Sussex

Sussex Chairman

Bob Rogers

Honorary President

Mike Cleary

Since the Committee was established in 2006 we have raised more than £400,000 and funded 21 projects which help disadvantaged children and young people. We are grateful for the strong support we receive from the local Rugby and Sporting community and from our Corporate Sponsors.

Sussex Corporate Sponsors

Coole-Bevis LLP

Coole-Bevis LLP logo - Sussex sponsor

Graves Son & Pilcher LLP

Graves Son & Pilcher logo - Sussex sponsor

My Active Discounts

MyActiveDiscounts logo - Sussex sponsor

My Active Discounts is the latest service from Incorpore, where you can save money on health, wellbeing and active lifestyles. Make great savings on activity trackers, mini breaks, nutrition, gym equipment, big sports brands and much more! To find out more click on the logo and use reference code “WoodenSpoon”.

Skerritts Consultants Ltd

Skerritts Consultants Ltd logo - Sussex sponsor

Southover Food Company

Southover Food Company logo - Sussex sponsor

Tasker Catchpole

Tasker Catchpole logo - Sussex sponsor

At the heart of the Sussex construction industry since 1949, we specialise in large-scale commercial and residential projects.

UHY Hacker Young

UHY Hacker Young logo - Sussex sponsor

Wooden Spoon Sussex has funded a wide range of projects from sensory rooms to outdoor learning areas to hydrotherapy pools. Click Region projects for Sussex to read more.

At a specially arranged ceremony at Sussex Yacht Club on Saturday July 18th 2015 Wooden Spoon Sussex presented a new sailing dinghy worth £12,000 to Sussex Sailability. The dinghy which is specially modified for disabled sailors was formally launched by local rugby star, Arctic Rugby Team Captain and Wooden Spoon Ambassador Ollie Phillips.

Andy Gomarsall MBE opened the new Sensory Garden at Woodlands Meed School in Burgess Hill, West Sussex. The school benefitted from a donation of £8,500 from Wooden Spoon Sussex to be spent on their new sensory garden. Woodlands Meed School is a special school for pupils aged 3-19 years, that caters for children who suffer from severe, multiple and profound learning difficulties.