Passionately Purple gin has acquired many new friends since its birth nearly three years ago. It has also passed many milestones and created new records.
And much of this has been achieved at a time when Rotary has been conducting its meetings virtually.
Now Salford with Swinton Rotary has donated a further £2,000 to the End Polio cause bringing the project’s total to £15,600 — a staggering £46,800 in conjunction with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.”
With World Polio Day on the horizon (October 24th), now’s a great time to buy more at club and district events.
There are still a few remaining bottles of the Limited Edition Taste of Freedom gin to auction or give as special thank yous.
However, the portfolio would not be complete without the stable’s Taste of Honey gin which gives a nod to Salford-born playwright Shelagh Delaney, who penned A Taste of Honey, the 1960 hit film giving an insight to life in the city at the time.
There has never been a more essential time than now to increase the profile of the End Polio Now campaign and raise funds — the finishing line is so close.”
This was never going to be a sprint, but the end of the marathon is in sight!
Visit the Salford with Swinton website: rotarysalford.uk or contact Ginmeister Herbert Chatters, at: email@example.com who is still taking bookings to Zoom into Rotary clubs to share the history of gin and the birth of Passionately Purple Gin.