What’s on - from Thursday February 27

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BAX CASTLE: Walk. All welcome, free. Meet 10am Bax Castle car park, Two Mile Ash Road, RH13 0LA, (TQ148272). 5¼ mile flat circular HDC Health Walk south through woods, fields and the Downs Link. Can be muddy. No dogs. 2½ hours. Tony 01403 269232.

HORSHAM CHAMBER CHOIR: Meets every Thursday, 8 - 10pm. St Leonard’s Church, Cambridge Road, Horsham. We perform three concerts per season plus Cathedral recitals, exploring the vast and varied chamber choir repertoire. Friendly all-age group that extends a warm welcome to new members. Contact: Sarah Russell: [email protected].


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WALK: 11am, Barns Green. 2 mile, mostly flat, circular, free, sociable HDC Health Walk around the outskirts of the village mainly on firm ground. Meet at the corner of the green near the Village Club. 1 hour. Peter A 01403 741305.

Icebreakers Dining Club: A club for the single over 40s. We meet on Fridays for a meal at a number of different venues in the area. No membership or joining fee. To find out more visit www.icebreakersclub.co.uk or call Jacquie on 01403-273480.

TEA DANCE: Southwater Leisure Centre, Pevensey Road, Southwater (off Cedar Drive). From 1.30pm to 3.45pm. Cost is £3.50 per person including tea/coffee. For more details ring Southwater Leisure Centre on 01403 733208 or Colin and Margaret on 01403 734409.

MARKET: Storrington Community Market. 9am - 10.45am. Every Friday at Storrington Village Hall. Selling fresh local eggs and cheese, home-made cakes, bread and savouries. Spring flowers and plants plus handicrafts and refreshments are served. Dianne Bailey 01903 745255.


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SWING: Lindfield URC Church. The Perdido Players Swing Band together with the Sister, Sister singing group will entertain at the Tunes and Tea Cafe, 3pm. Admission is free. Donations in aid of Salvation Army relief work in the Philippines. For further information contact Peter Swann on 01444 450335.

STEYNING: The Ouse & Adur Rivers Trust, supported by West Sussex County Councils Operation Watershed Fund, is hosting the Steyning Water Fair. Learn more about the water environment around the subjects of flooding, water quality and building future community resilience. Some 2,500 questionnaires are being delivered across the parish. Information gathered will help inform future resilience planning. All those received as paper or online copies will be entered into a free prize draw with a top prize of £50 of Marks & Spencers Vouchers. The event is being held in the Steyning Centre, Fletchers Croft, from 10am to 4pm, with speakers between 1pm - 3pm. Tea and coffee with locally sourced soup and cake available throughout the day. Visit www.oart.org.uk/steyningevent or email [email protected].

Coffee morning: The Royal British Legion, Steyning and District Women’s Section. Penfold Hall, Steyning, from 10am to 12pm. £1 including coffee and biscuits or cake. Non-members are welcome to attend. Raffle. Profits will go to the Women’s Section Benevolent Fund.

WALK: 6½ mile, circular, HDC Health walk. Through National Trust property at Warren Hill in Washington Common and on to downland. 8:30am Georges Lane National Trust car park. Dogs on lead 2¾ hours. Mick 01903 745971.


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Cats Homing Show: Cats Protection Horsham & District Branch at Broadbridge Heath Village Centre, Wickhurst Lane, from 11am – 2pm. Meet the cats looking for new homes. Refreshments available. CP items on sale. Entry is free but donations (including cat food and litter) will be warmly received.

Sunday Tea Dance: at the Steyning Centre, Fletchers Croft, Church Street, Steyning. Ballroom, latin and some sequence from 2.30pm to 5pm. Entrance £4. For all enquiries ring Margaret or Colin on 01403 734409.


SOUTHWATER Local History Group: 7.30pm at Beeson House, Lintot Square, Southwater. AGM followed by an illustrated talk entitled ‘Elizabeth I – The Hidden Story of the Virgin Queen’ by Tracy Borman. Non-members welcome – £3. Further information: Jeremy Senneck. Call 01403 731247.


HORSHAM Horticultural Society Winter Meeting, 7.30pm. Brighton Road Baptist Church, Brighton Road. David Bland: ‘An alternative to plants – keeping chickens in the garden’. www.horshamhorticulturalsociety.co.uk.

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WALK: 5 mile circular, free HDC Health walk, woodland tracks, some inclines. Meet 10am at Starveall Corner car park on the Leith Hill to Abinger Common road (TQ131432). 2½ hours. Geoff 01403 258180 or Pat 240654.

STEYNING: 2 mile circular HDC Health walk, various routes taking in parts of the village and outskirts. Stiles and small inclines. Meet at the Steyning Health Centre, Tanyard Lane at 11am. Dogs allowed on a lead. 1¼ hours. Linda 01903 816865 or Lyn 01903 369752.