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4 What’s On What’s On - August 2011

This guide covers a range of free and paid-for events across our region. If you are organising something which you would like to publicise in a future issue or on our website please enter the full details on to our website at It is free of charge to list a local club society not-for-profit or charity event in Sussex Local Magazine or on our website and £20 + VAT for commercial listings to appear in all four editions - circ. of 21 000 homes (or free with a display advertisement).

** Please add September events to our website by 7th Aug.** CHARITY FUNDRAISING


Sun 07 Aug 11:00 am Pooh Bear Themed Sundays To raise funds for Chestnut Tree House

Hospice for Children. Younger visitors will get to

meet Pooh, Tigger and friends and share in their adventure on the Pooh Garden trail. Older visitors can explore the woodland setting, formal and informal gardens, hidden walkways and more. Taking place on 31st July and 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th August. At Pooh House & Gardens, Sandy Lane, Fittleworth RH20 1EH Adults £3.50 Children £1.00. Pre book family ticket £6.50 01798 865 409

Thu 11 Aug 7:30 pmMary How Trust Bingo Regular bingo evening in aid of the Mary How Trust for Cancer Prevention on the 2nd Thursday of every month. Great prizes; raffle & refreshments - and fun for everyone! Click on 'News & Events'. At Storrington Village Hall, 59 West Street, RH20 4DZ 50p Tel: 08452 410 956


Sun 21 Aug 1:00 pmSummer Fete & Cat Homing Show Doors open 1pm to 4pm. Cat Homing show in the hall, Summer Fete in Marques BBQ and Refreshments. At Clapham Village Hall, Contact Denise Cullip 01903 200332 shop.worthingcatsprotection@

Fri 05 Aug & Fri 02 Sep 2:00 pm Lymphoma Support Group The group is made up of individuals who are or have been affected by lymphoma in some way; whether patient, family member, friend or carer. If you would like to attend the meeting or would like further information about the group, please contact the Lymphoma Association's on freephone 0808 808 5555 or visit Southview Function Room (adjacent to the Shoreline Restaurant) Worthing Hospital Lyndhurst Rd BN11 2DH

Sat 20 Aug 10:30amSewing Open Day & Market Come and try a sewing machine and browse at our Sewing Open Day and Market. Learn about Broc (beautifully reconstructed original clothing) and see beautiful accessories for sale. Refreshments. At Heene Community Centre, Heene Rd, Worthing BN11 4PL Call Gail Whitney to book 01903 872873 or email or see


Mon 01 Aug 12:00 am Arun Art Exhibition A week long Exhibition by experienced local painters. The Exhibition is well known for its high standard. At Ferring Village Hall Ferring BN12 5JP Free. Donations to Hospice please Maureen Burt 01903 859828


Thu 11 - Sat 20 Aug 10.30 - 5.00pm (closes 3.30pm

on Sat 20th) Sussex Artists An extensive exhibition of selected Paintings, Sculptures and Pottery by professional and talented amateur artists from across the county. Drill Hall, Denne Road, Horsham RH12 1JF Free. Patsy Moore 01798 860956

Sun 14 Aug 10:00 amHarley Davidson Day This event will provide visitors with the opportunity to meet over 100 entrants and admire their Harley Davidsons. At Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre, Amberley, Nr Arundel. BN18 9LT Normal entry applies - see website 01798 831370

Sun 21 Aug 10:00 amCommercial Vehicle Day A splendid line up of pre-1968 commercial vehicles including lorries, vans steam vehicles, three- wheelers, motorcycle floats, tractors and more. At Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre, Amberley Nr Arundel BN18 9LT Normal entry applies - see website. Contact 01798 831370

Mon 22 - Mon 29 Aug 10:00 amArt Exhibition and Sale of Paintings & Prints Warm welcome guaranteed! St. Nicholas Hall Mill Road Arundel. (venue opposite lower Castle entrance)

Admission Free. Donation to St. Wilfrid's Hospice much appreciated. Contact Carole Keen 01243 584399

More events on - please contact event organisers to check for changes

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