Rotary club spends some beer money on netball girls

By Kevin Black in Local People

Oxted based Lynn Stables and Maggie Morley have been running the Girls Attack netball group for the last six years. Girls Attack , which provides netball training and workshops, plus after school clubs for girls aged 6 to 14, as well as walking netball for ladies, has been given £900 by Titsey Rotary Club, to enable it to offer additional courses in Oxted, Hurst Green, Caterham and Edenbridge. Some of the money will be used to fund the girls to take part in the Surrey Youth Games next month and the rest will go towards buying a smart new branded gazebo for use at tournaments and other events.

Titsey Rotary Club members raised the money working at the Oxted Beer Festival last year – “meeting and greeting”, distributing glasses and generally providing information to visitors.

Picture shows Girls Attack leaders Lynn Stables (second from left) and Maggie Morley (far right) with some of the team members and Anton Cusack (Oxted Beer Festival) and Sue Lippmann from Titsey Rotary Club.

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