Featured pages

WE ARE MEETING FORTNIGHTLY ON-LINE at 7.00pm on WEDNESDAYS! Members of Rotary and those interested in Rotary are invited to join us on-line. Please contact us at "Info and Press" for details.


25th Anniversary of Gryffe Valley Rotary - fundraiser for END POLIO NOW


Gryffe Valley Rotary passes milestone £250K

Following the success of the Gryffe Valley 10K Run in may 2019 the club has now raised (and spent) more than £250,000 over the twenty-four years since its formation in 1995.


Gryffe Valley Rotary 2020

GVRC in action during the COVID 19 era


Wheelchairs on Water - the Wheelyboat project

To support disabled sailing for wheelchair users at Castle Semple Loch Gryffe Valley Rotary purchased a special powered Wheelyboat to enabled those in wheelchairs to get out onto the water.


Young Carers Evenings Out

80 young carers visited The Experience Hillington for Go-karting and supper over four nights in January 2020


About us

The River Gryffe flows from the Gryffe reservoir and emerges near Kilmacolm. It then flows through Quarriers Village, Bridge of Weir, Crosslee and Houston before joining the Black Cart river near Glasgow airport. The surrounding area is known as the Gryffe Valley, and it provides the name and the catchment area for our Rotary club.

Please look around the website to see more of what Rotary does and contact us if you have good ideas for projects. Our activities continue and we are supporting local COVID causes as well as the charities and charitable actions that we have supported in the past, including Alzheimer Scotland,Young Carers and End Polio.

We are a friendly club with 40+ members with a diverse range of backgrounds and interests. Most hail from Houston, Bridge of Weir and Kilmacolm with others from Brookfield, Kilbarchan and Lochwinnoch. We enjoy our speaker meetingsand through our joint efforts we like to give something back to the broader community through three branches of Rotary service -  Community, Youth and International. By the end of the Rotary year in June 2019 we had raised more than a quarter of a million pounds in support of charitable causes in these three areas!

Our club is all about helping others less fortunate than ourselves and our ethos is governed by three principles - Fun, Fellowship and Funds:

  • FUN - we like to have a good time! We aim to enjoy a decent meal and an array of informative and entertaining speakers at our weekly meetings, and we organise a series of social events (like a Burns Supper and our BBQ in the summer) when we invite our friends and families to join us in having a good time whilst of course helping us to raise money.
  • FELLOWSHIP - we aim to maintain our membership at around  45 -50 members ie big enough to achieve something worthwhile but small enough to ensure that everyone knows everyone and can create and sustain friendships. Our meetings are friendly and convivial, and we welcome visits from other Rotarians. We encourage those about to retire or recently retired to join us.
  • FUNDS - apart from our own efforts, time and energy, we need funds in order to be able to help most of the good causes we identify. Social events help raise much of our cash, but we attend shows, organise quiz sheets, raffles etc and will rattle cans if it helps. Thus far as a club we've raised more than £250,000 and have disbursed it to a wide variety of local and international projects which we select from time to time, as well as to Rotary's own Foundation charity which aims to advance worldwide understanding, goodwill and peace with major projects like the Global Polio Eradication Initiative.

    Check out here to find out more about us or better still why not come along to a meeting and see what we are getting up to. We'd love to see you so just use the "Contact Form" tab above and we can set it up. If you are concerned that you wont know anyone, why not come along with a few friends.  Who knows you may want to join us!

    The River Gryffe

    The River Gryffe                                                                   

    Website Visits   HTML Hit Counter

    Happening soon...

    Meetings and events happening soon

    Mon, Sep 21st 2020 12:00 am - Sat, Oct 31st 2020


    25th Anniversary of Gryffe Valley Rotary - fundraiser for END POLIO NOW


    future events Past Events calendar local events

    Our Social Media

    Rotary News

    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 supporting rehabilitation for stroke survivors

    Putting the wheels in motion to end polio

    Meetings & Venue

    Where and when:

    We meet on Wednesdays at 19:00 for 19:30
    (First Wednesday of the Month is usually a Business Meeting)
    River Inn
    Crosslee by Houston

    PA6 7AW  01505 613288

    Meeting venue's web site

    Get Directions

    Enter your Postcode or Town