Upcoming Meetings

e-meetings replace normal weekly meetings

Guest Speaker - Ged O’Brien - Scotland’s Leading Sports Historian

MOR/VOT: John Dunlop
When: Tue June 9 18:00 - 18:40
Where: E- Meeting

Club Assembly

When: Tue June 23 16:00 - 16:40
Where: E- Meeting

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Where and When

Weekly meetings are held:

• Savoy Park Hotel, Ayr
• Tuesday 5.30 to 7.30pm
• Other informal meetings in members' homes
• Project work - anytime to suit

New Morning Meetings
• Fox and Willow Hotel, Ayr
• Thursday 7.45am to 8.45am
• First and third Thursday of the month

New Members Welcome!

Thinking of joining the Rotary Club of Ayr?

We are one of the largest and most active clubs in Ayrshire, and indeed in the whole of District 1230, covering the west of Scotland, and have been successful in recruiting new members recently. Come along to a meeting to find out why these  people joined our club.

Dates for your Diary

  • All physical events cancelled owing to Coronavirus.
  • e-meetings are held every second Tuesday – see Meetings for details

Photo of the Month Award

Euan Frew snapped this recently

Aquabox Latest

New Video

One of our major on-going projects is to support Aquabox. Have a look at their new video. More information on our Aquabox page


Rotary Club of Ayr

The Rotary Club of Ayr has over 50 members and is active in our local, national and international communities. We meet every Tuesday, 5.45 for 6.00pm, at the Savoy Park Hotel, Ayr. Please take a few moments to visit our website, to see the service work we do in our communities. We are a very active Rotary Club, in service and in fellowship. And from fellowship, friendships grow. If you would like to know more about Rotary and in particular, The Rotary Club of Ayr, send an email to craig.wilson@highabbothill.co.uk
Rotary Club of Ayr
Rotary Club of Ayr
Ayr Rotarians are still churning out the “Friday 5K” kilometres, despite the change in the weather this week. Ronnie covered a fantastic 6.5km, taking in a very blustery Greenan shore en route. Euan Lawrence’s route allowed him to check on the wellbeing of the new brood of cygnets on the River Doon. Katie clocked up her 5km with a combination of 3km in the sea and 2.3km on the rowing machine. The Benevolent Fund is already feeling the benefit!