Pembroke Rotary Club celebrated the 6th year of running its Community Raffle on Saturday 23rd November. The event was again organised by Rotarian Bernie Scourfield. Working with new school Ysgol Harri Tudur the Grand Draw involved drawing eleven prizes from … Read the rest
Assistant Governor Mary and husband Huw received a great welcome at Pembroke Rotary recently when they came to give a presentation on the Rotary Ride in India in January. 2400km were covered in a trip that lasted 14 days between … Read the rest
We had a really good day at the Pembroke Show in Lamphey. Resplendent in new yellow Rotary T shirts club members manned our stand which highlighted Shelterbox (disaster relief) and entertained the crowds with our games Wine or Water and … Read the rest
Started by a Rotary club, Shelterbox is now a charitable organisation in its own right delivering immediate relief to disaster areas around the world.
The box contains the essentials families need to begin rebuilding their lives after disaster. Rotary clubs … Read the rest
Unfortunately in the end, only two of our RYLA candidates were able to go to the Storey Arms Outward Bound Centre near Brecon this year. The amazing weather added to the memorable experiences near Pen y Fan where the RYLA … Read the rest
At its Handover Meeting in July President Robert McLaren welcomed Gavin Lloyd as the new President for the Rotary year of 2019/20. Gavin thanked Robert for his year in office and said “It is a great privilege and a … Read the rest
Rotary strongly encourages personal development for all young people and Pembroke Rotary supports the ‘Rotary Young Leaders Awards’ (RYLA) course which develops confidence, social awareness and leadership skills. Outdoor activities, problem solving challenges and social activities make for a … Read the rest
Our last fundraiser was “A Night at the Proms” concert by the CPO (Cardiff Philharmonic Orchestra) at Folly Farm on the 6th April.
Our Club has been bringing this musical opportunity performed by the CPO to the people of Pembrokeshire
New this year is the Technical Tournament competition. Eight schools with 28 teams of all ages met at Pembrokeshire College on the 28th March. The brief was to design and build a crane to travel a set distance to pick