Outgoing Rotary president announces sea safety project for Sid Valley youngsters

PUBLISHED: 10:21 10 July 2017 | UPDATED: 10:21 10 July 2017

Outgoing Sid Valley Rotary Club president Sally Wilcox

Outgoing Sid Valley Rotary Club president Sally Wilcox


The outgoing president of the Sid Valley Rotary Club used her handover to announce another community-focused project.

Passing the reins to Malcolm Watkins, Sally Wilcox said she was ‘wowed’ by what members had achieved during her time in office, including raising more than £12,000 over the last year.

The funds have been used to support young people in the parish and Sally announced another scheme that will benefit them, Sid Valley Sea Safe, a water safety and awareness project.

Malcolm thanked Sally for her great year and promised to continue the good works she had initiated.

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