Rotary cash help

NBENLM110317D1 - back from left chairman of Derbyshire childrens holiday centre Bill Tomlinson, Secretery of the rotary club of Belper and Duffield John Scotney, Tresurer David Hanson, President David Harris. Dalesmen male voice chior musical director John Lloyd, tresurer Malcolm Neaum and Paul Sheward front from left Trustee of Happy home Kenya trust Ann Harris, Belper Drop inn manager Laura Taylor and volunteer Bradley Ives and Assistant scout leader 1st alton scouts David Walker
NBENLM110317D1 - back from left chairman of Derbyshire childrens holiday centre Bill Tomlinson, Secretery of the rotary club of Belper and Duffield John Scotney, Tresurer David Hanson, President David Harris. Dalesmen male voice chior musical director John Lloyd, tresurer Malcolm Neaum and Paul Sheward front from left Trustee of Happy home Kenya trust Ann Harris, Belper Drop inn manager Laura Taylor and volunteer Bradley Ives and Assistant scout leader 1st alton scouts David Walker
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the Rotary Club of Belper and Duffield has presented four cheques to organisations that help and support young people.

The presentations took place at the Lion Hotel, before a regular Monday evening meeting. The money was raised in the Belper and Duffield area from a concert and collections during the Christmas period and special projects organised by the Rotary Club and the Dalesmen choir.

The recipients were the 1st Alton Manor Scout group, the Drop Inn centre in Belper, the Happy Homes Orphanage in Kenya, and the Derbyshire Children’s Holiday Centre.

The Scouts will put the cash towards building a new headquarters on John O’Gaunts Way. Dave Walker, one of the group’s leaders, accepted the cheque. The Drop Inn received its money because some of its members helped the Rotary Club’s Santa Sleigh collections before Christmas.