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Mental health support comes to Steyning23rd August 2019Come and meet our Chanctonbury mental health team if you would like some advice for yourself or a family member. We'll be at Steyning Library Tues 23.7.19, 10am-12noon, Thurs 8.8.19. 2pm-4pm, Tues 20.8.19 10am-12noon and Thurs 5.9.19. 2pm-4pm
Firework Championships10th August 2019Saturday 10th August - Bonfire Societies - 16:00 - 22:30 - Wiston Park, Steyning, West Sussex, BN44 3DZ
Community Film Night Screening: FISHERMAN'S FRIENDS7th August 2019Wednesday 7th August - 19:30 - 22:00 - The Steyning Centre, Fletchers Croft, Steyning
This is my Theatre: The Importance of Being Earnest24th July 2019Wednesday 24th July - 19:30 - 20:45 St Botolph's Church, Annington Road, Botolphs, Steyning, West Sussex, BN44 3WB
THhe Hunt is n for Actors23rd July 2019We are looking for amateur actors who would like to be part of a friendly group
Nature Valley Big Tennis Weekend - Fun for all the Family!20th July 2019Saturday 20th July - Steyning Tennis Club - 10:00 - 15:30 - Steyning Tennis Club, 3 Charlton Street, Steyning
Classic Car Show and Family Fun Day Out20th July 2019Saturday 20th July - Classic Car Show - 12:00 - 16:00
Sing Out Sister Ladies Choir & The Friends of Steyning Parish: Free concert This Wonderful World.16th July 2019Tuesday 16th July - 19:00 - 20:30. Steyning Parish Church.
Give Your Stuff Away Day7th July 2019Steyning Greening Campaign: Sunday 7th July - 13:00 - 16:00 - Catholic Church Hall, Bramber Road, Steyning
Community Film Night Screening - MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS3rd July 2019Wednesday 3rd July - 19:30 – 22:00 - The Steyning Centre, Fletchers Croft, Steyning
Steyning AC: Roundhill Romp & Mini-Romp3rd July 2019Annual Steyning AC Roundhill Romp takes place evening of Wednesday 3rd July. There are two events:
Steyning Bowls Club: FREE Taster Sessions.1st July 2019
Steyning & District Food and Drink Festival news1st July 20197th September - 5th October - It’s that time again, when the Steyning & District Food and Drink Festival rears it magnificent head.
A Night at the Opera – an evening of music and dance with the Chanctonbury Chorus1st July 2019A NIGHT AT THE OPERA, an enticing programme that packed Steyning Parish Church till it almost burst its seams
Museum archives: Our Parish Registers in the 17th Century1st July 2019The baptisms, burials and marriages of the people of Steyning are recorded in the Parish Registers. Apart from the facts they record, they can also tell us something about the times people were living in and about the vicars who made the entries in the book.
Book Reviews: July 20191st July 2019Summer reads...
Steyning Community Orchard - July 20191st July 2019One of the main objectives of the Steyning Community Orchard is to plant Sussex heritage apple varieties, to both help preserve them, but also to use them to tell the story of fruit growing in this area.
Steyning Chorus wins major event1st July 2019Local Male-Voice Chorus 'Vocal Fusion Acapella,' who are based in Steyning, recently won the 'Best Small Chorus' Award at the 2019 National Barbershop Convention in Bournemouth.
Walking and Riding on the Steyning Downland Scheme1st July 2019Although widely used by local people, in fact the 165 acres of land managed by the Steyning Downland Scheme is not a public park and access to most of it is permitted on a purely voluntary basis by the landowner.
Fletcher’s Croft Fit Zone1st July 2019'Delighted' Just one word to describe the feelings of The Wilson Memorial Trust (WMT) trustees, finally seeing this fabulous outdoor gym in place and open to the community.
Gardening Journal: Plant of the month – Agastache Black Adder1st July 2019Agastache is a short-lived herbaceous perennial with blue flowers and fragrant foliage that can be used as an ornamental or in the herb garden.
Cantatrice Voices: Three Choirs present 'Saints & Sinners'29th June 2019Saturday 29th June - 19:30 – 21:00 - St Andrew & St Cuthman Church, Church Street, Steyning
Steyning Wheelbarrows Set to Race23rd June 2019Sunday June 23rd 2019 - 14:00. Come on, get your team of two together – one St Cuthman for pushing and one 'Mother' for sitting (comfortably?) in the barrow. A fun spectacle, one of which our Steyning Patron Saint would surely be proud - and maybe even a little bit amused.
The Steyning Society21st June 2019Friday 21st June - 19:30 – 21:15 - The Steyning Centre, Fletchers Croft, Steyning
Horsham District Year of Culture 201915th June 201915th – 22nd June 2019
Southdown Nursery Summer Fayre celebrates its 5th Annual Summer Fayre15th June 2019Saturday the 15th of June - 12:00 - 16:00
Cellophane Flowers: The Beatles Revisited14th June 2019Friday 14th June - 20:00 to 22:15 - Steyning Centre, Fletchers Croft, Steyning
This is my Theatre: Romeo & Juliet12th June 2019Wednesday 12th June - 19:30 - 21:00 St Botolph's Church, Annington Road, Botolphs, Nr Steyning
Steyning Downland Scheme: Glow-worm Hunt11th June 2019Tuesday 11th & Friday 28th June - 21:45 – 23:30. Meet at The Bowls Club Car Park, Mill Road, Steyning
Community Film Night: The Favourite.5th June 2019Wednesday 5th June - 19:30 - 22:00 - The Steyning Centre, Fletchers Croft, Steyning
The Chapel Choir of the Royal Holloway Perform In Steyning2nd June 2019Sunday 2nd June - 18:00 - 21:00. Steyning Parish Church.
Upper Beeding Primary School: KS1 RNLI Visit.1st June 2019As part of our Summer Term topic ‘At the Seaside’ Key Stage One children at Upper Beeding Primary School were visited by Martin Stewart of the RNLI. Martin talked to the children about how to keep safe on the beach.
Upper Beeding Primary School: KS1 Glass art Workshop.1st June 2019Six Year 6 children from Upper Beeding Primary School took part in a glass art workshop on Thursday 2nd May 2019, with local artist Debbie Forsdyke, at the Steyning Downland Scheme.
Steyning Community Orchard: Hello again1st June 2019This is one of the most exciting times in a fruit orchard. All the blossom will have finished with tiny fruits forming, hopefully bringing lots and lots of apples, plums and pears in the early autumn.
Bramber & Beeding host a magnificent Normans Tale.1st June 2019The day was perfection and the crowds that flocked to the occasion enjoyed something that was quite unique. The interaction between actors and the public was charming and the feedback was that the whole production was highly professional and delightfully entertaining.
First Steyning Guides: An ode to Girl Guides1st June 2019Last September 1st Steyning Guides re-opened in the village.
All Change for the NHS!!!1st June 2019Latest information sent to the Steyning Patient Participation Group on changes that are in train for our local NHS. What these changes mean for the Steyning surgery we have yet to know.
Upper Beeding Primary School : KS1 Punch and Judy Show1st June 2019As part of their Summer Term topic “At the Seaside” they were visited by Glyn and Mary Edwards with their educational Punch and Judy puppet show.
Book Reviews: June 20191st June 2019Fill the summer days with this months choices
Steyning AC member: Carol Killick1st June 2019Carol started race walking in 1978 when aged 35, to support her kids and other youngsters in Steyning Athletic Club, despite no previous sporting activities. This mushroomed to competing in the senior team at race walking.
Steyning, the 'friendly' Tennis Club1st June 2019See for yourself what a friendly bunch they are.
Museum archives: George Hatcher’s Possessions1st June 2019In 1706 George Hatcher had a serious cash flow problem. George and his wife Ann had one child, Jane, baptized in 1702 and there was another on the way.
Gardening Journal: Plant of the month – Libertia grandiflora1st June 2019It’s a great time to go and see what other people have been up to so make a point of clearing some space in the diary and get out and see what ideas you can acquire and adapt for your own garden.
Steyning Downland Scheme Fundraising Dinner9th May 2019The Sussex Produce Company on Thursday 9th May.
Community Film Night: Bohemian Rhapsody.3rd May 2019Friday 3rd May - 19:30 - 22:00 The Steyning Centre, Fletchers Croft, Steyning
Book Reviews: May 20191st May 2019Summer reading options.
Upper Beeding Primary School: World Book Day 2019.1st May 2019The children and staff at Upper Beeding Primary School had a fantastic day celebrating World Book Day.
Steyning Country Fair1st May 2019Monday 27th May - 11:00 - 16:00 - High Street, Steyning
Steyning Drama Club: Mixed Doubles.1st May 2019Come and see us perform at the Steyning Country Fair on Bank Holiday Monday, 27th May, in the Steyning Centre for two 20 minute slots at 11.30 and 12.30
Future of the Steyning Festival.1st May 2019To ensure the Festival’s future we need to enlist the help of a lot more people, because currently we simply do not have enough and the Festival will not run.
Creating New Homes for Nature.1st May 2019The area around the Steyning Downland Scheme Gateway building has been transformed into a wildlife haven, thanks to a grant from the Wilson Memorial Trust.
Help make Steyning, Bramber and Beeding ‘Plastic Free’.1st May 2019Spring was in the air and the April Farmer’s Market was buzzing for the launch of a new campaign to make Steyning, Bramber and Beeding ‘Plastic Free Communities’.
Thousands Enjoy a day of Happiness.1st May 2019Sunday 24th March dawned in Steyning - a beautiful sunny day, laced with excitement. Steyning was a buzz with anticipation as vast crowds gathered.
Wendy Clarke: Out of Adversity is Born a Writer.1st May 2019Seven years ago, through adversity, my life took a new direction. I didn’t find it, it found me, and I’m proof that it’s never too late to follow a different path.
Upper Beeding Primary School: Spain Class initiative1st May 2019Upper Beeding Primary School Before Christmas, Year 5/6 children in Spain Class at Upper Beeding Primary School wrote letters to the elderly community who attend The Hub Café at the local Baptist Church to tell them all about their plans for Christmas and to cheer them up.
2019 Steyning Art Trail: Appreciating the Art Trail – some top tips1st May 2019Summer’s coming and that means there’s an artistic treat ahead – the 2019 Steyning Art Trail begins on May 25th at the end of the May Bank Holiday weekend.
Gardening Journal: Plant of the Month: Geranium Patricia.1st May 2019May often seems like the beginning of the summer, however it is a month where you can still see evidence of spring in our gardens too.
The Poor of the Parish of Wiston1st May 2019On 10th February in 1831 the vicar of Wiston, the Reverend George Wells, sat down in front of a committee of the House of Lords
Age UK Horsham District: Strictly Vintage Tea Dance1st May 2019Strictly Vintage Tea Dance raises just under £3,000 for local charity!
Rough Runner Obstacle Course...13th April 2019Dates: 13th & 14th April 2019: Ever watched Total Wipeout, Ninja Warriors or Gladiators... and fancied giving it a go yourself?
Steyning Community Orchard Blossom Day Saturday 27th April 2019.1st April 2019Steyning Community Orchard will be celebrating spring with a Blossom Day Picnic on Saturday 27th April from 12 noon to 2 pm. in the Memorial Playing Field.
Book Reviews: April 20191st April 2019April Book Recommendations
Gardening Journal: Plant of The Month – Ceanothus Concha1st April 2019April is always the month I feel we leave winter behind us.
Enjoy the Songs of the Dawn on Steyning Downland Scheme.1st April 2019Beginners and experienced birders are always welcome to join the regular monthly bird surveys. For more information, contact Bob Platt at bobplatt69@gmail.com
Counting Sheep.1st April 2019It is unwise – as we shall see - to try to count sheep after drinking home-made wine. But counting sheep – or, indeed any other animals – is and always was important to the owners of the flocks.
Steyning and District Good Neighbours Association1st April 2019Are you public spirited?
Local Business Focus: Calabash Residential Cleaning.1st April 2019A residential cleaning company based in West Sussex was set up 10 years ago by Sarah Gardner, a local mum.
Local Business Focus: G A Lomer & Son Celebrate 40 years of trading in 20191st April 2019As a family run business we are very proud of our achievements thanks to the support and loyalty of our customers and our remarkable team.
Steyning Bowls Club: FREE Taster Sessions.1st April 2019Every Thursday during May at 18:00
Bramber & Beeding: A Norman Invasion.1st April 2019To book those all important tickets and find out more details of session timings etc, please visit the Steyning & District Community Partnership website at: www.steyningsouthdowns.co.uk
Local Choir News: Cantatrice, Kaleidoscope Singers and Vocal Fusion.1st April 2019It’s a busy few months for three choirs in Steyning.
Is it time to declare a climate emergency?1st April 2019'Our house is on fire!' This was how Swedish schoolgirl Greta Thunberg began her powerful speech to the World Economic Forum at Davos in January. Launch of a ‘Plastic Free’ campaign in Steyning, Bramber and Beeding – 6th April.
Steyning Athletic Club: Steyning Stinger Marathon & Half Marathon1st April 2019Sunday 3rd March, 2019, was the 18th edition of the event.
Steyning Book Lovers Week1st April 201915th – 22nd June 2019
Steyning-in-Bloom1st April 2019The crowd funding site will close on the 12th of April 2019 so please view today and if possible please make a donation.
Shout it Out Book Awards, picture books for children and library visit1st April 2019
THE OPERA comes to Steyning this Summer for an evening of glorious music and ballet.1st April 2019Chanctonbury Chorus will be performing a “Night At The Opera” in association with the Kopinski Ballet Academy on Saturday May 11, 2019.
Steyning Parish Council: NOTICE OF ANNUAL PARISH MEETING FOR STEYNING18th March 2019The Annual Parish Meeting for Steyning will be held in the Saxon Room, at the Steyning Centre, Fletchers Croft, Church Street, Steyning, West Sussex BN44 3XZ
Rough Runner UK's only game-show inspired obstacle course is coming13th March 2019Rough Runner is a new breed of event. We’ve all done the 10k’s and half marathons, and some will have even done an obstacle event before. But not like this. Rough Runner will punish you of course, but gratuitous pain you won’t find here. Instead, the events are inspired by all those gameshows we love – Takeshi’s Castle, Wipeout, Gladiator, Ninja Warrior and more. So if you’ve ever wanted to try them out for yourself (we did!), here’s your chance.
Steyning Parish Council: MAKE A CHANGE TO STEYNING, BECOME A LOCAL COUNCILLOR12th March 2019Steyning Parish Council is calling on residents, passionate about their community to stand in the local elections in 2019.
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