Brian Wilkes Proudly holding his meritorious Morrisons award for outstanding work for fund raising in the community.
Tractor enthusiasts raised £790 by ploughing their way across the west of Wyre Forest. The annual Boxing Day Tractor Run, in aid of Kidderminster & District Prostate Cancer Support Group, showcased more than 36 farm vehicles. Owners of vintage tractors from all over Worcestershire gathered at the Far Forest Society Showground in Callow Hill at 10am,before trundling their way along minor roads to arrive at Dog Lane car park in Bewdley and back again. Paul Brothwell, chairman of the support group, said “The tractor run has been helping the group raise money for about three or four years now and greatly supports our work.” The money raised at the tractor run will go towards the group’s appeal of funding a new surgical robot at Worcestershire Royal Hospital.
At our meeting in the town hall Tuesday 21st October 2014 our Chairman Paul Brothwell handing a cheque for £5,000 (with the support of Rory the Robot in the background) to Mr. Adel Makar, President and lead for Cancer Services in Worcestershire Acute Trust.
Mary Symons receiving a cheque in October 2014 from the Rotary Club of North Worcestershire at Droitwich Golf Club.
The photograph is of Mary and Dave Foster holding a cheque for £1,000.00 for the Support Group.
In aid of the Prostate Cancer Support Group Winner holding the Trophy is Martin Bedwell with one of the senior members Rory O’Connor.
The day was arranged on our behalf by John Enderbury.
Some of the golf teams including our own Cleobury Quartet of Paul Brothwell, Dick Herbert, John Reddy and Martin Lewis.
Hilary Brothwell, Mary Wood and Pauline Ireson making backing butties for the golfers.
The team rambling for Rory. 10 people set off from WRH rambling, 2 runners and 100 cyclists. Kidderminster Prostate Cancer Support Group were being represented by Mary Symons and John Moss, supported by Paul & Val Markall who both walked some of the 17 mile journey.
Anybody who would like to make donations can do so on line as per the Newsletter, or send cheques to Kidderminster PCSG and we will be carrying on with raising money for this cause for at least another 12 months, to ensure that we retain surgery for prostate cancer in Worcestershire.