March Rotary Club donates £1,200 raised by Santa’s Sleigh tour to two town causes

The March Rotary Club has donated £600 to Positive People Care March. PHOTO: Robert Freeman

The March Rotary Club has donated £600 to Positive People Care March. PHOTO: Robert Freeman

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The March Rotary Club has donated £1,200 - raised by its Christmas Santa’s Sleigh tour – to two different causes in the town this month.

March Lions' Ian Groom (left) and March Rotary Club President Nicholas Kime (right) donated £600 to Young People March. PHOTO: Robert FreemanMarch Lions' Ian Groom (left) and March Rotary Club President Nicholas Kime (right) donated £600 to Young People March. PHOTO: Robert Freeman

The club first donated £600 to the Positive People Care, before giving the same amount was given to Young People March.

Positive People Care support people with mental health problems, while Young People March is a youth centre run by local volunteers.

Rotary member Robert Freeman said: “The money donated will help support the vital work carried out by volunteers at Positive People Care and the youngsters at Young People March were friendly, polite and a credit to the organisation.”


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