October 23rd, 2019.

Members and guests of The Royal Society of St. George - Seahaven Branch graced Deans Place Hotel at Alfriston on Monday night, to commemorate the Battle of Trafalgar. It turned out to be a very good night, with the response to the Chairman's welcome being given on behalf of the guests by Victoria Hancock, East Sussex High Sheriff.

The Immortal Memory of Nelson was delivered by branch member, Harry Summerton, a former RN Officer. Harry served his time mainly in Submarines, but ended his career as a Regulating Officer.

Another successful raffle boosted the funds and chairman, Bob Peedle MBE, was able to announce that two gifts are being presented. The first of commemoraive wrist bands to the Children of Denton School, who celebrated the golden anniversary of the School. The second gift was for new business cards for the Chiildren with Cancer Fund, based in Polegate.

Bob also reminded everyone that the branch has its 10th anniversary on the 1st of January 2020 and plans are under way to make the January lunch a special one.

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