Rotary donation

Last year’s Tree of Thought raised over two thousand pounds for charity. The president of Bridgnorth’s Rotary Club Steve Charterteris handed over a cheque for £2087.45 to Kate Thomas of Macmillan Cancer Support at the Down Hotel.

Also present were Ros Addison from sponsors The Real Bridgnorth Windows Company and Rotarian John Andrews, the coordinator of the Rotary Christmas Tree of Thought charity campaign.


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