Community Services/ STRIVE CAFE OPEN
The Cafe in the Town Centre which our Club Supported is back open
The Cafe has been refurbished and the new dishwasher fitted, which was purchased with Rotary help following a visit to our Club in February by Nat & Sally.
Nat is a past pupil of St Mary’s School, Wrestwood Road who, despite his dyspraxia, has taken courses in catering. Together with another ex St Mary’s family they have obtained and furnished a business in Bexhiil town centre where they serve breakfasts, morning coffee and light lunches. After the first month, (before lockdown) the business was thriving and they have plans to take on more staff and provide more seating; there are at present 18 covers.
The enterprize is in the process of registering as a charity. The Club was interested and ethusiastic about this project and hopes were expressed that we would be able to support it individually and as a club as it progresses.
Rotary Support the Foodbank and HUG.
Generous Bexhill Resident's donations are transported to the Foodbank.details
Christmas Day at the Conquest Hospital
Santa and helpers bring happiness to the Conquest children’s wards on Christmas Day.details
Christmas Hamper Packing
Rotarians helped Bexhill Caring Community pack and deliver hampers to local people prior to Christmas.details
Help for Bexhill Foodbank
On 28th June our outgoing President Paul Frostick presented a cheque for £1500 to the food bank. The manager Rev Simon Earl is seen holding the cheque.details
Help with Bexhill Caring Community Hampers
Bexhill Rotary help with Bexhill Caring Community hampersdetails
Orientation Plaque Unveiling
Unveiling of a new Orientation Plaque at Galley Hill by the Mayor of Bexhilldetails
Stroke Awareness Day
St John Ambulance took Blood Pressure readings at Bexhill Sailing Club.details