Peter Seaward

Wellbeing Café – Madeley

President Tom and other members went to the Wellbeing Madeley Community café run by Telford & Wrekin CVS to provide a grant from our Fairbourne Fund which will enable two trainees to be taken on and to prepare them for future employment. The café is a non for profit safe space for people to access …

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Fairbourne grant to PODS

The Fairbourne Fund was pleased to support PODS (Parents Opening Doors) https://www.podstelford.org/ with a grant towards their trip to Rhyl. Jo Smith with her son Reece start to book the coaches in the picture.

Afternoon Tea with Tom & Mary

From our special correspondent Venn Davies How kind of President Tom and Mary to entertain members and guests at their lovely home. As we emerge from the constraints of Coronavirus it was wonderful to get together and chat. Pleasant weather, relaxing safe surroundings and perfect hosts.  A great time had by all.Thank you Tom and …

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DG visit

What a busy meeting we had today as the new Rotary District 1210 Governor Robyn joined us with the message to serve to change lives. Have a good year in office Robyn. Best wishes to Trevor who is the Environment Officer.

New Member – Violet Redmond

Today we welcome Violet Redmond as a new member. I am sure you will agree Violet looks a lot better than in the zoom screen print. Violet’s picture has prompted someone to ask about membership. What a great start

Nebulisers for the PRH

Past President Peter recommended that 40 Nebuliser units be presented to the Respiratory team at The Princess Royal Hospital Here we see Jill Watson, President Tom and Doctor Dr Harmesh Moudgil putting identity labels on the first batch.The Labels we learned from Dr Moudgil served two purposes they show that the community cares and it …

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Rotarians at Bikefest

Saturday 26th June – Market Square WellingtonBikes from the Wolverhampton and Shropshire HOGS assembled under Vic’s orders and filled the square to the delight of the cafés and other businesses. The Orbit had 3 screenings of ‘Wild HOGS’ and served hot drinks at cut prices. When the dust settles the Staffordshire, Shropshire, Cheshire blood Bikes …

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