Bewdley Goes Quackers

The Club not only purchased a Duck House which was decorated by Tenbury High School but several members gave their help to the organisers by unloading and trolleying into place other entries

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As part of the Bewdley Festival the Duck Houses were back in Jubilee Gardens during October.

The new design of duck houses were made by people with learning disabilities at the Emily Jordan Foundation.Thirty six organisations, including Bewdley Rotary Club, bought houses for £50 each, the proceeds of which go to the Emily Jordan Foundation.

Several members of the Club unloaded duck houses as they arrived and trolleyed them into their designated place in the gardens.

The Club's entry was decorated by Tenbury High School and they made a very good job of it.