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  • Important notice re Website future

    Website is up to date as of February 2020. From this date all day to day events and photographs of events will be posted only The Rotary Club Of Lisburn Facebook page.

    Please follow link on website or log in to Facebook and if possible like or follow the page to increase our following

    Only notices of upcoming events and details of Club Officers and Committees will still be posted here

  • Lunch Meeting Friday 21st February / Speaker Neil Sutherland

    img_0826-copyNeil Sutherland’s passion for the outdoors was first ignited when,as aboy he spent every school holiday with his grandparents,who crofted in the Scottish highlands.He had alread joined the scouts and later amoutain rescue team,to which he would later become leader.When he retired in 1998 Neil and his wife Libby joined the Holiday Fellowship Ramblers, anorganisation designed to offer inexpensive walking holidays abroad. Aside fro 6 trips to Nepal,they have led expeditions to parts of the world most people only dream about. To date he has led 6 trips to long haul destinations,19 to Europe and sevreal others to mainland UK.

    VP Paul and Linda have joined him on trips to Morocco in 2013 and India in 2017

  • Trevor Guy Bursary 2020

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  • Burned / The RHI story Sam McBride



  • The Delorean Story / Nick Sutton

    Friday Lunch meeeting 31st January

    Nick SuttonĀ  who had written the book about Delorean and was involved with the whole project fron the start to finish,took us through a short history of the financing, the production process and eventual failure of the dream of producing the Delorean supercar in West Belfast in the 1980s during the worst of the ttrouble. We were also delighted to have a Delorean at Malone for members to examine. needless to say Presiden John a Lotus enthusiast was in his element


  • Celebrating Burns at Malone Golf club


    On Saturday 25th January the Club celebrated Burns night at Malone Golf Club. Some 70 members and guests enjoyed a sumptuous meal of Scotch Broth, Haggis ,RoastBeef after a champagne reception. Sinead from Public Speaking NI provided the piper and music and recitals of Burns works.TheHaggis was pipedi and then addressed by Sinead before been served with neets and tatties.

    Photographs of the night are available on the Rotary Club of Lisburn Facebook page