Archive 16 September 2021

ROTARY SUPPORT FOR A 24-HOUR KNITATHON

Our Rotary club is supporting a 24-hour knitathon to raise funds for the Hope House ‘Final Moments Matter’ campaign. The knitathon, at Belle Vue Methodist Church Hall, Belle Vue Road, Shrewsbury, on October 8, is being co-organised by two members of the Belle Vue Knit and Natter Group. One of those is Mrs Mavis Sharp,

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SUPERVET TICKETS ARE BEING SNAPPED UP

Remaining tickets for the visit of Supervet Noel Fitzpatrick to Shrewsbury are being snapped up. Tickets which had been held back for members of Shrewsbury Severn Rotary Club who are organising the Supervet visit were released and sold immediately. Members were given a deadline to take up their ticket allocation and those who have found

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ROTARY HELPING PEOPLE OVERSEAS BECOME SELF-SUFFICIENT

A Rotary club’s Lendwithcare has been the main international activity during the pandemic, members have been told. Rotarian Chris Allsop, who is continue to lead on international projects during the new Rotary year, told Shrewsbury Severn Rotary Club that since the Lendwithcare scheme started 150 loans had been made helping 1,070 people to become self-sufficient

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SUPERVET VISIT NEARING SELL-OUT

The visit of Supervet Noel Fitzpatrick to Shrewsbury later in the year is well on its way to being a sell-out. Shrewsbury Severn Rotary Club has announced that 530 tickets have already been snapped up for his long-awaited presentation at Theatre Severn on September 13 at 7.30 pm. The event was originally called off due

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NEW ROTARY PRESIDENT SPELLS OUT KEY CHANGES

Key changes in the life of Rotary have been spelt out by an incoming club president. Newly elected Shrewsbury Severn Rotary Club president John Yeomans said one of those key changes would involve the collection of money from fundraising activities such as the popular Santa sleigh. John told a club zoom meeting on the occasion

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