Saltash Rotary Club is part of Rotary International a worldwide organisation of men and women who work together to give service to others locally, nationally and internationally. Rotarians commit time to practical hands-on work such as organising events like Youth Speaks, Young Chef, Kids Out and Santa's sleigh, supporting local initiatives - May Fair, The Christmas Parade and the Saltash Regatta. Fund raising helps to pay for these local good causes plus significant projects in other less developed countries giving clean water, shelter, schooling, replacement limbs and relief from diseases like polio and malaria. We are planning to be exceptionally busy with us helping numerous charities and organisations in the Saltash area.  We certainly appreciate the support from the people of Saltash, who without them, we would not be successful.  Please click on the Youth pages to read Archie Townsend's winning story in the Rotary Young writer competition.  Archie received Highly Commended in the National Competition as well as winning the Junior Section of our District 1175 competition.  WELL DONE Archie. One of our new President Bill's first task was to unveil the new Defibrillator at the Ashtorre Rock.  Saltash Rotary helped fund the installation of this together with the generous people of the Ashtorre Rock.  Photos below.  There is to be a third Defibrillator at Appleby Westward which Jack Phelan has raised money for.  Jack was our inspiration for the first one we funded and opened in Fore Street last year.  With Christmas approaching this year Santa has been booked for the whole of December in the run up to Christmas starting at the Saltash Light switch on this taking place on Saturday 2nd December 2017