Rotary Club of Thornhill & District - welcome! Please scroll/swipe down through this page to find out more about us, in addition to the pages linked in the menu, top-left.
Rotary at World of Jobs event
The Rotary Club of Thornhill and District were involved at Wallace Hall Primary School recently where a World of Work event was held.details
Michael Alec Marshall joins Rotary
President Trevor Baxter welcomes Michael Alec Marshall as a new member to the clubdetails
Annual Burns Supper Wednesday 17th January 2018
The Rotary Club of Thornhill and District’s Annual Burns Supper @ Thornhill Bowling Club Wednesday 17th January 2018details
Young Photographer 2016-2017
Young photographers receive their framed prints from Rotarian Keith Sheddendetails
Michael Haycock joins the team
President Trevor Baxter welcomes new member Michael Haycock into the folddetails
The Rotary Club of Thornhill and District is set in Dumfries and Galloway, South West Scotland and was formed in 1975. Its members meet weekly on a Wednesday evening @18:30 for 19:00 in The Thornhill Inn, Drumlanrig Street, Thornhill. We currently have 34 members throughout the Nith and Cairn Valleys, Stretching from Holywood in the south through to Sanquhar and Kirkconnel in the north.
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Alastair and Brenda Ready For The Off
BACKING MAGGIE’S: Rotarian Alastair Sillars and his wife Brenda are getting ready for the off.
Trevor Takes the Reins
Outgoing President presents the chain of office to incoming 2017-2018 President Trevor Baxter
2017-2018 Handover Golf
Rotarian Stewart Lee lifts the the trophy in the 2017-2018 Changover Golf Competition
Community Award 2016-2017
Andy MacKay, President of Thornhill and District Rotary Club (left) presents John Maxwell with the Service to the Community Award 2016-2017
40th ANNIVERSARY CHARTER DINNER CELEBRATIONS
Over 70 Rotarians and friends of the Rotary Club of Thornhill and District recently celebrated the 40th anniversary of the club receiving its charter from Rotary International. The venue for this milestone event in the life of the Thornhill Club was the prestigious Drumlanrig Castle.
Meetings and events happening soon
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