The Rotary Club of Neston is delighted to herald the launch of the first Rotakids club in its area. 

The new venture is supported by assistant district  governor Molly Youd, chairman of youth opportunities Howard Ferdinando, senior vice president of Neston, David Brigden and Neston members Carolyn Jowatt and Steve Martin.

Year 5 pupils of Neston Primary School spoke to the whole school and their guests about their newly formed Rotakids Club and their plans for the year ahead. 

ADG Molly welcomed them to the rotary’s District 1180 and said that as the first club to be formed, they were very special and that all the district would be watching what they do over the next few months.

 

Steve Martin and David Brigden both commented about the new club's enthusiasm and reported that there were already local and international projects in place. 

The school which had already taken part in the Crocus Project, organised by David, has already sold a box of crocus pins to raise money to help eradicate polio.

When their crocus pots are in flower, they propose to sell those as well.

Their first local venture is a car wash on Saturday, February 1.