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Jubilee Tree Planting at Dalbeattie Learning Campus

Jubilee Tree Planting at Dalbeattie Learning Campus

Ten of our members, assisted by three friends of the Club, wielded spades at Dalbeattie Learning Centre Campus, to plant 100 young trees to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

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Our first Lady President

Our first Lady President

On 29 June 2023, outgoing president John Rowland passed on the chain of office to our first Lady President, Kate Kerr

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Christmas Tree

Christmas Tree

This is the Dalbeattie & District Rotary Club CHARITREE which has been decorated by Kate and Isla Kerr in Rotary colours and which was on display along with many others in a spectacular display in St. John’s Church, Dumfries

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Father Christmas

Father Christmas

Some more happy customers visiting the Rotary Santa at Glaisters farm, Kirkgunzeon. Santa's shed donated by Glaisters and funds go to the Dalbeattie Food Pantry

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Young Writers Competition

Young Writers Competition

Dalbeattie Rotary Club’s sponsored Young Writers Competition this year

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Squirrel Boxes

Squirrel Boxes

Gordon led Rotakids to work with Geoff of The Men's Shed and Steve the Red Squirrel Ranger to build squirrel boxes

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About us


You can make a difference both in your community and beyond:


Dalbeattie Rotary has been established since 1976 and still has a few founder members, together we empower youth, improve health, promote peace and advance our communities in all corners of the globe. The top reasons people join Rotary are to give back to the community and to connect with like minded leaders and friends.

Our members stay with Rotary year after year for the same reasons. Rotary brings together people like you - leaders from around all cultures and occupations who want to use their distinct expertise for good. People, whose sence of responsibility inspires them to give back to their communities. Who step forward to tackle the toughest challenges.

Rotary Club Trust Awards:
Over the last few years, the Rotary Club has made a number of financial awards to clubs, organisations and individuals in the Dalbeattie area to support them in the valuable work they do on behalf of the community and to help other, less fortunate people. At Rotary, we believe that help and support should be on hand and the Rotary Club Trust has been created to do that.


Recently we contributed most of the funds for the shool's wellbeing outdoor classroom and play equipment.  The school was this years winner of the District Young Environmentalist and the outdoor classroom supports this.  Club members were very impressed by the quality of the wooden gazebo and equipment shown above.


You or your club or organisation may be eligible for our help. Click on the links below for more information and to get an application form:
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Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Thursdays at 18:00

(Gather in the lounge bar from 5:30 for 6pm. There is a talk followed by a meal in the upstairs dining room around 6.45pm with meetings finishing at 7.30 pm sharp. No meeting between Christmas and New Year) The Cross, High St.

Dalbeattie
DG5 4HA  01556 610400.

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Rotary serving communities through supporting foodbanks

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