Mustard Seed Project Kenya

Eleven year old Simran Mistry has just raised money for the Mustard Seed Project. She was so affected by the thought of the hungry children at Miche Bora Primary School that she decided to do something about it. She asked her uncle who owns a Spar Shop, in Market Deeping, if she could put a jar on the counter. She left a message explaining the situation to customers and asking them to put their change and donations in the jar.


And they did so… generously………An amazing £443.83!


The photograph shows her presenting the cheque to Geoff Fowler at a Deeping Rotary Club meeting


Absolutely Brilliant Simran.  This will make such a difference.


Children in Kenya need to learn two languages, English and Swahili.


Market Deeping Community Primary had given the School some group reading books for English, but they did not have any in Swahili. 


Deepings  Rotary gave £500, for them to buy some.

This has made a huge difference.


A big thank you from Miche Bora School

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Deepings Annual Carnival


This page shows events and activities which the Rotary Club of the Deepings have been involved with,


A volunteer working in a village near Abidjan, Ivoire, gives polio vaccine to children during a National Immunization Day. Rotary International/Alyce Henson

The plan for work at Low Locks for the coming year

Low Locks project