River Sherbourne Basin Project - Ian Jelly

Ian Jelly, Director of the Living Landscapes from Brandon Marsh Nature Centre

On Tuesday 31st July, Ian Jelly, Director of the Living Landscapes from Brandon Marsh Nature Centre, came and spoke to the Club regarding the Sherbourne  River basin project.  It was planned to obtain a 1 million plus grant to open up various areas within the City, of the culverted part of the river, as an attraction to the public.  Ian gave an interesting, detailed, illustrated talk which was followed by many questions from Rotarians present.  He had been introduced by President John Green and a vote of thanks was given by Rotarian Andrew Pargetter.  President John presented Ian with  a cheque for his charity.  Rotarian Brian Sharp took photographs.

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