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The Big Room -  David Sandford

The Big Room - David Sandford

Reception - Iain MacKinnon

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A Brief History of Rolls Royce - the first 80 years

A Brief History of Rolls Royce - the first 80 years

Host - Stephen Bennie;
Reception - Wilda McKinnon;
Menu Choice - Graham Simpson

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John Spittal -

John Spittal -

Reception - Ian Black; Menu Choice - Hugh Elliot

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The History of Quilting -  Carol Morris

The History of Quilting - Carol Morris

Reception - John Spittal,
Meal Payment - Graham Dalton

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Speaker - Jenny Miller on PAMIS

Speaker - Jenny Miller on PAMIS

Reception - Marilyn Rowan Rhind

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Hut of Wellbeing, Fife

Hut of Wellbeing, Fife

Reception - Jim Allison;
Menu Choice - Eric Fraser

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About us


Welcome to the Kilrymont St Andrews Rotary



Members and friends enjoying the annual fundraising competition on St Andrews famous Himalayas

Welcome to Kilrymont St Andrews Rotary ----- Supporting Communities

 As one of two Rotary Clubs in St Andrews, we’re actively involved in supporting a wide range of local, regional and international projects. Founded in 1996, our Club has 34 members, all committed to supporting many worthy causes, charities and organisations, principally in our own community, by means of fundraising as well as practical help, whichever is most needed…and that may be both, if we can. 

If helping others, while also enjoying numerous social events throughout the year, appeals to you, then please get in touch.  New members and visitors are always welcome.  We hold our regular weekly meeting at The St Andrews Golf Club (overlooking the 18th green on the Old Course), Links House, 13 The Links, St Andrews, KY16 9JB - each Tuesday evening at 6.45pm for 7pm when we enjoy a meal and a speaker on a topic of interest.

Thank you for looking at our website where you’ll find further details not just of what we, as a Club, plan to do this year, but also what Rotary, in general, can offer. I hope you find it of interest. Please feel free, of course, to contact us at any time. We’d love to hear from you.  

Mike Dow

President, 2021-22

The Club meets at the St Andrews Golf Club in St Andrews on Tuesdays at 6.45 for 7pm.  (Currently there is option of on line streaming from 7.45)

         Supporting Communities - locally, nationally and internationally

All Rotarians visiting St Andrews are very welcome to attend. To help with catering, prior contact with Club Secretary or President is appreciated.

Meetings and events for the next 30 days are shown on other pages

If you are interested in the club plan for 2021/2022 please click here  Club Plan 
   
If you would like to find out more about our Club, please Contact us

    

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Tue, May 24th 2022 7:00 pm

2022/23 Planning Meeting

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Reception - Brian Gray;
Menu Choice - Iain Fraser

Tue, May 31st 2022 7:00 pm

Social Event

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Details to be confirmed

Tue, Jun 7th 2022 7:00 pm

Isla Ashcroft on The St Andrews Pilgrim Foundation

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Host - Bruce Rollo
Reception - Grace Morris;
Menu Choice - Bruce Rollo

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Folk Night

Thu, Jun 9th 2022 7:30 pm

Folk Night

Forgaitherin

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Tue, Jun 14th 2022 7:00 pm

Club Assembly

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Reception - Angus Peters;
Menu Choice - Fiona Roger

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Tuesdays at 18.45 for 19.00

(Please check Club Website for information as from time to time meetings take place outwith the hotel.) The St Andrews Golf Club
Links House
13 The Links
St Andrews
KY16 9JB  01334 479799

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