Rotary wishing well

The Rotary Club of Bridgnorth’s wishing well was recently unveiled in the Bridgnorth Castle Grounds. President of Bridgnorth Rotary Club Robert Davies said “ The club is extremely grateful to all these individuals and organisations helped; the design was by Vic Johnson Partnership and the main contributor being Nationwide Oak who provided the oak structure. The building of the well was undertaken by Severn Valley Landscapes with supplies provided by T & G Builder’s Merchants, the Stone Warehouse, Blacksmith Iain Seedhouse and Pod Stainless Steel. Bridgnorth Town Council have been supportive throughout with the project, and we hope the wishing well will provide pleasure as well as being a fundraiser for Rotary’s many good causes.”
The club’s next fund raising events are a golf day on Friday 7 July and a classic car run on Wed 26 July for more information see bridgnorthrotary.org.uk

 

Bridgnorth town crier John James, Rotary president Robert Davies and the Mayor of Bridgnorth Ron Whittle

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