Rotary shines a light on the community

Till and Glendale Rotary Club president Maggie Harker with Jane Curry, of Willow Cottage Preserves.
Till and Glendale Rotary Club president Maggie Harker with Jane Curry, of Willow Cottage Preserves.

Each year, around the world, 1.2million Rotarians are asked to highlight the work of successful businesses in their area by presenting them with Rotary International Vocational Service Certificates.

This Rotary year, in line with the current Rotary International theme, the Rotary Club of Till and Glendale identified and recognised five businesses which ‘shone a light on their communities’.

Till and Glendale Rotary Club president Maggie Harker with Matthew Rawlings, from The Great Northumberland Bread Company.

Till and Glendale Rotary Club president Maggie Harker with Matthew Rawlings, from The Great Northumberland Bread Company.

The final two certificates have now been presented by club president Maggie Harker.

Maggie handed over certificates to Jane Curry, of Willow Cottage Preserves in Lowick, above, and Matthew Rawlings, of The Great Northumberland Bread Company in Etal, inset.

The Rotary Club of Till and Glendale meets at The White Swan Inn, Lowick, on alternate Thursdays at 7pm.