Students from around the world visit Rotary Club of Northwick Park

Students from around the world visit rotary club

Students from around the world visit rotary club

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Students from around the world visited London as part of an exchange scheme by Rotarians.

The teenagers came to the capital for two weeks as part a young exchange programme with The Rotary Club of Northwick Park.

The 11 Youth Camp members came from Slovenia, Germany, Austria, Italy, Israel, Switzerland, Norway, Czech Republic, Hungary, Belgium and France.

The Northwik Park club's president elect Ritu Kapur said: "This camp is an excellent example of the youth exchange programmes run by Rotary International, and can make a real difference to future international relations."

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11:49pm Sat 26 Jul 14

Sonoo Malkani says...

Wonderful way to build bridges and help global communities bond.All the more important in a world torn apart by warring factions.Really enterprising and such a joy to see.Well done Nothwick Park Rotary Club.
Wonderful way to build bridges and help global communities bond.All the more important in a world torn apart by warring factions.Really enterprising and such a joy to see.Well done Nothwick Park Rotary Club. Sonoo Malkani
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