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Weekly meeing with speaker rotarian Clem Maggiori

Weekly meeing with speaker rotarian Clem Maggiori

President Alan Carmichael welcomed as guest speaker Rotarian Clem Maggiori who spoke about a trip, he and his wife Maureen made to Machu Picchu (Old Mountain), Peru in 2006.

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Lockerbie & District Rotary support Shelterbox

Lockerbie & District Rotary support Shelterbox

Lockerbie & District Rotary Club have supported shelterbox throughout 2022-23 and have been recognised as 'Bronze Partners' through our community fundraising efforts

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Rotary 'KidsOut' day at SRUC Barony Campus

Rotary 'KidsOut' day at SRUC Barony Campus

Lockerbie & Disctrict Rotary club along with other Rotary clubs in the area were honoured to assit at the National Rotary 'KidsOut' Day, by organising an event for disadvantaged children held at the SRUC Barony Campus.

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Emergency Appeal & Shelter Box

Emergency Appeal & Shelter Box

Lockerbie & District Rotary Club Emergency appeal at Tesco Lockerbie over the weekend of 15th -17th September saw the amazing total of £774.65 raised to help fund shelter boxes for those displaced families who require urgent emergency assistance.

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The 7th (revised 8th ) Marquis of Queensberry of Kinmount House.

The 7th (revised 8th ) Marquis of Queensberry of Kinmount House.

Past President David Rothwell, introduced his guest Duncan Ford as speaker, who talked about the family of William Archibald Douglas the 7th (revised 8th ) Marquis of Queensberry of Kinmount House.

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Weelky Meeting with guest Speaker, Graeme Campbell of Moffat Museum

Weelky Meeting with guest Speaker, Graeme Campbell of Moffat Museum

On Monday 6 November, Past President Stuart Martin welcomed Graeme Campbell from Moffat Museum as guest speaker

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About us

Lockerbie Road Sign

The purpose of this site is to introduce the Rotary Club of Lockerbie & District. It will give you some idea as to who we are, where we are, what we do and when we meet. 

About Us

The Rotary Club of Lockerbie and District has at present 22 Members and is affiliated to Rotary International. The Club is situated in District 1320 and meet every Monday at the Sure Hotel Lockerbie at 17.30 for a 18.00 hours start.

Lockerbie is a small rural market town with a population of around 4000. It is situated in beautiful Dumfries & Galloway in the South West of Scotland some twelve miles east of Dumfries.

There is a good provision of amenities locally, and a wide range of recreational activities including golf, football, curling, squash, badminton, tennis, bowling and rugby is available as are country sports.The surrounding countryside is very pleasant, largely unspoilt and in rich wildlife. The town has an excellent library and long established musical and dramatic societies.

Lockerbie is situated on the A74(M), which gives easy access to Edinburgh, Glasgow and the north and also to Carlisle, the Lake District and the south. The town also possesses a busy railway station on the main Glasgow to London line. It is conveniently placed for travel to the traditional Border country to the easr and for access to the Galloway countryside to the west. Life in the area benefits from excellent communications in what remains as essentially rural environment.

The Club serves the local communities of Lochmaben, Lockerbie, Moffat and surrounding areas with many voluntary and fund raising activities.

Lockerbie Town Hall 9th Hole Lockerbie Golf ClubLockerbie Library
" The Club was given charter status in 1974
from its Mother Club in Annan.
The first President was Mr Archie Anderson"

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Mondays at 1800

(We meet on Mondays at the Sure Hotel Lockerbie, 5.30pm for 6pm start.) Old Annan Road

Lockerbie
DG11 2RB  01576 202415

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