Rotary Club of Preston (Torbay) - welcome! Please scroll/swipe down through this page to find out more about us, in addition to the pages linked in the menu, top-left.
Family Fun Day - 26th June 2016 at Queen's Park
A traditional event organised annually by the Rotary Club of Preston (Torbay) to give charities an opportunity to show what they do and raise funds together with providing families a day of entertainment and sports for children and grown ups.details
Presentation of cheque to Katie Williams
President John presents cheque to Katie Williams sponsoring her travel to Zambia as part of Guiding Overseas linked with Development Initiative (GOLD)details
The Rotary Club of Preston (Torbay) was formed in 1969 and is the sister club of the Rotary club of Paignton.
Preston is a very active club whose members believe that enjoyment and involvement are key to a good, successful club.
Meetings are on Tuesdays at 19:00 for 19:30 at the Redcliffe Hotel, Marine Drive, Paignton. TQ3 2NL Tel: (01803) 526397.
The club is proactive in serving the local community and raising funds for local national and international charities. The club believes in a hands on approach where possible providing practical help. Known for our friendliness and hospitality a number of social events are arranged throughout the year when partners and friends are invited.
Throughout the year a number of fundraising events are held to support local charities and good causes including Rowcroft Hospice, Torbay Young Carers, Children"™s Hospice South West, Anode and many others. In addition the club raises funds for national and international charities including Water Aid, Combat Stress, Shelterbox and the End Polio Now Campaign. Over the course of an average year the club makes donations to more than twenty charities.
Preston Rotary Club is eager to recruit both men and women who feel that they wish to put something back into the community in which they live. A warm welcome awaits anyone who may be interested in becoming a member to share our commitment and enthusiasm in demonstrating the ideals of Rotary through service and fellowship. Rotary is also a great way of meeting like-minded people and making lasting friendships whilst enjoying yourself and having fun.
Meetings and events happening soon
Tuesday 16th January 19.30
Meal with Speaker : - National Coast Watch Institution
Meal with Speaker: - National Coast Watch Institution
Visit by Dartmouth Club
Thursday 18th January 18.15
Bay Sports Ten Pin bowling and meal
Bay Sports Ten Pin bowling at AMF bowl followed by a meal at Yatesdetails
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