Well done to Tony Clayson & Shaun Bailey in becoming our Rotary Champions of Change for 2018.

Well done to you both & thank you for your innovation and commitment to making a difference.

Champion of Change – International Category
Tony Clayson

Tony, a consultant orthopaedic surgeon has used his professional skills to implement the Sustainable Orthopaedic Trauma Services in Africa project.

He leads a small team of surgeons and ancillary nursing staff to Ethiopia, where local practitioners are trained and supplied with essential equipment them to perform operations. In less than two years, over 2,500 major operations have now been carried out locally. The project is backed by Worsley Rotary and the World Orthopaedic Concern UK.

Community Champion
Sean Bailey

Sean Bailey is being given the award for his work in creating the Cerebral Palsy United Football Club.

Sean suffered serious neck and spinal injuries playing football and thought he would never walk again. His determination to defy the odds means he has recovered, although is unable to run or play himself.

He therefore decided to put his energy and love into creating the club for anyone with cerebral palsy or brain injuries.

Sean invites football stars to training sessions and arranges visits to other stadiums to enhance his players’ experience.

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