What is it like to be, relatively, old?
That's the question put to Mounts Bay Rotarians annually by students from the Health and Social Care course at Penwith College.
Students and Rotarians alike enjoy the session and the interaction with a very different age group. From the questions, I suspect the Rotarians are not typical "old people", but are more sociable, engaged, aware and generous of their time than the average. Whether this is why they become Rotarians, or if it's because they are Rotarians, is a question for a different study!