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AU – RRT Supports ACRF at COLOR ME RAD – 23/2/14

Supporting the Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF) is a truly worthy cause. Since its inception in 1984, the ACRF has awarded $94.5 million in grants to world class cancer research centres in Australia. These grants are used to fund state of the art technologies and facilities which accelerate the discovery process in the fight against […]

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Two days later, when the cyclists pulled into the country town of Manilla mid-morning after fighting a strong headwind all the way, they met the RRT in a lovely shady Rotary Park, and to their surprise, a BBQ sizzling with sausages and eggs.
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UK – 4×4 Transport for Nurses on Somerset Levels

On Wednesday 5th February, with rain and already severe flooding, many people were being evacuated from their homes on the Somerset Levels. But there were some who could not leave and required care and assistance from the Nursing staff of Somerset Care, who had to get there despite the wind, rain and flooding. With many […]

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UK – RRT WADES INTO ACTION AGAIN – Somerset

Wednesday 5th February 2014 was another very wet day for the residents of the Somerset Levels. An ‘Amber’ weather warning of rain was issued by the Met Office, meaning more flooded houses and more heartache for the local residents living at Northmoor and Moorland where they have been battling the rising floods. Continue to read […]

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UK – RRT Assisting flood ravaged Communities in Somerset

Saturday 1st February saw the Environment Agency working hard to assist the Communities of Moorlands and North Moor that have been hit by the worst floods for decades. These small communities situated alongside the tidal River Parrett have endured weeks of anxiety watching the levels rise and experiencing hardship and loss. Some of the farming […]

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