Paralympic icon Cundy discusses career at Fenland rotary club’s charter night
PARALYMPIC icon Jody Cundy spoke about his glittering career as the guest speaker at a Fenland rotary club’s charter night.
The 32-year-old, from Walpole St Andrew, spoke to members and guests at Wisbech Rotary Club’s Charter Night after competing at the UCI Para-Cycling Track World Championships, in Montichiari, Italy.
Jody returned with two golds and one silver medal and reinforced his reputation as one of the most successful British paralympians of all time. He has claimed 10 world titles in all after competing as a swimmer before switching to cycling.
Other top table guests were Assistant Governor District 1080 Rtn. June Snowdon who gave the toast to the Rotary Club of Wisbech congratulating the club in gaining four new members over the past year.
Club president Jon Martin also presented a Paul Harris Fellowship to fellow Rotarian Richard Barnwell during the evening held at Elm Tree Restaurant, Elm.
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Mr Martin also thanked members for making a difference to their club and their community of Wisbech.
Wisbech Rotary Club will be hosting a ‘Know Your Bloody Pressure’ event on April 9 at Wisbech Library. It will run from 10am-4pm.
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