Weekly Meetings

The Falmouth Rotary Club meets each Monday lunchtime at the Greenbank Hotel.

Sept 2023

DG David Glover joined the club for lunch and an update about District activities. He stressed the need to work together to facilitate better commmunication between clubs.

July 2023

The Club has changed its meeting format. We will only meet formally for lunch twice a month. One meeting (2nd Monday in the month) will have a speaker, the other meeting (4th Monday in the month) will be a Business meeting. The other Rotary meetings will be informal fellowship meetings.

June 6th 2022

New member Janet Moule inducted into the Club by Past President Glenn Wilkes.

Sept 6th 2021

At last we have returned to face-to-face meetings after 18 months! Members enjoyed lunch and a drink and a catch-up on news.

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The Rotary Club of Falmouth celebrated its centenary on Sunday 29th May 2022.


The Falmouth Rotary Club meets each Monday lunchtime at the Greenbank Hotel.


Falmouth Rotary are committed to helping the environment.


Welcome from the President of the Rotary Club of Falmouth UK 2023-2024

Fundraising barbecues

The Rotary Club of Falmouth organise a number of events and activities to raise money for charity. These include quizzes, wine tasting, fun runs, race nights and barbecues. We also cater at a number of events including the Castle to Castle Swim.


The Rotary Club of Falmouth support charities such as Shelterbox, Air Ambulance, Age Concern, Dracaena Centre, Salvation Army and the Cornwall Hospices.

Falmouth Rotarian volunteers at the Falmouth Tall Ships event in August 2023.

The Rotary Club of Falmouth participates in the community in a number of different ways. Whether it be volunteering to support local events, litter picking, or manning the collection tins for Charity at Christmas, we strive to help out in our local area.

Shelterbox Donations

The International team deals with the Club's charitable aims overseas.

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

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

End Polio planting by Falmouth Primary pupils

Foundation is Rotary International's own charity, responsible for large, strategic projects such as the worldwide Eradication of Polio campaign.

Evening meeting presentation

Membership Committee is tasked with locating members of the local Community who would benefit from and enhance service within the Rotary movement.

lunch at Budock Vean

Fellowship is an important part of Rotary. We meet and have fun with our Club members and other Rotarians.