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Georgia as a ‘fascinating place in many ways.’ Santa spent a morning personally presenting every child in Reception and Key Stage One at The Grange Primary School in Shrewsbury with a book for Christmas.
A total of 270 books were handed out to pupils aged three to eleven as part of a Christmas donation to the school from Shrewsbury Severn Rotary Club.
The club’s President Colin Sharp and Youth Opportunities Officer Kerry Ferguson accompanied Santa as he visited pupils from seven classrooms.
The schools’ Headteacher Charlie Summers said afterwards: “Pupils in key stage one, reception and nursery have all enjoyed meeting Father Christmas.
We try to make Christmas time a very happy period because some of our children don’t have very much at Christmas so unwrapping their books means a great deal to them.
We shall also be celebrating Christmas Jumper Day as well as having a Christmas meal with crackers to pull and hats to wear.
“Many years’ ago, I had a life changing experience,” Shrewsbury Darwin Rotarian Roy Bound told Shrewsbury Rotary’s evening club, Shrewsbury Severn.
He said Rotary’s theme was ‘Making a Difference’ and he hoped that the event would make a difference for everyone attending this Christmas time.
Out of 324 local authority areas across the country, Shropshire came 237.
Carol thanked the club on behalf of Home Start Shropshire and said it was ‘fantastic’ to have some new money that had not already been earmarked for projects.
The life changing moment happened when he was at Hartley Electromotives.
He had volunteered to be an electrician for the construction of a three storey building on St.