Membership, Classification & Information


Did you know...

·         Rotary International is a world-wide service organisation.  It was founded in 1905 and is recognised as the worlds first volunteer service organisation

·         There are 1.2 million Rotarians world-wide, in more than 34,000 Rotary clubs in over 200 countries

·         Rotarians are men and women of all ages and backgrounds who join us either as volunteers or members or both.  

·         A Rotarian’s commitment is to Service Above Self, and they volunteer their service in support of communities at home and abroad to support education and job training, provide clean water, combat hunger, improve health and sanitation, and eradicate polio

·         In partnership with the World Health Organisation and with financial support from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation since 1985, Rotarians have been active in helping to rid the world of polio.  That job is very, very close to completion  

·         There are 1,500 Rotarians in Devon in 50 Rotary clubs.

Rotary gives you the opportunity to give something back, give hope to communities and make lives worthwhile and fulfilled.- Rotarians have fun and make new friends at the same time. Members are all in agreement that Rotary opens doors to a better world.

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Presentation to Torbay Scout Group

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School leavers at Barton Hill Academy pictured with their Dictionaries For Life.

Torquay Rotary Club is now part of the school 'families' at both Barton Hill Academy and Ellacombe Academy.

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Philip White, chairman of the Clive Olney fund trustees, hands over the cheque for �15,242 to Torquay Rotary Club president Roger Avenall, accompanied by, from left, Brian Chudley, Clive�s widow Jackie, and John Flude.

The Clive Olney Trust hands over its assets to the Rotary Club of Torquay.

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Torwood Gardens

Rotary Club of Torquay sensory garden

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The St James Hotel and Restaurant where the Rotary Club of Torquay first met in September 1920.

Torquay harbourside probably around 1930 First meeting place of the Rotary Club of Torquay, September 1920. The building is now known as Harbour Point

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House committee.

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Fellowship and Special Activities

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