Bentley Motors give back to community through Corporate Rotary club

Staff members at Bentley Motors in Crewe started a project supporting the homeless in their community after forming the UK’s first Corporate Rotary Club.

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Colin JamesThe speaker at the meeting of the Rotary Club of Kendal on 4th December was Colin James who gave a fascinating talk about his love of puzzles.

He brought with him many puzzles  from his collection and explained about the varies types ranging from simple shape puzzles to the fiendishly difficult Rubic’s Cube in all its many incarnations.

He also brought a number of puzzles for members to have a go with varying degrees of success.

Kendal BID (Kendal Improvement District)

Sarah WilliamsThe speaker at the meeting of Kendal Rotary Club on 20th November was Sarah Williams of ‘Kendal BID’ (Kendal Improvement District) who explained that it was started four years ago with the aim of promoting and enhancing  the town.

It is run by a main board manned by people from some of the 700 businesses that have signed up to the scheme as well as representatives from the local Councils.

Among its many ways of achieving this are, promoting Swipii – Kendal’s Loyalty Card, encouraging a clean, safe and attractive environment, supporting all the local festivals, installing new Christmas lights, producing town trails leaflets (History Trail& Food and Wine Trail) and re-branding the town.