Fundraising News

Arun Gay Society raise £600 for two charities

Besi Besemar October 23, 2016

The Arun Gay Society (TAGS) raise £300 each for Air Ambulance charity and the Sussex Beacon.


TAGS secretary Maureen Carter and Peter Saggs the social secretary presented a cheque for £300 to paramedic Caroline Rose, doctor Joanna Oakshott and pilot Kevin Goddard from the Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance services. A cheque for a further £300 was donated to the Sussex Beacon.

The money was raised from various TAGS events held during the year.

The Arun Gay Society (TAGS) was formed in 1982 out of the local branch of CHE (Campaign for Homosexual Equality), which had been meeting in Littlehampton since December 1974.

TAGS operates primarily as a social group for the LGBT communities in the southern part of West Sussex, but members come from much further afield.

They welcome men and women of all ages who can subscribe to their aims and pay a modest annual membership fee.

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