Rotary Raises £655 Cash for 'Blood Bikes'

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Rotary Club Raises Cash for Blood Bikes
Rotarians Langport and Somerton

New President of the Rotary Club of Langport & Somerton, Roger Hampton and his wife Christine, recently organised a USA Independence Day evening in their garden in Curry Rivel, for Rotarians and friends.

Over 50 attended this event, enjoying American styles foods, desserts and a few beverages. Fund raising at this event also raised a fantastic £655 for 'Blood Bikes'.

'Blood Bikes' is an Emergency Voluntary Service that delivers urgent blood and medical supplies that save lives in the Somerset area.

The Rotary Club is committed to 'making a difference' in our local Community by supporting local clubs, organisations and individuals, as well as important International causes like Polio eradication.

To find out what Rotary does in the Langport & Somerton area the please go to.... www.langportandsomertonrotary.org/

Or please call Clive Sills on 01458 253558

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