The Rotary Bike Ride 2018
A joint venture with the Carnegie Dunfermline Rotary Clubthumbnail view
This year, the Rotary Ride is delighted to be partnering with the four charities Prostate UK, Prostate Scotland, Prostate Cymru and the Irish Cancer Society to help in the battle against the disease.
Martin, Jane, Brian and Ken took part in Sunday's Rotary Bike Ride. A most enjoyable day with good company,good weather and good cycling. Our Club - before Gift Aid - raised just short of £800 for Prostate Cancer Scotland. Gift aid will bring in more which will be added to Carnegie’s support.
In Great Britain and Ireland, one in eight men will get prostate cancer at some point in their lives and over 11,000 men die every year. That equates to one man every 45 minutes.
It is anticipated that by 2030, prostate cancer will be the most commonly diagnosed cancer in these islands. This means there is a significant need to redouble efforts to increase awareness, treatments and research.
The survival rate is improving but there is still a need to encourage early diagnosis as this can often lead to a more successful treatment. There is probably not a club within Rotary that has not been affected by this disease.
The Ultimate Quiz – Friday 16 November 2018
The Purvis Suite, (Formerly the Kingdom Suite) East End Park, Dunfermlinedetails
2017 Ultimate Quiz
With approx. £4000 raised from the clubs annual Ultimate Quiz both Rotary charities and Children in Need will benefitdetails
2016 Ultimate Quiz Winners
With £4000 raised from the clubs annual Ultimate Quiz both Rotary charities and Children in Need will benefitdetails
2016 Ultimate Quiz
The Ultimate Quiz is one of our major fundraisers and its success will help ensure we can fulfil our charitable objectives over the next year, including of course, a substantial donation to BBC Children in Need.details
2015 AM AM Golf Day
Despite the wet weather, the 12 teams competing in the clubs fifteenth Am Am golf event had a very enjoyable day at Forrester Park Resort in Cairneyhilldetails
Presentation at Maggies Centre
. Rotary Club of West Fife presented the Maggies Cancer Care Centre in Kirkcaldy with a ï¿½1250 cheque, proceeds of an AM-AM Golf Day held in summer of 2013details
Rotary is set to reel for charity
The Dunfermline Strathspey & Reel Society and The Rotary Club of West Fife will hold a charity concert on Thursday 26th March.details
2014 AM - AM Golf Day
Donation of 50% of the AM/AM golf monies topped-up to £2400 will be donated to Maggies enabling the RCWF day at Maggies in Kirkcaldy to be 23/2/15.details
2012 AM AM Golf Classic
The Am AM golf event was held at Forrester Park on 30th May - the last Wednesday in May.details
Thanks For Life Weekend - February 2010
Dunfermline's three Rotary Clubs joined together to run this projectdetails