Rotary Club pays for gazebo for Sense students

The Rotary Club of Louth has been working with the two care and training agencies on the Louth industrial estate to enable one to assist the other by providing them with a beautifully designed and excellently constructed modern timber gazebo.

The club has organised and paid for the adult students at the Interskill training workshop in Tattershall Way to build the shelter, which they have now put up in the small garden behind the Sense offices and training centre in Windsor Road. It will provide a place where their students can sit outside.

The photograph, from left to right, shows some of the Rotarians at the side of some of the students and helpers of Sense in the gazebo, with the construction team from Interskill on the other side.