Help in the Community

In October 2013 a group from the club helped to brighten up the local Allan Park.

Allan Park is in Cults and centres round a pond which is fairly overgrown.   The children's play area is rather "tired" or was until a number of Rotarians from Aberdeen Deeside lent a hand to the friends of Allan Park to help with a Makeover.   The children's play equipment was given a coat of paint to brighten it up. 

To give the park itself more colour in the spring time 1,000 crocus and 1,000 daffodil bulbs were planted. 

This is just the start of a programme to revitalise the park and make it a more attractive place to visit.   RCAD will be involved with future dates to help with the project.

April 2014

Another day hepling out at the park.    The childrens play area had been "renovated" with new wood chippings to act as a soft surface is case of any trips.   Not long after the chippings were put in place than the whole park was flooded and the chippings floated mainly to one side of the  play area.   A group of volunteers raked the chippings back into place.   Job well done!


Help in the Community sub-pages:

Clear up at Allan Park

more Jacky Hatchwell, Adrian Blake (Bon Accord RC President) and Ian Clark (Friends of Allan Park coordinator) felling rhododendrons at Allan park.


Rotaract & Rotary in Action - Rotaract Quarterly Litter Pick

more Clean up time at Broad Hill next to Aberdeen beach Leisure Centre. Coming together and making a difference, as what we do is what matters!!!

Easter Anguston Farm

more In 2013 the Rotary Club of Aberdeen Deeside continued to foster their close relationship with Easter Anguston Farm.

Cults & Bieldside Litter Pick

more A number of our Club Members and Cults Bieldside Milltimber Community Councillors did a litter pick in Cults on 25 April 2015.

Cults Carol Event

more Club Members help with the annual Carol Event organised by the Cults Bieldside Milltimber Community Council

Clean Up in Culter

more Six members of the Rotary Club of Aberdeen Deeside helped with the litter picking clean up day held in Culter with the Rotary members making up almost a third of the squad.