We are Pembroke Rotary
Our latest project is arranging for old or unused laptops to be refurbished and passing them on to local schools to help children with home schooling.
Have a laptop that might be useful? Ring 01646 601335 and let us know.
Thank you for taking the time to look at our website and do please visit our Posts page for a more in-depth look at what we do. POSTS
Our current Laptop Project has generated 34 refurbished computers – laptops and all in one machines – which have gone to two local schools to help with home schooling. Our Post page has more details and photos.
We are excited to be offering three Club Youth Competitions this year – Young Artist, Young Writer and Young Photographer – all with the same theme “Our World after Covid”. Please click on the link below for an Information Pack and Entry Forms.
Youth Competitions 2021 Info Pack and Entry Forms
Our Club belongs to Rotary International – the world’s largest organisation for professional men and women. As Rotarians we all want to give something back to our local community whilst supporting national and international initiatives. Currently we have 26 members and welcome like minded people of any age who have fresh ideas and enthusiasm to join us in making a difference.
In normal times we meet every Thursday to eat together and plan our activities. At the moment though we are meeting virtually using Zoom software. Our President is Paul Harries who took over from Gavin Lloyd back in July. Paul is keen to support local organisations especially during the current Covid-19 situation – see Pembroke Rotary – working in a different way and is busy supporting our members through our weekly Zoom meetings and planning for when the Club can resume its usual activities. Paul joined the Club in 2008 and is an Optometrist in Carmarthen.
Visit the Posts page for Club news and the other pages to see how our Club and Rotary make a difference and if you want to get in touch please use the form on the last page or the contact details below. We would love to hear from you.
(The gorgeous purple crocuses in the picture above commemorate the Rotary global campaign to End Polio – since 1985 Rotary’s key humanitarian priority. These are local and planted by our Club a couple of years ago).