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BODMIN FIREWORK DISPLAY

BODMIN FIREWORK DISPLAY

Annual Event REPORT on the evening.
Presentation Evening Mon. 26th Feb. 2024

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BODMIN CLUB LOCAL ACTIVITIES

BODMIN CLUB LOCAL ACTIVITIES

LATEST
What have members been doing.... UPDATED

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WORLD POLIO DAY - Collection at Morrisons

WORLD POLIO DAY - Collection at Morrisons

2023 Collection at Morrisons - Helping us to End Polio.... REPORT....

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About us

 

The Rotary Club of Bodmin has been active for over 70 years and currently has 27 members representing a wide range of local business and professions - Brief Club History.

Bodmin town is situated in Mid Cornwall embracing beautiful  Countryside and Moorland within a short distance of the sea.

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 We will always be here to help if we can - contact us using the 'contact link'  or speak to any member of Bodmin Rotary  Club  (Or write c/o The Westberry Hotel, Rhind St., Bodmin )

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SOME OLD POSTS MAY REMAIM ON THIS PAGE IN ORDER THAT VISITORS TO OUR SITE CAN SEE SOME OF THE CLUB'S ACTIVIITIES OVER PAST 12 Months.

 

<<  NEW PRESIDENT for 2023/24  >>

President: Rtn. Neil Carter

The Rotary year runs from July to July so at our meeting on July 5th 2023 Su Tune, handed over the (incredibly heavy) chain of office and job of President of Bodmin Rotary Club to Neil Carter. He will be ably assisted by Dave Jenkins as President Elect (essentially a Vice President role) and Dave will be President next year.

We thank Su for her energy, tenacity and resourceful leadership this past year and wish Neil every good wish, lots of luck and fun in his year as President . We also fondly remembered Phil Gale who was to have been our President this year but sadly passed away earlier in the year. And not to forget all of the other Rotary Officers and members of Bodmin Rotary Club who put so much time and effort into making a difference in our community.




President Rtn. Neil Carter



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Vise President Rtn. David Jenkins.






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Most recent:

“We are delighted to welcome Carolyn Screech and Amelia Hill as our latest new members.  Carolyn and her husband Tom started The Screech Owl Sanctuary.  They are now retired, but still very active in the community. Carolyn now runs the Bodmin and Wadebridge Cancer Cafes, two groups set up to provide support to those affected by cancer.  Amelia is our youngest member by some margin and her work with children will help to give us a fresh perspective on our work with young people in Bodmin.  Both Amelia and Carolyn bring a lot of valuable talents and ideas to the club and we can’t wait for them to get involved in our projects.”




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Happening soon...

Wed, Jun 5th 2024 7:00 pm

CLUB WEEKLY MTG. + Business Mtg.

Meal and Meeting at Westberry Hotel.

BODMIN -  D-Day 80th Celebrations

Thu, Jun 6th 2024 8:00 pm -

BODMIN - D-Day 80th Celebrations

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Bodmin Town Council Event....

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CLUB WEEKLY MTG. + Club Council

Wed, Jun 12th 2024 7:00 pm

CLUB WEEKLY MTG. + Club Council

Meal and Meeting at Westberry Hotel.

Wed, Jun 19th 2024 7:00 pm

CLUB WEEKLY MTG. (Speaker)

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Meal and Meeting at Westberry Hotel.

BODMIN HOSPITAL FETE

Sat, Jun 22nd 2024 1:00 pm -

BODMIN HOSPITAL FETE

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Organised by Hospital League of Friends

Wed, Jun 26th 2024 7:00 pm

CLUB WEEKLY MTG.

Meal & meeting at the Westberry Hotel.

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Wednesdays at 1830 for 1900

(Partners 5th Wed T.B.A.) Rhind St.

Bodmin
PL31 2EL  01208 72772

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