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It was physically heavy work without a crane, everything was done virtually by hand and the building was built by 20 blokes.
“The food and drink was supplied by the Norwegians and they would come in at 2 in the morning and we had to be up by 5.” He said the building was designed to do with whaling on the island at a cost of a ‘load of money’ - £1.4m.
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.
What could that be, thought members of Shrewsbury Severn?
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.
Georgia which was commissioned on behalf of the Crown Agents.
They provided a specification and he worked out all the electrics.
Carol, who herself had five brothers and a sister, told Rotarians: “As a family we sat down and ate together every day, though I recognise that families today don’t necessarily have a table, often due to lack of space, so there is less chance to talk about what children have been doing during the day.