Below is a video of the adult choir singing a couple of songs at the Wellbeing Day, followed by them singing together with the children’s choir. Sorry I didn’t manage to get one of the children’s choir singing on their own, but unfortunately I was called away to deal with some issue or other at that time!
Also below are links to an article about the day which appeared in print in this week’s Gazette and Herald, plus a link to a letter sent to the paper by Cllr Judy Rose.
As stated in this week’s Gazette and Herald – click HERE to see the article – the Wellbeing Day, which was held last Saturday (23rd June) and was organised by Devizes Rotary working in partnership with the Devizes Communty Area Wellbeing Group, was a big hit!
Below are some more ‘photos from the day:
A 6am start
The annual Lions-Rotary Golf Day took place as planned on 9th May at the Notrth Wilts Golf Course and raised £3,000 for Cannons House Children’s Home.
The cheque was presented recently to the house by members from both the Lions and Rotary clubs.
The house, which is run by Wiltshire Council, is an eight bedroom home in Belle Vue Road Devizes that provides short-term breaks for young people who have severe learning difficulties and often life limiting conditions.
A worldwide Rotary goal was set last year by Rotary International President Ian Riseley, for at least one tree to be planted for every Rotary member to help change the environment for the better.
To help with this challenge, Rotary in Great Britain and Ireland President Denis Spiller has secured the valuable help of the Woodland Trust, the UK’s largest conservation charity. The charity is delighted to support Rotary by supplying trees and advice to make sure the saplings have the best chance of survival.
Devizes Rotarians rose to the challenge, and last week Devizes Mayor Andy Geddes accepted 20 trees on behalf of the Town from Devizes Rotary saying that it was a thoughtful and most worthwhile gift.
The trees have been planted on the edge of the extended cemetery in the hope that they will be appreciated by all who visited the tranquil location. President Alan said that Devizes Rotary members are delighted to be able to provide the trees as part of their environmental programme which last year had included the planting of a further 20,000 Crocus Corns on the Green. Asked if Rotary would donate and plant crocus corms again this year, Alan was able to confirm that Rotarian Clive Harland, who follows him as Rotary President, had already made the commitment to do so.
Devizes Rotary are grateful to the Devizes Parks groundsmen for their help in arranging the plantings.