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Falmouth Rotary Support During Covid-19


The Rotary Club of Falmouth is helping to support vulnerable people during the Covid-19 crisis. The club has transferred funds totalling £2500 to the town’s Salvation Army Centre, Falmouth Age Concern and the Dracaena Centre.

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Run Mawnan


Falmouth Rotary Club work with local businesses to organise the event each year to raise money for local charities.

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Technology Tournament


The Rotary Technology Tournament has been running since 1989 and was rolled out nationally in 2011. The Rotary Club of Falmouth held the first one in Cornwall in 2018.

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RYLA


Rotary's objective through the youth leadership awards is to inspire and develop the confidence and ability of its candidates.

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Catering at the Castle to Castle Swim


Every June, volunteers from Falmouth Rotary cater at the Castle to Castle Swim event.

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Twinning with La Rochelle


The Rotary Club of Falmouth is twinned with the Rotary Club of La Rochelle-Aunis, France. This has brought about strong and lasting friendships which helps to advance international understanding, goodwill and peace.

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Youth Speaks


The competition, which aims to foster public speaking and confidence skills for young people, is part of a national initiative which has been supported by Falmouth Rotary for over ten years.

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Know Your Blood Pressure (KYBP) Day


Each year the Con/Voc committee organises a blood pressure testing day for the general public.

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Car Rally


The 2018 Rotary Retro Automobile Fellowship (RRAF) Tour de Normandie was organised by the Falmouth RRAF group. There were 80 participants, including Germans and Dutch as well as Brits.

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Young Chef Competition


The Rotary Young Chef Competition is a successful event organised and promoted by Rotary International in Great Britain & Ireland. The aim is to support and encourage the development of cookery skills.

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Ugandan WASH Project


The WASH project is a scheme to bring improved sanitation to Ugandan villages.

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