The Rotary Club of Dundee was founded in 1921 and has a membership of around 75.
The Rotary Club of Dundee was founded in 1921 and has a membership of between 90-95. We are very proud of our status as the largest club in what was the very first Rotary District in the world. We have spawned many daughter and granddaughter clubs and also enjoy the support of a thriving Inner Wheel club. The image above is representative of the 'Dundee Waterfront Development' which is a £1Billion master plan and will include the new V&A Museum of modern art planned to open its doors this September. The new Railway Station and Hotel are now open. With much of the infrastructure in place, the change is obvious to see and very fast moving. Nothing quite so urgent about our Rotary Club, but we do manage to change and evolve at a more leisurely pace thanks to a well-honed management structure.
We have an active fellowship, social and sporting programme throughout the year in addition to our charitable work; all are dependent on the participation and commitment of our enthusiastic members. Our international links are strengthened by our events for overseas students in Dundee and by visits and exchanges that have, in the past few years, involved Swedish, French, Indian, American, New Zealand and Rwandan visitors.