About us

Hove Rotary meets weekly, each Tuesday lunchtime, for between 90 minutes and 2 hours, with a meal, usually followed by a presentation by a guest speaker on topics of interest to our focus on good causes. Occasionally one of our members will be given the opportunity to tell us about their life, either as a talk or in the form of an informal interview.  Regular attendance is encouraged, to foster acquaintance between members and keep up to date with on-going activities and the evolving needs of the Hove community.  Members participate in activities within the Club, or within various groupings of Clubs, in intra-Club groups or individually, according to personal inclinations, skills and availability.

Meetings are friendly, offering friendship and fun, at the same time as deciding and planning future activities.  There is nothing secret about Rotary and very little ritual, making it comfortable for any Rotarian, without question, to visit and be warmly welcomed at any other Club – anywhere in the world!

Membership of the Rotary Club of Hove is thus open to both men and women, of any age, working, not working, or retired, from any business or professional background. Our Club aims to be as mixed as possible, seeking those who wish to give back something to Society, in the company of like-minded others. 

Interested? – Please complete and submit the form on our “Contact” page.  

Happening soon...

Tue, Jun 22nd 2021 1:00 pm

Club Meeting - via Zoom with talk on "Nurture through Nature"

Our speaker is Kate Honeyford who will be talking about the Brighton Charity "Nurture through Nature".

Tue, Jul 6th 2021 1:00 pm

Club Meeting - via Zoom. Followed by talk by Dr Roderic Ashton

Dr Ashton 's talk is titled: "What happens when our leaders are mad or ill"

Tue, Jul 13th 2021 1:00 pm

Club Meeting - via Zoom with talk by David Forman

Club Meeting with talk on "Kashmir and Ladakh" by David Forman

Meetings & Venue

Where and when:

We meet on Tuesdays at 1230 for 1300

(5th Tuesday with partners & guests: 1230 for 1300) The Hove Club
28 Fourth Avenue
Hove

BN3 2PJ  01273 730872

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