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January 17th, 2020.

On the 1st of January the Seahaven Branch of The Royal Society of St George had its 10th birthday, having been formed on the 1st of January 2010.

Members celebrated with a special lunch on Thursday the 16th of January at the Seaford Golf Club. Present were Peter Field, Lord Lieutenant for East Sussex, Joanna Cadman Chairman of The Royal Society of St George, Wing Commander Helene Gould, Commanding Officer of the Sussex Wing of the RAF Cadets (ATC) and the Mayors of Peacehaven, Seaford and Telscombe. 50 members and friends lunched and a great time was had by all.

Speeches by the Lord Lieutenant and the Chairman RSSG were most encouraging and enjoyed by everyone.

A raffle was held which raised £220 for funds and this was supplemented by the auction of a special bottle of English Whisky from the St George's Distillery in Norfolk. This, with a reserve price of £100 was presented by branch member Alan Latham who had the bottle specially engraved to commemorate the event along with an RSSG branch logo. It raised a further £130.

A special birthday cake was provided by branch member Mark Brown, and this was cut by the Lord Lieutenant and the Chairman RSSG.

Chairman Bob Peedle MBE circulated the list of 40 local worthwhile projects and charities that had received 66 gifts and donations since the branch's formation ten years ago.

Pictured:VIPs and Committee members at the Tenth Anniversary lunch for the Seahaven Branch held at Seaford Golf Club.