Rotary talk in aid of cancer charity which supported family
A fundraising campaign in memory of a much-missed son of Langholm is to be boosted by a talk in the town next week.
Alastair Davies was a member of the Rotary Club of Langholm, and a founder of the Umbrella Walk, which has raised over £300,000 for local organisations.
He was also well known in the Borders for his charitable work, much of it carried out within Rotary and its End Polio Now campaign, culminating in his highly-regarded tenure as the organisation’s district governor.
It’s now 10 years since Alastair died from pancreatic cancer – and to mark this anniversary his widow Kirsteen has set up a Just Giving page in support of Marie Curie.
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