Communications, Public Relations and Social Media

Rotary principles are maintained by avoiding contentious issues, party political sides, and religious comment. We have a Club Facebook page that occasionally mirrors our twitter comments. Twitter activity is echoed albeit in a different format. We have an external page for use by others to share comments and to publish items of local interest. Some Club members use LinkedIn personally or through a business that may be used to promote our message.

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Our Club's Community Service Committee in conjunction with Special Projects aims to improve the quality of life within our local area and community.

A community event

This village festival has been organised by Sussex Vale Rotary Club since 2018. The event is named after the big 'switch on' of the Hassocks Christmas lights each November.


Sussex Vale has supported Foundation and the 'End Polio Now' campaign for many years. A Foundation Grant was obtained a few years ago to help fund 7 wells in Africa. In 2010 we planted 1000 purple crocuses in Adastra Park to publicise End Polio Now,


The Rotary Club of The Sussex Vale supports many International Charities and Projects.


The work of Youth Service is particularly geared to youth and assisting with youth development, studies and wellbeing. This committee organises the local heats of the many Rotary schools competitions that our club sponsor.