A competition for young people between the ages of 7 and 17. They are required to produce a photograph on the theme of 'The Beauty of Architecture'.
Santa has accepted our invitation to visit Dingwall and Conon Bridge
An annual quiz for primary school pupils. The schools compete for the Club prize and the winner takes part in the North Scotland Rotary quiz. Winning there ensures a place in the Scottish District Final.Details
A Walk and a Run across varied terrain of approximately 14 miles or 6 miles.Details
A training centre built with the help of the Dingwall Rotarians who have contributed Â£4000 to the project and have sourced tools for use.
Dingwall Rotarians also helping to alleviate the effects of famine.
Welcome to the Dingwall Rotary Club website.
Dingwall is the main town and administrative centre of Ross-shire. It is situated at the inland end of the Cromarty Firth on the NE Scottish coast and the site of an ancient cattle market which still runs today. Situated at the junction of the many roads traversing the Northern Highlands it is an ideal place from which to visit the natural attractions of the North.
The Dingwall Rotarians have worked with the local community for over 60 years to provide help and support for those in need. In addition, the Club's annual programme includes a strong youth element which takes in interview experience sessions, competitions,and training courses for children and young people across a wide age band.
Club members organise and run an annual sponsored walk and Trail Run.- The Wade Walk- to raise money for local charities and good causes.
We also run an annual street fair - The Great Feil Maree- which provides a day's entertainment where there is soething to please and interest everyone. The event provides an opportunity for local small organisations and charities to promote their activities and to make money from sales of goods.
The children at Christmas are not forgotten because our home grown Santa tours the streets with his sleigh for two weeks; an event eagerly awaited by young and old alike.
For news about all these activities and how our involvement with international communities and disaster areas helps those in need, why not stay in touch with this website and look through our 'what we do' pages or visit our Facebook pages.
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We meet on Tuesdays at 5.30(Meetings are now back to pre Covid. If you wish to attend either as a visiting Rotarian or as a prospective Member please contact the Secretary , preferably no later than the day prior to your visit for meal arrangements. We'll be delighted to meet you. ) High Street
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