We're delighted to say the abseil is now full, so registration has been closed.
Rotary Forth Bridge Abseil 2018
Abseil from the Forth Bridge and raise £150 for charity
Sunday 1st July 2018
Abseil from one of Scotland’s best known landmarks, now a World Heritage Site, courtesy of Network Rail and Balfour Beatty.
We offer a high-level adventure under the direction of expert instructors - experience the thrill of vertically descending165ft from the Forth Rail Bridge at South Queensferry.
This year’s adopted charities are:
Edinburgh Children's Hospital Charity and The Yard
The event is open to a number of other charities. You can see a full list of participating charities on our website.
• No previous abseiling experience necessary
• Commemorative certificate and t-shirt
• Minimum age 16 years. People aged under 18
must have parental consent
• No upper age limit or weight restriction,
but participants must be in good general health
• £30 non-refundable deposit per person to enter
• Minimum of £150 further sponsorship required
We will be collecting in aid of End Polio Now on Saturday 14 April at Tesco, please support us and help us eradicate this dreadful disease.
Senior Citizens' Concert 16 March 2018
President Neil opened the evening by welcoming everyone to the concert, he then handed over to Dr Douglas Stuart MBE who was our MC.
Douglas introduced our first act - students from Queensferry High School playing a mixture of classical and modern tunes. The choir then delighted the audience when they sang some beautiful songs from musicals. Ferry Blend then treated us to a medley of songs - both old and new.
The raffle was drawn during the interval, and our thanks go to Rotarians Derek Clark and Pete McHale whose companies donated all the raffle prizes. Scotmid donated all the teas and coffees - which was appreciated by one and all, and we are very grateful to them for their kind donation.
After the interval, the mood changed a little as we heard some delightfully traditional Scottish songs from Home Groan. Afterwards, Bel Canto - a quintet from Aberdeenshire brought back memories with music from Gershwin and our very own Norman Watson sang the very evocative and provocative Ol' Man River. The evening was rounded off by rousing music from the Queensferry Community Brass Band - during which a long service medal of 50 years was made to Mr Dennis Denning by Mr Dan Harrison.
At the end of the evening, President Elect Sandy thanked everyone for coming and making the evening such a success
Rotary Club of South Queensferry
Trust Fund Charity Number SCO2 5363
Meetings and events happening soon
Thursday 26th April 18.45
Photographic Competition 2018
Photographic Competition - Partners' Evening.
The topic this year is "Light".
Raffle - Robert Farrelly.
Reception - Grainger Falconer / Eric Proven.
Thursday 3rd May 18.45
Thursday 10th May 18.45
lRaffle - Neil McKinlay.
Reception - Robert Farrelly / Enrico Prentice.
Thursday 17th May 18.45
Raffle - David Batty.
Reception - Stewart Hutchieson / Jim McCulloch.
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