The Rotary Club of Sleaford Kesteven continues to help local groups and has made a donation of £1,500 to childrens group Rainbow Stars. President Graeme Morrice is pictured with Hannah Owen and Aimee Preston from the group at a recent Rotary meeting. Rainbow Stars is a group for Parents/Guardians and Siblings with Children who have Autism and additional Needs in Lincolnshire. It holds a monthly meet session to chat and breakfast, while the children of 12 and under can play securely in a relaxed atmosphere.
Children of Courage 2018 – The Award Winners Daisy Freeman is 8 years old and in Year 3 at St Botolph’s School, Sleaford. Tragically, when she was 4, she lost her mummy in a car accident. Her father eventually remarried but in 2016, her … [Continue reading]
Polio this week, at 6th March 2018 Summary of newly-reported viruses to date: Afghanistan: One new wild poliovirus type 1 (WPV1) positive environmental sample has been reported in Nangarhar province. Pakistan: Two new WPV1 positive … [Continue reading]
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Rotary Provides Fresh Water in Zambia In 2017, The Rotary Club of Sleaford Kesteven kindly supported the charity Village Water with a grant of £2,300 from the club and this was doubled on the ‘Big Give’ – through the national Rotary movement. The … [Continue reading]