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BWBF chosen as club's charity

24.06.2015

BWBF has been chosen as the Rotary Club of Northampton West's Charity of the Year.

British Wireless for the Blind Fund has been chosen as a club's Charity of the Year.

The Rotary Club of Northampton West presented a cheque of £2,000 to BWBF's Regional Development Manager for the South East, Simon Parsons.

President Tom Green handed over the generous donation and selected us as the club's cause to support.



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