FIREWORKS DISPLAY GOES WITH
The Fireworks Display organized by the Prescot Rotary Club, with help from Prescot Round Table, was a sparkling success and was well-supported by the people of Prescot. Knowsley and Rainhill. The event was held at Whittaker’s Garden Centre in Prescot and made a profit of £ 5,000. The profits were shared between Willowhrook Hospice in St Helens and Zoe’s Place, a unique hospice at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital for babies aged between nought and five years.
has 75 people on their staff and rely on over 300 volunteers to look after a
hundred patients a year. Zoe’s Place is
the only hospice for this age
group in the country and receives no state aid. It plays a major role in supporting young married couples who are living through a major crisis in
• Prescot Rotary Club’s Christmas collection was £6,966, collected mainly from Knowsley, Prescot and Rainhill with help from shoppers at B & Q in St Helens and Tesco Express in Prescot.
To help further contact Bijoy Sinha, 0151 292 5732