At a recent business meeting, Llandudno’s Rotarians reviewed the accounts and reflected on what had happened in the last financial year to 30 June 2017.
In the year, the unfailing generosity of Llandudno’s residents, workers and visitors raised £6,000 from such varied ventures as the 2016 Christmas snowman collection, the i61 Church £10 Challenge, a barbeque and an Indian night, a generous corporate donation and other smaller collections and donations.
This enabled the Club to support each of
with a £500 cheque.
In addition, fundraising enabled Llandudno Rotary to:-
Llandudno Rotary is grateful for the continued support of the local community in its fundraising efforts, ensuring locally raised funds support worthwhile local projects and causes, as well as international causes close to local people's hearts.
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