FAQ's

Please find below some of the more frequently asked questions.


Frequently Asked Questions

What does the club do?

We plan, deliver and support projects which help our local community and communities around the world, while at the same time having fun and making new friends and networks.

Our club has regular meetings which differ from week to week and are held at the Smithaeligh Hotel near Lee Mill.  We normally have one business meeting a month, when we discuss what projects we are currently planning and the charities which we are supporting. Other weeks we have very interesting speakers from various charities, businesses, and also fellow Rotarians, which extend our knowledge of local and international projects.

We also have regular social events and this gives us a chance to get to know other club members and ultimately build friendships.

There are also activities out of the club meetings which support projects from our club and others, these can range from dinner dances, themed evenings, gardening, helping in the community and also attending district events such as assemblies and council meetings where you can interact with Rotary and Rotarians at a wider level.

What activities will I be involved in?

You can be involved in as little or as much as you like. The club has different committees and you will be encouraged to get involved with one of these each year. You can choose the committee to match your area of expertise or you may want to pick one which you are interested in supporting but have never been involved in before.

The committees include:

  • New Generations (Youth Activities)
  • Foundation (Rotary

'What We Do' Main Pages:

Our club response to Co-Vid

What we have tried to do in response to these uncertain times.

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Following a talk by Steve Stewart from the CWGC, members of our club (and the public) have been asked to assist with stewarding of the Poppy Wave which will be on show at the CWGC Plymouth Naval Memorial from August

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After expenses/costs have been deducted, we are pleased to announce that we are able to donate £3,793 to good causes this year.

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As we celebrate National Volunteers Week, our club are promoting the efforts of a volunteer who has helped our club out this year.

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We will be shortly starting our 2019 Christmas Collections

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Like many Rotary clubs around the UK, our club have marked World Polio Day.

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Due to Covid we are having to do things slightly differently this year.

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Our 2017 Christmas collections have seen a record amount collected for charity and other local/Rotary supported causes.

Our 2017 Christmas collections have seen a record amount collected for charity and other local/Rotary supported causes.

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Our 2019/20 Club PResident has chosen the Rotary End Polio Now campaign as his main charity for his year in office.

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At our club meeting on the 9th August, President George has the honour of inducting not one but two Honarary Members into the club.

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As part of the 2020 Great British Beach Clean, Plympton Rotary once again teamed up with the Marine Conservation Society on Saturday 19th September to undertake a beach clean at Bovisand Beach near Plymouth.

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Details have been released of our Plympton Christmas Collections. Please keep an eye on our Facebook page for more details

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Four teams from Boringdon Primary and two from Heles School took part in our local Plympton Heat of the Rotary Youth Speaks Competition on 17th January

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President George has chosen a charity which the members have literally taken to their hearts in Heartswell SW.

President George has chosen a charity which the members have literally taken to their hearts.

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Are you interested in joining Rotary or just finding out more about us? Here you can find details on how you can join the Rotary Club of Plympton - or Rotary in general.

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This page has been created for all of those who are not actually members of our club but who participate in (or wish to participate in)club activities and/or events. We aim to use this page to keep you up to date on club activities.

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The tabs on the right will take you to the various news stories for our club. You can also find out more about what is going on by visiting our Facebook page or clicking under the various sections in the "What We Do" section above.

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Please find below some of the more frequently asked questions.

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Details on our clubs efforts towards Rotary's End Polio campaign can be found on these pages.

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Details of some of our events raising funds for the community or just providing some form of service.

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