We enjoyed hearing from founder of Artizan International Suzie Hart MBE and were delighted to make a contribution to their Peru cafe appeal.
Check them out on Oxford St next time you're in #Harrogate for a coffee. Their South American inspired cafe is next to Superdrug, and the arts & crafts centre is opposite the Wesley Chapel.
Artizan cafe provide supported training & hands-on work experience for young adults with learning disabilities, and along with the sale of some beautiful craft work, helps fund their international projects. You can read more about the work they do on their website:
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Rotarians surprised Roger with a Paul Harris Fellowship. Rotarian Bob Weddall said, “Roger is, as Town Crier, the personification of Knaresborough. a worthy recipient of a Paul Harris Fellowship”.more
We support a variety of causes and have some excellent and inspirational speakers such as Susie Hart MBE, CEO of Artizan International.more
Nine-year-old Annabelle is a Knaresborough Brownie and for her Charities Brownie Badge she has collected toys from fellow Brownies and Rainbows. She spotted some information about the Rotary Christmas Toy appeal on Facebook and set about collecting Toysmore
We have installed two Defibrillators in Knaresborough at Gracious Street Methodist Church and at St John's Church.more
Knaresborough Rotarians have been busy planting some of the 8000 purple crocus bulbs they are planning to plant in and around Knaresborough this Octobermore
Knaresborough Rotary have welcomed new member Stephanie Blevins. Stephanie retired from Jet2 after 22 years where she was a General Manager in Contracts and Commercial Administration. Prior to that she worked for the NHS and served in the RAF.more
Knaresborough Rotarians have been out planting crocuses drawing attention to the End Polio campaignmore
Staff and pupils at local schools and Scout groups have been busy filling shoeboxes as part of Knaresborough Rotary’s annual collection for orphanages and children’s homes in Eastern Europe.more