Stamford Burghley Rotary Club donates £400 cheque to Rutland Sailability

John Foster of Stamford Burghley Rotary Club presenting a cheque for �400 to members of Rutland Sailability at Rutland Sailing Club. From left, back, David Skinns, Alan Naylor, Chris Mynard, Rutland Sailability chairman Martin Sutcliffe, James Greenberry, John Foster, Linda Pattison, Tricia McNair and John Roberts. Front, Rutland Sailability deputy chairman Ros Mulholland-Gullick and Chris Emmet.'Photo: MSMP151112-003ow
John Foster of Stamford Burghley Rotary Club presenting a cheque for �400 to members of Rutland Sailability at Rutland Sailing Club. From left, back, David Skinns, Alan Naylor, Chris Mynard, Rutland Sailability chairman Martin Sutcliffe, James Greenberry, John Foster, Linda Pattison, Tricia McNair and John Roberts. Front, Rutland Sailability deputy chairman Ros Mulholland-Gullick and Chris Emmet.'Photo: MSMP151112-003ow
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A rotary club has made a generous donation to a sailing charity.

The Stamford Burghley Rotary Club presented members of Rutland Sailability with a cheque for £400.

The charity aims to provide sailing opportunities for people of all ages and all disabilities.

The funds will be put towards the maintenance of an access dinghy which is specially adapted to help disabled people learn how to sail.

The rotary club raises funds for the charity on a regular basis and the club is grateful for its support.

Ros Mulholland-Gullick, chairman of the charity’s marketing and promotion team, said: “We are all ever so grateful for the money and donations we get from the rotary club. It means so much to us and all our members.

“We’ll look to support the club when we can.”

For further information about Rutland Sailability visit its website at www.rutland-sailability.org