Rotary Club of Ely gives Littleport’s Port Youth Group cash donation

PUBLISHED: 09:34 25 September 2017

Mike Bentley from the Rotary Club of Ely, Joanne Coe from The Port Youth Group and Steve Sharman club manager.

Mike Bentley from the Rotary Club of Ely, Joanne Coe from The Port Youth Group and Steve Sharman club manager.

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The Rotary Club of Ely have made a £100 donation to the Port Youth Group.

The youth club, run by Joanne Coe, at the Ex Servicemen’s Club in Littleport, has been running for about three years.

The club was formed by Joanne to meet the need for a safe place for young people to chill out and have fun.

The club works hard to make the children feel part of the community, and regularly have fund raising stalls at local events.

They have also been involved in litter picks around the village, and other community projects.

Last week more than 50 pots of flowers were mysteriously placed around Littleport to be found by surprised residents. After the mystery, it was revealed that The Port Youth Group were behind the random acts of kindness.

Last month, members added a splash of colour to the village over the bank holiday weekend as part of a street art project.


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