Llantwit Major ( Llanilltud Fawr in the Welsh Language) is a small coastal town with a population of around 14,000, in the Vale of Glamorgan area of South East Wales. The town grew up around a monastery which was founded in the 5th century by Saint Illtud as a centre of Christian learning, which is reputed to have been the first university in the world. The town possesses a medieval town hall, the ruins of a manor house, and a historic church as well as the foundations of a Roman Villa. Llantwit has grown considerably in recent years, but the winding narrow and high-walled streets of the town centre still preserve its ancient character.
The Rotary Club of Llantwit Major was founded in 1981 and strives to embody the Rotary International motto of Service above Self. The 30 or so club members are drawn from many different business areas and professions. The club is involved in many community, national and international projects, but members still manage to enjoy themselves through fellowship.
We meet on Mondays at 7.00 for 7.30pm(Currently some meetings on a Monday are virtual via Zoom. On third and fourth Tuesdays of the month the meetings are held face to face. See schedule for details.) Exploring new meeting venues in Llantwit Major
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