The wheels on the bus go round and round

Handing over the cheque: chairman of Age UK Spalding District Avril Butters (left) and general manager Liz Walmsley receive the cheque from the Rotary Club of South Holland president Keith Brown and Clive Benson. Photo (NIKKI GRIFFIN): SG190612-115NG
Handing over the cheque: chairman of Age UK Spalding District Avril Butters (left) and general manager Liz Walmsley receive the cheque from the Rotary Club of South Holland president Keith Brown and Clive Benson. Photo (NIKKI GRIFFIN): SG190612-115NG
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A GROUP of Rotarians are heroes as far as the elderly folk who use Age UK Spalding District’s day centre are concerned.

Over many years, the Rotary Club of South Holland has supported what publicity officer Geof Nichols calls “the tremendous work done by Age UK in Spalding”, both by helping out with money and by providing several drivers for the day centre’s minibus service.

The club handed over a cheque for £2,000 to Age UK Spalding District last Tuesday as a contribution towards a new minibus.

Geof said: “The support we give continues with help with purchasing their new bus and with providing drivers for the service.”