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The Rotary Club of Prestatyn is a friendly group of local business people and professionals who meet at the Beaches Hotel in Prestatyn every Monday at 6. 30pm.
We are part of  Rotary International which is a global network of service volunteers. It is the world's largest service organisation for business and professional people, with some 1.4 million members operating in over 200 countries world- wide. There are some 58,000 Rotarians in Great Britain and Ireland in 1,845 Clubs, helping those in need and working towards world understanding and peace. 
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Indonesian showcase event - 16th March

Prestatyn Rotarians and guests enjoyed a spectacular Indonesian Showcase on Saturday afternoon. The event was opened by Town Mayor Cllr. Bob Murray.

He and the top-table guests were greeted by a traditional Indonesian dancer performing the Pendet dance. Originally a dance of worship it is now usually performed as a welcome although does have sacred religious elements.

Members of an Indonesian community provided a sumptous feast which was enjoyed by all.

The audience were entertained by more dancing and singing before the formal part of the afternoon finished with a another traditional dance, Saman (Dance of a Thousand Hands) which is performed sitting.

The monies raised will be used to support a young lady named Jovika through nursing training in Indonesia. Jovika lives in a village on Belitung island, South Sumatra and is the eldest child of two, her brother is six years old. Her father works for the palm oil plantation and her mother stays at home looking after her grandmother. Proceeds will also be donated to an orphanage in Bandung, Indonesia, which cares for 450 children.

2023 Christmas collection

Thank you to all who donated so generously to our Christmas collection. 

Prestatyn Rotary Club recently made final donations from their 2023 Christmas Float collection.
Club President Amie Dop had chosen several good causes and was pleased to welcome representatives to our weekly meeting at The Beaches Hotel, Prestatyn.
Amy Harding is Communications Officer for Awyr Las which is our local NHS Charity. She accepted a cheque for £3,000 on behalf of the Hafod Community Mental Health Team and Glan Traeth Occupational Therapy team.

The money will be used to make the Hafod waiting room look much brighter, with comfortable seating, and improve what there is for patients to do whilst waiting. At Glan Traeth our donation will fund new items to support patients with home-based memory rehabilitation intervention. This type of therapy goes over and above what the NHS usually funds.
Woody's Lodge stands as a sanctuary for those who have valiantly served in the Armed Forces or Emergency Services, offering a warm haven where veterans and their families can find expert advice, unwavering support, camaraderie, and enduring friendships.

Accepting the cheque for £1500, Graham Jones, CEO of Woody's Lodge explained that Rotary’s donation will play a pivotal role in sustaining the critical services and programmes that Woody's Lodge offers, an investment in the lives of those who have served our nation.
Ty Gobaith is the only dedicated Children’s Hospice in North Wales. Prestatyn Rotary Club have supported the hospice many times during the past 25 years.
As with most hospices in Wales, Ty Gobaith are heavily dependent on charitable donations. They offer a wide range of services including respite care, support to young people as they transition into adulthood, antenatal and neonatal support, end of life care and immediate care after death, bereavement counselling and sibling support, and much more aside.

A cheque for £500 was presented to Ty Gobaith Area Fundraiser Vanessa Marubbi.
Finally, Rotarian Amie visited Alderhey Hospital  to present a cheque for £500 to Lily Fox and her  colleagues. Every year Alderhey provide care for over 450,000 children and young people.

The previous donation to St Kentigern Hospice meant the proceeds of the float collection totalled £6,000 thanks as always to the generosity of the public.

Litter pick news

The litter picks are back! We will have a litter pick in Prestatyn on the third Thursday of each month at 2.30pm. The first one is on Thursday 21st March at 2.30pm and all equipment is provided so why not meet us in the Beaches car park and join in.

The dates for forthcoming litter picks this year are:

  • Thursday 21st March at Barkby Beach at 2.30pm
  • Thursday 18th April at Central Beach at 2.30pm
  • Thursday 16th May at Ffrith Beach at 2.30pm
  • Thursday 20th June at Barkby Beach at 2.30pm
  • Thursday 18th July at Central Beach at 2.30pm
  • Thursday 15th August at Ffrith Beach at 2.30pm
  • Thursday 19th September at Prestatyn to Dyserth walkway Beach at 2.30pm
  • Thursday 17th October at Prestatyn to Dyserth walkway at 2.30pm

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Mondays at 6.30pm

(From 28th March 2022, we are back to face to face meetings at the Beaches Hotel. For more information, please use the contact facility at the top of this page.) Beach Road East

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