Ten Pin Bowling Update

Sports officer Rob reports that a very close win over Ironbridge at 10 pin bowling means Wellington meet Audley or Leek in the next round.

Food Bank February Update

Richard Studd reports We had a really good collection on Friday 7 February, our second of 2020. Food and toiletries weighed in at 198 kilos and members donated a further £60 cash. Furthermore, Ollie, the Foodbank manager acknowledged an error in January’s figure; it too was in the region of 190- 200 kilos in addition to …

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Food Bank Christmas Collection

Rotarians I’ve finally had the weight of our donations last Friday, a record 313 kgs plus £35. They were very grateful as ever and were especially pleased with the Christmas biscuits. So once again our members have come up trumps. Well done and thank you to everyone. Richard

Tree of Light Switched On

On Thursday 14th November at around 16.30 a crowded Mall at Telford Centre filled by the sounds of the Salvation Army Band waited patiently for the Rotary Telford Tree of Light to be switched on. But this year was different. The Tree was at a new site – in New Row in the recently completed …

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RYLA 2019

Tabitha Byne spoke to Club members about her week at Kibblestone where she was our RYLA nominee.  Tabitha spoke eloquently about all the activities she was involved in and explained how the week had changed her outlook and attitude to life.

Jacob Chandler – Sculptor 2019

The Club once again welcomed Jacob Chandler a young sculptor intent on following his dream. Everyone was enthralled by Jacob’s talk which focussed on the installation of his 3meter high sculpture at Telford Town Centre’s new fashion area. Jacob’s website [jacobchandler.co.uk] reveals that his ‘work focuses on the most dramatic point of an action, be …

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Charity film Night 2019

The Rotary Club of Wellington’s Annual Charity Film Night took place on Tuesday 29th October at the Charlton School in Wellington. Organised by Rotarians Sophie Yates and Jim Tranter the film chosen was ‘Fisherman’s Friends’. The audience were also shown a short film about the work of Home-Start. Sophie and Jim were successful in bringing …

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