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Monday, August 11, 2014

BONO shares is thoughts about Rotary

Bono's Message to Rotary Members HD:

Rotary Club of London Student Talk about helping disabled kids

Daniella Joseph talks at the Rotary Club of London about a student action project to help disabled people. Her trip to Sierra Leone with Rotary really gave her a great opportunity to help in many creative ways . A very inspiring experience of Rotary supporting students to make a difference.

Thursday, August 7, 2014

Have you read the latest Rotary in London magazine?

Please check out the link to read a free copy of the Rotary in London district magazine that covers 64 Clubs news from London & more! Sure you recognise this face :)

Monday, August 4, 2014

#MS UK DAY 2014 celebrates 21 years of support for MS

#MS UK Day 2014

MS UK is celebrating 21 years of providing support for people affected by MS. 
It was great to catch up with MS UK recently to see their head office and Joseph court in Essex fitness & exercise centre. We also shared the latest news about my work for MS with various global partners that are helping to spread the word to help recognise and provide support.
I am so excited by the support for MS that is happening in the UK and globally. In particular the Royal College of Nursing or RCN is really keen to help me in with the challenges of adherence and compliance with MS treatments such as, regularly taking the medication prescribed to help stop the progression of the condition in many cases.
These challenges are not just about taking tablets but also for lifestyle changes that may help with difficult symptoms that MS might cause problems with. Additionally, this is not just an MS challenge compliance difficulties can affect any health condition and sadly it does.

On the 4th of August I will be supporting MS UK with a twitter campaign using various # (hash tags) that I have shared the benefit of using to help people quickly find and share information through social media.
For this latest project I will be using #MSUKDAY along with other # hash tags they have now set up.

Further information is included in the article, below, from the new pathways magazine that MS UK produces for members of their organisation. Why not checkout MS UK WEBSITE for further information or have a look at my website and our London MS Clear guide page London Msclearguide on Facebook provided FREE by qualified MS medical professionals because we want to help people with MS and not make a profit or ask for money to do this work.

Thanks again to everyone that has helped with this work in particular the MS unit at Charing Cross hospital in London. Additionally, Rotary in London especially the London & Barkingside clubs. The support Rotary has given and also does internationally Free of Charge has constantly been offered which is truly amazing and helps so many people that might need a helping hand or information.

Don't forget if you use twitter pop #MSUKDAY in your tweets to help support raising awareness about MS.  Will keep you posted on how we get on with our #MSDAYUK mission :)

Sunday, August 3, 2014

Albert Carter listed in UK top 20 under 13 year olds from all motorsports!

Albert Carter listed in UK top 20 under 13 year olds from all motorsports!

Young Albert Carter is just getting better every race looking at his recent performances on the track. Here is the latest press release for Albert after his recent listing in the Top UK under 13s! Wow Albert the team and Rotary Club of London are all so proud of you and can't wait to see you soon.

So lets read your latest news from Lucas Oils, as shared below, and big well done from all of your friends in London.

Lucas Oil driver Albert Carter has been listed as in the top 20 under 13 year olds from all forms of motorsport in the UK! The list had been compiled taking nominations from all areas and went out on Downforce Radio ( on the 21st July 2014. Downforce Radio is the place to get the inside track on all matters of all racing from Karting to F1 and reports and reviews, to who's going to be who in a few years time.

Carter races in the IAME Cadet class - and after winning the toughest club championship in the UK the Trent Valley Kart Championship in 2013 - this year is concentrating on the two biggest UK Championships which are the MSA British Karting Championship and the LGM National Championship.

Go to and fast forward to 62 mins and 40 seconds in to hear the nominated finalists

Albert commented, ‘’I think it is a great honor to be listed and I would like to say thank you to Lucas Oil, all my associate sponsors, Zip Kart and everyone else who is helping me in any way’’ 

Steve McQueen
SMQ Media PR & Media Services Ltd (for Lucas Oil UK)

Saturday, August 2, 2014

Did you celebrate Prince George's 1st birthday?

What did you do to celebrate Prince George's first birthday in 2014?
Why not share your news and stories with Monarchy online via our Facebook page or social media.
Please send your pictures so we can share on line.
Thanks Kaz from Monarchy on line UK.

Please can you help Rotary London to give the money a sponsor promised but not given for MS

www.kazaston.comPlease can you help with our support for the MS Society centre in Redbridge Essex UK.
Sadly a big UK Retail Company that I won't name has let Philip Lester & I down and just taken the sponsorship return from a 12 hour radio broadcast we did and not donated anything as promised last year to help the MS centre with transport services so people can easy use the superb MS Centre.
As Rotary supports loads of charities we must continue to do this and so need a little help to cover this financial loss of the MS Society in Redbridge Essex, while we carry on with the other important charity projects.
Please just drop us an email if you have any ideas to help the ms society Redbridge centre in Red Bridge.
Thanks so much, sorry to ask but need some help if possible.
Kind regards, Kaz Aston.

Volunteer Marshall's Needed for NSPCC Kids Charity

Volunteer Marshalls Needed On Saturday 20th September. The NSPCC will be holding a large walking event in central London. The London HACK 2014 (Hike Against Cruelty to Kids) will see participants take to the streets of London to raise funds in support of our ‘Now I Know’ appeal.
The ‘Now I Know appeal’ is raising funds for the ChildLine School Services. Money raised towards this appeal will put trained volunteers into local Primary Schools and teach children about abuse, giving them the confidence to talk about it, the knowledge to prevent it, and the courage to find help if they ever need it. All support to this appeal can help us to empower an entire generation and save many thousands of children from the devastating effects of abuse.
The money raised by participants is invaluable to the work we do, but so are the volunteers who kindly and tirelessly support us. An event on as large a scale as HACK relies on the efficiency and passion of our volunteer marshals who make the day not only efficient, but most importantly fun and rewarding for all taking part.
If you can help please contact: Rachel Hunt
Telephone : 02076503270