Welcome to the

Rotary Club of Mounts Bay 






Rotary Club of Mounts Bay President Dee Lucking with Immediate Past President Graham Calderwood.


Rotary members are enthusiastic, fun-loving and active volunteers who give their time and talents to serve communities both at home and overseas. We are dedicated people, men and women from business and professions, who share a common interest in helping others.  

Each member enjoys business as well as social networking opportunities, whilst giving something back to those less fortunate, learning new skills and having a huge amount of fun!

The Rotary Club of Mounts Bay organises community events and projects each year including the St Michaels Way Walk in May, the Penwith Peninsula Cycle Ride in September and the Senior Citizens' Christmas Party in December. We run competitions and schemes for young people. We support International aid projects, and campaign for the eradication of Polio.


"Being a Rotarian is very fulfilling. You can do as much as your time allows, have fun and enjoy fellowship with others. 
The club is always keen to welcome new members."


For more information, please contact the Me
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Regular Activities




The Penzance Memory Cafe enhances the well being and quality of life of those who have memory problems, diagnosed or undiagnosed, together with those who are carers. The Rotary Shop is a joint venture between the Rotary Club of Penzance and the Rotary Club of Mount's Bay. Profits from the Shop are ploughed back into the local community. The Rotary Club of Mounts Bay provides drivers each month to take groups of elderly people to Sunday afternoon tea parties.


Supporting our local community

We support a wide variety of projects in the local community, through fund-raising and direct involvement. Here's just a few......


International Activities

    
     
    
You don't always see what Rotarians are involved in.... School building project in Nepal. All materials are purchased locally and the villagers share the workload free of charge during the construction. 

Project to provide clean drinking water and latrines for schools in rural south west Africa.

Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland (RIBI) has over 55,000 members in 1,855 clubs. It is an integral part of Rotary International, the world's first service organisation.

SUPPORTING THE NEWLYN FISH FESTIVAL 2014
It was a very wet start especially for those erecting our gazebo at 8am, however the sun came out and the usual large crowd attended. Lots of interest in the work we carry out in the local community and further afield.


We are for Communities, locally, in the UK and worldwide

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