What’s On - from Saturday July 6

What's On.
What's On.


STEYNING Music Society are proud to present BBC Young Musician Winner 2012, Laura van der Heijden – cello at the Steyning Centre

7.30pm. Music by Locatelli, Rachmaninov, Brahms. Tickets: £14 – non members £9 members, Students £2 – available Steyning Bookshop, on the door or ring 01903 812662

HORSHAM: School Summer fete. Everyone welcome at Heron Way School for some Summer Fete fun from 2-5pm. Grand Raffle: First Prize Kindle Fire 32GB, beer and Pimms tent, inflatables, games, BBQ, face painting and more. Adults £1, kids free. Heron Way Primary School, Heron Way, Horsham.

WILD WEST FETE Lodge Hill, from 11am to 3 pm. Try your skills at rifle shooting, abseiling, climbing, archery, trapeze, US Jeeps, bouncy slide, hoopla, £50 note, blacksmith, tombola, fancy dress competition, and more! There’s also a barbecue, beer and Pimms tent, cakes and a raffle. Something for all the family! Free parking, but assistance dogs only please. Lodge Hill Centre, Watersfield, RH20 1LZ. Visit www.lodgehill.org.uk


WALK: Horsham Social Walking Group, for the over 40s. Every Sunday afternoon we meet for a 3-5 mile walk in the Sussex area. Please phone for information on venue and time on 01403 267149 or 01403 269144.

CHELWOOD GATE: Cats Protection’s Summer Fun Day on Sunday, July 7. The centre in Chelwood Gate will be opening its doors from 10am until 4pm for a fun-packed day of activities for all the family. Topping the bill will be a special guest appearance from CBeebies star and kids’ favourite Sarah-Jane Honeywell who will officially open the event and meet young fans. There will also be many stalls and attractions including a bouncy castle, face painting, raffle, classic cars and VW campers display, live band and dance shows. To find out more about the event, please call the National Cat Adoption Centre on 01825 741 330.

TEA DANCE: Sunday tea dance at the Steyning Centre, Fletchers Croft, Church Street, Steyning. Ballroom, latin and some sequence dancing from 2.30pm to 5pm. Entrance £4 (including refreshments). For all enquiries ring Margaret or Colin on 01403 7344409.


WALK: A 5½ mile gentle HDC Health walk (some stiles) through fields, along the Wey & Arun Canal. Meet in the Blacksmith Arms car park 10am (2 miles south of Billingshurst on A29 & B2133 crossroads). Dogs on a lead. 2½ hours. Irene 07790 420752 / 01403 783637.

WALK: All welcome, free, just turn-up at 10am in Partridge Green Village Hall car park TQ 190191. Circular sociable HDC Health Walk, 7 miles, going east, fairly flat, some stiles. May be muddy. No dogs. 2¾ hours. Mike P 01403 242564.


BILLINGSHURST Choral Society meets every Tuesday evening at St. Mary’s Church, Billingshurst. 8pm. Rehearsals for four concerts each year. Contact Keith Paul 01403 782613 or visit www.billingshurstchoralsociety.org for further information.

BILLINGSHURST Tennis Club – ‘Rusty Rackets’, 9.45–11.30am, for returnees and improvers. Please visit www.billingshursttennisclub.co.uk for further details or contact phone Chris 07888 012 132.

HORSHAM Business Club meets every Tuesday at Cisswood House Hotel, 7-8.30am, allowing the rest of the day free for business as usual. Contact info@horshambusinessclub.com or Steve Snowdon on 01403 270271.

WALK: 7pm. A lovely 4/5 mile free HDC Health walk, through fields, lanes and along the river. May encounter livestock, dogs welcome but must be on lead at all times. Free parking in Billingshurst Library car park (RH14 9JZ). 2½ hours. Pete, Sharon & Rich 01403 784042.


ARTS: The Horsham Decorative & Fine Arts Society’s AGM will be held at the Capitol Theatre at 10.30am followed by their monthly lecture. The speaker will be Bertie Pearce. His lecture entitled ‘Now you see it, now you don’t’ will explore the art of deception, optical illusion, camouflage and trompe l’oeil. Visitors are welcome. Admission to the event is £5.