About our Club

Meetings: These are held on alternate Thursdays in the Scores Hotel, The Scores, St. Andrews at 6.00pm.  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 6.00pm and include a meal.

Membership:  Our members live or work in St. Andrews, North Fife, Cupar and the Howe of Fife, and the East Neuk.

Programme Action:  Current and Recent Projects include:

Little Dresses For Africa

Handicap International


Little Dresses for Africa

Water Aid

Story Boards and Sensory  Sacks

Tools for Africa


Recycling of  mobile phones, used postage stamps, and spectacles

Sounds of North East Fife (produces taped extracts from local newspapers, for the visually impaired, in NE Fife)

Support is also given to Stratheden Hospital and East Fife Women’s Aid


Friendship Links:  The club has links with the following clubs:

Missoula, Montana, and Port Townsend & East Jefferson County, both U.S.A. Londonderry,  Staffordshire Moorlands and Bangalore


Social and Fundraising:

Fundraising events include the Annual Coffee Morning, usually 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, and a Charity Lunch, Music concerts held in the Byre Theatre, Art Auctions and hosting an evening with the Pampered Chef & 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.

Regular 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 meet once a month, for morning coffee.

Each 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.

The charities for  2016 -17 are:-

CEDAR (Supports children and young people to help recover from their experiences of domestic abuse and violence)

Toby’s magical Journey (Helping local children and young people with a diagnosed cancer)

Interested in joining us?  Please contact:

Helen Rorrison

New Volunteer House, 16 East Fergus Place, Kirkcaldy, KY1 1XT
Telephone: 01592 645300

Guests are welcome at Speaker meetings and social events.