We Are For Communities

Since 1954 we have provided support for our local community in many ways.

From small acorns, largew oak trees grow.

Amongst other things we have helped many people and organisatons They have included:

The Queens Jubillee Year is celebrated with a major tree planting project across the UK. Local farmer,  Richatd Lockett is a keen environmentalist and has generously donated large areas of land to allow the local community to plant a Communith Woodland. The planting will take place over many months but it also intersects with the Queen's Green Camopy.  Dingwall Rotary Club, represented by its 2022 President planted two oak saplings withing the Community Woodland Area in support of both these ventures. 

The Scouts, Guides and Brownies have been supported in many ways. These include the provision of equipment and support for attendees at the various  conventions.

We have supported a number of primary schools to allow them to attend weekends at adventure camps. We organise and manage cycling courses at Dingwall Primary School. Ben Wyvis Primary school received a donation to allow them to purchase a poly-tunnel to grow their plants from seed.

The Dingwall Drop-in cafe was also a beneficiary and it enabled them to have an adventure weekend for eleven young people.

We have provided picnic tables and benches for the Victorian station at Strathpeffer and for the open area at Dingwall Ferry Point.

Very many young people have been able to take educational journeys abroad to learn, to teach and to provide many other forms of aid in third world countries.

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Malawi  Village Training School

A training centre built with the help of the Dingwall Rotarians who have contributed £4000 to the project and have sourced tools for use. Dingwall Rotarians also helping to alleviate the effects of famine.

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A competition for young people between the ages of 7 and 17. They are required to produce a portfolio of three photographs on the theme of 'The Beauty of Nature'. L'.

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Merry Christmas Everyone

Santa accepted our invitation to visit Dingwall, Conon Bridge & Maryburgh pre Christmas

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We raise money each year via the Wade Walk, the sleigh and other events. The money is dispersed among local and national Charities.

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Dingwall Rotary club 
Queen,s Jubilee Walk

The Jubilee Walk 2022 replaces oue annual Wade Walk . It will raise money for one Charity, Highland Hospice..

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A 'Pandemically' Silent High Street.  (taken at 11am)

How Rotary in Dingwall has managed the Covid-19 restrictions

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Annual events include social evenings, conferences, donation evenings etc.

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From small acorns, largew oak trees grow.

Since 1954 we have provided support for our local community in many ways.

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Pupils from years four to six have the opportunity to see what interviews will be like when they leave school.

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Dingwall from across the Water at Ferry Point

Some photos of Dingwall Area

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