This week Malvern Rotary celebrated achieving £100,000 of donations to Acorns Children's Hospice. They were invited to a photocall at the Hospice with Chief Exec Toby Porter (far right), as he said, "to mark this tremendous achievement". President of Malvern Rotary, Paul Barker (far left) and Andrew Bartlett represented Malvern Rotary, recognising the important and critical work in supporting families of children with life limiting illness. In each of the last two years, the Rotary Club has been able to pay for a whole day of running the Worcester based hospice, which is currently about £7,000 per day.
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Malvern Rotary Club are holding a competition to discover local Youth "heroes" who have made a success of positive citizenship through hard work, inspirational ideas and a determination to help others.more
The 1st Malvern Scouts have teamed up with the town's Rotary Club to refurbish it's scout hut. With support from local business and volunteers, facilities are being transformed. Before photographs by kind permission of Malvern Gazette and John Anyon.more