Busy but productive month for Rotary Club members

The Rotary Club of Thame has had a busy September
The Rotary Club of Thame has had a busy September

From the food festival to the Thame Show, the rotary club has had a busy month.

The club had a good presence at both the Thame Show and the Thame Food Festival and together with Inner Wheel members raised over £1,000 for their selected charities.

The cash, raised from the sale of raffle tickets will go towards Medical Detection Dogs and Thame Citizens Advice Bureau.

Nichola Dixon, Mayor of Thame, pulled the winning raffle tickets at the Thame Food Festival.

The club shared their stall at the Thame Show with Medical Detection Dogs, the Buckinghamshire based charity, which trains dogs to assist individuals who manage complex medical 
conditions on a day to day basis.

Peter Hook, Thame 
Rotary’s President for this year, said: “The Rotary Club of Thame was pleased to sponsor Medical Detection Dogs at Thame Show.

“This Charity does fantastic work in training dogs to support those who are vulnerable with diabetes and allergies.

“Recently dogs have been trained to detect early signs of cancer in humans with and over 90% success rate.”

In the coming weeks the club is making the final 
He added: “To continue and to expand our community and fundraising activities in the months and years to come, we are looking for even more support from the local community. For more please visit thame.rotary1090.org “