. Over 45 people attended a great night of good food and entertainment, and it began with a welcome from Rotary President Joan Metcalfe. Joining us for the evening were two of the three winners of the Club’s annual Burns recitation competition.Details
The local heat was held on Monday the 13th March 2023 in Burntisland Primary SchoolDetails
An excellent evening was held at the Sands to award the winner of the Young Citizen 2023, Niamh Hay her trophy.Details
Welcome from Burntisland and Kinghorn Rotary Club
Burntisland is a town and former Royal Burgh in Fife, Scotland on the Firth of Forth. It is known locally for its sandy blue flag beach, the 15th Century Rossend Castle, and its traditional summer fair and Highland Games day. To the north of the town a hill called The Binn is a landmark of the Fife coastline; a volcanic plug from the same volcano as the Edinburgh Castle Rock, it rises 193m (632ft) above sea level. Burntisland has a population of around 5,667 and is a Fairtrade Town
Kinghorn (Gaelic: Ceann Gronna) is a Burgh in Fife, Scotland.A sea side resort with two beaches, Kinghorn Beach and Pettycur Bay, plus a fishing port, it stands on the north shore of the Firth of Forth opposite Edinburgh. Known as the place where King Alexander the 111 of Scotland died, it lies on the A921 Road and the Fife Coastal Path. Kinghorn railway station is on the Edinburgh to Aberdeen and Fife Circle railway lines and lines.
We meet on Tuesdays at 18.30 for 18.45(Hybrid meetings now taking place, Face to Face and by Zoom platform Contact Secretary for link- visitors welcome. ) Lochies Rd.
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