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Solihull Rotary hears about the changing role and work of the Children's Society


By Ian Courts - Posted on 26 January 2014

Isabel Ford, Solihull Bereavement Council
Roseann Boyse, from the Children's Society

Solihull Rotarians had a very interesting and informative talk from Roseann Boyse, from The Childrens Society. She spoke about the history of the society (almost 150 years old) and its changing role. There may not now be private children’s homes, but there are many new dangers to children,  like sexual exploitation and trafficking to deal with. 

At the same meeting, President David Bell was pleased to present a cheque to Isabel Ford, of the Solihull Bereavement Council, one of the charities helped by fund raising at the Club's highly successful Festival.

<photos from Steve Evans, Seven Star Photography.

 

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