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Lotta bottle tops mean a lotta money

Galashiels and Kelso Rotarians have been collecting used milk bottle tops which are recycled by CK Polymers of St Boswells  and �1,000 has been raised from 3.6 tonnes.
Members from the two clubs presented a cheque to Caroline Green, of Marie Curie Cancer Care, money which will buy 50 hours of nursing care at home for terminally-ill patients.
In the photograph are, from left, Mike Perry (Kelso Rotary Club), Isobel Johnson (president , Galashiels Rotary Club), Caroline Green, Sandra Craig (president, Kelso Rotary Club) and Sheena Cossar, who started the project.

Galashiels and Kelso Rotarians have been collecting used milk bottle tops which are recycled by CK Polymers of St Boswells  and �1,000 has been raised from 3.6 tonnes. Members from the two clubs presented a cheque to Caroline Green, of Marie Curie Cancer Care, money which will buy 50 hours of nursing care at home for terminally-ill patients. In the photograph are, from left, Mike Perry (Kelso Rotary Club), Isobel Johnson (president , Galashiels Rotary Club), Caroline Green, Sandra Craig (president, Kelso Rotary Club) and Sheena Cossar, who started the project.

Galashiels and Kelso Rotarians have been collecting used milk bottle tops which are recycled by CK Polymers of St Boswells – and £1,000 has been raised from 3.6 tonnes.

Members from the two Borders Rotary clubs presented a cheque to Caroline Green, of Marie Curie Cancer Care, money which will buy 50 hours of nursing care at home for terminally-ill patients.

In the photograph are, from left, Mike Perry (Kelso Rotary Club), Isobel Johnson (president , Galashiels Rotary Club), Caroline Green, Sandra Craig (president, Kelso Rotary Club) and Sheena Cossar, who started the project.

 

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