What’s on - from Thursday March 13

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

REGULAR BINGO evening in aid of the Mary How Trust for Cancer Prevention – Second Thursday of every month. 50p. Great prizes, raffle. Doors 7pm. Play starts 7.30pm. Storrington Village Hall, 59 West Street, Storrington. £50 jackpot prize. www.maryhowtrust.org.

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WISBOROUGH GREEN Farmers’ and Village Market: 9am to 12.30pm in the Village Hall. Up to 30 stalls selling high quality local food and hand-made produce. Tea, coffee and home-made cakes provided by Macmillan volunteers.


STORRINGTON COMMUNITY MARKET: 9am to 10.45am. Open every Friday morning at Storrington Village Hall. Selling fresh local eggs and cheese, home-made cakes, bread and savouries etc. Spring flowers and plants. Warm welcome to all. Dianne Bailey 01903 745255.

FRENCH: Horsham French Club meeting 8pm at Roffey Millennium Hall with talk by Goodwood Guide Ms Ann Domett on historical connections with France of Goodwood estates and their owners. Visitors welcome at non-member £4 entry fee. 01403 267271.


WALK: All welcome. Sumners Ponds Fishery, Chapel Road, Barns Green (park near entrance opp. barn, meet at 11am at Reception/Café). 4½ mile, mostly flat (some stiles), HDC Health walk. No dogs. 2 hours. Pauline 01403 240419 or Jane 261672.

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QUALITY CHILDREN’S SALE: The sale originally in Pulborough has raised over £18,000 for Chestnut Tree House. It’s moving to Billingshurst Primary School and will follow the same format, 11am to 1.30pm at Billingshurst Primary School in support of Chestnut Tree House and Billingshurst Primary School Community Association. Lots of quality items for sale for children aged 0-10 years. Email [email protected].

BILLINGSHURST Bowling Club – quiz night, 7.15pm, St. Gabriel’s Church Hall, East St. Tables of four or less. £3 per head. Bring your own refreshments. Cash prizes, raffle. Contact Beryl on (01403) 784599. 

JUMBLE sale. Colgate Village Hall, doors 1pm. 50p refreshments. Proceeds to village hall mason fund.

JAZZ: Evening of swinging jazz featuring Andy Walker and friends in aid of the Friends of St. Mary’s Church, Horsham, at 7.45pm in the Barn, Church Centre, Causeway, Horsham. Tickets £13 each available from Waterstone’s and Church Office, Church Centre, in advance only by March 14, to include fish and chip supper. Licensed bar for beer and wine.

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CATSTRAVAGANZA: Cats Protection Horsham & District Branch will be holding this popular event at the Roffey Millennium Hall, Crawley Road, Horsham from 2pm to 4pm. On sale will be home-made cakes, CP gifts and goodies. Information table, leaflets on cat care and a screen show of cats looking for homes. Entry is free but donations (including cat food and litter) are warmly received. www.cats.org.uk/horsham.


JAZZ with ‘Riverboat Shuffle’. A mix of traditional and Dixieland Jazz. Six-piece band comprising banjo, bass, drums, trumpet, trombone and reeds. 7.30pm to 9.30pm. Horsham Sports Club, Cricketfield Road. No booking required, free to club members, visitors £1.50.


HORSHAM Film Society presents ‘Madame de’ at The Capitol, 8pm.

SOUTHWATER Leisure Centre, Pevensey Road. Learn to sequence dance. Monday evenings from 8.30pm to 9.30pm until April 28. Lessons will cost £5 per person. Call 01403 734409 for more details.


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HORSHAM HOLISTIC HEALTH: Mind, Body & Spirit group. Talk on Healing Gongs, 7.30pm, Friends Meeting House, Worthing Road. £6, [email protected], 07857 545 678.

DEVELOPMENT: Meeting of the Horsham Group of the World Development Movement at 8.15pm. Newcomers welcome. Please phone 01403 242823 for details.

WALK: A gentle 4/5 mile free, HDC Health Walk starting from the Health Centre in Station Road, Rudgwick at 10am. Please DO NOT park at the Health Centre because spaces are reserved for patients. 2 hours. Keith 01403 823436.


WALK: Every Wednesday. Meet 10.30am at the Bandstand in the Carfax. 1½ mile flat, sociable, HDC Health Walk on hard-surfaced paths in the Park. Dogs on a lead. 1 to 1½ hours. Doreen 01403 230293.