The Rotary movement celebrated its 111th Birthday on Tuesday 23rd February. This Club is proud to be part of an organization of 1.2 million people in 34,000 Clubs worldwide; people who put “service before self” for the benefit of others. Recently our Club donated £1000.00 to the Keswick Club to assist their tireless work aiding victims of the flood disaster in that part of the country. It is now known that Rotary Clubs throughout the UK donated £750,000.00 to this cause whilst local clubs have worked over 23000 man hours helping with the clean up and supporting the unfortunate victims.
The April/May editions of the Padgate Courier and the Winwick & Croft Courier are now back from the printers. They will be out for delivery over the next ten days, so keep a look out for your copy being posted through your letterbox!
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Organised by Friends of Woolston Park
Will be held in the Cabin on Woolston Park on Wednesday 6th April from 1.30pm - 3.30pm
Children to bring hard-boiled eggs to decorate
Also there will be games and a raffle
Children should be accompanied by an adult.
Councillors Paul Bretherton, Bill Brinksman, Tony McCarthy
To all residents of Woolston
I would like to announce that both Paul Bretherton and Bill Brinksman have not been selected to stand in the local elections by the Labour party, and therefore it is with deep regret that we will no longer be able to represent you the community at large.
Marie Curie’s Great Daffodil Appeal is launching in Warrington on Sunday, 1st March and the charity is asking local people to make a donation and wear a daffodil pin to support people living with terminal illnesses.
The Great Daffodil Appeal runs throughout March and is Marie Curie’s biggest fundraiser. All the funds raised from the appeal will help Marie Curie Nurses provide care to someone living with a terminal illness, so they can spend more time with the people they love.
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