Club 1777 - District 1010
Welcome to our Club
We are based in the ancient Scottish capital of Perth. History is perhaps neither our raison d'être nor strength but it does provide us with a sense of belonging. We feel that we are a part of Perth and we support many activities within the city and the local area. In true Scottish tradition, some of these activities embrace the world.
Afternoon Tea at 3 pm at No. 3.
George and Ann Delgaty were the hosts on Sunday 18th June at a fund raising afternoon in aid of Rotary's "End Polio Now" Campaign.
Click here for pictures and George's report on what was a very enjoyable day.
GO4Gold - 13th June 2017
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KidsOut - 14th June 2017
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Fellowship Outing to Pitlochry Festival Theatre - "High Society"
Date: Friday 23 June 2017
Time: 8.00 pm start
Cost: £15 per person
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GAVEL CHAMPIONS 2017
The winning gavellers pictured at the Station Hotel, Stonehaven after defeating the Huntly Rotary Club on 11th May 2017.
From left - Ian Stevenson, Steve Norris, Bob Riddell, Greg Ross, a delighted captain Willie Monks, Chris Kirk, Brian Johnston, Nick Hine and Frank Sloan.
See News & Events for more pictures.
The Tayside Challenge Cycle Sportive 2017
The Tayside Challenge 2017 was held on Saturday 6th May based at the picturesque village of Pitcairngreen. 237 cyclists donated £30 each to take part in this charity event organised jointly by the Rotary Club of Perth Kinnoull and the Glasgow -based charity Malawi Fruits.
Rotarian Mike Wilkinson briefs riders at the start.
The event was held in glorious spring weather which provided ideal cycling conditions along the length of the 46-mile and 81-mile routes which were planned using minor roads and national cycle routes.
The fastest male rider on the long 81-mile route was Paul Cooper from Monikie in an outstanding time of 4hrs.09 mins.38secs. To complete a family double Paul’s wife Judith Clark achieved the fastest female time on the shorter 46-mile route in a time of 3hrs.01min.01sec.
The quickest female rider in the tough 81-mile ride was Annette Irvine from Edinburgh in an impressive time of 5hrs.08mins.50secs.
The speediest male entrant in the 46-mile event was Johnnie Walker, who grew up in Yorkshire and is now a software engineer living in Bankfoot. Johnnie achieved a time of 2hrs.20mins.01sec
We meet every Tuesday evening in the Royal George Hotel on Tay Street at 6.15 pm. Visiting Rotarians are always very welcome. If you are in town, do come along and enjoy our fellowship.
The programme of forthcoming meetings can be viewed here.