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Oakham Mayor selects Girlguiding Rutland as her 2022/23 charity

By Evie Payne

15th Jul 2022 | Local News

Sally-Anne was also seen mingling, tidying, and litter picking during the Party in the Park (image courtesy of Martin Brookes)
Sally-Anne was also seen mingling, tidying, and litter picking during the Party in the Park (image courtesy of Martin Brookes)

The Oakham Mayor, Sally-Anne Wadsworth, has announced that she will be supporting Girlguiding Rutland as her chosen charity.

Sally-Anne, who is already incredibly involved with Oakham's young community and is the guardian of her granddaughter, announced her support for Girlguiding Rutland on the run up to the Lord-Lieutenant's Party in the Park. Here, Oakham Town Council held a tombola where they raised just over £200 for the group.

Sally-Anne would like to extend "A special thank you to Julie Lowe who manned the stall all day."

Girlguiding Rutland work with girls and young women aged 5 to 30. Girlguiding is the UK's largest voluntary organisation for girls and young women.

They are always looking for volunteers, so if you want to get involved too, visit their Facebook to find out more.

     

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