In a friendly and supportive atmosphere these art courses are suitable for beginners and improvers.Intended to develop and improve observational drawing and painting skills.
For more information, contact Patricia Stefanski (Leader).
Club meets on fourth Thursday of month at 2.30pm in main hall of Woodlands Centre, Rustington.Arranged program of Demonstrations and social events. Membership available or guest entry.For everyone enjoying the art of flower arranging in good company.
For more information, contact MRS L. FRANCIS (HON. SECRETARY).
Phone: 01903 730435
Evening art classes for adults, meet at Angmering Community Centre on Weds & Thurs evenings, tutored 6 week courses in Watercolour and drawing. Friendly group with experienced, qualified tutor and artist. Suitable for beginners and improvers
For more information, contact Jane Denman (Manager/Tutor).
Phone: 01903 856999
A friendly amateur film making group which meets on 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month at 7.30pm in Ferring Village Hall. We welcome new members. Learn how to edit your family/holiday films. We run film competitions and social events.
For more information, contact Eileen Godfrey (Publicity Officer).
Phone: 01903 501656
We are a long standing friendly group of Patchworkers and Quilters with members from Bognor through to Shoreham. We meet monthly for mutual appreciation of our craft and have interesting speakers visiting us.
For more information, contact Esther Hardie (Web author).
Bognor CAN facilitates low or free activities to the families older people and young people from the deprived areas of Bognor Regis and also projects for community wide. We are the only charity of this kind in West Sussex.
For more information, contact Carol Fullick (Development Manager).
Phone: 01243 870406
Cancer Research UK, Rustington,3 Sterling Parade, The Street, Rustington BN16 3DR
We sell mainly second-hand goods that have been generously donated by the public. We accept a range of good quality items including clothing, jewellery, CDs and DVDs
For more information, contact Sue Linford (Volunteer Fundraiser).
Phone: 01903 787488
Cancer United is a local support group for all those whose lives have been touched by cancer. Its aim is to help people from diagnoses onwards with fun activities and coaching. The group is supported by Cancer United Shop in Wick Street Wick.
For more information, contact Jan Sheward (Director).
Phone: 07957 839505
Chestnut Tree House is the only childrens hospice in Sussex.We care for children with life limiting or life threatening illnesses providing support for the whole family.Please visit our website to learn how you can support us.
For more information, contact Caroline Roberts-Quigley (Community Fundraiser).
Phone: 01903 871844
Social Enterprise (registered, regulated Community Interest Company) to assist with Diabetes awareness, support, education, P2P groups and providing discounted Diabetes aids, such as Glucose Monitors and ICE tags via Charity Shops and internet.
For more information, contact Jools Chaffer (Chief Operating Officer).
Phone: 01903 868924
We are an enthusiastic group of 18-30 year olds. We socialise & raise money for our local community as well as internationally. Interested? Get in touch! Rotaract will give you the chance to try something new whilst supporting your local community.
For more information, contact Tom Silverson (Past President).
A safe, friendly and neutral place for children of separated families to have contact with their non-resident parent. Sessions are held on the 1st and 3rd Saturday morning of each month. Further details and referral forms can be found on our website.
For more information, contact Jackie Johnson (Co-ordinator).
Phone: 07467 195755
Aims: Protect and improve Amenities(i.e. Windmill),Stimulate interest in the appearance of Littlehampton area, Ensure preservation of worthwhile features, Encourage public participation in planning, Promote interest in conservation.
For more information, contact Angela Tester (Hon. Secretary).
We are a group of local men and women who form the local LIONs Club. We are part of the Lions International Organisation that has 1.35 million members worldwide, we are always looking for new members to help, see our website for more information.
For more information, contact Les Fuller (Club Secretary).
Phone: 0845 833 2748
The Phoenix International Charity is the independent fundraising arm of Phoenix trading. Supporting We are Macmillan Cancer Support, Together For Short Lives, Cancer Research UK & many more.
Please consider ordering Christmas Cards from me this year.
For more information, contact PAT HECKMAN (INDEPENDENT TRADER).
Phone: 07946 054 295
We provide essential services to local elderly residents - Community Meals and Good Neighbours. Additional volunteers are needed in Rustington, Littlehampton and Angmering. Could you kindly spare a lunchtime per week to check on someone in the area?
For more information, contact Daniel Swain (Community Development Worker).
Phone: 0845 600 5885
St Barnabas House is an independent charitable hospice located in Worthing. We provide end of life care services, both at the hospice and in the local community, including Rustington, to adults with advanced progressive life-limiting conditions.
For more information, contact Ben Hall (Voluntary Services Administrator).
Phone: 01903 706315
St Bridget’s is a residential home providing a range of services for adults with physical disabilities.
For more information, contact Carolyn Richards (Volunteer Coordinator).
We cover all of West Sussex and provide a range of mediation services to those suffering conflicts in their lives. Our FREE charitable work focuses on community conflicts such a neighbours in dispute. We also offer workplace & family mediation.
For more information, contact Nick Handley (Service Co-ordinator).
Phone: 01403 258900
Wadars has been operating for 41 years making over 5,000 visits each year responding to over 15,000 calls from the public regarding animals and birds in distress on our emergency number 0300 30 30 999. All of our funding comes from the local community
For more information, contact Tony Thorn (Fundraising Manager).
Phone: 0300 30 30 999
The Worthing and District Branch of the Cats Protection came into being in 1986. Its main purpose is to rescue unwanted cats and kittens and find new loving homes for them. The area we cover stretches from the Arun river in the west to the Adur river.
For more information, contact Rod Austin (Co-Ordinator).
Phone: 01903 200332
Rescue, rehome and sanctuary for guinea pigs. We have approximately room for 35 but can go up to 50. Homechecks carried out, donation and adoption form to be completed. Will only rehome to be a pair or a group. Can bond adult males. Based Angmering
For more information, contact Jenny Dorney (Manager).
A baby and toddler group for children up to school age and their carers. Every Monday, except Bank Holidays, term time only! Our Lady Star of the Sea Church Hall, Vermont Drive, BN16 1JU. 10 - 11.30am. 60p per family per week, includes a snack.
For more information, contact Celeste Amoo (Leader).
Pre School Ballet classes for 2 - 4 year olds. Introducing the basics of Ballet within a fun environment. Thursday mornings 9.30 - 10.10am at Angmering Community Centre. Free taster session 25th February. Term starts 3rd March. 4 weeks for £20.
For more information, contact Tracey Harman-Stewart (owner).
LOVE TO ACT & SING? AND AGED 6-18? Then join Sussex Youth Theatre & learn professional performance skills in a fun & friendly way. Every Wednesday 5.30–7.30pm. At East Preston & Kingston Village Hall. FREE taster sessions available for new students!
For more information, contact Mitch Jenkins (Artistic Director).
Phone: 01903 602 815
Mathemagical run weekly Parent & Toddler Classes at Angmering Community Centre on a Wednesday morning. Our award winning classes are all about making maths fun through songs, games, and play. FREE taster session for all new customers, 2-4 years old.
For more information, contact Emma Bullock (Marketing Director & Mathemagical Teacher).
Phone: 07787 534499
PlayMosaic are now at Angmering Community Centre!Come and play with us on Mondays after school from 4-5pm £4.50per child £3.50siblings 0-11yr olds Book 6 weeks get one free
Family play and learning, different activities each week.
For more information, contact Lisa Matthew (Director).
Phone: 07910 906 778
Rascals Childcare is a highly-rated, regulated childcare service providing a fun breakfast club, after school club and holiday play scheme for 4-12 year olds.
For more information, contact Tim Jackson (Owner).
Phone: 01903 772000
The BAH Club is a culmination of a shared vision and aspiration to provide a unique quality childcare setting that offers exceptional standards of childcare for children between the ages of 4 and 11 years within a nurturing homely environment.
For more information, contact Martin Duggan (Club Manager).
Phone: 07501 421771
Ticklemetoo Community Playschool is a term time, mornings only setting (9.30am-12.30pm)
Children aged 2+ are welcome, government funding accepted.
Please call or email to arrange a viewing of our bright, happy & stimulating environment.
For more information, contact Natalie Boyle (Playschool Manager).
Phone: 01903 787977
Twinkle Tots is a music group for the 0-5's. Making Music Fun for little ones. Lancing Thursday 930 0-18 months 1030 18+months, Worthing 930 0-18 months 1030 18+months. First Class FREE, come and join the fun!
For more information, contact Erin Raynrer (Director).
The William Older Playgroup is a charity offering early years education and lots of fun for children aged 2-5 in our excellent facilities (adj to St Margaret's School). We have sessions rom 8.50am to 5pm. We are OFSTED registered as 'outstanding'.
For more information, contact Fiona Carr (Administrator).
Project to create a Memorial Garden in a forgotten gravesite in Rustington so that relatives and the community can remember those 57 members of our community still buried on the site.
For more information, contact Sue Sula (Chairperson).
Show dates: Sweet Pea and Rose 25 June; Summer 20 August; Woodland Centre at 2.00pm. Evening meetings: Thursdays 8 September; 13 October; AGM 10 November at the Methodist Coffee Lounge Claigmar Road at 7.30.
Newcomers and old hands all welcome.
For more information, contact Mrs B Stubbings (Treasurer).
The RRA was founded in 1966 to provide a voice for the village in matters having a major effect on the environment - housing & commercial developments, traffic, policing and green issues.
Membership now exceeds 1900 households. Life Membership £10.
For more information, contact Auriel Wakeling (Chairman).
Phone: 01903 779025
Arun-Adur Ramblers, as part of "The Ramblers", is Britain's largest walking charity.
We organise weekly walks in our area, one of which will be right for you.
Please check our website, and find a walk that is convenient for you.
For more information, contact David Clark (Publicity Officer).
Phone: 01903 504900
Healthy exercises for senior citizens. Classes are held in the East Preston Village Hall. They all include tea and coffee afterwards for £3.50. Mondays 1-2.30 pm, Wednesdays 10-11.30am and Thursdays 10-11.15am. Come and join us, beginners welcome.
For more information, contact Sampson Fitness, Sarah Sampson (Sole Trader).
Phone: 01903 721563
YOGA! Whether you seek to lose weight, reduce stress, improve your posture, YOGA is a huge step in the right direction. 1-1 and small group sessions are offered in Rustington. For more information visit our website. www.platinum-healing.com
For more information, contact Kate Tyler (Therapist).
Phone: 07826 601 549
Wednesday meetings Woodlands Centre,Woodlands road, Rustington. 4.45pm & 6.00pm.
Helping our community for health and well being losing weight and feeling better. Every one welcome. Dianne Hopwood
For more information, contact Dianne Hopwood (leader).
You will find friendship, fun & fitness. All age groups welcome. At the Barn, English Martyrs Church, Goring Way, Worthing at 7.30, every Monday. All welcome.
For more information, contact Thea Francis (Chairman).
Phone: 01403 731120
Alina Homecare are a local company dedicated to providing excellent care at home. For full details of the services we provide please contact us or visit our Ash Lane office, above the Halifax. We cover Worthing to Littlehampton and surrounding areas.
For more information, contact Sally Cobby (Registered Manager).
Phone: 01903 759052
I plan to set up conversation groups for basic French and later a more advanced group. First meeting on Wednesday 29 March 2017 . venue available by PM message.
For more information, contact Gwen Gentry (Admin).
Phone: 01930 240 340
To convert a forgotten gravesite in Brookside Avenue Rustington into a Memorial Garden for the community and for the families to remember their loved ones. Contact me if you want to know more about the project or my Facebook group - Rustington Past and Present.
For more information, contact Sue Sula (Founder and Chairman).
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The Rustington Heritage Association promotes public interest in the history of our local community and environment. Regular talks are given by guest speakers on interesting and entertaining subjects relating to history and heritage.
For more information, contact Harry Clark (Chairman).
Phone: 01903 784792
A Social Media Group for members to post their own photos and share their memories of life in the village past and present - the aim to preserve the history of Rustington for generations to come.
For more information, contact Sue Sula (Founder).
We are a small,serious, but fun community choir...come & sing with us!for a small weekly fee you can make friends and hit some decent notes!We meet on Thursdays 17:45-18:45 at the Angmering Community Centre. No auditions & no need to read music.
For more information, contact Val Jerram (Curator).
Phone: (01903) 773982
A friendly group whose members enjoy listening to recordings of mainly classical music in company. Interesting programmes are given by members and invited presenters. Meetings are held at the Booker Hall, Rustington Hall, Station Road, Rustington
For more information, contact Dr John Allen (Programme Secretary).
Phone: 01903 782413
Choir est.13 years. We have 6-7 Concerts a year from Musicals to the Classics. We have raised over £75,000 for Charity. Rehearsals are Weds.at 7.30pm at St James Church in Littlehampton. If you enjoy singing come along. We also perform with our orchestra.
For more information, contact Chris Allen (Treasurer and Co-Founder).
Phone: 01243 582330
Mixed choir, performing 3 series of concerts annually - Easter(sacred music),Summer,(songs from musicals & shows) & Christmas, (Carol concerts). Also social events. Rehearsals on Wednesdays, 7:30 pm at Goring URC, Shaftesbury Ave, Worthing BN12 4EA
For more information, contact Andy Watson (Publicity Officer).
Phone: 07749 028612
A friendly club for anyone interested in gardening. We meet at 7.30 pm on the first Tuesday of each month (except Jan and Aug) at Angmering Village Hall. For details of talks and excursions see our website.
For more information, contact JOHN GOULDING (CHAIRKMAN).
Over 45 single, widowed or divorced and wanting to meet others in the same position, then come along to us on the first Monday of every month at 8p.m. at The George Inn, Felpham for a chat/disco. No membership req. Next meeting Mon 5 October.
For more information, contact Dianne Watts (Founder and organiser).
Phone: 01243 543281
The Ferring Horticultural Society was reformed in 1957,Monthly meetings are held in the Ferring Village Hall-7-30 on the first Thursday of each month.Three Flower Shows take place during the year,together with two coach outings to gardens of interest
For more information, contact Brian Rolfe (Secretary).
Phone: 01903 243513
Probus is a National Organisation that has regional clubs in most counties throughout the UK. Ferring
Probus is an all male club for retired businessmen, who meet twice a month for a coffee morning and a lunch.
For more information, contact John Dall (Publicity Officer).
Phone: 01903 248000
Membership is open to anyone over the age of 18 with an interest in the Guide/Scouting movement. We meet once a month with a varied programme of talks, activities and outings on 2nd Tuesday in the month at St Andrews Church Hall. All are welcome.
For more information, contact Mrs Ruth SIms (Chairman).
Phone: 01903 243 212
A variety of traditional pub sports, including Pool & Snooker, Bar Billiards, Dart Boards & Bingo on Sundays (8.15pm) Crib on Mondays, a Quiz on Tuesdays (8.30pm), Ladies Darts Thursday, Darts Friday, Saturdays meat raffle and evening entertainment.
For more information, contact Andrew Mackenzie (Entertainments Manager).
Phone: 01903 770172
This friendly Club for the visually impaired meets on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 2.30p.m. in the Coffee Lounge of the Rustington Methodist Church. We provide entertainment, interesting speakers and refreshments.
Transport could be arranged.
For more information, contact Brenda Bennett (Secretary).
Phone: 01903 782275
The Oddfellows social group meets monthly on Thursday evenings at Goring Methodist Church Hall and welcomes new members. As well as social activities, membership includes contributions to dental and optical charges. Contact for further details.
For more information, contact Janet Porter (Worthing Social Organiser).
Phone: 01903 504492
Angmering Junior Cricket Club play a mix of league fixtures and friendly games, and should have around 15 fixtures in 2013. The club welcomes 10-16 year olds to come along and try out cricket at one of our weekly training nights, held on Thursdays.
For more information, contact Jim Hughes (Club Captain).
Phone: 07778 493241
Angmering-on-Sea LTC has 7 floodlit tennis courts with three different surfaces, one mini tennis court, free floodlighting and balls provided for open sessions hosted by club professional. 10 adult and 2 junior teams. Coaching available. Bar.
For more information, contact (Club Administrator).
Phone: 01903 850553
A sailing club for those who enjoy sailing their small boats from the shore. We pride ourselves on a relaxed, friendly atmosphere and although we organise a busy racing schedule and an annual regatta weekend, the most important thing is to have fun!
For more information, contact Keith Bartlett (Membership Secretary).
Rustington Otters Football Club is one of the largest youth football clubs in the Arun district and and currently offers the opportunity of youth football to over 250 boys and girls from Under 6 to Under 18.
For more information, contact Elliott Crook (Club Secretary).
Sama Karate - the largest Kids Karate group in the UK.
Mondays after school at East Preston Infant's School. Thursdays after school at East Preston Junior School. Taught by professional CRB checked instructors. All classes £4. Pay as you go - no monthly costs.
For more information, contact Mat Hill (Area Instructor).
Phone: 01903 537272
West Sussex Golf Club is championship golf in Pulborough, Sussex, UK. We are heather and sand top golf course with two ball golf club, driving ranges, practice ranges, golf societies, golf green fees, golf courses, golf lessons, golf instructions and
For more information, contact Golf Club (Marketing Agent).
Worthing Pavilion Bowling Club We provide flat -green bowls both indoors and out doors. If you have never bowled or want to develop your bowling skillsfurther Bowls England coaches. We have a well stocked bar and very good catering facility join us
For more information, contact Malcolm Gilbey (Chairman).
Phone: 01903 820079
Petanque, known as French Boules is played at the West W.Club Titnore Way Titnore Lane Worthing BN13 3RT. The Club offers 3 Free Taster sessions which are held on Tues/Thurs/Sat. mornings from 10am. New members of all ages are most welcome. Try it!
For more information, contact DIANA M. HOLLIS (Mrs) (Committee Member - Publicity).
Phone: 01903 776387
Petanque, also known as Boules, played
at the W. Worthing Club Titnore Way Titnore Lane BN133RT on Tues/Thurs/Sat/ from 10am and Fri.from 7pm. All year round. All ages and gender. 3 'free' Taster sessions. Organised Group bookings. COME and TRY.
For more information, contact D. HOLLIS (Mrs) (Publicity).
Phone: 01903 776387
ExplorerUnit - Tuesdays, 20.00 - 22.00
Scouts - Fridays, 19.15 - 21.00
or Thursdays,19.15 - 21.00
Cubs - Wednesdays,18.30- 20.00
or Mondays, 18.30 - 20.00
Beavers-Tuesdays, 17.00 - 18.00
Thursdays, 17.15 - 18.30
For more information, contact Liz Hammond (Group Secretary).
Phone: 01903 783460
Girlguiding is a modern, trusted organisation for all girls and young women aged 5 to 25. It provides a unique girl-only space which helps them grow in self-confidence, learn new skills, gain new experiences, new friends - and have fun!
For more information about Girlguiding and to register interest for you or your daughter to join locally, please contact us via one of the following methods. Your details will be added to our Join Us system and a local Leader will contact you within 2 weeks to discuss your enquiry.
For more information, contact www.girlguiding.org.uk/interested (website has all the information).
Phone: 0800 1 69 59 01
Age UK West Sussex aims to help older people enjoy later life and live independantly in their own homes.We always welcome volunteers to help us achieve our aims.Volunteers visit and support clients in their own homes in this local area,can you help?
For more information, contact Kelly Compton (Good Neighbour Scheme Manager).
Phone: 01903 731800
The Cinnamon Trust is a charity manned by brilliant volunteers who give part of their free time to help with dog walking for elderly and terminally ill pet owners. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer please contact us.
For more information, contact Sally collins (Appeal Administrator).
Phone: 01736 758707
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