Maidstone Borough Council (MBC) has introduced the ‘Get Involved in #CleanUpMaidstone Project’
Fun and friendship are an important part of our lives as Soroptimists.
The 16 July was the Soroptimist Day of Action. The theme was ‘Reducing Use of Single-use plastic’ as part of action on climate change.
Medway and Maidstone Soroptimists were contacted by Medway Foodbank on 16 May. They were looking for volunteers to help with the Tesco summer Food collection.
The children at Byron Primary School are working to become a ‘Rights Respecting School’. They chose Mary’s Meals as their charity to support.
Medway and Maidstone members enjoyed an Afternoon Tea in June at Sue Hunt’s home where we could admire her beautiful gardens.
A special request for a trauma bear in Ghana’s national colours was made by Nellie Adjaye to present to SI Accra for their 37th anniversary.
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A request was received on 21 April from Jo Harfleet from Kent Fire and Rescue for trauma bears.
On 1 May, 6 Medway and Maidstone members set off on a 5km walk through Bredhurst Woods to see the bluebells in full bloom.