Exning.Net is a website developed by residents of Exning Village
All information and photographs are ©LAPOLLO Systems unless otherwise attributed. Comments & Queries to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note the site is under development and new pages will be added from time to time and formats may change.
Please see the “Small print”
Whilst every attempt is made to ensure accuracy of the information on this site, LAPOLLO Systems cannot be held responsible for any loss of time or money due to use of the information. This also true of sites with links from Exning.Net.
Snowdrop Walk at Landwade
The Rotary and Lions Clubs of Newmarket are joining forces to organise a fund-
The entrance fee is £5 per family and maps of the estate will be available at the gate. Money raised this year will go to the Rotary Foundation End Polio Now campaign and The Lions Club are rasing money for Newmarket Community First Responders.
When Rotary and its partners launched the Global Polio Eradication Initiative more than three decades ago, polio paralyzed 1,000 children every day. Great progress against the disease has been made since then. Polio cases have dropped by 99.9 percent, from 350,000 cases in 1988 in 125 countries to 5 new cases of wild poliovirus in 2021 in just two countries: Afghanistan and Pakistan. And we remain committed to the end. With polio nearly eradicated, Rotary and its partners must sustain this progress and continue to reach every child with the polio vaccine. Without full funding and political commitment, this paralyzing disease could return to polio-
Newmarket Lions Club chosen charity this year is Newmarket Community First Responders who want a defibrillator which costs £900 and a razor chair that lifts the patient safely from the ground which is a staggering £2,500. Community first responders are volunteers who are trained by the NHS to attend certain types of emergency calls in the area where they live or work. Their aim is to reach a potential life-