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Scott Gallacher appointed President of the Rotary Club of Leicester

We’re delighted to announce that Scott Gallacher has been appointed President of the Rotary Club of Leicester.

Scott Gallacher is a local Chartered Financial Planner and has been a member of the club since 2013.

Founded in 1916, the Rotary Club of Leicester is one of the oldest and largest Rotary Clubs in the United Kingdom, with over 50 members, drawn from men and women living in, or whose business or organisation serves, the City of Leicester.

Scott aims to build on the work of the previous President, Parmdeep Vadesha, by further expanding the reach of our Club and the positive impact it has on our community. He would also welcome any other local organisations or business that would like to collaborate with our club for the benefit of the community.

Last year, Scott helped with the Club’s Christmas Hamper and Easter Egg appeals, which were well supported with donations from local people and businesses, for the benefit of local vulnerable people. Scott hopes to repeat these two appeals during his year as President.

Scott also hopes we can get out and about in our community, subject to Covid guidelines. Visiting other clubs and organisations, and undertaking volunteering work.

Scott plans to add specific ‘bring a colleague’ and ‘bring a family’ member days to complement the Club’s new Corporate and Family memberships which provide an additional opportunity for local people and businesses to join Rotary.

With the lockdown restrictions ending, he also hopes the club can hold social events this year (a curry evening, a theatre night, a bridge tournament, and such) as fellowship is an important element of making the club welcoming and engaging, especially to younger members.

We hope he can end his year on a high with the 2022 Music in the Park event in the grounds of Wistow Hall, which we hope with be a fantastic social event for the community.

Finally, his two boys have a genetic condition (Ectodermal Dysplasia), and he hopes to raise funds for his Presidential Charity, the Ectodermal Dysplasia Society which supports people with their condition.