ROTARY CLUB OF NOTTINGHAM CLEARING THE GROUNDS OF THE OLIVER HIND CLUB, SNEINTON
The Rotary Club of Nottingham spent Sunday tidying and clearing areas of the Oliver Hind Youth Club (home of the Dako Flying Angels) which had become overgrown during lockdown.
As a youth facility providing a welcoming and safe space in the community, this work will enable those visiting to make full use of the facilities now that they are able to reopen.
Another great example of the club volunteering their time to make a difference in the community. You can take a look at a video of our efforts here:
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