Club President Jayne Harrison sumarises last month's activities.
Childrens'Easter Egg Hunt at Hangleton Manor BN3 8AN Good Friday 29th March 2013.
The Club's visit to Geldermalsen, Netherlands to visit its twin Rotary Club. This year the Clubs took part in a sponsored walk for the Red Cross with 25000 other people.
Fantastic turnout for the 2012 Ghost Hunt at Hangleton Manor
Presentation of chair and other equipment donated by the Club.
On 2nd September RCBHB and Soiree arranged for a group of children and their parents/carers from Hillside and Downs View Schools to travel to London by coach to visit the Olympic Village and watch the competitions in the Olympic Stadium.
Visit to meet again our Rotarian friends in Evreux.
Jane and Jason become Friends of our Rotary Club.
Quiz Night held at Hove Rugby Club.
Setting off for Chessington
The induction of Betty and Ingo by President Jayne.
The Club took part in a Fun Day to celebrate the Olympic torch's arrival in Hove.
Club team in action at the annual traditional outdoor skittles evening at Lewes. Sadly there were no prizes of r the Club this year.
Rotarians plant crocuses in Hove Park in support of the national Thanks for Life Campaign.
Members braved the below freezing temperatures to collect for Santa has he toured the streets of Hove and Portslade.
The Club raised money which was matched by the District of Rotary to purchase for the school a wish list of equipment.
Planting crocuses in Hove Park in support of the Thanks for Life campaign
The Club's event to raise money for polio vaccinations as part of an international programme to eradicate polio.
At Hangleton Manor
Brighton and Hove Breakfast help Brighton Athletic Club with their highly successful 10K running race. Over 3000 runners competed in the event along the 10km course on Brighton seafront. President Colin Crookes assists the Mayor at the start./