Clubs and Societies
Adur Valley Fine Arts SocietySecond Monday of every month
2:30pm - 4:00pm
The Henfield Hall, Coopers Way, Henfield, BN5 9DB.
Adur Valley Fine Arts Society is your local N.A.D.F.A.S. society. We meet on the 2nd Monday of each month, except in July & August, at 2.30 p.m. in the Henfield Hall, for lectures on many diverse and interesting topics. Our programme can be viewed on our website at adurvalley.org.uk.
For further details on how to join, please see our website, or telephone 01273 494945. Guests are welcome, accompanied by a member, at a cost of £5 per lecture.
Chanctonbury QuiltersWe meet on the second Thursday of the month, except August in the Methodist Church Hall, High Street, Steyning - 19.30 - 21.30. Friendly group who love patchwork and quilting. Programme includes talks, visits and a variety of sewing activities. Visitors welcome. Contact: 01903 812171.
Steyning & Henfield Rotary ClubEvery Thursday – 20:00 – 22:00
Castle Inn Hotel, The Street, Bramber, Steyning
Helping in the community. We welcome men and women to join us. Rotary offers:
FELLOWSHIP. Rotary is a convivial organisation combining business and social events. It gives opportunities to meet like-minded people, to become more involved in local activities and to learn more about what is going on. The social activities give the opportunity to involve Partners.
DIVERSITY. Rotary is probably the most diverse organisation in the world. It has no religious, political, social, national or ethnic boundaries. Rotary's interests embrace the whole spectrum of Society on a global basis, ranging from the young to the elderly, and all who are disadvantaged to some extent, either by personal circumstances or disasters, natural or man made.
GIVING BACK. Rotary is the environment for giving back to the community at large, either financially or by personal effort, encapsulated in "Service above Self".
We have a busy programme with interesting speakers and many social activities.
For more information please contact Denis Cummings 01903.814017 and Dr John Dibb 01903.817151
Steyning Art GroupEvery Tuesday - 9:30 - 12.30
Catholic Church Hall - Penlands
The Steyning Art group has been running for ten years. We are a small group of all ages, and pride ourselves, on a high standard of work. Members are encouraged to be committed to self development and support other artists in the group.
Members are expected to contribute to the groups art exhibitions. During the summer months we go out painting to various locations. Contact Patricia on 01903 815096
Steyning BellringersThursdays - 20.00 to 21.15
St Andrew & St Cuthman Church.
Call Kathy or David for more information: 01903 813653
Steyning Bridge ClubPenfold Hall, Church Street, Steyning
Every Monday 19.00 except Bank Holidays.
Very friendly group of Bridge players who meet weekly.
Membership: ￡5 annual fee. Table money: Members ￡2-50, Visitors ￡3. Car Parking: Readily available nearby.
Contact Howard Da Vall - T: 01903 814726
Steyning Camera ClubSteyning Camera Club, established in 1972, is one of the most lively, friendly and successful photographic clubs in the south of England. Photographers of all interests and abilities are welcomed.
Activities include presentations, competitions, and workshops. Members also enjoy a variety of group trips to places of interest or special events, and can contribute to Club exhibitions in the area. Visitors to the Club are welcome to attend selected talks for a nominal entrance fee.
The Club meets at The Village Hall, High Street, Upper Beeding, BN44 3WN.
Regular meetings are on Monday evenings, starting at 7.30pm, from September through to May, and on alternate Tuesday mornings the ‘Coffee Club’ meets at various locations.
Steyning & District Flower ClubThe Steyning Centre, Fletchers Croft, Steyning, 19.30
Fourth Wednesday of the month.
Val Hodges Telephone: 01903 815803
Steyning Downland Women's InstituteThe Steyning Centre.
We meet on the third Monday of the month at 14.30
For more information please call: 01903 812570
Steyning Drama ClubWe meet and rehearse at Penfold Hall, Church Street, Steyning, on Tuesday’s 19:00 – 21:00.
Non-members over the age of 18 are welcome to join us from 21:15 onwards.
There are many opportunities to be involved in, both on and off stage.
We have an event in May and two productions planned this year, in June and November.
For further information please contact 07905 451684 or visit us on Facebook.
Steyning History SocietyThe Steyning Centre
2nd Wednesday of the month from September to May at 19:30 - 21:30
Contact: Pat Blackie (Secretary) 01903 812283
Ian Ivatt (Chairman) - email@example.com
Membership £10 per annum. Visitors £3 per meeting.
Programme - 2018:
9 May 2018 Annual General Meeting followed by: Ian Friel ”Lost Ships Found- Maritime Detective Stories”
Steyning Horticultural SocietyT: 01903 814049 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Steyning MuseumSteyning Museum Opening Times:
Tuesday, Wed & Fri: 10:30 – 12:30; 14:30 – 16:00 (winter) 16:30 (summer)
Saturday: 10:30 – 16:00 (winter) 16:30 (summer)
Sunday: 14:30 – 16:00 (winter) 16:30 (summer)
T: 01903 813333
Steyning HF RamblersSteyning HF Ramblers has a programme of mainly weekend walks in East and West
Sussex of around 4-8 miles. For more information, ring the Secretary, Jo
Fowler, on 01903 813460.
Sugar and Spice Sugar Craft ClubFourth Thursday monthly
19:00 – 21:30/45
Washington Village Hall, School Hill, Washington
We are a new club in the area for anyone that would like to learn many aspects of sugar craft, from flower making, modelling, piping and many more ways with sugar.
We hope to make it a fun evening with demonstrators at some meetings and other meetings you will be able to join in and make something. The club is for you and what you want out of it. Annual fee ￡20, ￡3 on the door.
We hope to continue having lots of fun so please come along and join us. Contact details are Sue Rudge 01903 695700 or e-mail email@example.com
The Arts Society SteyningThe Arts Society Steyning meets at The Steyning Centre on the morning of the second Monday of each month where talks are given by highly qualified and experienced lecturers who have been selected by The Arts Society nationally as experts in their field.
Talks cover the entire range of artistic endeavours including diverse topics such as painting, architecture, ceramics, drama, furniture, jewellery, literature, music and photography.
We also organise several visits each year to places of interest, some of which relate to a talk.
Annual membership costs £40 although guests are also very welcome with a donation of £5.
For details of all our activities visit www.theartssocietysteyning.org.uk or call 01903 812752
Vintage Years ClubFirst Friday of Every Month
13.45 - 16.00 Steyning Centre - Fletchers Croft
Vintage Years Club meets the first Friday of every month at the Steyning Centre. There is varied entertainment - anything from serious talks to pop groups. There is always tea and coffee (occasionally something stronger), biscuits and a raffle. Our Outings are organised at or below cost price and are run once a month some full days some half days. Everyone is made very welcome.
For further details contact Beverly Francis-Hills 01273 493894, mobile 07801 442891
West Chiltington Bridge ClubEvery Wednesday - 14:00 - 17:00
Church Hall, Church Street, West Chiltington
West Chiltington Bridge Club, playing ' Chicago'
No regular partner required. ￡2. playing fee to include Tea / Coffee. First visit free!
Come and try your Bridge with us, You will be most welcome.
Contacts: Clive on 01903 742674 or Don on 01798 813626
West Sussex Decorative and Fine Arts SocietyMeetings are held on the first Tuesday of the month.
Fittleworth Village Hall, School Lane at 14:00. Doors open at 13.:40pm.
Coffees and teas are served after the lecture.
For membership details contact Jackie Buckler on 01903 411086 or firstname.lastname@example.org Visitors welcome for £5.
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