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Members of Shrewsbury Severn Rotary Club took the elderly to the United Reformed Church, Abbey Foregate, either in their own cars or in a Dial a Ride bus voluntarily driven by Rotarian Bob Scaiff.
The service of carols and lessons was conducted by the Rev.
Georgia which was commissioned on behalf of the Crown Agents.
They provided a specification and he worked out all the electrics.
Out of 324 local authority areas across the country, Shropshire came 237.
Carol thanked the club on behalf of Home Start Shropshire and said it was ‘fantastic’ to have some new money that had not already been earmarked for projects.
We try to make Christmas time a very happy period because some of our children don’t have very much at Christmas so unwrapping their books means a great deal to them.
What could that be, thought members of Shrewsbury Severn?
“We were there in 1962-63, it was hard graft and I have never worked so hard in my life.
But we wanted the bonus.” A vote of thanks was given by Shrewsbury Severn Rotarian Mike Mortimer who served in the Royal Navy and described St.
It was physically heavy work without a crane, everything was done virtually by hand and the building was built by 20 blokes.
“The food and drink was supplied by the Norwegians and they would come in at 2 in the morning and we had to be up by 5.” He said the building was designed to do with whaling on the island at a cost of a ‘load of money’ - £1.4m.