We’re for CommunitiesRotary/ScotRail project in DundeeThe five Rotary Clubs in Dundee, (Abertay, Claverhouse, Dundee, Discovery and Monifieth) worked together to progress a partnership project with ScotRail. The ‘Adopt a Station’ programme is run by ScotRail as a means of involving local communities in maintaining high environmental standards at railway stations with the signature ‘barrel trains’ forming a focus for this endeavour. The Rotary Clubs in Dundee have embraced this concept and are looking after the barrel trains at Broughty Ferry, Dundee, Invergowrie and Monifieth Stations. The barrel trains have been filled with suitable plants by local Rotarians and are already contributing a welcome splash of colour to the stations. It is hoped that the cooperation between Rotary and ScotRail will continue to be developed over the coming months and years.ScotRail external relations manager John Yellowlees said "Our adopt a stations policy is about putting stations at the heart of their communities, and we are delighted that the Rotary Clubs have taken Dundee, Invergowrie, Monifieth and Broughty Ferry Stations to their hearts by adopting these distinctive barrel-train planters".