ARUNDEL MUSEUM: Exciting Half Term Activities on Fabulous Friday from 10.30am to 3pm. Crafts, catapults, costumes, stories, shields and sketching. All activities included in entry cost to the Museum, Mill Road, Arundel. For more details, call 01903 885866 or visit www.arundelmuseum.org.
QUIZ NIGHT from 7pm. Quiz starts at 7.30 pm. Horsham Rugby Club, Hammerpond Road. Tickets: £10 per person for entry and chilli supper. Will you and your team be the winners of the CHAMS Quiz Night trophy? Come along to answer this and many other questions! A raffle will also be held during the evening. For tickets, please contact email@example.com or call 01293 416327.
DINING: Icebreakers Dining Club. A local dining club for the single over 40s. We meet on Fridays for a meal at a number of different venues in the area. There’s no membership or joining fee. Visit www.icebreakersclub.co.uk or call Jacquie on 01403-273480.
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.
STORRINGTON COMMUNITY MARKET: 9am - 10.45am. Open every Friday morning at Storrington Village Hall (opposite Stable Antiques). Selling fresh local eggs and cheese, home-made cakes, bread and savouries, locally produced vegetables and mushrooms, local pork and lamb. Spring flowers and plants plus handicrafts and refreshments are served. Warm welcome to all. Dianne Bailey 01903 745255.
LECTURE: Horsham District Archaeology Group. Lecture by Dr. Andrew Gardener, Senior Lecturer in the Archaeology of the Roman Empire, UCL. From 2-4pm, Beeson House, Southwater. He will review the findings from excavation of the Roman Military Fortress at Caerleon (Wales) 2007-10, which revealed rich evidence of the material culture of the occupants. Entry £5 to book please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 07906146203.
FAITH: Horsham Inter-faith Forum meeting at St Leonard’s Church, Cambridge Road. ‘The Role of women in Religion.’ Talks by Revd Doris Staniford and Shetha Al-Dargazelli. Discussion and tea afterwards – all welcome – admission free.
MARKET: Pulborough Farmers’ Market: 9am - 12pm. Pulborough Farmers Market will open its doors again at Pulborough Village Hall, Swan View, Lower Street. With many stalls from fresh produce and mushrooms to Spring flowers and plants. Refreshments are served, including breakfast butties. Jenny Kern, Billingshurst Macmillan Cancer Support 01403 782105.
SALE: Table top sale on from 8.30am at Horsham Sports Club, Club Office, Cricketfield Road, Horsham. Call 01403 254628. Email email@example.com or visit www.horshamsportsclub.com.
MARTIAL ARTS from Karate to Kickboxing will be coming to Washington Village Hall from 7-9pm in a free Open Evening with the Kenagi Academy. Everyone from age five is welcome. The Kenagi Academy will run weekly Martial Arts courses at Washington Village Hall in School Lane, Washington, every Monday after February 24 from 6.30 - 8.30pm when costs will be £5.50 for under 16 and £6 for over 16 per 60 minute session. More info: firstname.lastname@example.org, 01903 743334 or 07711 987672, or see www.kenagi.co.uk. Costs are £5.50 under 16.
FILM: The next presentation from the Mary How Trust Film Society will be About Time (12A) at West Chiltington Village Hall. Screenings: 3pm and 7.30pm. Tickets cost £6. Contact email@example.com. Tickets available on the door, and from: Mary How Trust Ticket hotline (01798 877646); The Mary How Trust clinic and its charity shop; Guy Leonard Estate Agents in Pulborough and Storrington; The Card Centre, Storrington; Cherilyn, West Chiltington; West Chiltington Post Office.
WALK: All welcome. Meet 10am in car park opp. Kings Head, Rudgwick RH12 3EB (TQ091343). Circular, some stiles and short steep slopes, sociable, HDC Health Walk. Panoramic views of North and South Downs. 6 miles. 3 hours. No dogs. Geoff 01403 258180 & Pat 240654.
HORSHAM: 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. Suitable for the elderly and those recovering from illness, operation or accident. Dogs on a lead. 1 to 1½ hours. Wyn 01403 256630.