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URGENT KidsOut Magical Christmas at Drayton Manor Park 8 December

KidsOut in conjunction with Drayton Manor Park have organised a Special Christmas Day Out at the the theme park on Monday 8 December 2014.

There are 400 FREE places (including Carers) available for children with special needs. Yes, this is FREE OF CHARGE.Transport to /from Drayton Manor Park is not included.

Due to the limited number of places, they will be allocated on a 'first come, first served basis'.

NEW 1060 COMMUNITY AWARD FOR 2012/13

£5,000 for a very worthwhile cause

This is a NEW AWARD with funding up to £5000...any Rotary Club in 1060 can enter.

The rules are simple :-

  • It is for the best local community project in Rotary District 1060 that needs financial assistance to make it happen

  • It may all be given to one Club, or spread among Clubs thought to have an equally good workable idea, to a maximimum of 5 Clubs.

  • Your project may be one that needs additional funding or be a brand new idea to be developed

Special Needs Football

Special Needs Football: Preparing to kick.

Now in its 14th year, 220 pupils took part in the Rotary District Special Needs Football Festival, held at Aston Villa Football Club Academy on 10th October 2011.

A total of 17 schools entered 31 teams from an area that is centred on Birmingham and the West Midlands, and includes parts of Warwickshire, Worcestershire and Staffordshire.

The competition was run by the Wylde Green Rotary and Inner Wheel Clubs.

Festival Organiser Nick Thurston of the Wylde Green Rotary Club said:

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