Early this year the Rotary Club of Burntisland & Kinghorn had a discussion with Kinghorn Ecology Centre's Operational Manager Lee Brown on how the could work together on a meaningful environmental project going forward. The outcome was a Pollinator garden which visitors can enjoy and inspire them to use some of the planting ideas to create pollinator friendly spaces in their own gardens. The Club were delighted to support this project and purchase plants guided by Operational Manager Lee. Members will be available when needed to give time for the upkeep.
This is an on-going collaboration and in the future it is envisaged that Rotary members will add to the on-going development by growing and donating appropriate plants from their own gardens.
Club members enjoyed visiting the garden with some even managing a little weeding to help out.
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Members of Burntisland & Kinghorn Rotary with some friends walked the Forth Road Bridge and back again in support of Aquabox “Walk for Water”. Thankfully the weather was kind but very windy. £625 sponsorship money raised for AQUABOX.more
The Club’s past President’s garden party was a huge success. In the hottest day of the year, members, partners and friends enjoyed great food, plenty of wine and great company, thank you David & Ishbel for hosting the social event of the year in your beaumore
Burntisland RotaKids have delivered their Christmas gifts to the residents of Links View, Burntisland. Everyone had a great time and the residents enjoyed their gifts and cake etc. Many of the residents sang along with the children.more
Thanks to all of you who joined us for our Burns evening, over 500 tickets were sold to support the work of Rotary. The money raised, £2121 will be split between Rotary Foundation and “End Polio Now”more