Rotary Club of Nairn - Welcome! Please scroll/swipe down through this page to find out more about us, in addition to the pages linked in the menu, top-left.
Membership & Friends of Nairn Rotary
We are always looking for new members or, if you don't want to commit to full membership, you can become a Friend of Nairn Rotary Club and get involved as little or as much as you wish.details
Community & Vocational
We aim to support our community in a range of different ways, from planting crocuses along the A96, to marshalling at community events, or fundraising for worthy causes.details
Nairn Rotary club sponsors work with young people at a number of levels - Rotakids for primary level, RYLA for leadership training at secondary, plus initiatives such as quizzes. .details
News about us and our work
Latest news about what's going on, upcoming events and activities of the Clubdetails
About Nairn Rotary Club - A short leaflet
You can download a short, tri-fold leaflet about the Club and what we do.details
Sports, Social and Events
One of the most important aspects of Rotary membership is about having fun and enjoying social time with fellow members, as well as raising funds for local charities and good causes. .details
The Rotary Club of Nairn has been in existence since 1946 and forms an active part of District 1010 and an integral part of Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland (RIBI) and Rotary International.
We engage in a number of charitable fund-raising events throughout the year. The funds raised are used to support a number of local and international charitable causes. We also provide practical support to the community in various ways, including: marshalling at events, carol singing in local care homes and organising youth competitions. In addition, most of our members volunteer in various capacities in the community.
Nairn Rotary Club meets over lunch every Tuesday at 12.30 for 13.00 in the Golf View Hotel at the bottom of Seabank Road, Nairn. The Golf View is right on the seafront and affords some wonderful seascapes.
We are always looking for new members so please contact us if you feel this is something which might interest you.
Nairn is fortunate to be blessed with a drier climate than most other areas in Scotland. Weather statistics show that Nairn has more sunshine between January to March than Kew Gardens!!. This enables many members to enjoy the two championship golf courses in the town Nairn Dunbar and Nairn Golf Club. If you are here for golf or just to enjoy our area please join us at our weekly meeting or any of our social events (see calendar). You will be made most welcome.
If you want to apply for funding from the Club, please complete our application form, which you can download from here.
We can always be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org or via our facebook page
We also have some videos of our work on our YouTube Channel
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