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Dignity in Dementia

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cytotec usa The speakers at the meeting of Kendal Rotary on 17th June were Lesley Gill and Diane Smillie from, ‘Dignity in Dementia’, a non-profit making organisation whose aim is Enhancing Dignity in Dementia across Cumbria & North Lancashire of which there are over 8000 sufferers in Cumbria alone.

zenegra 100 price Their approach is to inform, support and inspire family carers and others. They do this through their ‘Feelings First’ approach to dementia care. They believe that by connecting to the way the person is likely to be feeling at any one time, it can help them to become more content and improve their wellbeing, which in turn then helps the wellbeing of the carer.

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The Bay Search and Rescue Organisation

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lobate al cream buy online The speaker at the recent meeting of Kendal Rotary was Helen Clark from the Bay Search and Rescue organisation who gave an illustrated talk on their work and function.

purim costume The service founded in 1996 and registered in 2000 covers all of Morecambe Bay, an area of about 120 square miles as well as sometimes travelling further afield if requested.

buy clarinex 5mg generic The organisation has grown dramatically and now has many different types of craft which allows them to cater for any type of rescue in all conditions. For example, quicksand rescue with their specialist equipment, town centre flooding, snow rescue, and animal rescue which includes whales, seals, horses, cattle and sheep.

Religion, Belief and Culture in Our Community

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buy norpace online The speaker at the meeting of Kendal Rotary on 20th May was Jaquetta Gomez who gave a presentation to the club about an interfaith publication entitled ‘Religion, Belief and Culture in Our Community’. 

neurobion forte price ph Jaquetta, a well-known devout Buddhist, gave a precis of the book’s contents and is passionate about enlightening people about other faiths to help them avoid misunderstandings as well as encouraging peace and harmony within the 20 different faiths in and around Kendal.

A 'Rise Against Hunger' Meal Pack

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wellbutrin uk nhs 13 members of Kendal Rotary participated in a hydrochlorothiazide 25 mg price walmart Meal Pack Event at Cartmel Priory School on Saturday 13th April 2019 to provide 60,000 meals for children facing hunger.   The event was organised by Grange-over-Sands Rotary on behalf of tretiva 30 mg price Rise Against Hunger which is an international hunger relief organization that distributes food and life-changing aid to the world’s most vulnerable with the goal of ending hunger by 2030.

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The History of Lancaster Castle

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clonidine canada The speaker at the meeting of Kendal Rotary on 15th April was Terry Bond, who gave an illustrated presentation of the History of Lancaster Castle with particular focus on the now closed prison. Having worked there for many years, he had an intimate knowledge of its workings and showed pictures of many parts of the building not generally seen by visitors. 

The castle has a long and fascination history and was once owned by John of Gaunt otherwise known as the Duke of Lancaster.  Originally a Roman fort and then a Norman castle, it has been enlarged over the years to become the Grade 1 listed building it is today. 

Of the many famous inmates of the prison, the ‘Pendle Witches’ and the ‘Birmingham six’ are probably the best known.