Alone at Christmas

Alone at Christmas - Providing Christmas Day lunch and entertainment to around 100 local residents who would otherwise be alone on Christmas Day. Now in our 34th year!


Alone at a Christmas 2018 - The Rotary Club of Eastbourne provided a Christmas lunch on Christmas Day to 125 people who would have been on their own on Christmas Day.

Rotary President David Garlick gave thanks to all the helpers and drivers who assisted Rotary Club members and gave praise to the kitchen team who enabled the smooth operation of serving 125 Christmas lunches.

The event was once again held at the church hall of Our Lady of Ransom opposite the Town Hall in Grove Road, Eastbourne.

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