President Mike Halley welcomes you to the Rotary Club of Inverness Loch Ness
Little Green Fingers of St Joseph’s Eco Group
Grant from the club supports school garden initiative at St Joseph's, Invernessdetails
Panto Collections support Children First
Left to right: costumed Rotarians David Henderson, Iain Macintosh, Neil Anderson and Donald Robertson present the cheque to Jane Clunas from Children 1st.details
RYLA Candidate receives certificate
President James Campbell presents our Rotary Youth Leader Award certificate to our candidate, James Douglas, after his successful completion of the coursedetails
RCLN organised a successful Kids Out date in Aviemore for young people with special needs.details
2019 - 2020 President inducted
A welcoming handshake from outgoing president, James Campbell. Past District Governor, Mike Halley, was inducted as the Club's president for the current Rotary year. Mike is no stranger to the role as this is his second term as president of our clubdetails
Be the Inspiration
The Rotary Club of Inverness Loch Ness was the second Rotary Club to be formed in Inverness. We were chartered in 1991 under our original name of "Rotary Club of Loch Ness".
The Rotary motto is ‘Service above self’ and we try hard to make that a reality by supporting a wide range of activities locally and overseas.
Fundraise for and support local charities – through Panto collection, Santa Run, Local grant scheme and food collections at Tesco for HF.
Encourage Euroscola participation
Youth Leadership Scheme & Camp at Nethybridge & Various Youth Competitions
Support the Kids Out event
Classic Car Tour Annually raising funds for a nominated charity
Support Blythswood Care Annual Shoe Box Appeal
Shelter Boxes are shipped to natural disasters around the world
In partnership with Roll out The Barrel we plan to provide a brand new toilet block for Kalasa school in Kasozi district Leewro, Uganda, and provide a rain water harvesting programme and also provide the school with necessary equipment both in construction and educational supplies to educate the 150 – 200 children and provide water barrels and filters to ensure a clean water supply.
We meet every Wednesday at 12.45 for 1.00 pm and we are delighted to welcome visiting Rotarians. More detail on our programme and the meeting venue can be found on this site.
Be part of a global network of volunteers, trying to make the world a better place. Please also see the 'links & news' page for information from the local district and live feeds from Rotary International and Rotary International in GB&I.