Jun 20 2017
Three Rotakids went to Lancaster University for the morning. They took part in various activities and talks on polio, The National Trust and they tried their hand at First Aid. After a short break they went to a RSPB and Bee Keeping talk where they made crafts using recycled materials and helped to create a home for bees. They also met a man who works in Africa at the Bethany Project. This is a project where they help under privileged children by giving them an education and food. With the help of the Rotary Club, they even bring them to England to further their education. The children also got to make a bracelet with some very fancy beads and had a really good morning at the University. On our way out of the university there was an iron lung that the children could lie in and get a feel of what it would be like if they had to live in one in real life. Not a pleasant experience at all.