Who We Are

The Rotary Club of Pembroke is part of a world-wide organisation made up of 1.2 million Rotarians in 34,000 clubs in 200 countries.
Rotary is one of the world’s largest charitable organisations. Its resources, together with the abilities and commitment of its members, are used to support major international programmes.  Did you know that Rotary has contributed over a billion dollars to the ‘End Polio Now’ campaign which is eradicating the scourge of polio from this planet?  The symbol for the End Polio Now campaign is the purple crocus.   To mark our Club’s on-going contribution to the campaign here is our display of crocuses at Scolton Manor.


However, every Rotary club is an autonomous, self-run group.   Our Club members all share a commitment to our local community.

Where We Meet

We meet weekly at either the Lamphey Hall Hotel (lunch meeting on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays or evening meeting at The Helm, Pembroke Dock on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays) to enjoy a good meal, good company, and to plan and manage the club’s activities.