Welcome, from GLASGOW NORTH & BISHOPBRIGGS ROTARY - you can drop in & see what we do, during the 'covid-19' issue, we meet online. We are always looking for 'volunteers' to help make a difference.
6:30 pm WELCOME to ROTARY
A massive WELCOME to anyone who wishes to provide a 'service above self' to the community - locally; nationally and internationallydetails
ZOOM meeting - Quiz Night
A fun filled evening; to tantalise the brain.... and get you thinking, come and join us - you may wish to send a donation to The 'Culinary Ability Awards'... any contribution is completely voluntary...details
YRSFG - Your Rotary Satellite Facebook Group
Using social media - an opportunity to network and 'MAKE A DIFFERENCE' - for when you are so busy, you are unable to join with the regular meetings https://www.facebook.com/jshjmbe/details
Culinary Ability Chefs - satellite
A satellite of Glasgow North & Bishopbriggs Rotary, aimed at those involved with Culinary Abilities & those with disabilities training to follow a career in Hospitality & catering.details
Our 'NEW' Honorary member
The Rt Hon The Lord Provost and Lord Lieutenant Philip Braat agreed and accepted an invitation to be a Honorary member of our 'satellite' - Culinary Ability Chefs-NRG Rotary, as well as a Honorary Member of Glasgow North & Bishopbriggs Rotary.details
Location - 'Currently meeting online'
due to covid-19 restrictions.
The ROTARY is located just beyond the north boundary of Glasgow, in the adjacent suburb of Bishopbriggs, we meet in the local Restaurant - The Eagle Lodge / OREGANO which is situated at 2 Hilton Road, Bishopbriggs - check the 'Google' map for directions. **NOTE** during the 'covid-19' restrictions, we are meeting online, via ZOOM. Please contact me if you wish to drop-in.
Welcome to the website of Glasgow North & Bishopbriggs Rotary. If you have any problems using the site or if you wish to contribute material, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org - the Rotary President for session 2020/21 is Cameron (Cami) Brown.
We are quite a dynamic group, currently working on various 'development plans for the future'. 'ROTARY OPENS OPPORTUNITIES'. Rotary can be a help to you, as we move forward and strive to make a difference in the Glasgow North & Bishopbriggs communities. We also have a 'satellite group' the 'CULINARY ABILITY CHEFS'; we can arrange to create other specific groups to try and meet your needs.
WHAT IS ROTARY?
Volunteers from those in the local communities of Glasgow North; Glasgow North/East; the greater Glasgow North / East Quadrant, including Bishopbriggs; etc.. Rotary provide a quiet 'Service Above Self' in the community, we would like to grow involvment during the next few years. As Rotary opens opportunities for others.
Thank you to our tremendous 'supporters' in all our ventures & activities, if you wish to be a part of the continuing 'ROTARY' activities & presence in the community, please do not hesitate to contact us. YOU WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE.
'Rotary International' - suits those already active in the community & 'making a difference' - who do not have much free time while fully involved (providing a Rotary type - service) in another group or organisation, but wish to assist & support ROTARY in its various voluntary service activities - locally; nationally & internationally.
We are flexible enough to have a 'Corporate Members' ; 'Family Members' ; School Cluster Members' & 'Community Groups Members' who can nominate up to 4 (four) representatives to rotate attendance, to ease time pressures on individuals. Can you give up to 2 hours a month? If so, let us know.
There are a range of, competitive events; charitable giving projects; networking opportunities; fundraising activities with partner groups (NOTE:- we do not have funds to give away, we assist groups to raise funds with the time we have to give); the list is extensive, therefore worthy of exploration.
If you CLICK on the 'links to other sites' from the menu below - you will have a choice of a number of short video's that will give you a flavour of some of the ROTARY activities - please enjoy watching those.
As part of our development for the future, we would like to collaborate with you to build on the many activities within Rotary that cater for the 'Youth in the Community' - any youth organisations; business network groups; parents organisations; emergency service groups - i.e. Fire / Police / Ambulance / etc; to form in 'Kelvin College; Caledonia University; Strathclyde University' 'Rotaract' - (18-30); in 'Springburn Academy; St Roch's Secondary; All Saints Secondary; Turnbull High; Bishopbriggs High' 'Interact' - (12-17); in each of the Education Clusters Primary Schools 'Rotakids' - (8-11) - it may be worthwhile for schools; colleges; universities; businesses; youth organisations; families & young individuals to take time to explore the links to the District 1230 site; RIBI site and the RI site. -
Be part of a global network of volunteers, trying to make the world a better place. Please also see the 'links & news' page for information from the local district and live feeds from Rotary International and Rotary International in GB&I.
Rotary serving communities through supporting foodbanks
Diversity is part of Rotary’s core values
Meetings & Venue
Where and when:
(PLEASE NOTE - no meetings over Christmas/New Year period or easter monday)
Eagle Lodge / Oregano
2 Hilton Road
G64 2PN 0141 772 5951