Youth Activities

The Rotary Club of Falmouth's Youth Teams aim to assist in the development of Young People and help them achieve their full potential.

Planting purple bulbs for Polio in Falmouth's Queen Mary Gardens

The Rotary Club of Falmouth supports the following National Youth Competitions: Young ChefYouth Speaks; Young Debate; Young Writer and the Technology Tournament.  The Club also runs the following Youth Programmes: RotaKids and  Rotary Youth Leadership awards (RYLA) Senior.

 Whilst a club can do its own thing, we work through the local schools and are heavily reliant on the amount of support we can get from individual teachers.

 The Club also responds to local needs -  at Falmouth Primary School,  Rotary members assist with reading and provide twice a year certificates and books to “The Most Improved Reader”. We also give dictionaries to Year 5 pupils. The Club also supports Young Carers with individual grants though Kernow Carers and a “Kids Out Day”. Our committee works hard to promote “Kids Watch Out” and a cookery class, Cooking On A Budget, for pupils who are going up to University the following year.

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Young Chef Competition

more The Rotary Young Chef Competition is a successful event organised and promoted by Rotary International in Great Britain & Ireland. The aim is to support and encourage the development of cookery skills.

Youth Speaks 2022

Youth Speaks

more The competition, which aims to foster public speaking and confidence skills for young people, is part of a national initiative which has been supported by Falmouth Rotary for over ten years.

RYLA candidate 2023


more Rotary's objective through the youth leadership awards is to inspire and develop the confidence and ability of its candidates.

Cooking Day Class

Cooking On A Budget

more A basic cooking skills course for young people about to leave home

Technology Tournament

more The Rotary Technology Tournament has been running since 1989 and was rolled out nationally in 2011. The Rotary Club of Falmouth held the first one in Cornwall in 2018.

Watch Out cover

Kids Watch Out!

more This project aims to empower young children regarding safety in today's society

Tony Robinson receives cheque from Mayor for Young Carers

Young Carers

more Rotary Club of Falmouth work with the Kernow Young Carers charity to monitor requests for financial assistance.