Morrisons and Rotary support local community

Morrisons and Rotary working together


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The Rotary Club of Northampton West has a long association with Morrisons Superstore and appreciates the help and support they and their customers have given for many years, especially over the  Christmas period, when Rotary members fundraise from Morissons customers for local charities such as Kids Out, Cerebral Palsy,  Hope Centre Lowdown and many others. With the Corvid Pandemic the focus now includes foodbanks, Eve, and Homestart.

Congratulations to Chris and Jim Newton who  are doing regular shops  for the Weston Favell foodbank buying items which are in short supply and for which there is an extensive shopping list.

Pictured with Jim and Chris are Linda Sharp, the Community Manager and her team member Skye Summerton  and they are looking at ways to help the Rotary Club for the benefit of our community.

We live in unprecedented times and it is great that we are working together to support the local community.

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