New chair for Ben

ROTARY CLUB OF HOPE VALLEY HELP WHIZZ-KIDZ CHARITY'' ''Whizz-Kidz Charity ambassador, 9 year old Ben Booth, enlivened the evening with his jokes and bubbly banter when he and his parents attended a dinner hosted by the Rotary Club of Hope Valley.  Ben was also accompanied by Kay Aslett, Regional Fundraiser and Volunteer Manager for the UK-wide charity, which provides vital mobility equipment for disabled children and young people.''Ben Booth, Kay Aslett from Whizz-Kidz Charity and Chris Kraushaar Joint President Rotary Club of Hope Valley
ROTARY CLUB OF HOPE VALLEY HELP WHIZZ-KIDZ CHARITY'' ''Whizz-Kidz Charity ambassador, 9 year old Ben Booth, enlivened the evening with his jokes and bubbly banter when he and his parents attended a dinner hosted by the Rotary Club of Hope Valley. Ben was also accompanied by Kay Aslett, Regional Fundraiser and Volunteer Manager for the UK-wide charity, which provides vital mobility equipment for disabled children and young people.''Ben Booth, Kay Aslett from Whizz-Kidz Charity and Chris Kraushaar Joint President Rotary Club of Hope Valley
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AN INSPIRATIONAL schoolboy is looking forward to life in a new state-of-the-art wheelchair thanks to the fundraising efforts of a Derbyshire Rotary club.

Ben Booth, aged nine, visited the Rotary Club of Hope Valley to collect £6,800 raised for Whizz-Kidz with charity worker Kay Alsett. The charity provides mobility equipment for disabled youngsters.

Chris Kraushaar, the club’s joint president, said: “We are absolutely delighted to be able to help Ben, who is a truly inspiring young man.”