Teenagers from Continental and East Europe enjoyed a visit to north-west London as part of youth exchange programme operated by Rotary International.

Eleven children from Slovenia, Germany, Austria, Italy, Israel, Switzerland, Norway, Czech Republic, Hungary, Belgium and France attended a youth camp in London and made a visit to the Rotary Club of Northwick Park on Thursday at the club’s meeting place of Travellers Rest in Kenton Road, Kenton - the only club they visited during their two week jaunt.

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Club president-elect Ritu Kapur said: “This camp is an excellent example of the Youth Exchange programmes run by Rotary International, and can make a real difference to future international relations.”

Ms Kapur received banners presented by the students to the Rotary Club of Northwick Park and presented each camp member with a banner from the club.