The President of the Inner Wheel Club of Crewkerne, Desi Fradgley, presented a cheque for £305.00 to Trudy Jupp, trustee of the Akamba Aid Fund. The money was raised at a Spring garden opening event at Lower Severalls, jointly hosted by CB Plants Lower Severalls Nursery, Lower Severalls Farmhouse B & B and the ladies of the Inner Wheel in Somerset, Dorset and Wilts.

The Akamba Aid Fund is an independent charity, locally based in Norton Sub Hamdon. It was set up in 1999 to help the poorest rural communities of Eastern Kenya, have access to the essentials of life. A spokesperson for AAF said: “A big thank you to Mary at Lower Severalls Farmhouse B & B, the ladies of Inner Wheel and to all those who came to visit the gardens, despite the chilly weather and supported AAF.”

WP2Social Auto Publish Powered By :