Putting an end to polio

Pictured with the Teddy which he won, and another prize donated by Amble and Warkworth Rotary President Dave Shoemaker , is eight-year-old Joe Goodfellow who correctly guessed "Pluto"
Pictured with the Teddy which he won, and another prize donated by Amble and Warkworth Rotary President Dave Shoemaker , is eight-year-old Joe Goodfellow who correctly guessed "Pluto"

The Rotary Club of Till and Glendale is proud that since the 1980s,

Rotary around the world has been pursuing the goal of eradicating polio.

Rotary Club of Till & Glendale, Dave and Anne Sadler, who had volunteered to join a National Immunisation Day in Northern India earlier this year

Rotary Club of Till & Glendale, Dave and Anne Sadler, who had volunteered to join a National Immunisation Day in Northern India earlier this year

Now it is endemic in only two small parts of Pakistan and Afghanistan.

An enthusiastic crowd gathered in the Cheviot Centre in Wooler to hear from Rotarians Dave and Anne Sadler, who volunteered to join a National Immunisation Day in Northern India earlier this year, and £360 was raised for End Polio Now.