More than £700 raised for charity at The Rotary Club of March’s gala dinner

09:50 02 June 2014

Peter English MBE, MP Steve Barclay and president Peter Bennett. Picture: TONY POTTER.

Peter English MBE, MP Steve Barclay and president Peter Bennett. Picture: TONY POTTER.

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MP Steve Barclay was guest of honour as 70 people attended The Rotary Club of March’s gala dinner.

The lavish four course affair, at the Conservative Club, Creek Road, raised more than £700 for East Anglian Air Ambulance.

Mr Barclay gave an account of his life since being elected before answering questions from the guests.

He was presented with a March Rotary Club banner by president Peter Bennett.

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