Welcome to the website of Rotary International District 1010.
We are part of an International Humanitarian Organisation working to make the World and our Community a better place.
If you are a Rotarian we hope that you will find this site useful; it aims to provide useful information for club officers and members and a convenient method of disseminating latest newsletters, bulletins and information from District Officers and district committees.
If you are not a Rotarian we invite you to explore our pages. You will find lots of information about Rotary on the national website and for information about a club near you then click on the ‘CLUB LIST’ menu button at the top of this page or the map to locate a club. If Rotary appeals to you then please feel free to contact any of the clubs in your area; they will be pleased to hear from you.
Clubs in District 1010 are proud of their past involvement in the community in addition to playing a major part in the goal of eradicating polio throughout the world — a goal now in sight with only three countries still reporting cases..
There are many different types of Club in our District, including those that meet for Breakfast, over lunch in the evening or on-line as eClubs.
If you would like to find out more why not make contact with one of clubs in the area Map with Clubs
District 1010 Scotland North covers some of the most beautiful and famous landmarks in the world such as Eilean Donan, the most photographed Castle in Scotland. We, therefore, hope that by navigating through this site you may be able to find a little bit about our District, our Rotarians and the work we do locally, nationally and internationally literally every day of the year.
Geographically, our District stretches from the Northern shores of the Firth of Forth, to the Shetland Isles in the North, and the Hebrides in the West. We have 88 Rotary Clubs with around 3000 Rotarian members. Every single area of our District has something to offer. From the green valleys and fertile fields of the south, up through the old fishing towns along the east coast and in the Highlands with their serene lochs and majestic peaks, their quiet glens and sparkling rivers where salmon abounds you will find some beautiful scenery.
Our website has been set up as an information base for those looking to find out more about Rotary as an organisation in general or who may even be looking to join this fantastic organisation. You will find that you will be made very welcome by any of the 3,000+ male and female Rotarians throughout the 88 Clubs in our massive District if you decided to drop in for a visit. In the meantime, if you want to find out more about our organisation, then click on this link to view short video that will illustrate in a few minutes exactly what we do and why Rotary may be something you want to become involved with.
The site is also our District's main communication portal for our Rotarians to find out what is going on in and around the areas of our District. So please feel free to have a look at some of the other pages which will give you an even bigger insight into the numerous strands to Rotary District 1010. We hope you find our site useful and that it will serve your needs. However, if you can't find what you are looking for or feel that the site could be improved in anyway, please contact us and give us your feedback and we will do all we can to incorporate any suggestions that will make rotary1010.org site better as the site is developed. Enjoy your visit...!
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