The Royal School Interact Club Raises over £1,800 for Turkey/Syria Earthquake Relief

We’re looking forward to welcoming members of The Royal School Interact Club to our meeting on Monday. Their Club recently raised £1801.25 for the Turkey/Syria Earthquake relief through a “Wear your own clothes” day and by making and selling Valentines cards at the school. The fundraising events were a great success, with students from all year groups coming together to show their support for the victims of the earthquake.

The Royal School Interact Club is a group of students who are passionate about making a difference in the world. They are always looking for ways to help others, and were eager to do something to help the victims of the Turkey/Syria Earthquake – with the money that they raised helping the British Red Cross to provide relief to those who have been affected by the earthquake.

Interact is a youth organization affiliated with Rotary which aims to encourage young people to develop leadership skills and to participate in service projects for the benefit of their communities. The Royal School Interact Club is one of over 14,000 Interact Clubs worldwide with members meeting every week to discuss service projects and to plan events and its a great example of how young people can make a difference in the world – contact us to find out more about how your school can make a difference in the world with Interact 

Wolverhampton Young Citizen 2023

Nominations are now open for the Wolverhampton Young Citizen of the Year awards 2023, which recognise the achievements of young people aged between 13 and 25 who live or go to school or work in Wolverhampton.

Mel Eves with last year’s finalist Emma Falconer and Wolves defender Max Kilman
Photo credit – Express and Star

This years awards were launched by former Wolves player Mel Eves who is encouraging everyone in the city to recognise those young people who have gone the extra mile and whose personal courage, care for others, achievement or contribution to the community should be recognised and celebrated.

Anyone can nominate a young person for the award – just visit and complete the online nomination form.

The awards were devised and are sponsored by the City’s four Rotary Clubs and are backed by the Wolves Foundation, the Express & Star, Wolverhampton City Council, Carvers Building Supplies, the James Beattie Charitable Trust, West Midlands Magazines and Wolverhampton West magazine.

The Great Easter Book Hunt

Promoting literacy is one of Rotary’s core aims – good reading skills help to give children a better start in life – so we’re really happy to able to sponsor the 2023 Tettenhall Easter Book Hunt.

Starting from Thursday of this week and running through the Easter holiday children will have the chance to join the hunt and follow the clues to find one of 200 great Usborne books that will be hidden in and around the Tettenhall area.

You’ll be able to find the clues on the Tettenhall Look for a book Easter 2023 facebook page – – so make sure to visit and follow it today

Happy Easter and Happy Reading