Burgess Hill Youth formally Burgess Hill Boys Club celebrated it’s 60th Anniversary with a cake cut by Tony Parris representing Burgess Hill District Lions who have supported the Club form it’s beginning and the current Chairman, Jackie Cooper.
The Club is open on Monday 7 – 8.30 pm for those in secondary school and on Wednesday 6.30 -8 pm for children aged 8 to the end of school year 6.
Charlotte Curran and Libby Thomas were presented with Lions Young Leader in Service certificates for completing between 50-100 volunteer hours during the year at Burgess Hill Youth. Both girls volunteer at the Junior Youth Club organising and running activities for young members.
From Left to Right – Steve Willis Burgess Hill Youth Patron, Charlotte Curran, Libby Thomas, Tony Parris Burgess Hill District Lions Club
Burgess Hill Youth Young Carers, with the support of the Town Council, have enjoyed two activities this week. On Monday, 11 visited Fishers Farm for a full day to include fun rides, visit around the farm and the infamous Big Drop. On Tuesday 26 visited the Clip and Climb activity at the Triangle to reach new heights of fun! Pictures are below.
Easter Eggs were generously provided by Radmalls Funeral Services. Thanks also to Woodlands Meeds College for the use of the minibus.
For details on future young carer activities please contact Jennifer at the Town Council on 01444 238207 (9-3 daily).
Burgess Hill Youth took 20 Young Carers to Burgess Hill Theatre to see Robin Hood and Babes in the Wood. The tickets were kindly purchased by Burgess Hill District Lions Club and Burgess Hill & District Rotary Club. Chocolates were kindly provided by CT Radmalls Funeral Directors. The event was supported by the Town Council.
For details on future Young Carers events please contact Jennifer:- email@example.com.
The Management Committee of Burgess Hill Youth are pleased to be able to share this tribute to Paul Myles which appears on the Middy website.
Paul spent thirty years volunteering at Burgess Hill Youth formally Burgess Hill Boys Club and will be greatly missed by many people both old and young and he leaves a huge gap in the community and our hearts.
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Over the last couple of months Mid Sussex District Council have been changing the changing room facilities on Fairfield Recreational Ground, these can be found next to Fairfield Community Centre (The home of Burgess Hill Youth).
Here are some pictures of the new ones being put into place
The Chicory Tip Fundraising Event was Burgess Hill Youth’s biggest fundraising event of the year and took place on Saturday 3 February at Martlets Hall, Burgess Hill. The event was supported by Burgess Hill District Lions Club and sponsored by Steve Willis Training
Burgess Hill Youth raised the following:
· £325 in the raffle
· £175 on the auction of the Porsche car for the day
· plus £1040 entrance fees.
This amounts to an amazing total of £1540. All contributions made will positively impact our fund raising efforts and help to provide additional income for the up keep of our community facility and support the youth work we deliver throughout the year. In the past these funds have been used to replace computer equipment, provide play equipment, a contribution to activities programmes for members of the club and many other projects.
A big THANK YOU! to Burgess Hill District Lions, particularly Tony Parris, for organising this event and to our patron Steve Willis for his ongoing support of the club.
Members of Burgess Hill Youth staff team were warmly welcomed by Tiffany Wade at the Porsche Centre, the visit enabled them to personally express sincere thanks to the team there, for the generous gift they provided for the auction conducted by Steve Willis Training team on behalf of the club at their apprentice graduation evening.
Whilst there the opportunity was taken by the Burgess Hill Youth volunteers to pose and have their picture taken with a rather expensive Porsche 918 Spyder.
Tiffany Wade, Marketing Manager at Porsche Centre Mid-Sussex commented: “On 27th November we were delighted to support engineer training facility, Steve Willis Training Centres Limited, by supplying a Porsche for the Weekend in their charity fundraiser at the centres annual graduation ceremony. The money raised will go to the local Burgess Hill Youth group, which provides a range of activities for the town’s children. This is an incredibly important resource and we feel strongly about supporting our local community projects”.
Paul Myles club secretary commented that without the continued support of local companies, Steve Willis Training and the Porsche Centre Mid Sussex and also local Charitable organisations such as the Burgess Hill District Lions Club we could not continue to provide recreational opportunities for young people in our community.
Burgess Hill Youth recently received a donation from Waitrose, as part of their monthly Community Matters “green chips” scheme.
Club Chairman, Tony Parris said, “Thank you so much to Waitrose and to the local community for supporting the scheme. As this was our first time of being chosen we did not know what to expect so it was a nice surprise to receive a cheque for £439 and this money will be used to present events during the school holidays for local children.”
Pictured are Waitrose’s Gillian Richardson, Personnel Manager, and Christine Howell, co-ordinator of the scheme, together with Tony Parris and Paul Myles, Club Chairman and Secretary.