Rotary Club of Dunbar - welcome! Please scroll/swipe down through this page to find out more about us, in addition to the pages linked in the menu, top-left.
Purple Pinkie 2018
During February and March club members visited all the Primary Schools in the Dunbar areadetails
Indonesian Earthquake and Tsunami Appeal
Club members held a collection at ASDA in aid of the Indonesian Earthquake and Tsunami Appealdetails
Andy Pringle joins Dunbar Rotary Club
New member Andy Pringle was inducted into the Rotary Club of Dunbar on Monday 24th September.details
Tree Planting at Lochend Woods
Club members plant trees as part of RIBI's "Plant a Tree for Rotary" initiiative.details
The Rotary Club of Dunbar was established in 1964 and celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2014.
At present the Club has 20 members who meet regularly for dinner every
Monday evening at the Hillside Hotel in Dunbar. After the meal there is
normally a short talk by an invited speaker, or the time is given over
to discusss Club business and future projects.
The aim of Rotary is to combine fellowship and fun with service to the community. This may involve anything from fund-raising for local community groups or national/international charities to offering a helping hand to other charities or those in need. Rotary Clubs exists all over the world and Rotarians are made welcome by fellow Rotarians wherever they go.
Anyone is welcome to join us provided they are prepared to enter into the spirit of Rotary.
You can find out more about the activities of the club by clicking on "What We Do" at the top of this page, and then visiting the item NEWS AND REPORTS.
Meetings and events happening soon
Monday 19th November 18.30
Speaker Meeting (Council Meeting)
Monday 26th November 18.30
Monday 3rd December 18.30
Monday 10th December 18.30
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