Rotary Club of Callington - welcome! Please scroll/swipe down through this page to find out more about us, in addition to the pages linked in the menu, top-left.
Donation To Plymouth Soup Run Team
£450 Donated to the local Plymouth Soup Run Team that provides hot meals to the homeless in Plymouth.details
We are supporting the fight against Crohns disease after a sterling presentationdetails
Callington Rotary Club were instrumental in creating the first "Memory Cafe" within the Callington district.details
Our overseas project
An ongoing project to providing clean water and food for children in Tanzania.details
President Bob Wade presenting a cheque for £1,200 to the representatives from Chrohns and Colitis UK charity.
Congratulation! The Runner Up for our Youth Speak Competition was
“Callington Primary School - Team Red” with Speaker, Olivia, talking about, “The Perils
of Plastics”. Chairperson was Zion,who recieved the Judges’
Award for Best Chairperson. Samuel gave the Vote of Thanks.
The Winner was “Callington Primary School - Team Blue”. Chairperson was Alice, who also won the award for best Chairperson. The Speaker, Lily was voted Best Speaker on the subject of “The Dangers of Fizzy Drinks”. The Vote of Thanks was proposed by Chloe. Good luck to both teams who go forward to the Area Heat to take place at Mount Kelly College on 21st Feb at Mount Kelly College.
Well done Alexander!
Winner of the Callington Young Photographer Competition
A donation to our local charity CHICKs at our Presidents Night
We are proud to support this worthwhile cause.
How do I contact the Callington Rotary Club?
If you would like more information on Rotary, or are interested in possibly becoming a member of our club, please contact our Membership Secretary, Roy Barraclough using the "Join Rotary" button at the upper right hand side of this page.
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Meetings and events happening soon
Wednesday 26th February 17.45
Creating a mental health friendly workplace
In 2016 £34.9 billion was lost by business because of mental ill health. Find out how you can address this problem.details
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