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Paralympian Matt Wylie witih the cheque he received from the Rotary Club of Washington, pictured with his parents at Sunderland Aquatic Centre.
Paralympian Matt Wylie witih the cheque he received from the Rotary Club of Washington, pictured with his parents at Sunderland Aquatic Centre.
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Children are invited along to Washington Library on Saturday between 10.30am and 11.30am to work with Jayne Hughes, who will demonstrate how to draw characters from her children’s book, Goodnight Mr Bravo.

On Saturday at 2pm you can join Washington Wetlands Centre on a walking with wildfowl event. Learn fascinating facts about the rare and endangered species of birds around the centre. Between 10am and noon and from 2pm to 4pm you can join volunteer guides in a hide who will help you discover more about the diverse wild bird species in the vicinity.

The Rotary Club of Washingtons is taking part in Macmillan’s Worlds Biggest CoffeeMorning. A market day event will take place at The Black Bush in the Village of Washington on Friday from 10am. There will be lots of stalls and an opportunity to have personal sessions with either a psychic or a clairvoyant or both, throughout the day.

Rotary Club of Washington members were delighted to hear of Paralympian Matt Wylie’s success in achieving a gold medal in the pool. The club has supported Matt in past with a cheque to go towards his training expenses.