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BEST WESTERN Scores Hotel
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Whether travelling on
business or pleasure, exploring the sight of St Andrews or
experiencing the thrill of the Old Course first hand, the BEST WESTERN Scores Hotel is the ideal choice for visitors to St Andrews,
golfers and non-golfers alike.
The hotel occupies two
traditional Victorian Town Houses dating back to 1864 and 1880 and
retains many of the large former drawing rooms as Junior Suites.
There are 36 rooms in
total, many of which have stunning views over the West Sands beach
whilst other enjoy an outlook over the landscaped garden and
ROTARY CLUB OF ST
The Rotary Club of St
Andrews was founded in November 1927 with only five members, but has
grown steadily over the years and now has seventy members.
The club is involved in
a wide range of initiatives, raising between ten and fifteen thousand
pounds each year. This money goes to support those less fortunate
than ourselves, both locally and abroad. The funds are raised in a
variety of ways including a Jazz Night, Sponsored Run, Garden Party,
the Dunhill Golf Competition Raffle, Spectacle Collection and Books
Abroad. The local and international charities which have benefited
from these fund raising events over the last few years include Polio
Plus, Cancer Research, RNLI, Diabetes UK, Breast Cancer, British
Heart Foundation, CHAS, St Andrews in Bloom, Erskine Hospital and
sponsorship of school pupils to attend a leadership camp and visits
to the European Parliament.
In addition to fund
raising, the club arranges the following community events: Kids Out,
Senior Citizens Treat, International Golf Week, Stroke Awareness Day,
Primary School Quiz, Student Family Link Scheme and Student Christmas
The club meets for
lunch at the BEST WESTERN Scores Hotel every Wednesday at 1.00pm,
when fellow Rotarians would be most welcome to attend. If you wish
more details about our Rotary Club please visit our website
ROTARY CLUB OF ST
Along with our mother
St Andrews Club, we serve the St. Andrews area of Fife. We derive our
Club name from the site of the monastery of Kilrymont or Kilyrmond
(later the cathedral church of St Andrew).
The St Andrews
Kilrymont Club was formed in 1996 to provide an evening group
alternative to the St Andrews Club, which is luncheon club. The St
Andrews Kilrymont Club received its charter on 25th August 1996. The
Club has now around 30 members, including an increasing number of
The Club meets for
supper at the BEST WESTERN Scores Hotel every Tuesday evening at
6:45pm and fellow Rotarians would be most welcome to attend. If you
wish more details about our Rotary Club please visit our website
INTERNATIONAL ST ANDREWS AND DISTRICT
The first meeting of
the St Andrews and District Club was held on the 12th October 1960,
with the Charter Dinner taking place on the 11th March 1961. The club
is a daughter club of Soroptimist International of Dundee and one of
the seven clubs of Scotland North Region. Our members live or work in
St Andrews, North Fife, Cupar and the Howe of Fife and the East Neuk.
Meetings take place at
the BEST WESTERN Scores Hotel on alternate Thursdays at 7.00pm. One meeting is
always a Business Meeting. The second meeting may be a Speaker
Evening or a Development Meeting or Programme Action workshops.
Speaker Evenings start at 6.30pm and include a meal.
include the Annual Coffee Morning, held in April, and the Quiz Night,
usually held in February. Other fundraising events,
held in the past few years have included a sponsored parachute jump
by one intrepid club member, Ladies Day, a Charity Lunch, music concerts
held in the Byre Theatre, Art Auctions and hosting an evening with the
Pampered Chef and other local specialist food retailers. Events held at
the homes of members have included a Fun Day, Candlelite parties, a
Spring tea and a Summer Barbecue. One member, Anne Rutherford, completed
a 58-mile long sponsored cycle ride in April 2009 to raise funds for
Project Sierra, the SI Quadrennial project that ended in July 2011.
Social Events are the Annual Christmas Lunch and a Summer Outing, as
well as an International Evening, held in January, when visitors from
overseas are often invited to attend.
The retired members of the club and former members, who are unable to attend evening meetings once a month, for morning coffee.
year, the President usually selects a charity to be the main
beneficiary of the club's fundraising efforts. Club members then choose
several smaller charities to support. Charities which are supported may
be local, national or international.
main project for 2009-2011 was working to support and help the
Inclusiveness Team, who work with students at Elmwood College, Cupar
with special educational needs. The main charity for 2012 was MND
Scotland, that supports people suffering from motor neurone disease, and
in 2013 the club will be raising funds for the Special Needs Unit at
the Canongate Primary School in St Andrews plus three other local