THE PROOF OF THE PUDDING


One of our most successful activities was to support local cancer victim and campaigner Anna Swabey who raised over £100,000 for brain tumour research and whose work for an online petition forced a government debate to win more funding for work on a cure for brain tumours.

Anna, who had a terminal brain tumour illness herself, was such a success that she won a Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland ‘Young Citizen of the Year’ award and was also presented with a Chairman of Durham County Council’s Medal.

Anna’s commitment to brain tumour research impressed us so much that we made her an honorary Rotarian.

Unfortunately, Anna lost her fight against the illness but her memory and legacy lives on.

Donations are still greatfully appreciated and can be done through the following link:

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At last, Rotary Newton Aycliffe’s very own group of Rotakids have been able to meet and discuss their plans for the future

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During 2022, with the help of our County Councillors and funding from the Great Aycliffe and Middridge Partnership - GAMP, Rotary Newton Aycliffe bought a trailer, and it was a natural progression to then make the decision to have a new Santa Sleigh.

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A couple of months ago, Bernard Borsberry visited Rotary Newton Aycliffe to speak about his recent trip away and how he became interested in supporting youth football in a distant land.

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Rotary was able to assist Great Aycliffe Cancer Care Group with the provision of a card reader for their newly opened hub.

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This collage of photographs illustrate more graphically some of the things we have done and continue to do each year.

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MRI Scanner Appeal and Unwanted mobile Phones for Polio Eradication

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