Social Events

The club enjoys quarterly social evenings like Pub Quizes, Ten Pin Bowling, Barbeques, Fish & Chip Suppers or other activities with a focus on socialising.

Summer BBQ in aid of International Committee projects.

Thank you to Nick and Helga for hosting our summer BBQ (28th July 2019) in aid of our International Committee's work. Thanks too, to Lutz and Ted for cooking and to all those who provided food.

The duty of serving communities both near and far is, as you can see, one that we enjoy fulfilling in a most sociable way.

Wine and tonic tasting.

Members and partners took time out from their usual community support activities for some liquid refreshment.

An evening of wine and tonic (not together) tasting was organised by Rotarian Robin at The Field House in Trewellard. Thank you to Viv for the wonderful food too.

A good time was had by all - and it was purely educational you understand.

Rotary Quiz nights are held at The Yacht Inn

The Logan Rock Inn, Treen or The Yatch Inn, Penzance provide us with the venue for popular and well supported events. Any funds raised are usually to support charitable the work of others, for example Shelterbox, the Spinal Injuries Association or Cornwall Hospice Care.

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Photo-Talk on Old Penzance

more Making use of a fifth Friday in the month, the Club held an evening supper with a talk to accompany a Slide Show with around 100 photographs of Old Penzance.

Rotary District Skittles Tournament

more Penzance Rotary Club v Cober Valley Rotary Club at The Blue Anchor pub in Helston.

Picnic Lunch at Tanglewood

more Members and family enjoyed some late summer sunshine near Sancreed at the weekend. For most, Tanglewood was a previously unexplored delight, with its picnic areas, lakes and paths and myriad of quirky features. A 'must visit' for young families.

Guided tour of the Penzance Jewish Cemetery

more A small group of Penzance Rotary Club members and partners enjoyed Keith Pearce's fascinating insight into the history of what is considered to be the best preserved Georgian Jewish Cemetery outside London.