Rotarians hand over keys to minibus

Blind Association gets a vital helping hand.''The Portsmouth Association for the blind received the keys to a new mini bus thanks to the support of Portsmouth North Rotary Club. For Portsmouth residents who are patially sited or blind attending The Portsmouth Association for The Blind day centre has now become much easier. 'Rotary Club Past President David Middleton, said we were delighted to step in when we discovered their old bus had reached the end of its life and to help fund a replacement to ensure the association could continue the good work the it does within Portsmouth.''Picture Caption'David Middleton second left is pictured with staff and day visitors to the centre, with the keys to the new mini bus.
Blind Association gets a vital helping hand.''The Portsmouth Association for the blind received the keys to a new mini bus thanks to the support of Portsmouth North Rotary Club. For Portsmouth residents who are patially sited or blind attending The Portsmouth Association for The Blind day centre has now become much easier. 'Rotary Club Past President David Middleton, said we were delighted to step in when we discovered their old bus had reached the end of its life and to help fund a replacement to ensure the association could continue the good work the it does within Portsmouth.''Picture Caption'David Middleton second left is pictured with staff and day visitors to the centre, with the keys to the new mini bus.
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The Portsmouth Association for the Blind received the keys to a new minibus thanks to the support of Rotarians.

Members of the Portsmouth North Rotary Club donated £8,500 which was raised at the club’s annual golf day at Rowlands Castle.

Rotary Club past president David Middleton said: ‘We were delighted to step in when we discovered that the association’s old bus had reached the end of its life.

‘It’s a pleasure to have helped fund a replacement to ensure the association could continue the good work it does within Portsmouth.’