The Rotary Club of Glenrothes presented President Geoff Sampson with The Paul Harris Fellowship Award for his excellent work getting the club involved with so many groups in the community and raising funds and collecting food and gifts during the pandemicDetails
in partnership with the Ecology Centre in Kinghorn we are collecting old tools and haberdashery to be refurbished and sent to MalawiDetails
Glenrothes Rotary Club are participating in the Books Abroad Project and will be collecting books from the end of March 2021Details
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.
Rotary Planter at RiversidePark, 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.
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