Latest News Items in 2019

Father Christmas at Tesco Collection 2019

Father Christmas at Tesco

Father Christmas at Tesco

On Saturday and Sunday 14th and 15th and the weekends of 21st. 22nd and 23rd, Hornsea Rotary members were at Tesco with their friend Father Christmas handing festive stickers to children. All were encouraged to along with your own smartphone and take a photo of their child or themselves with the great man. Donations collected are to be spent on local good causes.


Donation to Hornsea Air Cadets

Hornsea Air Cadets










President Dave hands over a cheque of £250 to their treasurer Angela Cartwright in support of Hornsea Air Cadets in November 2019.









Newspaper clipping from The Gazette with the news about 35 boxes of baby knitted goods to Africa


Hornsea Club Rotarian ran Chicago marathon

Hon Rtn Denys Fell and Mary in Chicago


Honorary member Denys Fell and his wife Mary paid a visit to Chicago, Illinois , the original birth place of the Rotary Club set up by Paul Harris.
Denys ran in the Chicago marathon on 13th October.

The photo shows some of the members of Rotary Club of Chicago swapping club pennants. From left to right – Denys Fell, David, Kay, Cheng and Mary


Last night of the Proms 21 September 2019

Last Night of Proms 2019An annual event of "Last Night of the Proms" took place at the Floral Hall on Saturday, 21st September.
It was a sell out and everyone enjoyed the night with music provided by the Humberside Police Concert Band conducted by Mr Brent Read. Police Officer Soprano, Janet Bates sang "Love Changes Everything"and the  "Rule Britannia" with music director Brent Read.
Hornsea Floral Hall was packed with revellers on the night and everyone had a wonderful time!

The event also included a short commemorative service to mark 80 years since the beginning of World War II on September 1 and 70th Anniversary of the Battle of Arnhem. Click and see the photo


Hornsea Inshore Rescue presentation with cheque


Rotary Club contribution of £2000 to Hornsea Inshore Rescue

Hornsea Inshore Rescue was presented with a cheque of £2000 from the Rotary Club Hornsea & East Riding on 19 September 2019.
It was attended by Sue Hickson-Marsay, chairperson of Hornsea Inshore Rescue and voluntary members of the Rescue crew with Rotary past-president Kim Pugh and Secretary Keith Twigg.
The money had been raised through numerous fundraising functions including the Last night of the Proms, Father Christmas at Tesco and raffles during club meetings of last year.


24th Am-Am Annual Golf Tournament 2019

Held at Hainsworth Park Golf Club, Brandesburton)

Getting ready to Tee-Off

Raffle Prizes

An annual Rotary Charity Am-Am Golf tournament raised 2,600 which was shared between The Rotary Clubs of Hornsea & East Riding and Holderness who were the joint organisers of the event.
34 teams took part and the winning team was from Bedale Golf Club and the runners up was from Premier Site Services.


Humber Maritime Sub District Quiz ( extracted from District 1040 newsletter)

The final of the Quiz was held at the Village Hotel, Hessle

Final Teams from Maritime Sub-District

Winning team

The contest was between South Cave and Wolds Rotary Club and the Hornsea and East Riding Rotary Club.
South Cave won the score being 35 to 31
The trophy was presented by DG Nigel


New member 2019, Alan Wilkinson


President-elect Dave Lee inducts new member, Alan Wilkinson from Skirlaugh

President Dave said “by joining our club today, you become part of a world-wide organisation of business and professional leaders who are united in fellowship to provide humanitarian service, to encourage high ethical standards in all vocations and to create goodwill and achieve peace throughout the world. It is with pleasure that I now extend to you the hand of Rotary fellowship and give you a hearty welcome as a member of the Rotary Club of Hornsea and East Riding.”


Annual Hike 2019The Gazette, 17Jan 2019

This newspaper cutting was from "The Gazette" on 17th January 2019


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