March Society learns all about the town’s Rotary Club from Alan Burdass at its latest monthly meeting

PUBLISHED: 06:00 19 February 2017

The numerous activities of March’s Rotary Club were outlined by Alan Burdass (pictured centre) in his interesting talk at the latest meeting of the March Society.

The numerous activities of March’s Rotary Club were outlined by Alan Burdass (pictured centre) in his interesting talk at the latest meeting of the March Society.

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The numerous activities of March’s Rotary Club were outlined by Alan Burdass in his interesting talk at the latest meeting of the March Society.

The March Rotarians are a very active group with most its income, through fundraising, spent locally. The club has helped purchase blood pressure monitors and defibrillators for the use of March residents. It also supports the annual Fenland Music Concert for young musicians and days out for disadvantaged young people. The March Society’s next event will be on Wednesday March 8at 7pm in March Library with James McAdie, River Nene dragon finder project manager of Froglife.

Everyone is welcome. Members £2, non-members £3 including tea coffee and biscuits. For more information visit: www.themarchsociety.org.uk.

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