Pengarth Day Centre cares for the eldery.

. . . and Rotarians care about their communities.
In Sept. 2018 a delegation of Penzance Rotarians attended Pengarth Day Care Centre to remind themselves of the invaluable service that the centre provides to the elderly people of the Penzance area.

Penzance Rotary President Matt Martens presents funds to Pengarth Trustee Eric Parton.

The Club's recent highly successful Vintage and Classic Car Rally on Penzance Promenade raised funds for both Penlee RNLI and Pengarth Day Centre. A further donation of funds raised by The Rotary Community Shop in Penzance was added and Club President Matt Martens had the pleasurable task of handing over £600 to assist the Day Centre.

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Penzance Rotary President Matt Martens presents funds to Pengarth Trustee Eric Parton.

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back The club undertakes fundraising through a variety of activities and through the Rotary Community Shop at the top of Market Jew Street. Funds are donated to a wide range of community groups & charities. Request a Grant Application Form through this page.