Play equipment for Romania

We are thrilled to announce that the play equipment and Dermatology equipment from two local hospitals is finally beginning it's journey to it's new home in Piatra Neamt Romania.

Play equipment packed and ready

We are thrilled to announce that the play equipment and Dermatology equipment is finally beginning it's journey to it's new home in Piatra Neamt Romania. We are grateful to so many people for making this possible. To Louise and the team at Norfolk and Norwich for offering us the play Equipment, to Alex and the team from Cromer Hospital for offering us the dermatology equipment, to Louise and Simon Smith in Stonham Aspal for so very kindly lending us their barn to store the equipment in over the past few months and, to Sever and the Rotary Club of Piatra Neamt for supporting the whole project, to Liliana for organising the transport, to Sue the neighbouring farm owner who kindly helped load the equipment on to the lorry using her tractor, to Rotarians Alan, Graham, Jerry, Helen, Robin, John W, John Q, David P, Tony and David B, who all helped in some way, getting the equipment from the hospitals, dismantling the equipment fully and crating all the equipment up and helping load the lorry today. A special thanks to Alan for leading all the organisation of picking up, dismantling, packaging and ensuring that the whole task was done with care and as a team. The equipment is now on it's way to being received by one of the most dedicated Paediatric doctors I have the honour of calling my friend; Suzana. Where I know the equipment will be ensured that many children in years to come will enjoy.

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