Rotary Club donates to Deaf Trust The Rotary Club of Doncaster St. George’s has donated £500 towards a sensory garden at our Leger Way site. The Rotary Club has a well-established relationship with Doncaster Deaf Trust and has donated thousands of pounds over the years to help the charity provide equipment and improve the environment for young deaf learners. Bobbie Roberts, our chair of trustees, said: “We are thrilled that the Rotary Club of Doncaster St George’s has once again chosen to support Doncaster Deaf Trust. “Their donation will help us to complete a new sensory garden that will benefit our children, pupils, students and staff. “Donations from businesses and organisations make a real difference and help us to ensure that our learners can benefit from the best possible environment.” Doncaster Deaf Trust manages Little Learners Day Nursery, Doncaster School for the Deaf, Communication Specialist College Doncaster and a Care Home on their 24 acre site in Doncaster,. Nigel Thorley on behalf of the Rotary Club of Doncaster St George’s, said: “The Doncaster Deaf Trust has been very helpful to us in allowing us to run our annual Doncaster Classic Car & Bike Show from its site for twelve years now, all profits from which go back into the local community, and we were very pleased to donate some of that money to the Deaf Trust.