Souped-up barn dancing English style! With a different top-quality band and caller in the winter months. Fast, friendly fun for all.
This month we welcome back the COCK and BULL BAND on their 40th Anniversary year. With London-based Caller Mary Panton at the mic... going to be a blast!
Raising funds for MHA (Methodist Homes) Come and enjoy cake and a cuppa in a friendly environment. St Paul’s Coffee mornings are held on the 3rd Saturday of each month, supporting a different charity each time.
Explore the fantasy world of Fishers Farm at our ‘Once Upon a Fairytale’ week during February Half Term! Go on an epic adventure and find all the missing items in the fabulous fairytale trail… a treat will be waiting for you at the end!
Fishers Adventure Farm Park, Newpound Lane, Wisborough Green
Kids – Grab your wellies, get outside and have a splashing time this February half term! Competition times 11am & 2.30 pm Plus, try our Water Lab activities and visit the Welly Boot Camp with practice puddles.
This half-term come and a make a simple feeder to encourage birds into your garden. Its all about nature this half-term and spring is a busy time in for birds. Come and make a bird feeder in our potting shed that you can put up in your garden to encourage feather friends. Booking Not Needed.
Join students from the University of Brighton, who have been exploring and responding to the current MacDonald Gill exhibition, to create an own original zine that is based on a map of your imagination.
The gallery will host original artwork from the book The Lost Words. Taking the form of a collection of illustrated spells, the book celebrates the relationship between language and the living world, and natures power to spark the imagination.
In the North Gallery, to mark the Royal Academys 250th anniversary, Petworth House are highlighting ten works of painting and sculpture by founders and members of the Royal Academy such as Reynolds, Turner and Flaxman. Booking Not Needed. Children are welcome. Assistance Dogs only are welcome.
Playing with language, sounds and the rhythm of words, we’ll allow poetry to emerge from prompts and exercises. We will write together, share what we’ve written (if you want to) and listen to each other. Cost: £20 per workshop. Block booking discounts and gift vouchers available.
Jo Fooks & Ted Beament : Saxophonist Jo Fooks and pianist Ted Beament both had the pleasure of playing in Humphrey Lyttelton’s band; This afternoon they play an entertaining varied set of standards, as well as some tracks from their own albums.
Gardens of 3½ acres set around 1832 Regency house (not open). The front, formally laid out with topiary, wide lawn, mixed border, and contemporary water sculpture. The rear, features new and mature trees from C19, herbaceous borders, water garden and stunning uninterrupted views of the North Downs.
Sun 25 November 12-2.30pm Spotlight
Jazz Lunch with Live Jazz Musicians.
Enjoy some fantastic music alongside a traditional roast with a choice of meats followed by a dessert of your choice. Fish and vegetarian options available. Advance booking essential.
Tickets: £21.95 01293 553636
Vintage Fair in the picturesque village of Rogate just off the A272 between Petersfield and Midhurst. Full of vintage clothing, accessories, jewellery, toys, books, kitchenalia, china, glass, militaria, records, and much much more.
Serenity Fayres Working with Cancerwise to bring an inspirational event to soothe, cleanse and inspire your mind, body and spirit.
Offering you experiences in holistic well being therapies, skills in self-development, and a sense of spiritual understanding.
Felpham Community Hall, Meaden Way, Felpham, West Sussex
Ever wondered what magic happens after dark at the Gallery?
A special evening of storytelling and making inspired by our House of Fairytales display. Includes a not-quite-midnight snack.
Part of Pallant House Gallery’s series of events for February half term.
Pallant House Gallery 9 North Pallant Pallant House Gallery Chichester
Julian Nicholas is a highly renowned musician, composer and educator. He was a student and admirer of the great Bobby Wellins. Julian first came to recognition in the iconic ‘Loose Tubes’ in the 1990’s.