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Wiltshire’s Rotary Clubs have provided a new mobile classroom to Life Education Centre (Wiltshire).
11 clubs, from across the county, including Melksham Rotary, raised £12,000 and successfully applied for a grant of £30,000 from worldwide Rotary Foundation to purchase the new unit.
The arrival of the new classroom was celebrated at a reception on 26th June at Cumberwell Park Golf Club, Bradford on Avon. It was attended by some 60 guests including Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Wiltshire Nikki Alberry, the High Sheriff of Wiltshire David Scott and the Chairman of Wiltshire Council Cllr. James Sheppard.
Life Education provides children aged 4 to11 with the knowledge and skills needed to make the right decisions in life. The programme includes education on health, relationships and wellbeing provided via a high-tech mobile classroom and highly trained educators.