Climbing O2 summit to celebrate Rotary milestone

Banbury Rotarty club members are walking over The O2 Arena in support of Rotary Projects. Left, Fred Riches and right, Alan Wolstencroft. NNL-150217-154441009
Banbury Rotarty club members are walking over The O2 Arena in support of Rotary Projects. Left, Fred Riches and right, Alan Wolstencroft. NNL-150217-154441009

Two Banbury Rotarians will be scaling the O2 Dome in London on Monday to celebrate the organisation’s 110th birthday. Fred Riches and Alan Wolstencroft will climb the famous London landmark to raise funds for Rotary’s End Polio Now campaign (see pages 4-5) and Walk for Water, which helps provide clean water for children in Africa. Mr Wolstencroft will also donate proceeds from the event to his projects in Sierra Leone, which is aiming to build a new classroom block and toilet facilities at two schools. To make a donation visit Mr Wolstencroft’s Just Giving page at http://virginmon eygiving.com/alanwolstencroft or Mr Riches’ page at https://www.justgiving.com/Fred-Riches

Two Banbury Rotarians will be scaling the O2 Dome in London on Monday to celebrate the organisation’s 110th birthday.

Fred Riches and Alan Wolstencroft will climb the famous London landmark to raise funds for Rotary’s End Polio Now campaign (see pages 4-5) and Walk for Water, which helps provide clean water for children in Africa.

Mr Wolstencroft will also donate proceeds from the event to his projects in Sierra Leone, which is aiming to build a new classroom block and toilet facilities at two schools.

To make a donation visit Mr Wolstencroft’s Just Giving page at http://virginmon eygiving.com/alanwolstencroft or Mr Riches’ page at https://www.justgiving.com/Fred-Riches