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Gryffe Valley Rotary public speaking competition for young people held on-line

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Signs along the Way

Walking route the length of the Gryffe Valley, along lanes, tracks and woodland paths from near the source of the river near Loch Thom to Linwood.

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Climate Change series- eminent speakers from around the UK in the months leading up to and following the COP26 summit in Glasgow in November 2021

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To encourage walking in the local environment, we are promoting local walking groups, publishing local walking routes and creating the Gryffe Valley Way, a walking route the length of the River Gryffe.

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The club has now raised (and spent) more than £278,000 over the twenty-six years since its formation in 1995.

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To support disabled sailing for wheelchair users at Castle Semple Loch Gryffe Valley Rotary purchased a special powered Wheelyboat to enabled those in wheelchairs to get out onto the water.

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Getting ready for the Climbzone!

The club organises outings for groups of Renfrewshire Young Carers, with activities followed by a meal and drink. Some years we visited Xscape at Braehead, more recently it has been The Experience at Hillington for the electric go-karts.

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With the support of local opticians, Rotary collects and distributes used glasses across the world.

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