For the last 17 years members of Wrexham Erddig Rotary Club have maintained the Shooting Star, Seren and Fir Tree gardens at Wrexham Maelor Hospital. The project started with the design and landscaping of the McMillan Shooting Star Garden, a haven of peace for patients and visitors. In 2020 the Club was awarded a national prize, the Community Cup, which was presented virtually on Thursday 10th December to President Pete Lambert and members. We plan to celebrate properly when the Covid-19 restrictions are a thing of the past!
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Supported by the District Passport Club and Welsh Lottery, the Club worked with children of Alexandra CP School in Wrexham to plant up 30 pots with bright summer bedding for distribution the elderly and vulnerable.more
Coop Garden at Victoria School in Spring 2018. Rotn Alun Morgan in discussion with Head Teacher Debbie Eccles and the infants Teacher. The Coop award of £2000 last year aided the school to create an outside enclosed garden for the younger children.more
Our Club was awarded the RIBI National Community Cup for maintaining the gardens at the Cancer Care unit at Wrexham Maelor Hospital . The gardens offer patients an area of tranquil respite during their treatment at the unit .more
Since 2003 members of the Rotary club have cared for the two Courtyard gardens in the Shooting Star Unit at the Wrexham Maelor Hospital. Recent replanting has helped to keep the gardens is top condition for the pleasure of the patients in the unit .more