Rotary Club

PUBLISHED: 16:31 21 December 2006 | UPDATED: 10:05 31 May 2010

At a recent meeting, Rotarian Tony Webber was presented with a Paul Harris Fellowship. This is the highest honour that Rotary International gives out and was presented in appreciation of the significant assistance given for the furtherance of better unde

At a recent meeting, Rotarian Tony Webber was presented with a Paul Harris Fellowship. This is the highest honour that

Rotary International gives out and was presented in appreciation of the significant assistance given for the furtherance of better understanding and friendly relations among peoples of the world. Tony Webber, who is a retired farm manager, has been a member of Saffron Walden Rotary Club for 45 years and during that time has occupied most offices within the club. He was presented with the award by club president Glyn Goodwin and also in attendance was the district governor covering East Anglia, Nigel Neville. It is only the fifth such award that Saffron Walden Rotary Club has presented in its history so it is a rare honour. Rotarians will be collecting for local charities in the run up to Christmas outside Boots, Waitrose and Tesco.


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