We are the evening Rotary Club for the Helensburgh and Lomond area and visitors are most welcome.

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Our History

Our History

a potted history of Lomond Rotary Club

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TEST WIP Photos page 1.

TEST WIP Photos page 1.

Range of photos to see what happens.

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Supporting the Community Council and Helensburgh's Got Talent Competition

Supporting the Community Council and Helensburgh's Got Talent Competition

Encouraging the development of local talent

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Working with young people

Working with young people

Lomond Rotary's Santas Grotto

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WIP Photos

WIP Photos

New Photo Gallery showing handover to new president

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Community Service Projects

Community Service Projects

We carry out a wide range of service projects

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About us

 

Lomond Rotary

 

President Richard and our members extend a warm welcome to visitors

The Rotary Club of Lomond has relaxed and informal weekly meetings.  We are a small but friendly club and like Rotarians across the world we get involved in many different activities and projects aimed at helping others and raising money for needy organisations.
We are always seeking new members to enjoy the social aspects of membership and to involve themselves in our various activities. Bear in mind that Rotary is not just for older people.  From a world-wide membership of 1.9 million in 220 countries over 500,000 are aged below 30 and some 343,000 members are aged from 12 to 18 years.
Use the 'Contact' button to get in touch with us. To read more about our Club and the Rotary movement in general explore 'What we do' in the menu top left. To view our photo galleries select More in menu bar then Galleries.
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Some recent activities are shown below.
 

Latest News

Welcome to our new President

Congratulations to Richard Trail, the new Club President of Lomond Rotary for 2024 - 2025  We were delighted to watch Richard being inducted by the now Immediate Past President Gordon Greig.
Members are hugely appreciative for Gordon’s outstanding leadership over the past two years and now look forward to an equally great period under Richard’s enthusiastic and dedicated leadership. Together we intend to make a positive impact on our community.

Our new Honorary Member

On 1st July, in his first official duty, President Richard had much pleasure in welcoming our newest Honorary Member, Geoff Cartwright, and presenting Geoff with a certificate of membership. Members joined in extending warmest congratulations to Geoff.
Geoff joined Rotary in 2002, became president in 2003 and was awarded a Paul Harris Fellowship in 2014.

Our new meeting venue

On 17th June members gathered for the first meeting at our new venue - the Rosslea Hall Hotel. We were particularly pleased to be joined for the evening by Narek Bido, the District Governor for South Scotland.

 

Helensburgh's Got Talent Competition

We were delighted to support Helensburgh Community Council's 2024 HGT Competition by sponsoring the prizes and President Gordon is seen here presenting the winners with their prizes.

 

Marie Curie

Members donned yellow top hats and manned a stall at Morrisons to raise funds for the Marie Curie 2024 Great Daffodil Appeal.  Thanks to the generosity of Morrisons' customers we raised £980. The appeal helps to support the work of Marie Curie Nurses in providing vital care and support.

Defibrillators

An important area of our work is to help supply, install and maintain life-saving defibrillators.  Recently members are seen handing over new defibrillators.

 

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 The Rotary Club of Lomond Charity SCIO is a Scottish Charity.

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 Site last updated: 12 July 2024

 

Happening soon...

Speaker Meeting

Mon, Jul 15th 2024 6:45 pm

Speaker Meeting

Ran Geoff Storer will give a 'My Job' talk

Coffee Meeting - at Ardencaple Hotel

Fri, Jul 19th 2024 10:00 am

Coffee Meeting - at Ardencaple Hotel

Mon, Jul 22nd 2024 6:45 pm

Weekly Meeting

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Mon, Jul 29th 2024 6:30 pm

Weekly Meeting

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Coffee Meeting - at Ardencaple Hotel

Fri, Aug 2nd 2024 10:00 am

Coffee Meeting - at Ardencaple Hotel

Speaker Meeting

Mon, Aug 12th 2024 6:30 pm

Speaker Meeting

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Club Council Meeting

Tue, Aug 13th 2024 2:30 pm

Club Council Meeting

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Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Mondays at 18:45

(No meetings on Bank Holidays) Rosslea Hall Hotel
Ferry Road.
Rhu
G84 8NF  01436 439955
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