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Established 1962


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Burgess Hill, Haywards Heath & District Round Table 779

Area 2 (Sussex)

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Burgess Hill, Hassocks & District Round Table was originally formed in 1962; spawned from Haywards Heath Round Table (No 95) and with whom it was merged in 1998 to form Burgess Hill, Haywards Heath & District Round Table. 
As our name suggests, this Round Table covers a large area in the neighbourhood of both Burgess Hill and Haywards Heath. This includes Hassocks, Hurstpierpoint and Twineham in the south, through to Lindfield, Ardingly, West Hoathly and Horsted Keynes in the north. We are part of a much bigger organisation which has Round Tables situated throughout the whole of the United Kingdom and all over the world. 

So who are we? We are a club of young men who share the desire to do more, both on a social and charitable, community minded basis. As such, it provides a means for sharing new experiences trying new activities, meeting new people and helping in the local community

What sort of things do we get involved with locally? We organise the Burgess Hill Bike Ride, which has generated over 11,000 in the last two years. We also organise a local Christmas collection throughout December, which has raised over 5,000 in the last two years. The monies raised from these events are then distributed to numerous local charities and worthy causes. We held a very successful Bone Marrow Clinic to find new donors for the Anthony Nolan Bone Marrow Trust. We also  organise an annual Senior Citizens Party. These are just some examples of how we help our local community

Next BIG Event

   Burgess Hill

     Bike Ride



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Notable dates for your Diary

16 May Meeting - Birch Hotel
9 June Burgess Hill Bike Ride
20 June Blacklands Farm
6 July Brighton Sewers Tour
13 July St Lawrence Fayre
18 July Learn to Sail
10 Aug Opera - Borde Hill



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Page maintained by Andrew Denley Last updated 16 May 2002