more First installed in June 1953 to celebrate the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth and now restored in June 2023 the year of King Charles coronation.
more At St Leonards School
more Surplus funds dispersed to needy causes
more St Andrews Rotary helping with the Torch Light Procession and Fireworks Display
more Award to Non Rotarian Citizen of the Year --- Marjory Finlay tennis coach Young Carers Awards to youngsters from 10 to 17 Elgin Salver award to Rotarian of the Year --- Colin Brown
more Christmas Goodies from Morrisons bagged and delivered by Rotarians to Sheltered Housing residents and also to Gibson House care home.
more Fun at Cairnie Fruit Farm for disadvantaged kids
more Almost 900 competitors took part in 2 races on the West Sands
more The annual "Winter Treat" took place on Sunday 4th November.
more Christmas lunch donated by Mr Mann of the Scores Hotel for 50 young carers. Eric Brown, manager, and some of our Community committee enjoyed Roger Caseby's Magic Circle entertainment
more A Stroke Awareness Day organised by Rotary and Heart Start. Enjoy life and enjoy the fun of the Show
more Annual day out for special needs children
more An afternoon of Tea and Entertainment by Billy Anderson, for the elderly and infirm in the BB Hall. Thanks to taxi companies and Rotarians who helped with transport and also Madras pupils and Rotaract who helped with tea and bingo called by Ian Johnston.
more Charity run with almost 600 runners on the West Sands in aid of the Association for International Cancer Research (AICR), St Andrews. This has been accepted as a Homecoming Scotland Event. Rotary Club of St Andrews members helped with the organisation.
more In partnership with Heart Start the Rotary Club of St Andrews will take blood pressures and demonstrate resuscitation to members of the public.
more About 20 charity organisations sold Christmas cards and gifts in the Town Hall raising Â£3801
more St Andrews Rotary and Heart Start completed blood pressure tests and computer consultations on stroke potential for over 100 visitors to the Show
more Heart Start and Rotary take blood pressures and demonstrate defibulators
more Fun for the elderly in the BB Hall with refreshments and music by Billy Anderson and his band
more Charity organisations sell Christmas cards Heart Start did health assessments
more Entertainment from Charlie Braid and Billy Anderson, with tea and cakes for the elderly.
more 22 disadvantaged children taken on fun day with a picnic and rides at Cairnie farm park
more Lunch kindly donated by the Scores Hotel for 50 young carers who were entertained by magicians.
more More than 20 charity organisations have stalls selling Christmas cards.
more An afternoon of tea and music from Billy Anderson for the elderly and infirm.
more Town Hall at 9.30 till 3.30 to sell tea and coffee to the public
more 3 Rotary members Jim Macgregor, Dennis Hopper and Alan Conatable painting bench for the public to rest their weary legs.
more 23 organisations were selling Christmas cards which raised over £6000 for their charities. Rotaract helpers served coffee and mince pies
more Bingo, music,food and fun for all. Special thanks for free transport from taxi companies Club Cars, Golf City and Williamsons.
more At Cairnie Visitor Centre, Cupar with the Fire Service, Police Service and Coast Guard Service showng the kids their vehicles.
more Xmas Lunch for young carers donated by Scores Hotel. Snow depleated numbers to 14 youngsters but did not spoil the fun they all had with balloons and scrummy food
more 60 members of the public were checked over by doctors and nurses and insrtuction given on cardio recussitation
more 20+ charity organisations sell Christmas cards and Rotary organised the event. Over £7000 was raised by all the charities involved
more Rotaract medical student Jennifer Dhammi assisted Rotarians Kirsty Hastie and Hamish Tait with stroke assessments
more Bingo, tea then musical entertainment from Billy Anderson. Over 100 elderly or disabled people invited. Transport donated by local taxi firms. Help from Rotaract and Foundation students.
more About 40 children enjoyed a special lunch and met up with other young carers from the NE Fife area. Great fun had by all!
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more Christmas lunch donated by the Scores Hotel for over 30 young carers aged 8 to 18
more Disadvantaged children taken on day out to Cairnie Fruit farm and adventure park