Helping the berries to grow

The Rotary Club of Amble and Warkworth were asked recently to give financial help to enable the setting up of  "Bramble Berries", a new parent and baby group set up in the Brambles Childcare Centre in Amble.  The new group sessions run every Friday during term time from 1.30pm to 2.30pm and are free.'Pictured presenting a cheque for �100 on behalf of the Rotary Club is Rotarian Dave Shoemaker, Chairman of the Community Service Committee with ( on the left ) Donna Christie (Early Year Practitioner) and (on the right) Mrs Ailsa Dellbridge , the Admin Assistant who will run the sessions.'In the front (L to R) are: Katie Wellstead with baby Alice and Carly Lamb with baby Harry
The Rotary Club of Amble and Warkworth were asked recently to give financial help to enable the setting up of "Bramble Berries", a new parent and baby group set up in the Brambles Childcare Centre in Amble. The new group sessions run every Friday during term time from 1.30pm to 2.30pm and are free.'Pictured presenting a cheque for �100 on behalf of the Rotary Club is Rotarian Dave Shoemaker, Chairman of the Community Service Committee with ( on the left ) Donna Christie (Early Year Practitioner) and (on the right) Mrs Ailsa Dellbridge , the Admin Assistant who will run the sessions.'In the front (L to R) are: Katie Wellstead with baby Alice and Carly Lamb with baby Harry

The Rotary Club of Amble and Warkworth were asked to give financial help to enable the setting up of Bramble Berries, a new parent and baby group in the Brambles Childcare Centre in Amble.

The new group sessions run every Friday during term time from 1.30pm to 2.30pm and are free. Pictured presenting a cheque for £100 on behalf of the Rotary Club is Rotarian Dave Shoemaker, chairman of the Community Service Committee with, left, Donna Christie, Early Years practitioner, and, right, Ailsa Dellbridge, the admin assistant who will run the sessions. In the front, left to right, are Katie Wellstead with Alice and Carly Lamb with Harry.