The Rotary Club of Oldmeldrum
meets in

The Redgarth, Kirk Brae, Oldmeldrum.
(Phone 01651 872353)

on Monday evenings,
at 6.30 p.m. for 6.45 p.m.

Click link right for a scalable location map centered on The Redgarth.

Club Officers.
President - Mrs. Sheena Clarke
President Elect - Mr. Thomas Gunn
Hon. Treasurer - Ms. Nicola Harvey
Hon. Secretary - Mr. Alistair Flett

Please address any correspondence to :-
The Secretary, Rotary Club of Oldmeldrum,
Easter Crichie Cottage, St. Katherines, Inverurie. AB51 8SR. Tel. 01651 891620
E-mail address :-

The Rotary Club of Oldmeldrum and Meldrum Academy

Young Musician of the Year Competition 2014

The winners of this year's competition were as follows:-

Young Musician of the Year 2014 - Jessica Hay, piano
Most Promising Young Musician - Ruaraidh Williams, cello
S4 S6 age group - Jessica Hay, piano
S1 - S3 age group - Christopher Smith, oboe
P5 - P7 age group - Sophie Jackson, piano
P1 - P4 age group - John McLaughlin, guitar

For a report of the competition see the Club News page.

Welcome to the Rotary Club of Oldmeldrum website, and here is a bit about us.

Oldmeldrum Rotary Club was formed in 1999 and is a lively, active, forward thinking club with an enthusiastic membership of male and female members drawn from the business and professional communities of Oldmeldrum and surrounding areas.

Oldmeldrum has grown from being primarily a centre for the agricultural industry to a busy small friendly town with increasing links to the oil industry of Aberdeen.

In order to encourage and foster the Rotary ideal of service in our local community and beyond, the Club undertakes a variety of service responses in vocation, community and international activities for the promotion of goodwill and understanding.

As well as the regular Monday night meetings in the Redgarth, the Club regularly organises a number of extra mural activities and social events, e.g. the Haddo Easter Egg Hunt and visiting the local communities with our Santa Sleigh. It has developed close links with the local schools, and Club members actively contribute to the improvement of community facilities. The Club also raises significant sums of money for local and international charities.

For further details of these activities, click on the different links at left.

The Club produces a A4 size news sheet, the "Squeeky Wheel", primarily as information for members. If you would like to download a copy in PDF format, click on the link below.
Current issue of the Squeeky Wheel

We are a friendly welcoming Club. If you want to know more about us, or would like to attend a meeting, please contact the Secretary, or one of the Club members.

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