The purple crocus represents the purple pinkie - the purple dyed little finger of children who get immunised agaianst polio on the immunisation days around the world.
Our efforts tie in with many other Rotary clubs who mark World Polio Day (24th October) such as Saltram who light up Smeatons Tower in purple.
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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.more
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 Augustmore
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.more
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.more