What’s On - from July 19

What's On.
What's On.

FRIDAY

HENFIELD: ABCD Bridge Club, Henfield Village Hall Garden Room, every Friday, 2-5pm. £1 for members after £5 joining fee, £2 for visitors. Suitable bridge from lessons into Bridge Clubs World.

SOUTHWATER Young at Heart for the over 50s meets every Friday, 1.30–3.30pm in Beeson House, Lintot Square, Southwater. Details: 01403 731839.

STORRINGTON Dog Club. Storrington Village Hall, Friday, 7.30-9pm. We don’t train your dog, you do that with advice and help from us. No dog is too old to learn or too young to start. Friendly and informal atmosphere. Children very welcome. No advance payment/booking. Call Rosemary on 07971 579450 or 01903 746504 (same number for Collie Rescue).

SATURDAY

Walk: 10am, Blunts Wood Level 3, Meet at Blunts Wood Car Park, Blunts Wood Road, Haywards Heath, RH16 1NE.

PETER JAMES: An Audience with Peter James – 3.30pm for a 4pm start, Penfold Church Hall, Church Street, Steyning. Here is a fantastic chance for Peter James’ fans to hear and see him speak in person about his latest book in his award winning Roy Grace series- Dead Man’s Time set in Brighton, published june 6 this year. Tickets £10to include a glass of wine or soft drink. The talk begins at 4.30pm followed by Q&A and book signing by Peter. Call Jennie Ochoa on 07701014789, email jenni.ochoa@googlemail.com or book online at www.southdownsconseratives.com or call 01903816880.

SUNDAY

SURVIVAL: Bedelands Farm Nature Reserve. ‘Practical Bushcraft’ led by Mark Chorley. Would you be able to survive in the wild? Many practical tips. 10am to 12pm. Meet in the car park off Maple Drive at 9.50am. Call Mary Smith (secretary) on 01444 242667.

Food Festival on July 20 and 21 at Fontwell Park Racecourse near Arundel. There will be plenty of Food, Drink and Live Entertainment and live demo’s from celebrity Chef Aldo Zilli. Visit www.tasteoftheworld.co.uk.

DOGS: Fun Doggy Day Out at Horsham Rugby Club from 11am to 4pm. There will be 16 fun show classes, three obedience classes also clear round agility and jumping, something for every family dog young or old. Many stalls, raffle, tombola, refreshments, bar will be helping to raise money for Vigil German Shepherd Rescue.

WALKING: Horsham 20s-40s Walking Group walks from a different country pub every Sunday at 10.50am. Walks are approximately 5 miles long returning to the pub for lunch. See www.walkhorsham.com e-mail:walkhorsham@hotmail.com or call: 07872 113 674.

Cream tea dance: Every Sunday. Hurstpierpoint Village Centre, from 2pm to 4.30pm. Call Ray on 01273 719500. Email: starschool@talktalk.net.

LOXWOOD: Walk. New 5¾ mile free HDC Health walk through fields with horses, sheep and cattle. 1-2 challenging stiles, good teamwork and sense of humour needed. Can be muddy, wear reasonable footwear. Park in Loxwood Doctors Surgery (RH14 0SU) by kind permission and meet 10am in Farm Close off Station Road. NO DOGS. 2¾ hours Pete, Sharon & Rich 01403 784042.

MONDAY

WALK: Lindfield Common: Level 1 Mid Sussex Healthy Walks: Every Monday, 10am. Meet by noticeboard in Backwoods Lane car park. For more information please contact Mid Sussex Park Rangers on 01444 477561 or visit.

TUESDAY

DEVELOPMENT: The Horsham World Development Group meets at 7.45pm. Interested? Phone 01403 242823.

RUSPER: All welcome. 5¼ mile, mostly flat (some stiles), circular, sociable HDC Health walk along the Sussex Border Path to Friday Street. Free, just turn-up Star Inn car park, Rusper (TQ206372) at 10am. No dogs. 2½ hours. Geoff 01403 258180 & Pat 240654.

WEDNESDAY

SOUTHWATER Welcome Club over 60s meetings, 2.30pm, on Wednesdays twice monthly. Contact: 01403 731661.

STAPLEFIELD: Walk. 9.30am, Staplefield Level 4. Meet at Village Green Car Park (near Play Ground), Cuckfield Road, Staplefield, RH17 6EU.