Latest News Items in 2018

Rotary Club supports 'Tour de Yorkshire

Club members

Thursday 3rd May: Spectators and Rotarians from the Rotary club cheering on the way through Hatfield village in front of Densholme Farm and Wrygarth Inn.


Hornsea One Third Marathon 2018Hornsea marathon2018

More than £4000 was raised for the charity in this year's marathon at Great Hatfield village.The race was started by 42 year old Motor Neurone disease sufferer, Jason Liversidge.
418 people took part at the Marathon as this was one of the most popular and exciting events in the Holderness of East Riding.
Phill Taylor of Bridlington Road Runners Club (time = 47:52) and Susan Lewis of Roundhay Runners Club (time = 53:46) for first places in male and female, respectively


Club meeting on 29 January 2018


Annual Hornsea and East Riding Hike 2018Hornsea Hike2013

Hornsea & East Riding Rotary club had a successful 19th Annual New Year hike on Sunday, 7th January. There were 50 walkers and around 20 dogs taking part. The participants had a good dry and sunny day as they took the eight mile cicular walk staring from Densholme Farm in Great Hatfield.
Four Newfoundland dogs and two irish Water Spaniels from Welton Water Adventure Centre Canine International (WWACCI), who were trained for rescue work were the new dogs participants this year.
At the end of the walk, refreshments of homemade soup, bacon sandwishes, cakes, tea and coffee were provided and enjoyed by all.
Organiser Rtn Paul Train thanked the team of Rotarians and all friends and relatives who assisted with the event, and most of all, Denys Fell of Densholme Farm for allowing to use his facilities. The event raised a net total of £410 which will go into club funds to assist charities an other good causes in our area.


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