2021 - Back to Linlithgow Golf Club -1st November


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Grand Torchlight Procession and Rotary's Tree of Light

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Gerry joined the club in 1991 and was a faithful attender at Club meetings until a period of ill health forced him to step down.

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President-Elect Ken MacKenzie presenting a cheque to Maria Throp, 1st Step Development Manager and the Recovery Cafe team.

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Phill Ratcliffe mowing the grass around the Rotary flower bed at Springfield Road after he and Sue spent the previous day weeding and tending the flower bed.

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Presented by President Andy Ireland (L) and Treasurer Roy Redwood (R)

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Jack Miller, Linlithgow Academy former pupil, was a successful candidate in the 2014 Rotary Challenge Enterprise competition, sponsored by Linlithgow Grange.

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Making progress on the SAMH garden in Bathgate

Making progress on the SAMH garden in Bathgate

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President Chris Long presenting a cheque for £2,340 to John Helliwell of Mary's Meals.

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Christmas Party at Linlithgow Golf Club on 16th December, 2019

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Competition first-place winner Penelope with 3rd place winner Eric and competition organiser Rotarian, Rory Cameron. 2nd place winner was Isla Pandian from Low Port Primary School.

Young Photographer Competition winner Penelope with 3rd place winner Eric, both from Linlithgow Primary School, with competition organiser, Rotarian Rory Cameron.

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M & Co window display highlights the ongoing work of Linlithgow Grange Rotary Club in 2020 (despite Covid-19) in support of local and international good causes.

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Visit to Falkirk Distillery hosted by Linlithgow Grange club member George Stewart (far left), the Founder of the distillery.

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'Hit Squad' assisted by new Corporate Member Farooq Ahmed from the Ashmaan restaurant (3rd from right).

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World Polio Day 24th October, 2020. St Michaels Parish Church, Linlithgow with the 'Crown of Thorns' illuminated in purple to mark Rotary's World Polio Day event.

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RYLA team flanked by Linlithgow & Bo'ness President Jamie Frame (L) and Linlithgow Grange President Andy Ireland (R)

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President-Elect Ken MacKenzie presenting a cheque to Margaret Henderson and Alan Miller for the Aspire Linlithgow fund.

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Jars of Highland Soap hand cream labelled 'Donated by RCLG' ready for delivery to local NHS staff and care workers.

The hand cream was delivered to St John's Hospital, Maple Villa, St Michael's Hospital, Linlithgow Care Home, Bield Housing, Ark Housing, Care at Home and Medical Centre community staff . 'A little something' for our local NHS staff and care workers.

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Invitation to the Linlithgow Grange Food Fair at the Masonic Hall, Market Lane being pointed out by organiser Lindsay Erskine.

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Jonathan is Head of Digital Health and Care at The Scottish Government and gave a an update on the Protect Scotland App.

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Replacing the fencing and end-of-year clear-up.

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Piping in the Haggis

Scots Nicht at Linlithgow Golf Club in celebration of the Bard of Scotland, Robert Burns.

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Primary Schools Quiz returns, first since lockdown. Seven excellent teams competing and the worthy winners are St Joseph's Primary School. Well done to all the teams.

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Roy received his award for his many years of support to District 1020 in a number of different roles.

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RYLA participants Holly Rintoul and Rachel McIntosh with President Chris Long

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Linlithgow Academy pupils Tara and Nicole were sponsored by the club to attend District 1320's Challenge Enterprise , a weekend activity youth to become future business leaders.

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A huge thanks to everyone who came along to the coffee morning and to all those who helped.

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Annual Coffee Morning at St Michael's Parish Church Hall, 16th February, 2020

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Club members Ivor Souter, Ian Raven, Harry Millar, Joan Hale and Peter Russell 20/10/22

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An illustrated talk from the construction of the bridge to John's involvement in the hugely challenging bridge restoration project from 2002 to 2012. Following completion of the project the bridge was awarded UNESCO World Heritage status.

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Club members lighting the torches for the Torchlight Procession.

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Shelterbox on display at Bo'ness Academy, 29th January 2020.

Club members on the stand explained to pupils and teachers the use of Rotary's Shelterbox, Aquabox and water filters in natural and man-made disaster areas worldwide.

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Presiden Andy Ireland (L) presenting a cheque to Kathleen Neilly, CEO of West Lothian Foodbank with Roy Redwood, Club Treasurer (R)

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The winning team ' A Stroke of Luck', Linlithgow Golf Club 29/8/22.

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The 2017 GSE team reporting back from their recent exchange visit to Ohio.

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Held at Kingsfield Golf and Leisure with 10 entrants.

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During November club members turned their daily walks into a sponsored walk for a target distance of 40 miles, the distance between the Rotary clubs in Central Scotland area. Proceeds for disaster relief supplies for those in need further afield.

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Club members Ian Raven, Phill Ratcliffe, Joan Hale and David Timperley 22/10/22.

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President Chris Long presents a cheque for £1,300 to Allan Scott, Treasurer of Linlithgow Link

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Low Port Primary School, winners of the 2020 Primary Schools Quiz with Acting Principal Teacher, Natalie McCartney.

2020 Primary Schools Quiz held at Torphichen Primary School, 12th February 2020

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Young Technologist Competition held at Bo'ness Academy 4/3/20

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Gloria Barnett MA, science presenter and author on environmental education and 'Amazing Oceans'.

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Purple crocuses coming up at the Rotary flowerbed on Blackness Road despite the cold weather

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A 1,300 mile road trip from the Eyre Peninsula near Adelaide to the gold fields in Western Australia, one of the world's greatest adventure drives. The journey included an 18-hole golf course across two states and Australia's wildlife.

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In celebration of the bard - and 'Ithers' at Linlithgow Golf Club

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The worthy winners for 2019 - TORPHICHEN PRIMARY SCHOOL

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Riding of the Marches 18th June 2019

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Young Technologist Competition for secondary school pupils.

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Jim Clark essay competition winner Kara Bingham from Low Port Primary School, Linlithgow

An essay competition for Primary Schools in Linlithgow and surrounding district.

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President Harry hands over the chain of office to President Iain Keter for the 2018-2019 Rotary year.

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President Chris Long welcomes Allan Robertson to the Rotary Club of Linlithgow Grange, 29th July 2019.

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Scots Night at Linlithgow Golf Club on 21st January 2019

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Charity Prize Bingo Night at Linlithgow Rose Club 24th April 2019

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A relaxed President Harry amongst the less relaxed competitors

Rotary Quiz for Primary schools in the Linlithgow area

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President Iain Keter (L), and President Elect Chris Long (R) receiving his Paul Harris Award from District Governor Agnes Ritchie.

27th Annual Charter Dinner at the Richmond Park Hotel, Bo'ness

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Annual Charter Dinner held at the Richmond Park Hotel, Bo'ness on Friday, 13th September 2019

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A full house at the annual Christmas Party at Linlithgow Golf Club

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Young Technologist Competition organised by the Institution of Structural Engineers for secondary school puplis. Hosted by Linlithgow & Bo'ness Rotary Club at Bo'ness Academy.

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President Harry Miller's pre-marches BBQ at Linlithgow Golf Club

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Back row: Pres. Iain Keter, Asst. Gov. Ken MacKenzie and teacher Jean Tulloch from Springfield PS. Front Row: Nancy Rule, Dist. Rotaract Convenor, Pres. Alice Richardson and VP Grace Polwart from Low Port PS, and Pres. Sophie White from Springfield PS.

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The five whisky tasting samples each participant received.

This very successful event raised £1,350 of which £350 goes to Children 1st and £1,000 to End Polio Now which the Gates Foundation increases to £3,000, making the total raised £3,350. Our thanks to the 50 participants, especially to the 36 guests.

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2018 Social Weekend to Bowes, Museum, Beamish and Bamburgh

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Deacons Night Dinner at the Burgh Halls Linlithgow 8th June 2019

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Fundraising Coffee Morning at Cross House

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The Club's 16th annual Golf AM AM at Linlithgow Golf Club.

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Members setting up the Rotary gazebo for games and 'purple pinkies' for the End Polio Now campaign.

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​A very enjoyable and successful wine (and gin) tasting evening at Queen Margaret Hall, Linlithgow and £1,300 raised to fund two Rotary ShelterBoxes for disaster relief victims.

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'Virtual' Handover Meeting by Zoom

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A very successful fundraising coffee morning held at Cross House on 16/2/19.

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Linlithgow Grange and Linlithgow & Bo'ness Rotary Clubs participating in Linlithgow Marches 2018.

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Marches Music Concert at Linlithgow Academy on 14th June 2019 in aid of Linlithgow Link and other local good causes.

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David Walker's illustrated talk on the early history of cricket.

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The Rotary Tree of Light outside Linlithgow Library

For those who have lost someone near and dear to them, the Rotary Tree of Light is a special way of marking thanks for the happy memories held, particularly at Christmas. The tree will be illuminated from late November to early January.

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Wine & Gin Tasting fundraising evening in aid of Rotary's End Polio Now campaign

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President Iain Keter hands over the chain of office for 2019 - 2020 to incoming President Chris Long

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Maple Villa - Craigsmair Care Facility for dementia care

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Social outing to Pentland Plants

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Pop-Up-Shop at the Old Library, Linlithgow successfully raised over £1,600 for Myra's Wells and other local good causes.

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Scotch Hop enjoyed by young and old once again with the excellent John Carmichael and his Band and dances introduced by John Carswell. All profits for the evening to go Rotary's End Polio Now Campaign.

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Past President John Reid hands over the chain of office to President Harry Millar

2017 - 2018 Club Handover

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President Harry and Marion's hospitality before the ball.

A very enjoyable annual conference and an excellent weekend of fellowship.

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Immediate Past President John Reid (L) presents President Harry Millar with his Paul Harris Fellow award on 21st August.

2017 - 2018 Paul Harris Fellow awards, recognition for service to Rotary.

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Immediate Past President John Reid (L) and President Harry Millar (R) welcome new members, husband and wife team, David and Joan Hale on 5th June.

A first for Linlithgow Grange, new members husband and wife team David and Joan Hale joined the club on 5th June.

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The Club's 15th annual Golf AM AM at Linlithgow Golf Course raising over £7,000 to be shared between Epilepsy Scotland and SANDS Lothians, the stillbirth and neo-natal death charity.

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President Harry Millar presented a cheque to Epilepsy Scotland at the club's 26th Charter Dinner at the Burgh Halls, Linlithgow.

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Congratulations President Harry Millar (23) and Vice President Chris Long (592) for completing the Linlithgow 10k and well done Harry for raising £940 in sponsorship for Epilepsy Scotland!

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Fashion & Fizz event at Linlithgow Golf Club raising funds for SANDS Lothian

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