Rotary Young Photographer 2023

A competition for young people between the ages of 7 and 17. They are required to produce a photograph on the theme of 'The Beauty of Architecture'.


This year the theme of 'The Beauty of Architecture' provided a platform for some exceptional photographs. The  winneing entries in the Junior and Intermediate Age Groups at the Club Heats were Conner McLeish from Tarradale Primary School and Seth Walters from Resolis Primary School. The Runner-up was Brooke Howden from Resolis Primary School. Connor's and Seth's entries were forwarded to the North Scotland Heat (Rotary District 1010) and they both gained a second place at that level. This was a tremendous achievement because they were competing against pupils from across the North of Scotland at both Primary and Academy levels..

The winners and runner up wiil recieve a cash price at each heat level where they win.

Other photo finalists  in the Club Heats were Zach Madge, Summer Godwin and Koper MacKenzie from Tarradale Primary School.

The competition is one part of the Dingwall Rotary Club's Youth programme for 2023/24.

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Cromarty Lighthouse photographed by Seth Walters age 11 , a pupil at Resolis Primary School. Seth used a Samsung mobile phone camera to record this image.

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

Merry Christmas Everyone

Santa has accepted our invitation to visit Dingwall and Conon Bridge


A Walk and a Run across varied terrain of approximately 14 miles or 6 miles.


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


ORDINARY PEOPLE DOING EXTRAORDINARY THINGS IN THE COMMUNITY This page explains how to contact us if you need our assistance.

From small acorns, largew oak trees grow.

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


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


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


At Cromarty Car park on Saturday 17th September. 1100 to 3.30.

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.


An annual quiz for primary school pupils. The schools compete for the Club prize - 'The Quaich' - and the winner takes part in the North Scotland Rotary Grand Final.

Dingwall from across the Water at Ferry Point

Some photos of Dingwall Area

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

How Rotary in Dingwall has managed the Covid-19 restrictions