Working with young people

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Rugeley Rotary Club is engaged with various local schools as part of their literacy program, in conjunction with their management of Brereton Community Library.

In recent years we have taken part in the District Photo Competition with pupils from The Hart Academy winning prizes at the District Final in 2018. There is an Interact Club set up at the Hart School and it is hoped that as Covid rules are relaxed, we will be able to initiate some new projects with them.

The club also collect unwanted books for D1210Alumni Books4Home Scheme which distributes books to some of the 75% of children who have no books of their own at home.  Unwanted Children's books can be left at Brereton Library in boxes or bags clearly marked Rotary Books4Home.

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