Coronavirus Support

Blairgowrie Rotary support for our community during the Coronavirus pandemic

During the lockdown members have been donating the money they would have spent on meals at club meetings to the club's coronavirus support fund. This has enabled us to make donations to care homes for the health and well being of their residents or supply items they need. In addition we have been able to help the Alyth Coronavirus Community Support Group and the Saturday Lunch Club organised by the Blairgowrie Coronavirus Support Group. 

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New Guide Hall

more The new hall opened on 27th January 2024

The competitors march in

Mini Olympics 2022

more A fun sports day for Primary 6 children, organised by East Perthshire Community Sports Hub.

Warm Packs December 2022

more We were delighted to support BaRI by providing warm packs for individuals in need of a little bit of cold weather help. Cosy gloves, scarf, socks, blanket, hot water bottle and thermos flask.

Kiddies’ Highland Games 2022

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more Helping disadvantaged children

Wellmeadow Walkathon July 2022

more Rotarians walked to support Jordan’s Challenge

Blair in Bloom Litter Pickers

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more Rotarians and their families helped with the Community Litter Pick in August 2020 and several more in 2021 and 2022

Wellmeadow Walkathon, 2021

more Walking round the Wellmeadow in relays to support Jordans Challenge.

The defibrillator in situ

Emergency defibrillator

more In a repurposed telephone kiosk in Perth Street, Blairgowrie

Walkers and helpers at the Knockie shelter

Knockie Walk 2019

more Fun for all the family - Blairgowrie’s first Walk to the Knockie (choice of two lengths) launched the Knockie Shelter, built by Blairgowrie and Rattray Paths Network. Free Sausage Sizzle/BBQ, Quiz, Scavenger Hunt.

Support at Christmas

more Blairgowrie Rotarians helped wrap Christmas Presents for needy families in the Community

Dancing with residents

Volunteering in local Care Homes

more Members help with Music and Movement sessions, as well as Arts and Crafts. We go with some residents to visit a nursery school, and once the weather gets warmer will accompany them for walks

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Presentation to Meigle Country House

Community Service

back Have a look at all the ways in which we support our local community