Penzance Rotary Photo Galleries
70 Classic British Cars on Penzance Promenade - Sunday 5th June 2022.
CLASSIC BRITISH CARS ON PENZANCE PROMENADE. To mark the Queen's 70th Jubilee, 70 British Cars, built in each of the last 70 years, will arrive on the Promenade following a 70 mile social run from Bodmin. Arrival in Penzance expected from around 1pm.Details
Penzance Rotary Business Associates
Local businesses, working together to create a stronger community.Details
Rotary Shop presents Stanhope Forbes ‘playing card’ to Penlee House Gallery & Museum.
The generous bequest of a local widow has helped to relieve financial hardship for local families and also led to the presentation of a small hand painted ‘playing card’ by Stanhope Forbes to the Penlee House Gallery and Museum.Details
Return to Bansang Hospital
Lutz and the two Davids reached Bansang Hospital in a remote area of Gambia last week after a three week journey. They are donating a Four Wheel Drive car plus a trailer full of educational items, clothing and medical aids.Details
Picnic Lunch at Tanglewood
Members and family enjoyed some late summer sunshine near Sancreed at the weekend. For most, Tanglewood was a previously unexplored delight, with its picnic areas, lakes and paths and myriad of quirky features. A 'must visit' for young families.Details
Welcome to Rtn. Robin Butler
Induction of Robin Butler as a member of the Club at our Christmas Lunch in The Queen's Hotel.Details
Epic journey to deliver motor scooters to Health Workers in Gambia
Penzance Rotarian Lutz Eiser and a friend embark upon an epic motor bike ride to privately deliver two motor scooters to Bansang in Gambia.Details
Students leading by example
Richie Payne of Mount's Bay School receives the 2018 Rotary Award for Services to the Community from Rtn. Laurie Forde – Past President of the Rotary Club of Penzance.Details
Fundraising for Cornwall Blood Bikes
The Rotary Club of Penzance recently secured a match day collection for Cornwall Blood Bikes when the Cornish Pirates recently played Bedford Blues at the Mennaye Field.Details
The Rotary Shop
The Rotary Shop is unique among Charity Shops in that it raises funds for a wide range of local community groups and charities. Tens of thousands of pounds have been distributed to a wide range of sports, welfare and community groups in the area.Details
The 2017 Rotary Ramble raised over £8,000 in just one day.
Muddy Fundraising - The tenth annual Rotary Ramble was a muddy affair but over 150 walkers took part and more than twenty good causes will benefit from more than £8,000 that has been raised.Details