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We are looking for people to volunteer a couple of hours at Gatwick Airport on Saturday 22nd October, helping Horsham Rotary raise money for Children in Need. 
For the last two years Horsham Rotary have put on a big event at Gatwick Airport raising £1000's for Children in Need.
This year we would like to raise more money and need as many people as possible to help us achieve this.
Parking at the airport is free for all volunteers on the day so please if you can come along and help us help Children in Need contact us.
If you can help us by sparing a couple of hours at Gatwick supporting Children in Need then please email us at: 
In addition we are putting on a Halloween and Pudsey spectacular, in conjunction with Horsham District Council, in the Carfax on Thursday 27th October where Pudsey bear will mix with a collection of fun mascots, TV personality Dave Benson Phillips and a variety of spooky fun activities.
There will be three sing-a-long fun shows with Dave Benson Phillips and Pudsey at 11.00am, 12.15pm and 2.30pm along with other joint Pudsey and Spooky activities from 10.00am until 4.00pm.
Please try and get one or both of the events and help us help others in need.


IT was lovely to see everyone at Sparks in the Park on Sunday. The Sun eventually blessed us and loads of fun was had by all. We were happy to see so many join us in the Rotary Area and take part in all the fun games. We hope you enjoyed your day as much as we did.


Tuesday saw the eighth annual Horsham Pancake Races
- once again organised by the club. Big crowds watched a large number of teams take part with Dave Benson Phillips as compère and Andrew Lake supplying the musical back up.
The event is a lot of good half term fun for all the watching families but is contested with competitive enthusiasm by all the teams.
Bluecoat Sports won the Sainsbury’s Trophy as the main race winners. 
Winning Mascot Horsham FC's Howie the Hornet
(and friends)
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Horsham Rotary Club visited Meulan Les Meureuax Partner Club for a great weekend of fun and fellowship to celebrate their 50th Anniversary as a Club

We set out via Car, tunnel and Ferry early Thursday morning.. all arriving eventually in the afternoon at our Hotel in Cergy Pontoise just north of Paris. jean Claude Vannier and his wife Christine were there to meet us and to talk us through the very busy itinerary for the weekend.
After a meal in the Restaurant we all retired to bed to be ready for all the activities to come.
Friday Morning after a lovely breakfast we assembled with jean Claude and Christine to walk to the Station and take a train and metro into Paris to Passy and the Musee du Vin in Rue d'eau ~(Water Street). After a very good guided tour of the caves we were treated to a lovely lunch and wines in this unique venue.
After lunch we proceeded to a guided tour of the surrounding area and the Bir Hikem Bridge where we saw many wedding couples having their photos done with the backdrop of the Eiffel tower which for the period of the Euro 2016 event has a large football wedged between its frame.
Following the tour of Paris we made our way back to our Hotel, in the evening some members ate in the hotel bar whilst others went out and discovered the lovely old port of Cergy and had an evening meal of Moules and Frites!
Saturday dawned bright and early and off we set in the cars for a trip to L'isle d'Adam for a lovely walk along the River Oise and the town and then to restaurant du plage for an excellent lunch and MORE wine! Following this we set off for the Musee du Naccre et Tablatierre ( Mother of Pearl and Dominoes and Buttons Museum). A guided tour in French showed us the artisan workshops where buttons are made from mother of pearl Shells, some of us bought lovely jewellery and other items from the shop.
IN the evening 2 minibuses ferried us to the sumptuous surroundings of a private Golf Club near Meulan, a previous convent the building was stunning and on arrival we received Champagne and canapés, various speeches were given by the Presidents of both clubs and poem in French was read by one of Meulan Clubs founding members.
Following this was an amazing display by a magician/ cocktail juggler which was very clever and baffled many. We then proceeded into dinner to be wined and dined with fine food and drink and excellent company and more magic. A disco was provided and many members showed their rarely seen talents on the dance floor.
We arrived back at the hotel at 2am! to be up again early the next morning to pack and check out then proceed to Meulan-Les Meureaux Rotary Meeting rooms for a brunch ably supplied by their Club. A bottle of champagne was presented to Jean Claude for all his hard work and scheduling. Following our goodbyes we all proceeded on our way back to the UK feeling we had been spoilt and savouring every memory of a brilliant weekend.



Another busy day at our Know Your Blood Pressure Day event where 100's took advantage of the free service.
This year again over 100 people took advantage of this free and valuable service provided by  Rotary Horsham with the help of the kind Drs, Nurses and First Responders,



The Rotary Club of Horsham runs all Rotary Youth Competitions as follows;- 

Young Chef, Youth Speaks, Young Musician, Young Writer, Young Photographer, and the Technology Competition with 4 local schools, Tanbridge House, Forest, Millais and Farlington Schools.


For the last three years we have had the Rotary Young Chef come from our District, and sponsored by our Club  this years winner being 15 year old Lewis  Wilson ( see Picture). We also sponsor special prizes at the 3 local state schools and help to finance some of the school overseas trips.


Under a world wide Rotary Literacy Programme we provide `Dictionary`s for Life` to a different local Primary school each year in the Horsham District.

Once a year we take a number of Special Needs children from the QE School in Horsham to Chessington World of Adventures as part of the Rotary Kids Out national programme.


At Millais School we have started the first Rotary Interact Club in the Horsham area.


This coming year 20145/2016 we plan to extend our services to reach students in the 16 to 20 years of age.


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