Telephone: 01903 746547

Opening hours: Monday - Thursday 10am - 1pm

Little Bears Pre-School

Monday   09:00 - 15:00

Tuesday   09:00 - 15:00

Wednesday   09:00 - 12:00

Thursday   09:00 - 12:00

Friday   09:00 - 15:00


Little Bears Pre-School is open to every family in the community with children aged between 2 and 4 years old, with an Ofsted rating of ‘Outstanding’. They have funded spaces available and offer flexible hours.

For further information and to obtain a prospectus and registration form please email.

Pilates with Lorraine

Monday   13:00 - 14:00 Mixed Ability 

Monday   14.20 - 15.20 Remedial

Lorraine is a specialist exercise professional and her Pilates classes using STOTT Pilate’s principles to help strengthen core muscles resulting in a stronger back, longer/leaner muscles reduce the risks of injury while doing everyday actives, relieves stress and increases good well-being. 

£8 per class/pay as you go. Booking is essential as maximum of 10 in a class for safe and effective sessions.


Lorraine Hannah


01903 742762


Sandgate Singers

Monday   19:00 - 22:00

Sandgate Singers are a four-part choir. If you like singing, come and join Storrington’s friendliest choir. No auditions or formalities – just come and sing!

We are always pleased to welcome new members, promising a happy atmosphere and some interesting musical programmes. An ability to read music is useful but in no way essential.


John Fisher

01903 741256


Sandra Wilson's School of Performing Arts

Tuesday   16:15 - 18:00

Thursday   16:15 - 18:30 

Sandra Wilson's school has been running for over 30 years and classes are ideal for both boys and girls between the ages of 4 to 18. They are held weekly during term time and each group will perform at least two shows per year.

Each class teaches a mixture of acting, singing and dance routines. All children will have a part in the production we are working on, reflective of their ability rather than age. Any child wishing to sing solo will be given the opportunity to do so.

During school holidays, Makin’ Moves has now been running successfully for 18 years and offers a variety of activities that include dance, drama, singing, art, sports and games. Children work in groups reflective of their age and ability. The children are encouraged to make the most of their talents and solo and group performances are a great boost to their confidence.

Storrington Amateur Dramatics Group

Tuesday   18:45 - 21:30

Thursday   19:30 - 23:00 

This amateur dramatic society are a group of people who like to entertain, create and share their love of the stage (and backstage). They generally put on three shows a year in March, June and a December pantomime, with a mix of comedy, farce, crime thriller, Whodunnit, and well-known straight plays. Our members are a range of ages, from early teens to “twilight teens” and take on a whole kaboodle of roles – on stage and off stage!

Visit their website: if you spot something you like, fancy joining them on stage, off stage, front of house or in the band then get in touch.

As Shakespeare once wrote, “All the worlds a stage” – and if it wasn’t for you the audience, it’d be a lonely one.

The Rotary Club Film Night

Every 2nd Wednesday   19:30

(2nd Tuesday in December) 

Storrington Film Nights are organised by the Rotary Club of Storrington & Pulborough District.

The next film, on Wednesday 12th April, will be “Mrs Harris Goes to Paris” starring Lesley Manville. The humorous story of a London housekeeper who thinks her lonely life might turn around if she can become the owner of a Christian Dior gown.

The May film, on Wednesday 10th, will be “Death On The Nile” starring Kenneth Branagh.

Tickets are £5, and are available from the Card Shop in Storrington. Any unsold tickets will be available on the door, on the night.

There is a Bar and a Raffle during the interval.

Anyone requiring transport should contact John Ollerton 07523 322554.



Ken Collins

01903 740745.

Sullington Windmills WI

Every 3rd Wednesday   19:30

(2nd Wednesday in December) 

The Storrington Windmills popular WI meetings feature a different speaker every month and offer an eclectic variety of talks. 

Their Institute was established in October 1969 and they have a membership of around 60 ladies, with a good range of ages and interests. 

Should you be tempted to take the plunge and visit them, you will be assured of a very warm welcome. There is plenty of off-street parking, disabled access, plus the hall has a hearing loop and we use a microphone at meetings.

Non-members are welcome to join them for three meetings at no cost. 

With Spring just around the corner, the Sullington Windmills look forward to welcoming Lucy Groves to their April meeting who will be speaking about "Storks at Knepp".

They would love to see you at one of their meetings, why not give them a try. You can just turn up or let them know in advance that you are coming.

Go on: what are you waiting for?!


The Flower Club

Every 4th Wednesday   13:00 - 17:00

(No meeting in August or December)  

Love flowers? Fancy trying something new or improving your flower arranging? Drop in on your local flower club. You’ll find a warm welcome, tips on flower arranging, demonstrations, hands-on sessions, friendly faces and a cuppa! 

Part of The National Association of Flower Arrangement Societies, The Storrington Flower Club meet once a month with a variety of guest speakers and teaching events. They are a friendly Club, welcoming new members and visitors alike. Visitors £6 including tea and biscuits following the demonstration.

They have a well-stocked Sales table including garden plants, a recycled book stall to browse over and a raffle - you may be lucky enough to win one of the designs to take home.

You do not have to be a flower arranger, just come along and enjoy an entertaining afternoon. 

April 26th is their AGM. On May 24th Gill Homer will be presenting a demonstration entitled "Dream Time" and on June 28th Linda Brayne will be presenting a demonstration entitled "Celebration of Senses". 


Chrissy Desmond 

01903 742102

Sandgate Conservation Society

Every 4th Wednesday   19:00 - 22:30

The beginnings of Sandgate Conservation Society were in the 1960s and early 1970s when local residents got together to campaign against the overdevelopment of the Sandgate area of the Parish of Sullington in West Sussex.  These early visionaries saved the wonderful bluebell woodlands, heathland, streams and ponds, which now form Sandgate Park, which would have been lost forever.

Once Sandgate Park was saved their members realised that work was needed to improve and enhance its wildlife and amenity value. This led to the start of their monthly field days to assist Horsham District Council to implement their management plan for the park.

For over 40 years the Society has also been holding field days to help the National Trust with the management of their sites in the locality, particularly the rare heathland habitat of Sullington Warren which was also saved from development.

Sandgate Conservation Society has a strong presence in the local community with members throughout Sullington, Storrington, Thakeham, Washington and beyond. However, they need more members. With an increasing local population and pressure to build more housing, the need to ensure that there are also sufficient green spaces for people to enjoy becomes more pressing. The more members they have the stronger is their voice. Why not join them?

Stitchers Craft Club

Thursday   09:45 - 12:15

Stitchers are a friendly and welcoming informal stitching class. 


Lynne Biggs

01903 743847


Stitches Comedy Club

Saturday 6th May 

Saturday 15th July

Saturday 14th October

Saturday 21st December 

Love laughing? So do Stitches Comedy Club!

That's why they only book the funniest comedians to perform in their comedy clubs, and they are now the fastest growing comedy club chain across the south, with regular comedy venues!

Regular TV faces from shows like Live At The Apollo and Mock The Week grace their line ups, through to top professional comedians touring the country and rising stars set for fame! They book the best line ups possible to make sure you have a hilarious fun night with friends! 


Every 1st Sunday   08:30 - 12:00 

Quaterly 08:30 - 16:00 

West Sussex Woodturners are an associated club of The Association of Woodturners of Great Britain. They were formed in 1987/88 by five Woodturners who met in each others workshops, initially to view and discuss their work and to share ideas and working practices. This has evolved into the over 120 club members we have today. .

They are a very friendly and popular club and always welcome membership enquiries. It doesn't matter whether you would like to start turning or have been turning for decades - all levels of experience are welcomed.

Anyone wishing to become a member is welcome to come along to one of their monthly meetings to see what they're about before applying for membership. It will help them to welcome you if you complete the form on their website let them know when to expect you.

Doors open 08:30, please check the 'programme' for event start times.

Circle Dancing

Thursday   14:15 - 16:15


Dancing in circles has persisted in some cultures since ancient times, being used to mark special occasions and strengthen communities.

Sue has many years of teaching experience, and a large repertoire of dances, including many from the rich and diverse traditions of countries such as Bulgaria, Ukraine, Greece and Israel, as well as newly choreographed dances to modern or classical music. 

Each session will introduce you to a variety of dances which may be gentle, reflective, or lively and energetic, and always to a range of beautiful music.

Suitable for any age and experience, but not young children in this group. All dances are taught and you don't need a partner. Wear soft shoes and loose, comfortable clothing.

£6 per drop-in session.



01903 744929


Storrington & District Museum

See Calendar for upcoming events.


Taylor Maid

Friday 14th April

Doors open 18:00

Storrington & District Museum regularly hold events at the Parish Hall. Check the calendar to see what is coming up. The next event at Hall will be:

"Storrington & District Museum presents... Taylor Maid"

Vintage Swing, Popular Jazz, Lively Fiddle Tunes, Latin & Music to make you smile!