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Cyclists and Public Rights of Way24th September 2018Some helpful information for users of Public Rights of Way.
Join us for Steyning's Big Picnic9th September 2018Everyone is invited to bring a picnic and a rug and join the Steyning Downland Scheme for a great afternoon of old fashioned family fun (and helping us raise a bit of money to do our wonderful wildlife wok too!).
A clean sweep for Steyning Camera Club3rd September 2018A very successful year for Steyning Camera club
BBC Young Musicians come to Steyning Music Society1st September 2018Saturday 15th September - 19:30 & Sunday 18th November - 15:00. For final two concerts of its 25th season Steyning Music Society is delighted and hugely honoured to bring to Steyning not one but two young artists who are making big names for themselves in the world of music
Steyning Community Plan: A Vision for the future1st September 2018Steyning Parish Council is pleased to announce that it is moving ahead with its new neighbourhood plan, known as the Steyning Community Plan.
Book Reviews: August 20181st September 2018As days start to shorten, time to tuck in to some reading...
Community Film Night: Screening: FINDING YOUR FEET1st September 2018Wednesday 5th September - 19:00 - 22:00 The Steyning Centre, Fletchers Croft, Steyning
September Garden Journal: Plant of The Month – Sedum Purple Emporer1st September 2018The low Autumn light creates great effects as the sun shines through the plants, creating silhouettes and shadows that are not seen any other time of the year.
Steyning Museum archives: Rogues and Ruffians1st September 2018Steyning has not been without its rogues and ruffians over the centuries.
Steyning in Bloom1st September 2018The town still looks wonderful. Residents have put a great deal of effort, creativity and enthusiasm into their gardens with some magnificent results.
Steyning bowls club help kangaroos.1st September 2018Based in Mid Sussex this charity offers fun disability clubs for children and young adults across eight different venues.
Strictly Vintage Diamond Dance1st September 2018On Saturday 29th September, local charity Age UK Horsham District will be holding a special Strictly Vintage Diamond Dance from 19:00 - 22:00 at The Drill Hall in Horsham.
Steyning Community Orchard News September 20181st September 2018Apple Day: 6th October. 13:00 - 16:00 - FREE.
Sompting Abbotts Preparatory School launches Scholarships & Bursaries Programme1st September 2018Is your child academic, musical, arty or sporty? Sompting Abbotts has announced a new scholarships programme to help bright pupils aged 5 - 13.
4th Annual Steyning Beer Festival1st September 201828th to 30th September 2018. Once again the Steyning Beer Festival, being part of the Steyning Food and Drink Festival, will be hosted by the Steyning Cricket Club and jointly organised by Adur and Riverside Breweries.
A Sunday Singing Treat in Steyning1st September 2018The Steyning Centre plays host to 3 great Acapella Choruses as they perform “Purely Acapella” on Sunday 16th September, starting at 16:00.
New 'Welcome' to Steyning'1st September 2018A group of volunteers from the Steyning & District Community Partnership are planning to transform the link from the Tanyard Lane car park (opposite the Health Centre) to the High Street.
Steyning Parish Council Community Film Night: Screening -DARKEST HOUR1st August 2018Wednesday 1st August - 19:00 - 22:00 The Steyning Centre, Fletchers Croft, Steyning
Steyning Museum Trust: The Sussex Produce Café Charity Dinner1st August 2018Thursday 23rd August - 19:00 - 22:00 Sussex Produce Company, 88 High Street, Steyning
Greening Steyning: Bramber Brooks Visit1st August 2018Wednesday 29th August - 18:30 - 20:30
West Sussex Archives Society: Five speakers on aspects of Steyning history1st August 2018Five speakers on aspects of Steyning history Peter Crowhurst, Dr Janet Pennington, David Randall, Prof. Brian Short, Chris Tod.
A Fun Filled Day of Yoga, Meditation & Lunch1st August 2018Saturday 18th August - 10:00 - 14:00 The Cow Shed, Hammes Barn, Washington Road, Steyning. BN44 3DA
Bonfire Societies Fireworks Championship1st August 2018Saturday 4th August - 16:00 - 23:00
Steyning Jazz Club: Latchepen1st August 2018Friday 3rd August - 20:00 - 23:00 The Steyning Centre, Fletcher's Croft, Steyning
August Book Reviews1st August 2018More summer reading options
Woods Mill at 501st August 2018On 8 June 1968 Woods Mill nature reserve opened its doors to the public. Over the past 50 years our reserve has been visited by thousands and thousands of people of all ages.
Steyning Grammar School: Year 11 Prom at the Amex1st August 2018On a warm summer evening 300 students from Steyning Grammar School’s class of 2018 were transported to the Amex at Falmer, Home of Brighton & Hove Albion, in order to celebrate the end of their GCSE exams and the end of their education at Steyning.
Norman Church of St. Nicholas - Bramber: Arts and Crafts1st August 2018Saturday 25th, Sunday 26th and Monday 27th - 10:30 to 17:00
Osborne Humphreys Celebrates 50 Golden Years1st August 2018As one of the longest established estate agencies in the local area, Osborn Humphreys have been at the forefront of property marketing & management in Shoreham, Steyning and the surrounding areas since 1968, that’s over 50 Years...
August Garden Journal: Helenium Moerheim Beauty1st August 2018August is a time for contemplation and relaxation in the garden, reaping the rewards from all the hard the work completed in spring and summer.
Sussex pupils teach adult historians about their school’s colourful past1st August 2018Pupils at Sompting Abbotts learned the warfare skills of Anglo-Saxon militiamen to unpick the history of the former manor that is their school today and used them to display the ‘interlocking shield wall’ tactic for a local history society.
Steyning Food & Drink Festival 20181st August 2018The Festival runs for 5 weeks, starting on 1st September and finishing on 7th October, both dates celebrated by the Farmers Market with live music, cooking demos, pumpkin weighs and of course, all the wonderful food stalls
Steyning Museum archives: Reading Medieval Documents1st August 2018Two recent Museum articles have drawn on 'Account Rolls' for the Manor of Steyning in 1337-1338. All the transactions relating to the income and expenditure of the Manor were written on both sides of two parchment scrolls made from animal skins, one 5 foot long and the other 3 foot.
The Place, The Person, The Plate and the Arctic to Asia Cycle Tour19th July 2018Tieran Freedman, a resident of Steyning, has embarked on a cycle tour that will take him from Tromsø in Northern Norway, to Baku, Azerbaijan, and the shores of the Caspian Sea. He's been interviewing locals about cuisine, culture, politics, and life in general along the way and documenting his experiences on "The Place, The Person, The Plate".
Museum archives: Outspoken...1st July 2018Our forebears did not mince their words.
The Steyning Scandal Walk1st July 2018Secrets of a Sussex Market Town, 1547-1947
Towers Girls Success at The Salters Chemistry Festival1st July 2018Year 8 pupils, Meghan N, Bea C, Harriet W and Darcey N did The Towers proud at The Brighton University Salters Chemistry Festival on 14th June.
Community Film Night: GOODBYE CHRISTOPHER ROBIN1st July 2018Wednesday 4th July - 19:30 - 22:00
Sompting Abbotts: Prestigious scholarships awards1st July 2018Five Year Eight boys at West Sussex school Sompting Abbotts have just all learned that they have won places at the public schools of their choice after a tough year of intense studying.
Steyning Parish Council updates1st July 2018Steyning Parish Council is delighted that the Tennis Club has successfully undertaken the complete replacement of their ageing Clubhouse on the Memorial Playing Field
Steyning Farmers Market1st July 2018A great opportunity to buy some excellent local produce.
100 years of music at The Towers1st July 2018On Tuesday 8th May, Towers senior pupils celebrated the last 100 years of music, as 2018 marks 100 years since women won the right to vote and also the end of World War One.
July Garden Journal: Penstemons1st July 2018Penstemons are a great old garden favourite, providing long lasting flowers that suit a traditional planting scheme but also look great within a contemporary planting palette too.
Touched by kindness21st June 2018Local shop owner on Steyning High Street serves free tea and coffee in the sun to lonely elderly people, giving them a chance to enjoy the buzz of the high street in comfort and interact with him and his customers.
Storrington Conservation Society July news5th June 2018Thoughts on endangered species. The Society's recent events and future activities.
‘Allo, ‘Allo – it’s the French Market !1st June 2018Sunday 17th June 2018 - From 10.30 a.m. until around 4 p.m., Steyning is set to welcome back the fabulous French Market.
Steyning Museum archives: A Medieval Farming Community1st June 2018Readers of these articles will already have encountered William de Saon and the Manor of Steyning which, in 1338, recorded all its income and expenditure in meticulous detail, on two long parchment scrolls.
Gardening Journal: Plant of the month – Iris Silver edge1st June 2018June is one of the highlights of the gardening year, so many plants in flower with their foliage still looking vibrant and green. It’s a great time for getting out and getting some fresh inspiration by looking at what others have been up to in their own gardens. Check out The NGS Yellow Book Scheme where you will find some gardens local to you that open their gates for charity.
Steyning Community Orchard News1st June 2018It’s official; Steyning now has two community orchards
Book Reviews1st June 2018Summer reading choices
Southdown Nursery1st June 2018Saturday 16th June - 12:00 - 16:00 - Gervays Hall, Jarvis Lane, Steyning
Bramber Neighbourhood Plan: Call For Sites.1st June 2018Background: A Neighbourhood Plan is a mechanism for helping communities, including both local residents and businesses, to help influence the planning of the area in which they live and work.
A turn-up for the books1st June 2018A spectacular al-fresco Thank you!, 'written' in books, has gone from the children in the Early Years department of Sompting Abbotts Prep School for their prize in the recent World of Books Great Schools Giveaway.
West Sussex Minibus: New Volunteers Needed1st June 2018New volunteers are needed to help run the charity in our 8 centres.
Steyning Festival 20181st June 201826th May - 9th June 2018
Singability12th May 2018This is a group for people with communication problems due to a stroke or other neurological condition.
The Arts Society Steyning: Golden Jubilee1st May 2018The Steyning branch of The Arts Society is holding a magical event on Thursday 28th June at 7.30pm with Bertie Pearce to celebrate The Arts Society Golden Jubilee.
Gardening News - Geum Totally Tangerine1st May 2018Gardens in May should still be full of the lush green growth of Spring with plants sending out fresh green foliage daily.
Steyning Parish Council Community Film Night: PADDINGTON 21st May 2018Wednesday 2nd May - 19:30 - 22:00 The Steyning Centre, Fletcher's Croft
Little Shop of Horrors1st May 2018Little Shop of Horrors will be staged at The Henfield Hall from Wednesday 16 to Saturday 19 May, starting at 7.30pm.
This is my Theatre: A Midsummer Night's Dream1st May 2018Thursday 24th May - 19:30 St Botolph's Church, Annington Road, Botolphs, Near Steyning
Vintage Years: Sing Out Sister Choir.1st May 2018Delightfully entertained by the choir Sing Out Sister, helped along as an extra bonus by some talented children.
Book Reviews: Festival Special1st May 2018Authors will be available at the festival - see details
Steyning Museum archives: What did King Canute do for Steyning?1st May 2018What indeed? Not much you might think. But it was during his reign, very nearly one thousand years ago, that he established the Steyning mint to make silver pennies in his image.
Your Museum Needs You!1st May 2018A call for new stewards – volunteers of any age or background. No previous experience needed
Steyning Community Orchard News: May 20181st May 2018You should be reading this in early May in warm dry sunshine, let’s hope so. We deserve it after such a cold, wet and dismal Winter and early Spring.
Faces behind the Festival...1st May 2018Those who volunteer give a great deal and create a welcoming and stimulating atmosphere, but they also receive great enjoyment from what they do and that makes the Festival infectious and special. Steyning is clearly a small town that punches well above its weight.
The Arts Society Steyning9th April 2018Rupert Willoughby will give an illustrated talk on Basingstoke and its contribution to World Culture: The Modern Post War Architecture of an English town.
Steyning Arts: Are you ready to hit the Art Trail?2nd April 2018The Art Trail provides a showcase for talented local artists across a broad range of disciplines – including painting, print making, sculpture, ceramics, jewellery, crafts and photography.
Line-up for Steyning Festival announced!2nd April 2018There is something for everyone at this year's Festival:
Gardening News: Magnolis Stellata1st April 2018The sweet smell of spring should now be evident in all our gardens
Steyning Museum archives: The Steward of the Manor of Steyning1st April 2018William was living at a time when life was uncertain. As a young man, some twenty years earlier, there had been a string of disastrously wet and cold summers leading to the failure of one harvest after another, causing famine and death.
Become a Friend of Steyning Parish Church.1st April 2018We are lucky to have such a historic and beautiful church in Steyning. ‘The Friends of Steyning Parish Church’ has been formed to help look after it.
Steyning Community Orchard News: April 20181st April 2018The Steyning Community Orchard is growing apace – in more ways than one.
April Book Reviews1st April 2018Selection for all
Upper Beeding School Celebrate Book week1st April 2018There were lots of other interesting activities for the children – caught reading prizes, golden tickets, storytelling lunchtimes, pass the story to name a few.
Steyning Parish Council Community Film Night: Murder on the Orient Express1st April 2018
Greening Steyning: Steyning Give Your Stuff Away Day1st April 2018The focus of the event is to divert waste from landfill and to make useful items available to others for free.
PPG Steyning Medical Practice1st April 2018Presentations giving information about services and support that can be available.
Steyning Bowling Club1st April 2018Steyning Bowling Club will open its Green for the new season On 14th April and will welcome new members, Ladies or Gentlemen of any age or level of experience.
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