Featured pages

Our Rotary Club meet every Thursday on ZOOM at 1pm and we would be delighted to see you. Please contact us if you would like to join us and we will give you the link.

Desert Island Discs


Our 3rd Desert Island Discs an evening of music and Fun

details

Young Musician of the Year 2018


Our Annual Young Musician contest held at Auchmuty High School

details

The Rotary Club of Glenrothes - 60th Anniversary


60th Anniversary - Balbirnie Golf Club 28th April 2017

details

Annual Top of the Form Quiz


Held annually at Auchmuty high School

details

The Rothes Rag


Our Rotary Club Newsletter

details

Desert Island Discs 2019


Our 4th annual Desert Island Discs Evening

details

About us

  Forthcoming meetingsF

ALL MEETINGS ON ZOOM

This comingThursday 17th September 2020 at 1pm our speaker will be Wilna Roger reminiscing on her River cruise D’Ouro.
We have our coffee morning meetings on ZOOM at 11am every morning except Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.

Sadly, in view of the governments ongoing announcements and subsequent clarification of their advice with regards to protecting vulnerable groups and the general population, all face to face meetings of the Rotary Club of Glenrothes are suspended. 

We will keep you updated, however, in the interim it is important we recognise the significance of what is happening generally across the country relating to this virus and we should remain ready to assist each other wherever possible. We have not been asked to endure such restrictive emergency measures before and the rapid escalation of these measures, in itself, is very frightening to many. This national crisis is rapidly evolving and no doubt there are likely to be even more restrictive measures brought into play in the very near future.

WE ARE NOW ON FACEBOOK AND TWITTER


Rotary Planter at Morrison's Roundabout, one of two the other at the Lidl roundabout. Part of the joint venture with Fife Council's Hanging basket watering programme.

Giant Irises beside Fettykill Fox Roundabout on main road between Leslie and Glenrothes Town Centre.

Glenrothes Town Centre Looking towards the Bus Terminus
The statue was commissed by GDC and
was the creation of Benno Schotz.    Benno Schotz (born 28
August 1891 Arensburg - died 11 October 1984 Glasgow), an Estonian-born
Scottish artist. In 1912, he emigrated to Glasgow, where he gained an
engineering diploma from the Royal Technical College. Ex Terra Vis is latin for "From
The Earth Comes Life" and this refers to the fact that Glenrothes New Town
was created to provide homes for coal miners at the nearby doomed Rothes
Colliery.

 

Happening soon...

Meetings and events happening soon

Thu, Sep 24th 2020 1:00 pm

Lunch time meeting - ZOOM Meeting our speaker this week is Phil Godfrey Rotary Solihull speaking about his round Britain APS Charity event


Thu, Oct 1st 2020 1:00 pm

Lunch time meeting - ZOOM Meeting our speaker this week is Alistair Robb District 1010 Governor speaking about the Rotary Structure


future events Past Events calendar district events 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 Thursdays at 12.45 for 12.55
(1st Thursday meet at Gilvenbank Hotel for 1pm start 2nd Thursday meet in Gilvenbank Lounge for 5.30pm start 3rd Thursday meet at Gilvenbank Hotel for 1pm start 4th Thursday meet at Gilvenbank Hotel 6.15pm for 6.30pm start)
The Gilvenbank Hotel
Huntsman's Road
Glenrothes

KY7 6RA  01592 742077

Web site about the locality

Get Directions

Enter your Postcode or Town