Eastbourne Sovereign Club
We meet on the 3rd Tuesday of the month (not August) at 6.30 for 7pm at Chalk Farm Hotel, Coopers Hill, Willingdon, East Sussex, BN20 9JD
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Club Officers for 2020 to 2021
Mrs Judith Cooper
Mrs Pam Wood
|Mrs Margaret Field||Secretary|
|Mrs Joyce Taylor
|Mrs Val Procter
||International Service Organiser|
|Mrs June Christophi
|Mrs Judith Cooper
2020 - 2021 Programme
Due to the Covid pandemic, our meetings are all on Zoom at the moment.
In the gruelling heat, we, as in 8 Ladies and 5 Gentlemen, attempted to do our Inner Wheel 88 Challenge...a walk for 88 mins on the 8th of the 8th month... In Aid of Air Ambulance Kent, Surrey and Sussex.
As we began with that slight sea breeze and everyone raring to go
Get set … and away!
Sadly the breeze stopped and so did we. Just discussing, should we surrender and turn back??
After a quick refreshment break, time to decide!
Enough is enough!
Whew! We are hot and exhausted and yes, it was enough!
The last few joined us!
Time to say Goodbye, until another day when we will finish that challenge!
|Here we go again! The second attempt! And we're off!|
|Best foot forward!||We are taking Beppo with us for a ride!||Setting a good pace!|
|Letting some stragglers catch up!||Judith on her scooter setting a good pace||The end is in sight!|
|At last the fish and chips!||Some are still waiting to be served!||Now we are all served! Enjoy!|
Beppo on his Travels
International Club Officer
Val with our Shoe Boxes
2019/2020 Presidents Pam and Judith
Day out at Arundel Festival of flowers
New Members Jaine, Pat and Francine
Inner Wheel PromotionAshburnham Cream Tea
Past and Present Presidents at Interclub
Tuesday 15th January 2019
District Chairman Joan Styles Visit
Thursday 10th January 2019
International Inner Wheel Day
Tuesday 18th December 2018
at Chalk Farm Hotel
It was also Francine's Birthday
Sunday 16th December 2018
Pre-Christmas Drinks and Mince Pies
at Joint President Hayzen's House
Tuesday 20th November 2018
Frederick Smith from Dementia Action Alliance Accepting our cheque for £1500 from Freda.
Fred had given us a very informative and interesting talk on Dementia. His wife had suffered from it and having looked after her for many years, he could speak from first hand experience. He told us not only about the difficult times but also the fun and funny times... it was very obvious that Fred loved his wife very much right up to her sad passing.
Twiddle Muffs knitted and
stitched by members
President Pam inducting New Member
International Rally 7th November 2018
Great Day had by Pat, Judith, Val, Margaret, Joyce and Pam at the International Rally with our Tombola. A lot of hard work beforehand but well worth it all on the day.. Well done to Val for the organisation of it, Well done to those that packed and wrapped and Well done to all her helpers on the day.
16th October 2018
Club Members with their Knitted Poppies for WW1 Memorial Day
Friday 21st September 2018 International
Planting a Rose
Inner Wheel friends planting a Peace Rose to commemorate the end of World War 1 in 1918
June Christophi making a tandem skydive in aid of Alzheimer's Research UK.
June 9th 2018
Our Swedish Visitors
Two members of Eastbourne Sovereign I.W. Club Judith Cooper and Una Genty, hosted three Members of the Swedish Inner Wheel Club of Nyropin-Oxelosund at the beginning of June.
The ladies, Gunilla, Siv and Kerstin were shown around Alfriston, a lovely old Sussex village, and together with other Members of Eastbourne Sovereign, enjoyed a cream tea in one of the gardens.
That evening they were hosted by Judith for a meal at her home.
The following day they visited Fairlight Glen, for lunch, followed by tea in the garden at PDC Liz Jackson's home.
In the evening a superb buffet dinner was provided in the garden and home of one of our members Hayzen Elphick.
On Thursday lunch was enjoyed at Chartwell, the home of Winston Churchill, followed by a delicious dinner at The Rare Breeds Centre, Tenterden, before returning to London on Friday We enjoyed being with our visitors very much and were sad to see them leave.