Established in 1970, Eastwood Rotary Club is a vibrant and growing club with a great mix of members - old young, male, female, working, retired. But we are united in maintaining a busy timetable of charitable and social activities. Our aim is simple - enjoy socialising while seeking fun ways to raise money that can be used to help our community.
If you feel that you want to put something back into the community while gaining a whole new group of like-minded friends, then come and join us. There are over 1.2 million Rotarians worldwide and Eastwood is one of over 50 Rotary clubs in the West of Scotland alone!
We do fundraising and also have a bit of fun. And the money helps the needy in our local, national and international community in so many ways.
Over the last few months we've had a fashion show, a Santa's Grotto, a Christmas fun night, a Young Musicians Competition, a Burns Supper and a Primary School Quiz. Oh, and we participated in the famous Govan Quiz (tho we didn't do too well!). And now we're planning for the remainder of 2018.
We also have regular visits with our friends in the Rotary Club of Saint-Quentin Pastels. We have been twinned with tehm for over 10 years now. Socially, we also have meals out, and regulalrly visit the pantomime and other theatre events. Just check out our posts, our tweets and our Facebook page for more details.
We meet each Thursday evening, 6 for 6.30, at Williamwood Golf Club, 690 Clarkston Road, Glasgow G44 3YR. Note that entry is via the left hand side of the Petrol Station.
Please look us up and call 0141 637 1783 if you have any difficulty finding us.
Our District 1230 website can be found by clicking the Rotary logo below -
And we have many videos on Eastwood Rotary's activities here at our own YouTube site. Why not take a look? Just click on the YouTube logo below.
Is this for you? Then why not complete the contact form and we'll be in touch about coming along one evening to find out more? You may also enjoy this video explaining what Rotary means to ordinary people like you and I? Check it out here - Why Rotary?