Ely Rotary Club can breathe easy after visit from respiratory charity chairman

PUBLISHED: 09:25 11 April 2016 | UPDATED: 09:25 11 April 2016

NARA chairman Ann Jiggle with President John Dennick (right) and Vote-of-thanks speaker Ken James.

NARA chairman Ann Jiggle with President John Dennick (right) and Vote-of-thanks speaker Ken James.

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A visit from the chairman of the National Association for Relief of Aponoea (NARA) breathed life into the latest weekly meeting of the Ely Rotary Club.

Ann Jiggle visited the club to deliver a speech to members on how we breathe, asthma and other respiratory conditions.

Northampton-based charity NARA runs a 24 hour community care programme, which is used by hundreds of patients across the UK.

The charity is funded by public donations and their own fund raising ventures, and Ely Rotary Club offered a helping hand through a donation of their own.

For more information on NARA, visit www.naratbc.org.uk.


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