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  • City Rotarians help homeless
    Rotarians in Brighton and Hove donated 100 “Goody Bags” to the City’s homeless at St. Peters Church. The homemade drawstring bags contained useful items such as toiletries for men and women, chocolate, woolly hats and socks. The bags were given out at the supper kitchen run by David and Linda ...
  • Mayor opens ‘Time for the Children’
    One of Mo Marsh’s first official duties as new Mayor of Brighton and Hove is opening an inspiring photography exhibition called ‘Time for the Children’ at Brighton’s Jubilee Library. The exhibition features stunning images by award-winning Brighton photographer Richard Harris. Richard spent three ...
  • Kids Easter Eggs-travaganza
    Hundreds of children are expected to hop down to the Easter Egg Hunt at Hove’s Hangleton Manor on Good Friday 14 April from 11am to 1pm. This very popular annual family event – now in its 9th year – is organised by Rotary in Brighton and Hove. For just a £4 entry fee children hunt ...
  • Classic Motorcycle run returns to Sussex
    The British Engineerium opens at 10am Sunday 23 April for a special open-day to welcome back, after many years absence, classic and modern motorcycles as they depart and return from the Engineerium on a 60 mile (and 35 mile for older bikes) run through the Sussex countryside. To mark the occasion ...
  • Bags for the homeless appeal
    Do you like sewing and would you like to help the homeless this Christmas? If so, Rotary in Brighton and Hove in collaboration with Brighton Emmaus needs your help to make 100 draw strings bags to give out to the Homeless in the City. The Bags will contain some welcome essentials, along with a ...