Book BreakFirst Monday of every month
10:30am - 11:30am
Steyning Library, Church Street, Steyning
Come and drop in to our Book Break session for a cup of tea or coffee and a chat about books. No need to book, come and join us
Cheqoutz Cribbage TeamEvery Thursday
20:00 - 23:00pm
Based at Steyning Cricket Club
Our crib team is part of the Steyning and District Cribbage League and we have our home matches at the Steyning Cricket Club.
The crib season runs from early October to May the next year and the venues for our away matches take us to Shoreham, Lancing, Sompting and Storrington. We are keen to welcome new members and there is no restriction as to age or experience.
Please contact Bill on 01903 815471 or Dee on 07963 367768
Get Waisted Open EveningsFourth Thursday of every month
17:00 - 20:00pm
94 High Street, Steyning (above Vintage & Home)
On the last Thursday of each month (commencing August 28 2014)
Toni Pickles of Get Waisted will be hosting an open evening at the Get Waisted studio.
Come along - and if you would like to guarantee a personal appointment to discuss your garment - book an appointment. ALL FREE...see you there.
Facebook: getwaistedbespoke twitter: @getwaisted2014
Knit and NatterSteyning Library 14.00 to 16.00
Last Wednesday of every month.
Is for anyone, any age, who enjoys knitting, sewing, cross stitching etc., chatting, meeting new people and having a cup of tea.
Call: 01903 812751 for more information.
SingabilityWe meet on the second Monday of the month at 11:00 until midday at The Hub, Upper Beeding.
We would love you to come and join us and find your voice through singing.
The emphasis is on fun with hopefully benefitting your communication and confidence “after surviving a stroke or brain injury”. First session is free, £2 thereafter.
Please drop in or contact me T: 07845 546365, E: email@example.com
SGS 400 Heritage Quilted Panels School and Community GroupFor information please contact the project manager
Amanda Duke: Aduke@sgs.uk.net
Steyning & District Good Neighbours AssociationWe are a local voluntary association serving the area of Steyning and the surrounding villages.
Anyone, of any age, can use our service, which is mainly the provision of a car to take someone for their medical appointment, e.g. the Health Centre, Hospital, dentist, optician etc. if they have no other means of transport and can't get there under their own steam.
If you would like to know more either about volunteering, or to book a lift please telephone us: 01903 816181
Steyning Downland Scheme Group - Bird Surveying on the DownsMeets: The Horseshoe and Rifle Range, Mouse Lane, Steyning, BN44 3LQ
When: 2nd Sunday of the month shortly before sunrise.
Actual time is agreed by email about one week before.
Contact: Bob Platt: 01903 812404 / 07876 36 5715 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Friends of Steyning Downland Scheme
Become a friend and for just £2 a month, help support our conservation work on the Steyning Downland.
Steyning Ecumenical Lunch ClubAt Steyning Methodist Church on the 2nd Monday in each month
The Lunch Club provides companionship, support and a relaxed, friendly place for people to meet, have a meal and chat. It is a joint initiative between the Methodist Church, St Andrews and Christ the King, and is run entirely by volunteer cooks and helpers from the churches and the community. There is a small charge for lunch, and transport can be provided if needed. If you would like to attend or know someone who would, or you are interested in helping at the Club, please contact one of the Church representatives: Lilian (01903 814094), June (01903 816232) or Rosemary (01903 812500).
Steyning Greening CampaignFriendly local group promoting green issues & tackling climate change.
Meet for 'Green Drinks’ talks last Weds of most months at Steyning Cricket Club.
Geoff Barnard 01903 813232 www.1010steyning.org
Special Task ForceFirst and third Saturday of the month.
Excursions to the cinema, theatre and places of interest, often with a meal together.
Call: 01903 765340 or 01798 812265
Steyning & District U3AOffers a wide range of learning and leisure groups for people no longer in full time employment.
Our groups are informal and include Art & Crafts, Games, Languages, Current Affairs, The Arts, Active Pursuits, History and Technology.
So there is something for all tastes!
We also have social events, occasional talks or visits to places of interest and produce a quarterly Newsletter. With an annual subscription of just £12, what's stopping you from finding out more.
Steyning in BloomWe now send out a newsletter giving details of our news - of plans, projects, garden competitions and other events.
If you would like to join the mailing list, or help in any way, contact Elisabeth Harden: 01903 812317.
Steyning Library Book GroupFirst Wednesday of every month at the Steyning Library.
We read one book a month and meet to discuss the book. The books are sourced through the library and the membership fee for 2015 is £2.50. Please contact 01903 270330 for more information.
Steyning Probus ClubMeets first Monday of every month
Steyning Centre, Fletchers Croft, Steyning.
Probus Club was established in 1989 and is a social club for semi-retired and retired men with professional and business background.
We meet for a two-course lunch in a convivial and relaxed atmosphere concluding with a presentation from a guest speaker. There are many varied social gatherings and visits. Our social events include our wives/partners. A number of these are held fairly locally which include two special luncheons for our ladies, one in July and the other at Christmas.
Details of membership telephone Gerry Kirsch 07733435662
The Steyning Downland Young People's Sunday Conservation GroupFor Steyning Grammar School students
Meets: Last Sunday of every month, 9.30 to 14.30
Contact: Christine Humphreys: 07791 437790 or email@example.com
The Steyning Downland Conservation Volunteers10:00 – 15:00
First Wednesday and third Saturday of every month.
Steyning Rifle Range, Coombe and Pepperscoombe
Steyning Downland Scheme Conservation Volunteers meet a practical, fun day out doors looking after our local downs. Wear sturdy shoes and outdoor clothing, and bring a packed lunch.
For more details contact Sarah Quantrill.
Time Travellers CaféThe Hub, Beeding, 19 Church Lane, Upper Beeding, Steyning, West Sussex, BN443HP
Meets every first Thursday of the month. The Café will be open between 12:30pm - 14:30pm.
A full list of activities will be developed throughout the year. All are welcome to drop in and join us.
The Hub Café menu will be available and in addition we will be offering a light lunch - a choice of two soups with a roll at £2.25. The Hub map and café menu can be found on our website.
The local Alzheimer’s Society has been actively involved in setting the café up, and we encourage visits by professionals from other agencies that can offer support to those that drop in.
For more information please come along to the café, or get in touch with Debbie 07769664375 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteering in the Horsham DistrictThe Octagon, Chart Way, Horsham, 9.30 to 14.30
T: 01403 273985
Young People's Sunday Conservation Group9.30 to 14.30
Last Sunday of every month
For Steyning Grammar School students.
Contact Christine Humphreys for more details: 07791 437790Back to all clubs