An event to clean up the footpaths to Haytor on Dartmoor. Volunteers met at the Haytor Visitors Centre and worked for several hours helping the Rangers and Dartmoor Volunteers to clear tons of Gorse and Ferns from the public access footpaths.Details
Club members planted Crocus Corms at the Roborough roundabout on a damp Sunday morningDetails
The RYLA program is a life changing experience for 18-28yo sponsored by business or Roborough Rotary.If you know of someone who may benefit from such a course please contact us be they from your Business or just someone you whose future could be enhanced!Details
So really great to see the 800 and 1000 box be sent with funding from our Club. This has helped and promoted the education of more than 25000 students in many places around the world. http://literacyboxtrust.org.uk/Details
Roborough is an open group with women, men, younger and older working together, learning from each other and enjoying life. We reach out to other organisations and other Rotary groups to work together to achieve more than we could on our own. You could also achieve more working with us.
Yes we help Santa in the community - which enables us to financially support many local organisation, especially with an emphasis on the young, but this is more than a fundraiser! We ensure that for the children we meet it is a positive experience.
Scotland has St Andrews (and Burns); the Welsh have St David; the Irish have St Patrick; the Cornish their St Piran; each has a special day. Working with several local organisations Roborough has now established a celebration of St Georges Day. See our diary for more details.
The charity Literacy in a Box was set up from, and has the full support of Roborough Rotary. They work with us, other Rotary Clubs and schools to raise funds for and awareness of the needs of children in other countries where education is less easy to obtain than in the UK. Follow the link above to find out more.
Our meetings provide an insight into ideas that we may not otherwise come across in our lives and a great opportunity to socialise and discuss ‘network’ in it’s original and best sense.
Let us know if you would like to know more - we would be happy to show you more of what we do and to offer you the opportunity to consider joining us if you wished.
We meet on Tuesdays at 12.30(NOTE- WE MEET ON THE FIRST AND THIRD ONLY- Fifth Tuesday meetings are arranged away from our usual point - please see our diary to confirm) The King's Arms, Tamerton Foliot Road, Plymouth, PL5 4NH
Be part of a global network of volunteers, trying to make the world a better place. Please also see the 'links & news' page for information from the local district and live feeds from Rotary International and Rotary International in GB&I.