What’s On - from August 23

What's on.
What's on.


ARUNDEL Festival - Vintage Day. Come for some true vintage retail therapy, indulge in afternoon tea and listen to nostalgic entertainers while being in the most picturesque city alongside the river. Entrance fee: Free. From 10am to 5pm at Jubilee Gardens, Mill Road, Arundel. Visit www.vintageparade.co.uk

Beach party: Anjelique Bar, Crawley. Get out your shorts and flip-flops and come along and have fun in ourfour tons of sand. 8pm until 3am. Dress code: Summer beach wear, Shorts, hot pants and T-shirts, bikini tops, sunglasses, sandles, converse. Contact: 07545779209.

Tea dance: Southwater Leisure Centre, Pevesey Road, Southwater (off Cedar Drive). 1.30pm to 3.45pm. Cost £3.50 per person including tea/coffee. Call Southwater Leisure Centre on 01403 734409.


Foam party: Anjelique Bar, Crawley. The biggest and the best, all covered in 1.3 metres of foam. 8pm until 3am. Free before 10.30pm- £4 thereafter. Contact: 07545779209.

Family Fun Day at The Snooty Fox, Haslett Avenue, Crawley. Entertainment supplied by Crawley Music Scene, during the day and Mike Dobie in the evening. Inflatables and much, much more. 999 services in attendance. From 11am until midnight. The event will be opened by the Honourable Mayor and Mayoress Burgess. All money raised will go to Chesnut Tree House.

DRUSILLAS: Katsuma from the Moshi Monsters. Back by popular demand, Katsuma from the Moshi Monsters will be at the Park to meet and greet visitors. Don’t miss the chance to see the friendly and popular monster appearing at intervals throughout the day. Telephone 01323 874100 or visit the website at www.drusillas.co.uk


HORSHAM Cycling: every Sunday, five rides of differing speeds and distances leave from the Carfax. Meet at 9am. Details from Robert Skeet 01403 270089 or visit www.horshamcycling.co.uk

TEA: St Leonards Community Church Hall, Clarence Road, Horsham, Sundays Tea and Chat 2.30-4pm on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month. All welcome. We don’t meet prior to a Bank Holiday. For more details phone Caroline Smith 01403 891542.


DRUSILLAS: The Fat Controller will be causing a locomotion, when he alights at the Park to take control of the efficient running of the Thomas & Friends™ railway. Make tracks to Tidmouth Hault and enjoy photo opportunities with Sir Topham Hatt himself. For more information please telephone 01323 874100 or visit the website at www.drusillas.co.uk.

PULBOROUGH: The Annual Rackham Fete & Flower Show will be held on Bank Holiday from 2 pm at Rackham Old School (between Pulborough & Storrington). We have fancy dress, adults and children’s races, our famous giant slide and tea tent. There will be coconut shies, hoop-la, an amazing raffle, and much more.

ROFFEY Millennium Hall, Roffey, chair-based exercises with coffee and chat, Monday 10.45-11.45am. This class is a gentle mobilising, stretching and balancing programme. Wheelchairs and mobility buggies welcome. Call Sue on 01403 730783.

STORRINGTON & Pulborough District Rotary Club Car Boot Sale. A popular event for buyers and sellers - 8am to 12 noon - Storrington Library Car Park, Ryecroft Lane, Storrington. Free for buyers. Sellers: Cars £7, Vans from £10. Contact: Mike Webster on 01798 812764 to reserve your spot. All proceeds go to charitable causes supported by Rotary.

WISBOROUGH GREEN Horticultural and Craft Show at 2pm on Village Green. Entries to be submitted by Friday 23rd August. Exhibits to be staged ready for judging between 7am and 10.15am. Schedules available from Village Stores or on line Village website. Village Fete on the same day on the Green starting at 1pm.


MOCKBRIDGE: Walk. All welcome. Meet at 10am in lay-by 200 yards south of the Bull Inn on A281, Mockbridge, Shermanbury. Circular, sociable, HDC day walk, mostly flat, over farmland, lunch at Royal Oak, Wineham. Bring money, shoes or covers for boots. No dogs. 8 miles. 4 hours + lunch. Geoff 01403 258180 & Pat 240654.

Walk: A gentle 4/5 mile 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: All welcome, free, just turn-up at 11am in Rookwood Golf Club car park, Horsham (just off A24 at Robin Hood roundabout, TQ162318). Meet in reception. Flat, circular, 4 mile HDC Health Walk to Broadbridge Heath along part of the “Riverside Walk”. No dogs. 2 hours. Michael 07719 467861.