As Luke is confined to a wheelchair, access to the family garden with varying levels was always difficult. Creating a decking area, level with the back door, means that he can now be out in the garden with siblings and parents. The ramp from the deck to the path means he can get right down to the bottom of the garden. We were really please that some of our members could support Flitwick Vale club in this work.
more We have manned the hydration station of the Milton Keynes Marathon since its inception in 2012.
more Technology Tournaments are one-day events for teams of four students from local schools and colleges run by clubs in the areas working together.
more We support local students working towards a qualification in the caring professions by awarding bursaries of up to £400 every year
more We are delighted to be sponsoring a rotary global scholar, Paul Shakeshaft, from September 2017, something we haven't done for a while.
more Our Christmas collection for Keech Hospice
more We put forward entries to this Rotary competition from local schools. One of our winners, Jessica Mason, was a winner in the senior category at District Level and also got a commendation at National Level (plus Â£50 from us!)
more We worked with Flitwick Vale club to help transform the garden at Joe's family home. He is living with Cerebral Palsey and this transformation makes it possible for him to get outside and play with his siblings in his wheelchair.
back The Bursary Awards are made each year to students studying for careers in the public sector. This year's award of £300 each was made to students at MK University Hospital NHS Trust, Catherine Agunede, Shinta Francis & Rochelle Archer.