The Rotary Club of Horsham
 
 
The Rotary Club of Horsham has been serving the community since 1923. Our members are all ages and from all walks of life – all wanting to make a difference in the community and the world through projects, fundraising and fun events for the whole family.
 
If you would like to give something back to the community and have fun doing it, please explore the About Our Club pages via the menu above, click on the Contact Us button or ring us to find out more.
 
Trick or Treat - The Winners
 

The Lucky Trick or Treat winners are...

Winner of the age group 4 and under
Flora Whatham
Runner up of the age group 4 and under 
Elliot Munden
Winner of the age group 5 to 8 years 
Jack Cade
Runner up of the age group 5 to 8 years 
Seb Alldridge 
Winner of the age group 9 to 12 years 
James Potten
Runner up of the age group 9 to 12 years
Nathalie Griffin
 
All prize winners have been notified and our congratulations go to them all
We have had an amazing 595 entry forms submitted and our thanks to all those who went on the trail and the 27 Horsham shops that took part
 
We will be back at Easter with our famous Bunny Hunt Trail..................don’t miss it!
 
 
Another Big Thank You
ROTARY World Polio Day 24 October 2019
 
 
Horsham Rotary
 
Many thanks to everyone who donated to World Polio day last Thursday
 
 
You will really have made an impact this time
 
On World Polio Day, for every £1 you donated to Rotary to end polio
the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
will add another £2. Yes, that’s tripling your donation.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Eradicating Polio
 
Horsham Rotary Funday Sunday 2019 ..........The Best Ever
 
 
More Breaking News
Indonesia
Many thanks to all those who contributed to our collection in 2018 in and around the Carfax
 
We will add to the appreciable sum collected, and send it to Shelter Box https://www.shelterbox.org/
 
Thank you again.
 
 

Queen Elizabeth II School children and the new inclusive roundabout

 

Children from Horsham’s Queen Elizabeth II School were amongst the first to try out Horsham Park’s new roundabout when they met up with officers from Horsham District Council and members of Horsham Rotary Club last week.

 

The new inclusive roundabout, installed in the play area behind the Pavilions In The Park Leisure Centre, has been sponsored by Horsham Rotary Club and provides easy wheelchair access so that children of all abilities can play together.

 
What we do
 
Another successful Horsham Children in Need Day 2017
 
We would like to send a big thank the people of Horsham who came to the Carfax and had some fun during the half term helping us help to help Children in Need.
 
The BBC sent a camera crew along so if you were there on the day make sure you tune in to the BBC Children in Need show on Friday November 17 and you might see yourself on TV.
 
We also need to thank all the contributors who gave up their time to make it such a fun day!
 
So, a big thank you to Mr Dave Benson Phillips, The Les Searle Group, Huxley’s Birds of Prey, Fast & Furious Collective UK, Benson’s Funfair, Busydays Face painting, Balloons by Kitty and Horsham Markets.
 
We have raised a large amount of money and we will let you know how much as soon as we have finished this year’s fundraising.
 
Once again Horsham…thank you!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Home Page News
 
Cyclone Idai affecting Zimbabwe Malawi and Mozambique
Many thanks to all those who donated to our Horsham town centre collection on Friday 29th March
Donated monies will help provide a Shelter Box containing survival kits that include tents, water purifiers, cooking utensils and blankets
 
 
 
 
 
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