Dartmouth Rotary funds divided between charities

By Kate Cotton   |   Dartmouth Reporter   |
Thursday 28th October 2021 8:00 am
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Rotarian Peter Adolphus hands out the cheques. From left: Sue Hamilton, Sue Tweed, Peter Adolphus, Lottie Clark ()

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Proceeds from the Rotary Club of Dartmouth’s annual fundraising fete, which returned last month after a break due to the pandemic, have been divided between local charities.

Devon Air Ambulance and Children’s Hospice South West each received £1,000. Dartmouth Sea Cadets were also given £100 for their help at the fete.

Rotarian Hilary Bastone said: “Our club treasurer Peter Adolphus, who organised the fete, took great delight in handing over the cheques to Lottie Clark of Devon Air Ambulance and to Sue Tweed and Sue Hamilton of the Children’s Hospice South West.”