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H4H founder John Nowell was interviewed on BBC Radio Leicester on Saturday 19.09.2020.

You can listen to it by clicking on the image above. The link will take you to our page where you can click again to hear the interview. Make sure your speaker is turned on. Use the orange slider to skip to 20:15 in for the start of the 10-minute chat.

Rotary busy housekeeping

Rotary members and supporters make the most of the space available for the thousands of cans in store in ‘our’ articulated trailer.

It’s not just cans…

Heat exchanger: 15.5kg of useful aluminium

Did you see or hear the Spitfire fly over LRI?

Wonderful Wombles hit 100,000 mark

This is Sam… be like Sam

This is Sam… Click here to read why you should be like Sam

Bourne’s got a Big Red Bin

Lincolnshire town gets charity’s ninth ‘can bank’, thanks to Rotary, Inner Wheel, Round Table and the local council…

Wow! What a start!

The staff and 85 pupils at Knossington Grange Therapeutic School in Rutland started collecting cans in February 2020. And, despite the restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, they have already handed over 10,500 cans to Helipads For Hospitals.

Barrow’s BRB arrives

H4H’s newest Big Red Bin has landed in Barrow Upon Soar — thanks to the generosity of a villager.
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Geoff shows how — and why — you
should crush your cans

Womble Geoff demonstrates how and why you should stomp your cans.
BEWARE: Clicking on the photo will reveal Geoff’s near-naked legs :-0

Brilliant Bethany gets the message across

John Nowell with a bale of crushed cans alongside the one-tonne builder’s bags they might replace
Mark his words…

Counting kilos, not cans
The Rotary Club of Shepshed, with help from the schoolchildren members of its Interact Club provided a ‘Big Red Bin’ in Glenmore Park, in the town to make it easy for people to donated cans to the Helipads For Hospitals, campaign. Occasionally, thanks to the good folk of the town, it fills more quickly than … Continue readingCounting kilos, not cans