicking on this: 2016 Golf Day Results

Support for charities

We also support events organised by other bodies. These are great fun frequently dressing the part, such as 'Pirates'. These activities have assisted others in raising substantial funds for their specific charities.

Our International Committee has had 'Literacy in a Box' as its focus for support. This charity was started by our colleagues at the Rotary Club of Plymouth Roborough. Its purpose is to support schools in rural Zambia with essential educational materials.

In the run up to Christmas we collect in aid of local charities. Each Autumn our club members discuss and select the four or so local charities to support that year. This coming Christmas we will see the re-introduction of the Christmas sleigh. Former members of the Drake Rotary Club, who have now joined us, wish to continue with the use of their sleigh. The sleigh will tour residential areas with collectors being provided by the charities that will benefit from the collection. The sleigh collections will augment those made at three local major super markets.

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We meet on Mondays at 1pm (When there is a 5th Monday in a month we vary location & timing of the meeting.) The Royal Western Yacht Club of England,Queen Anne's Battery. PL4 0TW tel: 01752 660077

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