Storrington community Village Day was set for 27 June 2020.
Regrettably, due to Coronavirus concerns, this year’s Village Day has been cancelled
This free annual event is led by The Rotary Club of Storrington & Pulborough District with strong support from Storrington & Sullington Parish Council and local community clubs and groups. All proceeds from the event are used to support many village activities for young people.
Local young people benefit from 2019 Storrington Village Day
Cheque donations totalling £4,250 have been awarded to a number of local organisations in the community following the very successful Storrington Village Day event in June 2019.
Last year’s Village Day Committee Chairman, Tony Vaughan, takes the opportunity to say thank you to the recipient organisations and their leaders, many of whom are volunteers, for the work they do with young people in the community. “We were delighted to see the successful revival of Storrington Village Day and it is great to see money raised at this very popular community event going straight back into supporting our young people in Storrington.”
Tony also thanks the event organisers and sponsors whose help in various ways enables the committee to invest in the event’s attractions.
For further information contact: Mark Foss at firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone Home: 01798 812380 Mobile: 0238064471
The following young people’s groups received donations
|Sandra Wilson Dance School The School always performs at Village Days. There are children who would like to join the school but do not have funds to do so. This donation funds one child for a year.||
|Storrington Primary School Some of the schoolchildren take part in Village Day. The Headmistress has requested a lap-top computer to set up a computerised school library loan system.||
|1st Sullington & Storrington Scouts There are total of 170 explorers, scouts, cubs, beavers with 25 leaders. 60 are on their waiting list. They are expanding and modernising their facilities to keep up with demand and new regulations. First phase is approx £15,000 with about half raised so far.||
|2nd Storrington Guides This gift will fund a coach trip day out.||
|1st Storrington Rainbows & 2nd Storrington Brownies This Donation will go towards a coach trip.||
|1st Sullington Brownies Donation will go to a coach trip/ferry to Brownsea Island for next summer’s camp in the New Forest.||
|2464 (Storrington) Squadron ATC – ATC provided help with car parking at Village Day. The donation will go towards the purchase of a minibus. Estimated cost £10,000 of which £5,000 is already raised.||
|Maxwell Smith Maxwell is a 7 year old child who lives in Thakeham and suffers from mitochondrial depletion syndrome, requiring 24 hour care. His father arranged a stall at SVD for their charity ‘our maxwell’.||
We are grateful to last year’s sponsors for their support in making this community event and these donations possible
FOWLERS ESTATE AGENTS – STORRINGTON & SULLINGTON PARISH COUNCIL – WAITROSE – LIGHTWEIGHT HIRE – TESLA ENGINEERING – IMPULSE LEISURE – CARTERS DOMESTIC APPLIANCES – CROSSWAYS VETERINARY GROUP – MILLWOOD DESIGNER HOMES – ANDERSON ROWNTREE SOLICITORS – RHINO RENTAL – MAYO WYNNE BAXTER SOLICITORS – HYDRO-POWER UK – THAKEHAM TILES
Photos: Cheque presentations to beneficiaries listed above by Rotarians Tony Vaughan and Ken Collins (to Sandra Wilson Dance School)