Committee 2017 - 2018
|Vice President||Steph Moore|
|International Services||Sandra Walsh|
|Club Correspondent||Janice Thompson|
|September 20th||District Chairman Julie Ramsay|
|October 18th||Andy Courtnedge “Flying with the Royals”|
|November 15th||Mike Duguid “My Year as World President of the Robert Burns Federation”|
|December 6th||Christmas Meal|
|January 17th||Harriet Lewis “Talk on the Street-Child Charity and their work”|
|February 21st||Club Fun/games night|
|March 14th||AGM. The Macular Society speaker Charlie Bennett|
|April 18th||Dale Gormley, Scotland Community Manager, Canine Partners|
|May 16th||Claudine Brindle Manager Dumfries & Galloway Young Carers|
|August 12th||Rotary Club Cycle Sportif|
|August 15th||Presidents Supper - Catholic Church Hall|
|August 19th||Rotary Club Fun Day|
|January 10/11th||Inner Wheen International Day - President's Soup & Sweet|
|March 21st-29th||Inner Wheel Conference in Bournemouth|
On Saturday 12h of August Kirkcudbright Inner Wheel supported The Rotary Club’s Cycling Sportif, providing soup and cakes to the riders after their heroic efforts.
President Sue addresses the club at the President's Supper
Fun day cake stall
The club raised a fantastic £1,150 at the Kirkcudbright Country Fair 8th & 9th July. Well done to us all for amazing contributions and hard work.
A fantastic £307.70 was raised on May 14th by hardworking members, resplendent in their new club fleeces!
Past President, Gwen Shaw and Club members presenting a cheque for £1080 to Stevie Carr, SVCS QR project manager and Revd.Stephen Hazlett, representing The Mission to Seafarers.
Vintage Tea Party
About the area
Kirkcudbright, population about 3500, is situated in Southern Scotland, on the estuary of the River Dee in the heart of Galloway. The town is an ‘Artists’ Town and holds regular art exhibitions. Many famous artists have lived and worked in the area, which is surrounded by beautiful countryside.
Kirkcudbright has many attractions and countless clubs and societies. It boasts a panoramic 18-hole Golf Course, a Wildlife Conservation Park, a Marina and working harbour and a community run Swimming Pool. Others places of interest are the Museum, Broughton House, a National Trust property where E.A.Hornel lived and Maclellan’s Castle.
The Summer Festivities run events all through the summer, culminating in the Tattoo, always a show-stopper! There is also a Jazz Festival in June and an Arts and Crafts Trail in July. Kirkcudbright has a wealth of things to see and do in a wonderful setting.