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He recalled that many years’ later the unused building was burnt down.In addition to his work as an electrician, he was involved in laying underground cables as well as laying all the tiles in the recreation room which he described as a ‘most beautiful place’ with lots of glaciers.We shall be giving hampers to particular families so that they have Christmas in a box.” Said Shrewsbury Severn Rotary’s President Colin: “The Headteacher made a reference to the books making a difference and it just so happens that the current Rotary theme is ‘Making a difference.’ We are trying to make a difference through providing a service to others and promoting integrity through goodwill and peace.” Said Rotarian Kerry Ferguson: “We are delighted to have a close relationship with the school and provide support in a number of ways, especially regular reading with key stage one children.It was lovely to see the delight on the children’s faces when they opened their present and, hopefully, it will help them to develop their reading skills and all the enjoyment that brings.” Donations totalling £750 have been presented to the Home Start Shropshire charity by the Rotary club of Shrewsbury Severn.The life changing moment happened when he was at Hartley Electromotives.He had volunteered to be an electrician for the construction of a three storey building on St.Georgia as a ‘fascinating place in many ways.’ Santa spent a morning personally presenting every child in Reception and Key Stage One at The Grange Primary School in Shrewsbury with a book for Christmas.
We shall also be celebrating Christmas Jumper Day as well as having a Christmas meal with crackers to pull and hats to wear.
Members of Shrewsbury Severn Rotary Club took the elderly to the United Reformed Church, Abbey Foregate, either in their own cars or in a Dial a Ride bus voluntarily driven by Rotarian Bob Scaiff.
The service of carols and lessons was conducted by the Rev.
The club’s President Colin Sharp and Youth Opportunities Officer Kerry Ferguson accompanied Santa as he visited pupils from seven classrooms.
The schools’ Headteacher Charlie Summers said afterwards: “Pupils in key stage one, reception and nursery have all enjoyed meeting Father Christmas.