What’s on over the Bank Holiday weekend

May pole dancing planned over the weekend.
May pole dancing planned over the weekend.

LOOKING for something to do over the Bank Holiday weekend?

Below are just a few events that are planned.

With the uncertain weather it’s always best to check whether there are any changes or cancellations.

Bank Holiday Monday see Rusper May Day celebrations from 12.30pm - 5pm.

The day features a four mile cross country run at 2pm (including a Children’s Fun Race at 1.15pm). This race is suitable for runners of all abilities and there will be a wide range of prizes on offer.

For those less athletic, the festivities also include May Pole Dancing, Hog Roast, Punch & Judy, Classic Car show, steam engines, stalls, high value raffle prizes and much more.

Plaistow Preschool are raising money with the successful Maypole Fete for the 25th year running, also on Monday.

The fun starts at noon until 3pm.

The preschool say the event will be going on come rain or shine!

Amberley Museum and Heritage Centre is holding its Veteran and Classic Motorcycle Show on Sunday (May 6).

If you are looking for a bargain you may well pick one up at the Storrington Rotary Club car boot sale, in the library car park, from 8am.

Other events include:


CAR Boot Sale in aid of St Catherine’s Hospice, Southwater Playing Fields, on May 5. Sellers 7.30am, buyers 8.30am-12.30pm. For further information email: southwatercarboot.co.uk

MAY Day Celebration: The Ale Trail is being held at Cranleigh Arts Centre, 1 High Street, May 5, 11am-4pm. More information from 01483 278000 or www.cranleighartscentre.org


WALK: May 6: All welcome, free, just turn-up at 10am at RSPB Wiggonholt Overflow car park (TQ 061164). 5¼ mile hilly circular HDC Health Walk through Wiggonholt Common, past Parham Glider Field and through the spectacular Parham Park. Dogs allowed on a lead. 2 hours. Mick 01903 745971.

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