Welcome to the Web page of the Rotary Club of Falkirk. If you scroll to the bottom of the page you can see what we are doing at our meetings.
Speakers & Presentations at the Club
The people who gave up their time to speak to us on a variety of interesting topicsdetails
Beginning to look like they should! Just the buffers to go! Many thanks to Andrew who removed the old buffers this morning.details
Light up Falkirk For Polio
To celebrate World Polio Day on the 24th October we are lighting Falkirk Purpledetails
Service Above Self and One Profits Most Who Serves Best
We would like to extend a
warm welcome to everyone
to the Rotary Club of Falkirk web site.
We support many local, national and international charitable causes. Click here for more information about Rotary
Our Club meets weekly for fellowship, discuss the club's business agenda, lunch and a presentation from a guest speaker
We are an active and vibrant club. We are always looking for new members and we would be delighted to welcome you to one of our weekly meetings if you wish to find out more about Rotary and our Club in particular.
Pictured above is a photograph of Club members taken in 1933 , kindly donated by Ms Dawn Durrant
Members of Rotary Club of Falkirk 2015
The town of Falkirk is home for many attractions including:
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Meetings and events happening soon
Thursday 21st November 12.30
regular weekly meeting
Martin Strang will address the Club about his medals in the British and The World Transplant Games and the Community Achievement Award will be presented
Thursday 28th November 12.30
regular weekly meeting
This is our annual Special General Meeting
Thursday 5th December 12.30
Regular weekly meeting
David White from Falkirk Community Trust will address the Club.
Thursday 12th December 12.15
Annual Christmas Lunch
The lunch will be in the Grange Manor Hotel and William McIntyre local Lawyer and Author will be the speaker
Thursday 19th December 12.30
This is our last meeting of the year
The custom is that a local Cleric will deliver the Christmas message.
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