What’s on - from Thursday January 9

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HORSHAM Chamber Choir meets every Thursday in St Mary’s School Hall, Normandy, Horsham, 8-10pm. Rehearses for three concerts per year. Contact: Carol Moore 01403 267475 for further details.


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

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STORRINGTON COMMUNITY MARKET: 9am to 10.45am. Open every Friday morning from January 10 in Storrington Village Hall opposite Stable Antiques. Come early to get your fresh local eggs and cheese, home-made cakes, savouries and bread. Locally produced vegetables and mushrooms, local pork and lamb, flowers and plants plus handicrafts and refreshments. Dianne Bailey 01903 745255.

WALK: All welcome. Meet in the car park at Southwater Country Park (off Cripplegate Lane) at 11am. Easy, flat, circular, sociable HDC Health Walk along bridleways, lanes and the Downs Link. 2½ miles. 1 hour. Pat 01403 240654.


WALK: All welcome. 4½ mile, circular, sociable HDC Health Walk, some stiles. Meet 10am at Itchingfield School (TQ 132287, RH13 0PJ). No dogs. 2 hours. Tony 01403 269232.

WALLIS WOOD: Meet in the Scarlett Arms car park, Wallis Wood. (TQ 119380) at 11am. Friendly, free, 3½ mile circular HDC Health Walk, some stiles and hills. No dogs. 1¾ hours. Pauline 01403 240419 or Jane 01403 261672.


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CATS Homing Show: Cats Protection Horsham & District Branch will be holding a Homing Show at Broadbridge Heath Village Centre, Wickhurst Lane from 11am – 2pm. Why not come along and meet the cats looking for new homes? Our fosterers know all about their characters so we can find the most suitable match for you. Refreshments will be available, plus there will be CP items on sale. Entry is free but donations (including cat food and litter) will be warmly received.


WALK: 6 mile HDC Health Walk includes climbs but no stiles. Meet 10am at Pitch Hill in the car park (TQ 079 426) near the quarry, 300 yards on the right beyond the Windmill Public House (GU6 7NN) north of Ewhurst. Well behaved dogs welcome. 3 hours. Mike 01403 242564.

HORSHAM FILM SOCIETY presents ‘Barbara’, 8pm, The Capitol, Jan 13.

ARTS: Steyning Decorative and Fine Arts meet on the second Monday of each month at The Steyning Centre by Fletchers Croft Car Park opposite St Andrews Church, Church Street. The next illustrated lecture will be Anthea Streeter, lecturer in Fine and Decorative arts. She will give an illustrated lecture on Sir Edwin Lutyens. Members and visitors (donation of £5) are warmly welcomed with coffee at 10am followed by the meeting 10.30-noon. The annual subscription of £36 is now due. Call 01903814390 or 01903 812232.


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HORSHAM: 12.30pm to 1.30pm. Carol’s non-religious meditation and Reiki healing hour. Prompt start at the Unitarian Church hall, Worthing Road opposite bus station.

WATERCOLOUR Workshops with Ann Harris, local artist. Learn to paint flowers and many other subjects. Suitable for beginners and intermediate levels, small groups, morning sessions starting back for new year Tues/Thurs. Call 01403 251537 for more info.


WALK: Every Wednesday. Meet 10.30am at the Bandstand in the Carfax. 1½ mile flat walk on hard-surfaced paths around the Park. HDC Health Walk suitable for the elderly and people recovering from illness, operation or accident. Dogs allowed on a lead. 1 to 1½ hours. Emmy 01403 255517.

BILLINGSHURST Tennis Club - Adult club night, 6–10pm. Play as visitor (£2) for first 3 visits. Hosted session’s alternate weeks for returning players. New members very welcome to this friendly and developing club. Please visit www.billingshursttennisclub.co.uk for further details or contact Membership Secretary [email protected] 01403 785320.

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NADFAS will be meeting on Wednesday, Jan 15, at the Capitol Theatre. The Development of the Staircase, will be presented by Barbara Peacock. The Capitol will be open for coffee from 9.45am. The meeting will start promptly at 10.45. Visitors are welcome, admission £5.

MUSIC: The Unitarian Church, Worthing Road. Horsham Music Circle, Organ Recital, 1pm. Gerald Taylor FRC0 will be giving a lunchtime organ recital, which will include music by César Franck and J S Bach. Admission is free and there will be a retiring collection in aid of Horsham Music Circle funds.

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