Rotary Ten-Link Run
A sponsored route linking ten of the “projects” we have been involved with over the years - WATCH THE VIDEO
Over the past few years Titsey Rotary Club has supported many local organisations, groups and individuals with donations of money, materials, expertise and care.
During 2020 our fundraising options are being curtailed due to Covid-19 and we have not been able to offer as much support as in the past. In order to start raising money again our first fundraiser of the year took place on Monday 6 July.
Seb Buts, whose mother is a Titsey Rotarian, ran a sponsored route linking ten of the "projects" we have been involved with over the years:
- Limpsfield Chart Children's Playground - co-ordination
- Girls Attack (at Hazelwood School) – cash donation and a marquee tent
- Hurst Green Infants School – cleared undergrowth and opened up the children’s play area
- Creative Community’s Hurst Green Community Garden – cash donation towards gazebo and bench, plus hands-on work
- Hurst Green Community Centre – cash donation to improve disabled access
- Holland Sports – cash donations as well as a wooden bench and trim-trail exercise equipment
- Hurst Green Tennis Club – our youth opportunities scheme (TROYS) funds coaching and equipment for children from low-income families
- Master Park - cash donations, the venue for our Oxted Boot Fairs
- Men in Sheds at Woodhouse Centre – paid for and installed glazed panelling to enable year-round activities in natural light
- St Mary's School - part-funded the Multi-Use Games Area and built a kitchen garden.
and please make a donation so that we can continue to help those less fortunate than ourselves.