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Local author Amelia Marriette has kindly offered to donate £5 from each sale of her new book to the Rotary Christmas Treats project


Marriette describes the book as “both a companion and a manual to help you become a walker for life.” 

The book has three main areas of interest: a love story; a nature story and a book about art, culture and the wider world. The love story led to my relocation to Austria with my new partner the artist and goldsmith Katie Gayle. I was surrounded by the stunning scenery of the Carinthian region of Southern Austria. I sought repair and rejuvenation through the completion of fifty-two, thirteen-mile walks in the span of one calendar year. I was able to return myself to health by considering and reconsidering personal experiences, emotions, ideas and memories. As the weeks passed, I began to find my sense of place and my new path in life. I realised that I was walking into alchemy, mining for gold as I went. The book is about looking and seeing and about finding beauty in nature and life.

If you want to start walking to regain your own health and happiness this book will be both a companion and a manual to help you become a walker for life. 

Follow this link to Amelis’s website to purchase the book. 

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Reverend Phillip receives a welcome donation from Morgan Motors ltd

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Malvern Hills access for all.

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Malvern Rotary successfully reach Milestone in fundraising for Acorns Childrens Hospice

Malvern Rotary reach Milestone in fundraising for Acorns Childrens Hospice

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Rotary Young citizen awards

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Sophy Long,  one of the many successful recipients of Malvern Rotary club's loans

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Pancake racing taken very seriously by some competitors

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Malvern Rotary Christmas Hamper Competition

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The Rotary Club of Malvern is pleased to confirm that its Tree of Light Remembrance will be continuing in 2021

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Local author Amelia Marriette has kindly offered to donate £5 from each sale of her new book to the Rotary Christmas Treats project

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Tools for Africa - Collection at B&Q on 10th June further dates will be arranged later this year

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Sponsors support the 2021 Christmas hamper appeal outside Malvern Waitrose

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Rotary Club of Malvern presents a charity concert in aid of St Richard's Hospice and Acorns Children's Hospice on Saturday 7th March 2020 at the Forum Theatre, Mavern

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