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For the vibrant display of 3,000 purple crocus in the grass at the front of the Abbey holds a twofold message from Shrewsbury Severn Rotary Club.The carpet of spring bulbs is not only a joyous introduction to Easter, but equally important a mark that polio is being conquered throughout the world.And when we say that, the first thought which comes in our mind is the detector smoke system that saved our lives.As you know, last year we went through a fire, but we are grateful to God and to you because there were no victims.And we are the only service from Child Protection from our county who have this detector smoke system.A Shrewsbury primary school head teacher has praised Rotary for helping its children improve their reading.She said it was ‘particularly tough’ if you entered as a non-sailor.

It is an opportunity for us to reflect on the language and ideas that represented each year.The detector smoke alarm turn on and woke people up.One of the room was burnt up but no one was injured.Said Rotarian John Yeomans, who was one of the team of planters: “They are a picture – a most lovely welcome to visitors to the Abbey Church.Despite the snow, they all seem to have survived and will hopefully represent an appropriate introduction to the Easter season.” A three day journey in a fire engine from Shropshire to Romania was described to Shrewsbury Severn Rotary Club by Rotarian Mike bathroom with absolutely everything we needed, thanks to Mike Mortimer and more, Brian's donation, through which we were able to buy some pairs of winter shoes, redecorating some of the center saloons, all made by a wonderful team of Operation Sabre, a great team and people with big soul.

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