Fundraising for Archie

Past President Ian Ramus of Taunton Rotary Club presenting a cheque for 'Archie', to the patron Angela Rippon CBE, alongside the Manager, Emma Green of Reminiscence Learning.

Past President Ian Ramus of Taunton Rotary Club presenting a cheque for 'Archie', to the patron Angela Rippon CBE, alongside the Manager, Emma Green of Reminiscence Learning.

Past President of Taunton Rotary Club Ian Ramus was honoured to represent the club at a visit to Reminiscence Learning in Wellington by HRH The Countess of Wessex. We love this ‘photo of Ian,  pictured presenting a cheque for £1,500 to the Charity’s patron, Angela Rippon, alongside the Manager, Emma Green.

The donation by Taunton Rotary club will go towards the Archie Project, run by Reminiscence Learning at St. Andrew's Primary School, which aims to bring young and old together to combat dementia and raise awareness of this condition.

 

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