Rotary Scarf in aid of END POLIO NOW

Rotary Scarf in aid of END POLIO NOW, now on sale!

On the 16th March 2016 Pembrokeshire College Principal at the time Mrs Sharron Lusher and Members of Pembrokeshire College staff met with Rotarians to set up a competition for college students to design a contemporary ladies scarf for lady Rotarians

The brief was to design a Rotary Scarf which Lady Rotarians would be proud to wear, and clearly identifies them as a Rotarian. and the winning design  was made byMia a student at the college.

The scarfs have now been produced using the finest quality cotton/silk by a leading Shanghai manufacturer.

We now have Rotary International approval to sell the scarf to raise funds for End Polio Now.

The scarfs can be purchased online by clicking HERE and you can pay online using your card.

The top quality silk/cotton  Scarves have a lovely feel and  are priced at just £20 each (plus £1.50 p & p). All the profit from the scarfs is being donated to the Rotary END POLIO NOW appeal.

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