Club newsheet

22nd April Quiz night - proceeds to our 'Chemotherapy Challenge' provinding infusion pumps via the Plymouth & District Leukaemia Fund: Tickets: click here

10th April newsheet

29th March Newsheet

20th March newsheet

6th March: Mount Kelly School's Senior Team got through to the District Finals, where they were  unable to progress further - but congratulations on getting that far!

14th March Concert was excellent, & enjoyed by a packed hall!

6th March newsheet

17th Jan YouthSpeaks Junior 1st Round

2 winners out of 12 excellent teams go through to the next area round.

Tavistock Community Primary and Nursery School,

topic A day in the Life of a school bag.

Lifton Community Primary, topic Giants really do exist.


17th Jan

11th Jan Skittles vs Kingsbridge Rotary Club - a last minute victory!  click for Details




Jan 9th 2017


Christmas Day lunch at The United Reformed Church - for those who would otherwise be on their own.

Wonderful! Thankyou to Sponsors Tesco, Abode, Dolans & A-Scentsation and others.

Christmas Collection = £3,134 total!  Fantastic!

19th Dec



12th Dec

17th Dec: Grocery

Draw winner is Mrs Perse

Santa and Morrison's General Manager, James Lloyd, presented the £250 worth of vouchers on Saturday morning to a very happy Mrs Perse!

We sold 1,458 tickets and raised a net for our local charities of £1,208.

Many thanks to all of you who bought tickets and helped with the ticket sales over the 3 days at Morrison's in November




The Sensory Garden in The Meadows - with other organisations - awarded £12,500 by Tesco's Bag for life Charity!  Click here for details



Tree decoration 'Purple for Polio' as we really are 'so close' to it's eradication!

Newsheet 7th Nov


2nd Nov: Quiz at The Whitty raised £140 for Purple for Polio


31sts Oct: our 70th Charter Night, MC Graham. See 7th Nov newsheet.

Goosie Fair 12th October


We enjoyed hosting the two geese, who together weighed 10.6Kg, = 23lb 3 and 2/3rds ounces, correctly guessed by Tina Hemmings of Brixham.
Thanks to the geese who seemed contented, their owner Mr Richard Gibbins, and Abbey Surgery and Staff for the use of their grass and the supply of tea and coffee, and not least all of you who had guesses!
The other Rotary Stall selling books and 'this and that' did well for Rotary Charities,  as did the sale of crocus bulbs in aid of eradicating Polio.
The Shelterbox display meant several people found out how to become long-term supporters of this.

The Inner Wheel selling cuddly toys successfully sold out by early afternoon!

Oct 9th: Sensory Garden

preparatory work lifting the 246 paving slabs so that the Contractor can start work.  Working with the Lions, Tavistock Town Council, Roots for Transition, and Tavistock Dementia Action Alliance


August 26th