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Nithsdale Times Online Edition
"The Nithsdale Times" is going electronic during the Covid-19 pandemic to continue supplying local news and service's to the local people.details
Norman Brough Joins the Team
President Michael Welcomes Norman to The Rotary Club of Thornhill and Districtdetails
Rotarian Michael Keene Takes Over as President 2019-2020
Local businessman and a member of the club for ten years takes the chair for 2019-2020details
New recruit Gillian joins Rotary
The Rotary Club of Thornhill and District welcomes Gillian Ross as their newest memberdetails
Zooming in on the MacKinnon Collection with Blake Milteer
Recently, Wednesday 10-06-2020 Blake Milteer joined our weekly online Zoom meeting. Blake, Curator of photography for the The National Galleries of Scotland oversees the MacKinnon Collection of historic Scottish photographsdetails
Frank Williamson Rejoins us at our Weekly Zoom Meeting
Recently, Wednesday 17th June 2020 we welcomed back Rotarian Frank Williamson, Frank who was a fellow member and Past President of Thornhill Clubdetails
UK Government announced that everyone in the UK should now avoid non-essential contact with others and unnecessary travel. People are also being asked to work from home where they possibly can, and avoid pubs, clubs, theatres and social venues.
In the light of this advice it has been decided to suspend all club meetings and events until further notice, we will of course be closely monitoring the situation and will advise accordingly.
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40th ANNIVERSARY CHARTER DINNER CELEBRATIONS
Over 70 Rotarians and friends of the Rotary Club of Thornhill and District recently celebrated the 40th anniversary of the club receiving its charter from Rotary International. The venue for this milestone event in the life of the Thornhill Club was the prestigious Drumlanrig Castle.
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Meetings & Venue
Where and when:
We meet weekly: 18:30 for 19:00 (Meal orders 18:45 latest)
@ The Thornhill Inn
103-106 Drumlanrig Street
Thornhill. Dumfries and Galloway.
DG3 5LU Tel: 01848 330326 Fax: 01848 331713 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org