Rotary Club of Truro Boscawen: Here are some of our recent activities and events.

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Tregony walk

Tregony walk

with lunch

Boscawen supports football coaching for young people

Boscawen supports football coaching for young people

We provided the young players with Rotary logo water bottles

Celtic Male Ensemble Concert, 5 May 2022

Celtic Male Ensemble Concert, 5 May 2022

At Truro School Chapel

Grand Conclusion of YOUNG WRITER 2022

Grand Conclusion of YOUNG WRITER 2022

Our National 2nd Place Presentation

The Mayor of Truro's Charity Golf Day 2022

The Mayor of Truro's Charity Golf Day 2022

Truro Golf Club, Friday 13 May.
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Event report below the pictures.

Devoran School are District Youth Speaks Winners! May16  update.

Devoran School are District Youth Speaks Winners! May16 update.

Update April 2022. Congratulations to them.
May pictures added.


About us

         Boscawen Park in mid-summer                                                                     The city from Boscawen Park

Down river from Truro (clarerphoto)


The Club's 22 active members give their time and talents to help with local and international concerns, and try to have as much enjoyment as possible in doing so.

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Events from 2020 and 2019






The Big Rotary Cornish Coastal Footpath Challenge




In August 2020 we walked the Cornish Coastal Footpath. But there was more to it than that. See the story   Here








VE75 Anniversary Walk from Lands End to London


See the page of the walk and including our Club montage in front of the Victoria Memorial.VIA THIS LINK


1000 mile Challenge: John O'Groats to Lands End


see the Page of the first week  See our photo as we celebrate the completion of our walk under the famous Lands End sign   Via This Link
Via This Link






Burns Night January 2020


Burns Night was great fun, Gyl gave "the Ode to The Haggis" in authentic voice and Kyle piped it in.
St. Petroc's Visit


We recently welcomed our St Petroc's Society friends to the club and heard about the encouraging reduction in homelessness in the county in the last 3 years.




Mooch around Mylor


Our annual post Christmas walk took us from Mylor, to the Pandora Inn and back. There were even some non walkers who went straight to the pub, but they all had genuine "sick notes"  (look closely)




Christmas Lunch at the Alverton


 Father Christmas has completed his tasks and enjoys a well earned rest.




Carol Singing at the Cathedral


We sang carols at Truro late night shopping evenings, and collected for St. Petrocs Society. We were also joined by friends and family members, and our Town Crier got the message out loud and clear.






4 October: Talk by India and Lancashire cricket legend Farokh Engineer



At the Burrell Theatre, Truro School, Farokh spoke about his career in first class cricket around the world,in aid of Mumbai street children and St Petroc's.


Cricket bats signed by the game's modern "greats" were raffled and auctioned. 


















Rotary Young Writer 2019-2020







This year's theme was "Connections". 


































  2019 RYLA Certificate presentation





At the weekly meeting on 24 September, President Raj Dhumale presented a Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) certificate to Bronwen Steward, one of this year's successful participants supported by this Club.







10 May 2019 : 22nd Annual Charity Golf Day in association with the Mayor of Truro



The Mayor of Truro (left) and all the winners


Another successful Charity Golf Day, sponsored by Truro Motor Company Volvo, enabled Rotary Club President David Hughes to present cheques for £1,200 each to three local charities: the Mayor's Charity (Addaction), St Petroc’s and Cornwall Air Ambulance. The profit on the day was of the order of £4,500, with the balance going to other charities supported by the Rotary Club. Rotary Club ladies raised over £1000 on the Grand Draw and tombola - with thanks to all generous donors and ticket purchasers!





Mayor of Truro Lindsay Southcomb;(l-r) Air Ambulance Fundraising Director; Jackie Southen; Geoff Tate (Chairman, St Petroc’s Society)