Rotary Club of Glasgow - welcome!

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Presentation to the Doddie Weir Foundation

Presentation to the Doddie Weir Foundation

This year's charity walk was in aid of the Doddie Weir Foundation to fund research and support for those suffering from Motor neuron disease.


About us

Lunch meetings are now being held in the Campanile Hotel, 10 Tunnel Street, Glasgow, G3 8HL.

We are always pleased to welcome Rotarians and guests to our meetings.

Past-President Jack Steele has completed The History of the First One Hundred Years of the Rotary Club of Glasgow.  This magnificent book can be downloaded by clicking here:

Please submit apologies to Alistair by 10.00am on Monday using this email address: or by telephone

It would assist if members who are bringing guests and visiting Rotarians could also use the 'apologies' link.

Information on membership of the Club can be obtained from
and of the Satellite Club at

Please click on this link to download a small leaflet about the Club and Satellite Club.


To find out more about our activities and the Rotary Club please use the contact button under links by clicking the three bars on the top lefthand section of the home page.. 

 Potential new members, both individual and corporate, are most welcome.  
We would be delighted to hear from you. 


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Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Tuesdays at 12:30 pm for 1.00 pm

Campanile Hotel
10 Tunnel St,
G3 8HL  0141 287 7700

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