THE ROTARY CLUB OF LONG EATON

Tuesday 24th October

WORLD POLIO DAY

Rotary is committed to eradicating polio from the world. We are tantalizingly close, with cases now in only three countries.

Long Eaton Rotary Club and the Rotary Interactors from Long Eaton School planted more purple crocus bulbs on The Green roundabout. 12,000 more were be added to those already there to make a dazzling purple display next Spring

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This year we were planting the central area.

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Interact President

Abbie Breakwell

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Rotary President

Nigel Kirk

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