Welcome to the Rotary Club of Roborough Plymouth

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Collecting For the Philippines disaster

Herald November 29 2013

Collecting For the Philippines disasterRead more

Tea and biscuits provided by Pomphlett RotaKids after the formal opening of the renovated sensory garden in the grounds of Rockville House in Plymstock

Herald March 6 2014 p.19

Tea and biscuits provided by Pomphlett RotaKids after the formal opening of the renovated sensory garden in the grounds of Rockville House in PlymstockRead more

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Forthcoming events

  

         

Fish Feast 17 May

A Fish Feast will be held on 17 May 2014 at 12 for 12.30 pm in aid of Jaipur Limb Project and Literacy in a Box More information on the poster on the left.

 


Breton Weekend 12-15 June

Contact Mo and Ron for more information


Sailing Day 20 June

Contact Peter Noakes/Bernice Constantine for more information

 

 

 

 

Our President

Our President for this year is Caroline Easton, seen taking over the reins from Maureen Dickerson at our meeting on 2nd July.

Caroline was born & brought up in Abergavenny, Wales  and left to do Medical Biochemistry at Surrey University however she decided that a career in the Metropolitan Police was more enjoyable. She met her husband David Easton at Kingston Crown court, who is also a member of the Club. She is currently a self employed management trainer and consultant.

Caroline is focused on the fun and fellowship to deliver the message of service above self of Rotary and will continue the Club’s established annual events, the Disabled Activity Day, Choir Festival & Sleigh collections while also increasing the service projects to help the community.

Through its recent activities the Club has forged close links with various local organisations and schools and helped to establish a RotaKids club which we would like to lead to more Rotary clubs for young people. She will continue to support the Plymouth based Rotary charity Literacy in a Box which is based on improving literacy in the third world. Her focus has always been on helping people to grow and develop and this year will be an opportunity to build on that goal

Past Events

  

Disabled Activity Day

June 1 2013

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Highlight of the day was Attik Dance, a mixed group of able and disabled people, who performed their own Strictly Come Dancing style routine – Strictly 360.

Other attractions were the opportunity to take part in disabled games, a fairground, a teddy bear parachute jump and various charities running information stalls.


 

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