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ello and welcome to the August edition of the Inside Shoreham and Southwick Magazine. Well, here we are in August! School is out and we are in the swing of summer breaks here and abroad. For us in Shoreham and Southwick, the weather has been amazing this year. I hope it will continue as we go into the last quarter of the year. We have all our contributors in this month’s issue offering advice from finance with Keith Relf and his team at Pembroke Financial advisors to local podiatrists First Foot Clinic. In our gardening article Mark Oakley advises on gardening for this month! Plus, local news on what is happening in the area. Stephen Boyle continues with his tips on taking good photos whether at home or when you go overseas on your travels. Many thanks to all the contributors to this month’s edition! Lots to read. I hope you enjoy whilst having a lovely cup of your favourite drink with maybe if I dare to say, a biscuit or a slice of cake. As we head into September, we would love to hear from you. So please let us know of any activity, which would be of interest to everyone in the area, for the next edition by 10th August for the September issue. We wish all our readers, local businesses and our lovely contributors to the magazine a lovely August and we will see you in September. Have a wonderful month!

August 2019

Inside this issue

New Lions’ Year, New Lions’ President! ................................4 Grand Rotary Charity Art and Craft Fair ..............................4 Affordable homes key to major Shoreham site .................6 Climate Emergency declared by Adur & Worthing Councils ......................................................8 Gardening – Be Ruthless! .....................................................10 First Foot Clinic – Verrucae ...................................................11 Photography – Expanding the Horizons ...........................12 Self-care in the Summer .......................................................14 Financial Advice – Embrace the Joy of Tidying ................15 Upgrade to Southwick sports facilities approved ...........16 Space Chase – Summer Reading Challenge 2019............18 Judy Upton – George Hackenschmidt ...............................20 Men’s Health – National Cycle to Work Day ......................22 New from Ropetackle Cinema.............................................23 Physiotherapy – The Body as a Kinetic Chain ...................24 Whats On Guide............................................................. 33 – 43

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ou may or may not know that the new Lions’ year starts on 1 July. This year, the retiring Lions’ President, Frances Burt, has handed over the reins to Lion Brian Teggart. Lion Brian has been a member of Adur East Lions for 9 years and now feels ready to lead the club forward. Here is a message from Brian: “Hi, my name is Brian Teggart. After working 42 years for British Rail Catering I retired in 2007. I decided I wasn’t ready to sit in my rocking chair, so in 2010 I joined Adur East Lions in order to help local causes. I was quite happy just to turn up and support the fundraising events doing my bit holding collecting tins. Little did I know where it would take me – • I am a Director and Trustee. • I am Chairman of both the Donkey Derby and Christmas fundraising committees. • I organise our Father Christmas Grotto at Mayberry Garden Centre and our car boot sale which also involves liaising with Adur District Council for permits. • I am Health and Safety Officer which entails writing risk assessments for all our events. • I am captain of our games team and caretaker of our garages where we store all the equipment needed for our events, (at the moment these garages are kindly provided free of charge by Adur District council and Adur Homes). Now to add to this list, I am to be Club President for 2019/2020. So much for just holding a collecting tin! I am looking forward to my year as President, enabling the continuation of Adur East Lions, who are a great bunch of people working and socialising together to help people in our local area, as well as supporting Lions International.”

As you can see, Brian is raring to go and his aim for the year is to increase membership to 30 (just two more members needed!). Adur East Lions Club is a warm and friendly group of people so if you are interested in finding out more you can ring 08458 337356, log onto the website, or visit the Facebook page

The Grand Rotary Charity Art and Craft Fair is coming back to Shoreham on 30 November 2019 for a Christmas Fund Raising Event!


he Rotary Club of Shoreham and Southwick will be organising another Grand Art and Craft Fair on 30th November 2019. It will be our fourth event and monies raised in the past have been distributed to support local charities. The Rotary Club is calling for artists and craftworkers to take a table and take part in the Grand Christmas Charity Arts and Crafts Fair at the Shoreham Centre Pond Road, Shoreham by Sea. All the Rotary profits from The Fair will go to a local charity and readers are welcome to suggest local charities who could benefit. The chosen charity will be able to promote their organisation at their own free stall on the day. This Rotary Art and Craft Fair supports artists and craftspeople giving them an inexpensive opportunity to display their work and meet the public. It helps develop display and promotion skills and provides a network of


like-minded people in the arts and crafts world. This is also an opportunity to continue the sale of high quality arts and crafts in our community and it will be a wonderful opportunity for shoppers to buy Christmas gifts. There will be 40 tables of excellent arts and craft at The Fair and tables still cost only £20. The only criteria is that the work must be made by the stallholder. The Rotary Club will also run a Tombola and delicious refreshments will be available. Artists and craftworkers can book their table/s by completing and returning the Booking Form or on Shoppers should watch out for more information nearer to the date. Readers can nominate their favourite local charity and project by contacting the Rotary Club of Shoreham and Southwick or by emailing Rotarian Hilary on To advertise call: 01273 452065 •

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Photography – Expanding the Horizons


have just returned from the largest photography festival in Europe. Les Rencontres De La Photographie is staged annually in the historic town of Arles, France and this year marked the 50th Anniversary of this major celebration of the art. This was my fifth visit to the festival and this year was certainly the biggest and the best with many internationally famous photographers exhibiting in the official festival and many, many more displaying their work as part of the fringe. Arles opens public buildings, churches, shops and restaurants for exhibitions on all scales. In 2015 disused railways sheds were demolished and replaced by huge warehouse-style buildings to house many exhibitions and installations on a huge scale. There are also many large projection screens where, as darkness falls, sequences of images are shown to large enthusiastic crowds. These shows are accompanied by DJs and live bands to give the night a party atmosphere. The styles and genres on show are wide-ranging. Social documentary, experimental, animation, landscape, still life, portraiture, abstract, street, fine art and creative to name but a few. So something for everyone. Photographers (including myself ) also paste, stick or hang their images on walls around the town. This is not entirely encouraged but is certainly tolerated by the authorities. My friends and I spent an hour decorating a wall in a busy street and were later told that we had pasted our work onto the side of the police offices! The pictures were not removed for the week that we were there so it must have been ok! The Festival started on 1st July and runs until 22nd September. So – how can you be inspired to make creative photographs? The word ‘Photography’ means drawing with light. So the first thing to think about is light. Good use of light will ‘lift’ your images and give contrast to monochrome, and saturation to the colour images. Directional light will give shadows which can be used to add interest in your pictures. Early morning or early evening light can create mood and atmosphere. I am often shown pictures and asked if they work best in colour or monochrome. The answer is often not that simple. A colour image containing a splash of red, for instance, will draw the eye of the viewer to the colour red. This then becomes the focal point of the image whether the photographer intended that to be the case or not. However converting the image to

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Have you ever looked at a room in your home and wondered how you accumulated so much stuff? You might well remember when you acquired each item, but the questions of… why? and... do I still need it?… can be more awkward to answer. What applies to household surplus can be just as relevant to excess baggage in your personal finances. But working out what investments, savings and insurance cover you have, why each one is there and whether you still need it can be a daunting task. For example: • Do you have any old stocks and shares Individual Savings Accounts ( ISAs) – perhaps they were even once Personal Equity Plans (PEPs) – bought in an end of tax year rush, long ago? • Do you have cash invested in bank or building society accounts opened more than a couple of years ago? • Do you have any pension plans where contributions have long since ceased and perhaps the provider has closed to new business?

We are Independent Financial Advisers and we are very good at helping clients to tidy up their finances, a process that can have a range of benefits. The poor relative value of some older, now outmoded, charging structures of financial ‘products’ such as pensions or ISAs now very often favours the consolidation of these plans into one, more economical, place and can make it easier to manage the investment strategy. For cash deposits, Financial Conduct Authority research from 2018 showed that accounts that were more than two and half years old typically paid less than half the interest rate offered by newly opened accounts. Let us help you spring clean your financial affairs – even if it is summertime! We can help and advise on all money matters – mortgages, pensions, investments, savings, life assurance and health insurances. Call us on 01273 774855 or email to

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Upgrade to Southwick sports facilities approved


ports enthusiasts will soon be celebrating after plans to create new football and tennis facilities at Southwick Leisure Centre were approved. Adur District Council’s Planning Committee have approved a £287,500 proposal to transform the run-down disused courts at the back of the site in Old Barn Way. A recreational size 3G football pitch with floodlights will be created on half of the site and be available to community groups and individuals for hire. The eastern section will also receive a major upgrade, with new surface, lines, nets and fencing giving the courts a much-needed facelift. Councillors backed the proposal for the Council-owned facility at a meeting this week (1st July 2019) with work on the outdoor space potentially starting this summer. Councillor Dave Simmons, Adur District Council’s Executive Member for Health and Wellbeing, said: “I’m delighted to see this proposal to transform a rundown disused space into new community facilities get the go ahead.” “This is a considerable investment in sporting facilities in the heart of our communities and I’m certain that when the new football pitches and tennis courts are complete, they will be well used by people of all ages.” A report to councillors outlined how the current courts have been disused for a number of years with weeds and broken fencing detracting from the rest of the Southwick Recreation Ground site. Plans for the new football pitch include 4.2 metre high rebound fences and an overhead net, along with eight metre high posts for floodlights. Acoustic fencing will reduce the impact of noise to neighbours while the facilities will only operate from 9am to 9pm on Mondays to Fridays and 9am to 8pm on weekends and public holidays. Councillor Carol Albury, Chairman of Adur District Council’s Planning Committee, said: “Good-quality recreation facilities are vital to support our communities which is why the committee were pleased

to give their support to the proposal. We understand the representations raised by neighbours which is why we have ensured conditions have been added to reduce the impact of noise while clearly outlining the operating times of the facility.”


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Plans to turn the disused tennis courts at Southwick Leisure Centre into new facilities have been approved. The old courts will be turned into football and tennis facilities.

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Get ready for an out-of-this-world adventure at your local library! This year’s Summer Reading Challenge takes place in space,adventure in celebration of 50th anniversary of the first Moon Get ready for an out-of-this-world atthe your local library! landing. The Rockets are a futuristic family living in space and they are hot on the trail of a mischievous band of aliens. Books have mysteriously started to vanish from the Moon Library but the Rockets are on the case and, with This year’s Summer Reading Challenge takes place in space, in celebration of the Getfrom ready fortaking an out-of-this-world atmissing yourbooks. local library! lots of help children part in the challenge, theyadventure hope to find the 50th Chase: anniversary of the firstChallenge Moon landing. The Rockets a futuristic Space the Summer Reading starts in your local library onare Saturday 13 Julyfamily 2019. 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George Hackenschmidt


n the 1900s, wrestling was a popular international sport that packed out music halls and theatres. Crowds flocked to see their icons fight each other, making wrestling as huge as football is today. Wrestling’s greatest champion, the strongest man in the world at the time, and also a weightlifting champion, was the ‘Russian Lion’ George Karl Julius Hackenschmidt. He was born on the 1st of August 1877 in Dorpat, Livonia, a country in the Russian Empire, which is now part of modern Estonia. His father was George Friedrich Heinrich Hackenschmidt, and came from the German Baltic. His mother Ida Louise Johansson was of Estonian Swedish heritage. From childhood, George Hackenschmidt was committed to bodybuilding. At the secondary science school in Dorpat he excelled at cycling, gymnastics, swimming, athletics and weightlifting. In 1895, aged 18, Hackenschmidt left school to become a blacksmith’s apprentice in a factory owned by Lausmann engineering in the city of Reval. (The city is now known as Tallinn, the Estonian capital) A keen sportsman, his first success came as a champion cyclist. In 1896 fellow countryman Georg Lurich, strongman and wrestler visited the city and set down a challenge to anyone who thought they could beat him in a match. Greco-Roman wrestling was a highly competitive technical sport and the impressively built, but inexperienced Hackenschmidt lost to Lurich. Against his parents’ wishes, Hackenschmidt left Reval in 1898 for St. Petersburg to pursue his wrestling career. His first win was against the French wrestler Paul Pons. In 1899 after five months national service in the Russian Emperor’s elite lifeguards, Hackenschmidt won the Russian wrestling championship. In 1900 after a forty-day tournament Hackenschmidt won both the Moscow and the St Petersburg championship titles. In 1901 he won the world championship in Vienna and defended it successfully in Paris that same year. Hackenschmidt moved to and toured England in 1903. He was a down to earth in his wrestling style and was too fast in defeating challengers to the dismay of promoters. His manager, the Sussex born and Brighton educated C. B. Cochran persuaded him to slow his bouts down to ensure further bookings and sell-out matches. So Hackenschmidt would let a local favourite last ten minutes to build on their mutual reputations and to market future appearances. Local contenders would accept the challenge of an international wrestler in the hope of winning £25. Hackenschmidt often wrestled in five matches on the same night easily defeating every challenger. On the 30th of January 1904, London traffic was at a standstill as spectators flocked to Olympia to see George Hackenschmidt, the ‘Russian Lion’ v the ‘Terrible Turk’, Ahmed Madrali. Madrali was thought to be the only man who could beat Hackenschmidt. The fight lasted two minutes and ended abruptly due to Madrali dislocating his shoulder. On the 2nd of July 1904, American heavyweight champion Tom Jenkins wrestled with Hackenschmidt at the packed Royal Albert Hall. Jenkins proved tougher than expected until he was pinned twice by Hackenschmidt to win the night. The sold out rematch was at Madison Square Garden in 1905. It lasted fifty-three minutes. Jenkins was felled twice and Hackenschmidt became the world heavyweight champion. After this the two wrestlers became lifelong friends.


Before his 1905 match with Scottish wrestler Alexander Munro, George Hackenschmidt had reached the peak of his bodybuilding prowess. He measured an impressive five foot nine inches and weighed in at sixteen stone. He had a neck size of twenty-two inches, a chest fifty-two inches wide, on top of his modest thirty-four inch waist. Hackenschmidt retired from wrestling in 1911 aged 34. By then his matches were front-page news worldwide and ticket sales in America for one match exceeded $87,000. Postcards bore his image. He had set several weightlifting records and devised the fitness exercise known as the Hack Squat. He lived in Bungalow Town near Widewater on Shoreham beach, but found the shingle not to his liking when he went for a swim. He was known to be able to run 7 miles in 45 minutes, even into his 80’s and was a physical education instructor to the House of Lords Hackenschmidt spoke seven languages and was a vegetarian. He never ate cooked food or eggs. Instead he consumed fruit, nuts, and raw vegetables. He drank 11 pints of milk a day, but didn’t drink alcohol and coffee, or smoke. His strict diet, training regime, fitness books and biography, written in 1909, the 1930’s and 40’s are still bestsellers that are used by sport stars today. Judy Upton Refs: Wikipedia Estonia World ‘Bungalow Town’ by Neb Wolters

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Men’s Health: National Cycle to Work Day August 8th 2019

Is Cycling Bad for Men’s Health?

This year, on 8th August 2019, National Cycle to Work Day, the UK’s biggest cycle commuting event, is encouraging thousands of enthusiastic riders to hit the streets to celebrate everyday cycling. Cycling has seen an increase in popularity over the last few years with great local events like the Velo South and triathlons across the county. Cycling is a fun and effective form of exercise, but some worry that pressure from a bicycle saddle can cause urinary, sexual, prostate problems and can even increase your risk of prostate cancer. Although some clinical studies show that side effects of bicycle riding in men can include genital numbness and in rare cases infertility, impotence, blood in the urine, inflammation of the prostate, and elevated PSA levels, do the pros of an active lifestyle outweigh the risks? As a keen cyclist, Simon Woodhams, Consultant Urologist joined his colleagues last year to raise over £30,000 for local urology services, taking part in their own version of the cancelled Velo South. He explains, ‘The prostatespecific antigen, or PSA, test is the current gold standard for identifying prostate cancer. Although studies are mixed about the effects of cycling on the PSA test, a few have linked bicycling riding to temporary elevated PSA levels, which could lead to a false screening. If you are concerned about the possibility and have an upcoming PSA test, you may consider avoiding cycling before blood sampling. Regular bicycle riding does not cause prostate cancer, and it may even reduce your risk for developing it.’ ‘If you have a chronic prostate problem that’s provoked by using a conventional seat, you can switch to a recumbent seat. ‘Noseless’ bicycle saddles can reduce numbness, pressure and genital discomfort in male cyclists. A traditional bike saddle puts 25% to 40% of your body’s weight on the nerves and blood vessels down there, but a no-nose saddle shifts that weight toward the sit bones.’ 22

A lack of exercise and eating a high-fat diet are two risk factors for developing prostate cancer that you can control. Other risk factors include your age, race, genetics and family history. Mr Woodhams concludes that, ‘Men who get the most exercise have a lower incidence of prostate cancer when compared with men who get little or no exercise. Exercising on most days of the week can help you lower your risk of developing prostate cancer. Bicycle riding is an excellent form of exercise and will not increase your risk of prostate cancer. Other ways to reduce your risk of prostate cancer are staying at a healthy weight and eating a well-balanced, healthy diet that includes plenty of fruits, vegetables and whole-grain foods.’ For more information visit

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The Body as a Kinetic Chain

This month we will be looking at how experiencing pain in one area of the body may be caused from a different area in the body through the myofascial system.

What is the Myofascial System?

The myofascial system is a system of connective tissue that covers joint and muscle in a particular pattern. There are a number of different myofascial planes or paths that the tissues

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follow. What the myofascial system demonstrates is that this connective tissue joins the joints of our body in a kind of chain. The importance of this is that if we feel a pain, the area we experience pain in may be affected by a joint or muscle on the path of the connect tissue in a different location. Our bodies are designed to behave mechanically in a natural pattern that allows us to walk, run, jump, squat, bend etc. and if there are any restrictions in certain joints, caused by tight connective tissue, then it has an impact on how we move. One example is after suffering with an ankle injury, we may develop stiffness or lack of movement in the bones of the ankle and foot, and due to this lack of movement we develop tight connective tissue, which impacts on how our muscles perform. Having a stiff ankle can lead to developing a limp or an alternate gait, which can then cause knee, hip or lower back pain. When clients visit my practice, they may be presenting with a knee or a lower back injury, and may no longer be suffering with ankle pain from a previous historic event. But if we do not assess their ankle mobility, we would miss an important issue that could be the cause of their problem. When doing a physical examination, and assessing joint and muscle ranges, we can determine whether any abnormalities or restrictions can be affecting the symptoms you are suffering with, which may or may not be local to where your pain is. Once we’ve established the cause of your pain, we can treat the real issue by using deep tissue massage and joint mobilization techniques, and by prescribing exercises to restore normal range and function. Acupuncture can be another very effective way to release myofascial tightness, and active release. If you have been suffering with pain and cannot seem to get to the bottom of your problem then email me your query at, call 01273 741515 or book online at To advertise call: 01273 452065 •

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If you require general chiropody or need rehabilitation for a specific low limb, foot and ankle injuries, Ian Linane BSc, our experienced and HCPC registered podiatrist, will be able to assess this and provide help for you. Ian’s reputation for successful treatment of general chiropody concerns, as well as various injuries to the low limb, foot and ankle draws clients of all ages and activities from around Sussex as well as other parts of the UK.

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MONDAY Steyning bowls club

Free Bowls taster sessions every week at 1.50pm. Memorial Recreation Ground. You only need flat shoes/trainers to try bowls. For more info or contact Mary on 01273 887953


Gentle exercise class, board games, speakers and refreshments for the over 50s. Marsh House, Southwick, BN42 4DL 10–12.30. Contact Peter Hornsby on 07904-976736

The Group

Open for snacks, lunches, internet access, exercise etc. Mornings. 07919-651212.

A Sussex club for unattached men and women, aged 50+. The Group is not a dating organisation but it is an opportunity to meet new people. Meets at a pub in Worthing from 6th May, and then the first Mon evening of every month.




Dance your way to fitness and have fun. 11.30am. The Shoreham Centre. 07860-136455

Silver Swans ballet classes

For over 55s. The Shoreham Community Centre. 9.30–10.30am. Contact Amanda on 07523 200381 or email


The Southwick Community Centre, Southwick 8–10pm. Contact Val on 01273-880097


St. Julian’s Church Hall, Rectory Rd, Shoreham 8–10pm (excluding Bank Holidays) Membership £1 pa / Fees £1 per session Contact Mrs Holroyd on 01273-415557


Fun, friendly dance classes covering a variety of styles. The Shoreham Centre, Pond Rd 6.15–7.15pm. Contact Lisa on 07939-248871


Choir sing a mixture of classical favourites, carols, musicals and anthems. St Peters Church Hall, Shoreham 7.15–9.15pm. 01273-736476


Music & movement group for pre-school children & their parents/grandparents. Parish Centre, 1 New Rd. 9.30am


Fun friendly outdoor choir that sings songs inspired by the seasons and nature. Shoreham Centre. 7.45–9.15pm term time only £6 per session paid termly £7 “drop-in” rate, first one FREE! Contact Rebecca Askew on 07977-220396


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Guest speakers, exhibitions of postage stamps and postcards. Southwick. 7.30pm on the 3rd Mon of each mth Contact Bob Knight on 01273-592518


For those struggling with their grief. The Shoreham Centre 2nd and 4th Mon, exc Bank Hols 2.30–3.30pm. 03003-119959


Come and learn about First Aid 7.30–9.30pm. Details from


The Coffee Club at various locations Alternate Tues mornings


Transformational and caring. Ropetackle Arts Centre, Shoreham 11.30–12.30pm – Beginners 12.30–1.30pm – Progressions 11.30–1.30 – Immersion 07866-954432

Garden Room, Southwick Community Centre 7.30pm on the 1st Tues of the mth Contact Julie on 01273-596707


St Michaels Church Hall 7.30pm on the 2nd Tues of each mth Contact Toni on 01323-655117 Find us on Facebook.

Improve core strength, help back problems, increase flexibility, aid mindfulness. 9.30am Brooks Dance Studio, Lancing 6pm Harbour Club, Shoreham Contact Sharon on 07969-610030




Shoreham Baptist Church, Western Rd, Shoreham Kids (primary) 6.15–7pm (£1) Youth (high school) 6.45–7.45pm (£1) Adults 8–9.30pm (£2) 01273-453777

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Strengthen, stretch and relax both body and mind. The Huntingdon Hall, Shoreham Free Church, Buckingham Rd, Shoreham 7–8.30pm. Contact Rachael on 07779-627756 Achieve strength, flexibility and improved posture. Shoreham Centre. 9.30-10.30am. £6 per class. Phone ahead to avoid disappointment. 07780-660942


Shoreham Centre, Pond Rd. 7.15pm Contact Chris on 07801-820376


PiYo combines pilates and yoga to create dynamic, flowing sequences St Nick’s & St Mary’s Primary School, Eastern Ave, Shoreham. 7–8pm. £5 Contact Gemma at

Community dances from around the world to beautiful music. The Shoreham Centre 2pm on the 1st and 3rd Tues of each mth



A toddler dance class for children walking until 4yrs old. The Shoreham Centre, Pond Rd, BN43 5WU. £5 per child with discounts for siblings and no charge for babies. 10.15am term time only Contact Kat on 01273-463120 / 07809-437703. Facebook @ Dinki Dancers & Dinki Dance Parties


Activities include group trips, exhibitions, presentations, competitions and workshops. Village Hall, High St, Upper Beeding, BN44 3WN 7.30pm, Sept–May


Lively, fun music group for babies, toddlers and pre-school children. Swiss Cottage pub, Old Shoreham Rd, Shoreham. 10.30-11.45am £4.50 per child, £1 for extra siblings/ adult Contact Sarah on 07710-940276 facebook@totsthatrock

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Beginners and Improvers classes / courses and social dancing for all levels. Classes £7. 07968-169908


Like writing stories / poems? Join our small informal group meeting The Snug Bar at The Crab Tree Inn. 7–9 pm Contact George on 01273-273284 / 07530-646570


We are a friendly sociable art group, Try out fun techniques and crafts. 11–1 on the second Tues of each mth 07870-571079


We will help you prepare your puppy/dog for the show ring. St Julian’s Hall, Rectory Rd 7–9pm Contact Elaine Ward on 01903-755062


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Each month we have a guest speaker (many TV celebs). Worthing Lecture Theatre 7.30–9pm on 1st Tues of each mth 07984-403890


MS Centre, Southwick Recreation Ground, Croft Ave, Southwick, BN42 4AB 7.30pm on the 4th Tues of each mth (exc. Dec)


EBU Affiliated Duplicate Bridge Club. No partner required. The Hall of the Church of The Good Shepherd, Shoreham Beach. 1.30pm Contact Bob & Kathy Whiting on 01403-711707


A community club offering casual and competitive Table Tennis. From 7.15pm. Lancing Manor Leisure Centre Contact Stuart on 07505-113040


Beginners and experienced lace makers. 9.45–11.45am. Southwick Community Centre Contact Rosemary Brown on 01273-591346


Each month we invite a guest speaker, many well known TV celebs. Worthing Lecture Theatre. 7.30–9pm on the 1st Tues of each mth Non-members £5pp or £30 p.a. 07984 403890


Routines to loosen joints, strengthen muscles and improve circulation. Oasis Christian Fellowship, Hangleton Way, Hove 2–2.45pm. £4 per session. Contact Susan on 01273–249600

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Achieve strength, flexibility and improved posture. Yoga and Wellness Rooms. 9.30-10.30am. £7 per class. Phone ahead to avoid disappointment. 07780-660942


Two mixed ability drop-in Pilates classes. The Shoreham Centre 9.30am and 11am. Class £5. Contact Jenny on 07999-846813


Fun with Rhymes, songs and musical instruments for babies and toddlers. Free! 11am Southwick Library 10.15 and 11.30am Shoreham Library


Drop-in group for school aged children to help them with their grief using art/play. The Hub, Upper Beeding BN44 3HP 3.30–5pm term time only. 03001-19959


Award winning creative sessions for children 6mth–5yrs. Mornings. RNLI Lifeboat Station Shoreham



A Christian organisation for girls aged between 4–18 years of age. Southwick Methodist Church, Manor Hall Rd, Southwick. 5.45–9pm term time only. 01273-597660

St John Ambulance Hall, the Twitten, Southwick 7.30–9.30pm. £3 each (1st Night free). Contact Wendy on 01273-594049




Mainly up-to-date Sequence with new dances taught. Quayside, Upper Kingston Lane, Southwick, BN42 4RE. 1.45–4.15pm. Contact Clive on 01273-410438


PiYo combines pilates and yoga to create dynamic, flowing sequences St Peter’s Church West St, Shoreham 6–6.50pm. £5 Contact Gemma at


Acoustic multi-instrumental trio playing traditional music. Duke of Wellington, Shoreham 7.30–10pm. Free.


The Old School House Ham Rd, Shoreham 10am–12pm. £1.50 per session with refreshments/biscuits. 01903-854980


Guest speakers give varied talks. Social afternoons, Outings. St Giles Church Hall, Upper Shoreham Rd, Shoreham 2.30–4.30pm on the first Wed of every mth Contact Julia on 01273-884049


Clothes, Gifts, Bric a Brac, Craft, Jewellery, Collectables and lots more. The Shoreham Centre run by Shoreham Community Trust. 9am–12 for customers, 8am for traders 01273-454686


Evenings in Worthing. 07963-959262


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New members (over 16s) always welcome. Come and have a go. 7.30pm in Shoreham Contact Cindy on 01273-455499


Love running? Want to start running? Bar area, Lancing Impulse Leisure Centre 6.30pm, warm up at 6.45 and finish at 8ish Contact Claire on 07751-123232 / Facebook


Room 2, The Shoreham Centre, Shoreham 10–12.30 drop in for a cuppa & chat 1.30–3.30 bingo Contact Peter Hornsby at Age UK West Sussex on 07904-976736


We hold monthly meetings & social outings, plus annual reunions. Castle Inn Hotel, Bramber 11.30am – 1pm on 4th Wed of each mth Contact Gerry Mitchell on 01903 816576

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Achieve core strength and improved posture. Shoreham Centre. 9.30-10.30am. £6 per class. Phone ahead to avoid disappointment. 07780-660942


Lunch and a speaker. The Southwick Bowls Club, Old Barn Way, Southwick 12.30–3.30pm on the last Wed of each mth


Enjoy painting and drawing in an informal, friendly atmosphere. 7.30–9.30pm. Southwick Community Centre Contact John Young on 01273-885302


Beginners and established quilters welcome. The Deall Room, Southwick Community Centre 10am-12midday on 1st Wed of each mth. Annual fee £15. Contact Margaret Holden on 01273-454971 or Angela Avis on 01273-595369


The Shoreham Centre, Pond Rd, and Shoreham 8–11pm. Contact Ian on 07973-253622

As you are – 8 week Anger Management Course 6.30–8.30pm. 07752-754859


St Peters Church, West St, Shoreham 7–8pm. £5 with the 11th class free. Contact email Gemma on 07429-610899

New friendly, funky classes specialising in Musical Theatre and current Pop Tunes. Church of Good Shepherd Hall, Shoreham Beach. Shoreham 3.45–4.30pm. Age 5–8 years. 4.40–5.25pm. Age 9–13years. Contact Sam on 07865-081190

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West St Loft 9.30–10.45am Classic Yoga term time only Contact Abi at






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7.15–8.30. £8 drop in Contact Lynne on 07515-917169


A fusion of yoga and Margaret Morris contemporary dance movement to music. Adur Indoor Bowls Club next door to Impulse & Southwick football club 9.30–11.00am. 1st class free. Contact Faye on 01903-812481 or the Secretary (Mrs Pat Channen) on 01273-592867


A fun filled dance fitness designed for everyone! Glebe Primary School, Church Lane 6.30pm. £6 a class. Contact Chloe on 07849-303706


Southwick Library 2.15–2.45pm. Free.


A Christian organisation for boys school ages Reception to Year 12 Southwick Methodist Church 6–9.30pm term time only. 01273-594012 and search ‘Church Life’ – ‘Boys’ Brigade’


RAD Ballet and contemporary dance classes. West Street Loft. Afternoons in term time. Contact Lucy on 07817-398215


Badgers and Cadets from 6pm Details from


Shoreham Methodist Church Hall. 2–4.30pm 01903-535154


The Burlington Hotel, Marine Parade, Worthing, BN11 3QL. 1st and 3rd Thurs each mth Arrive for 7.15pm, Start 7.30pm, Finish 9.30pm. Contact Meg Heyworth on 07940-838422



Routines to loosen joints, strengthen muscles and improve circulation. Oasis Christian Fellowship, Hangleton Way, Hove 10.30–11.15am. £4 per session. Contact Susan on 01273–249600 Shoreham Library. 10–12 on 1st Thurs of every mth Brenda Slater at


Tom Foolery Coffee Company, Shoreham 7.30–9.30pm on 2nd Thurs of each mth. £6 on the door.


Sequence dance tuition. St. John Ambulance Hall, The Twitten, Southwick 1pm Beginners / 2.45pm Advanced. £2.50 per session. Contact Mike on 01273-592194





Find out more about an apprenticeship in the Electrical or Plumbing and Gas Industry. 6th June. Tungsten Training Centre 01273 934278 /


Fun, friendly dance classes covering a variety of styles. The Shoreham Centre, Pond Rd Keep fit with the FitSteps class 12.15–1.15pm. Contact Lisa on 07939-248871

Free Bowls

Free Taster sessions during May. Steyning Bowls Club, Memorial Field. 6pm Contact Mary on 01273 887953


Friendship and Food with a Speaker. Methodist Church Large Hall. 01273-596374


Improve core strength, help back problems, increase flexibility, aid mindfulness. 9.30am. Southwick Community Church Contact Sharon on 07969-610030

Room 8, The Shoreham Centre. 2–4pm. Annual membership £40 inc. refreshments.

plus Hebrew beer launch with entertainment from the Sussex Knucker Band – we are hosting a beer talk where we will discuss the modern history of beer. Featuring guest speakers from the industry, we will cover the ‘Big Six’ & their subsequent break up. 6.30pm Thurs 20th Jun.


Perfect for anyone with psychic or spiritual leanings. Alternate Thurs evenings Contact Jeremy or Pam on 01903-209938

Ladies a cappella close-harmony chorus. 7.15–9.30pm. Southwick Community Church, Roman Cres, Southwick BN42 4TY, email:


Have a chat and meet new people. Southwick Library – 2.30pm on last Thurs of the mth. Free. Shoreham Library – 1.30pm on every other Thurs, or 1.30pm fortnightly. Free.


7.30–9.30pm. The Methodist Church, Brunswick Rd, Shoreham Contact Isabel Costello at


Illustrated presentations about musicians/styles from the history of Jazz. Southwick Community Centre (Porter Room) 24 Southwick St, BN42 4TE 7.30pm on 2nd Thurs of every mth Contact John Speight on 01273-732782

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The Shoreham Centre, 2 Pond Rd, Shoreham Mixed-ability classes. 6.30–7.30pm. Drop-in classes £8. Block of 5 – £35. Block of 12 – £70. Contact Christa on 07948-976196 Facebook Christa Frank Yoga & Crafts


Excellent for wellbeing and relaxation. Church of the Good Shepherd Hall, Kings Walk, Shoreham Beach 7.45–8.45pm. £6 per session. First lesson free. Contact Derek on


Carers and Toddlers Singing Group (0–school age). Southwick Methodist Church Hall, Manor Hall Rd, Southwick 9.30–11am term time only. £1 per adult and £1 per child. Contact Yvonne on 07758-325556


Pre-school playgroup with toys, snacks and drinks for parents and children St Peter’s Catholic Church, Shoreham 9.30–11.30. £2.50 per child.


Lively, fun music group for babies, toddlers and pre-school children. The Longshore pub, Brighton Rd, Shoreham 10.30-11.45am £4.50 per child, £1 for extra siblings/ adult. Contact Sarah on 07710-940276 facebook @totsthatrock



Open for snacks, lunches, internet access, exercise etc. Mornings. 07919-651212


New members welcome. Bring a partner. 7pm for 7.15pm. Southwick Community Centre. Contact Margaret Maslin 01273 461889 or just turn up.


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Dance your way to fitness and have fun. 11am The West St Loft 1.30pm The Shoreham Centre 07860-136455.


Talks, raffle, refreshments. St Peter’s Church Hall, West St, Shoreham 7.30pm on 1st Fri of each mth Contact Mavis on 01273-464324


Porter Room, Southwick Community Centre 9–11.45am


Southwick Community Centre 9–1pm Indoor Table-Top Sale 10am–2pm Cafe Open 01273-592819


A great way to keep fit tapping to cool music. 9.30–10.30am. Brooks Dance Studio, Lancing Contact Debbie on 07710-638587


9–11.30. St Giles Church Hall Contact Susan on 07813-976166 or Sarah on 01273-462100


Any person who has been affected by a stroke (& their carer if necessary) is welcome. Marsh House, Park Lane, Southwick. 2–4pm Contact Paul on 07879-625199


Wudang Style. Room 8, Shoreham Community Centre, Pond Rd 2–3pm. £5.


Ages 5–11, for fun games, arts and crafts and much more. Shoreham Methodist Church, Brunswick Rd, Shoreham. 6pm term time only Contact Steve on 07773-3054690 boysbrigade@shoreham.adursectormethodist.


A fun filled dance fitness designed for everyone! Southwick Christian Church, Southwick. 9.30am. £6 a class. Contact Chloe on 07849-303706


St Giles Church, Upper Shoreham Rd, Shoreham 3–5pm on 4th Sat of the mth Contact Father James on 01273-979811


The café serves cakes/lunches plus stalls for local businesses to sell products. Wiston, BN44 3DW. Last Sat of the mth


Shoreham Beach Local Nature Reserve exhibition

Enjoy some craft and fun activities, listen to a story, sing and meet new people. Southwick Methodist Church, Manor Hall Rd, Southwick. 3–5.30pm on 3rd Sat of each mth, (exc Aug & Dec) Contact Julie on 07821-335104

Come and find out why this area, a globally rare habitat on your doorstep, is so special. Marlipins Museum (upstairs )36 High St, Shoreham-by-Sea BN43 5DA During May and June. Museum entry fee is 50p


Small, free Anger Management groups, running for 10 wks. 07952-754859.


Free debt centre in Shoreham. To book an appointment and to receive free debt counselling ring 0800-3280006.

Room 2, Shoreham Community Centre 10–11am. £6 per session. Contact Tracy on 07793-115138 Let your children bring out their creative flair for 5–12 years old. The Shoreham Centre 10–11am term time only. Cost £6. or visit our Facebook page for more details.


St John’s Ambulance Society building, Shoreham. 10–11am. 01273-453787


6.30–8pm. West St Loft Restorative Yin Yoga term time only Contact Abi at




Classes open to all in Worthing, Brighton, Haywards Heath, Burgess Hill, Bognor Regis. Contact Vikkie on 07900-681355. /


Mthly meetings in Shoreham. Come along to an evening of lively debate about art and artists. Contact Tim on 07713-251465



Remarkable, playing-based piano program, lessons in Southwick. Contact Simon, New Song Studios on 01273-024284


A fun, relaxing and crafty evening with different crafts. Mthly at the Waterside Pub, Shoreham. Booking Essential.

2nd Sun of each mth. Local, national and international ride outs and rallies organised. Join us at The Shoreham Centre on Sundays at 10am for great teaching, worship and kids provision (0-14 yrs).   @weareemmanuel


We meet for Christian worship, prayer and Bible study. 10.30–11.45am


Milward Court Community Centre, Wilmot Rd 9am on 1st Sun of each mth. 10.30am on remaining Sun.

VARIOUS DAYS Shoreham Methodist Arts & Crafts Festival 11th Aug, Brunswick Road, Shoreham. Sat: 10–5.30pm / Sun: 12–4pm Weekdays 10–1.30pm Contact Margaret on 01273 461422 for more info.

Tai Chi & Qigong

Wellness Rooms above Chambers restaurant. Entry to rhs of restaurant. Tues: 12.30–2pm Thurs: 6.30–8pm Sat: 10–11.30am Contact Andrew Westgate on 07860 646269

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Shoreham Centre ”Blocki-Flute” group music lessons for adults. Learn to play flute with others in a fun relaxed group environment. Contact Lisa on 07874-668706


Shoreham Centre “Toots and DooDs group music lessons for children 5–7. We use innovative instruments and teaching methods specifically designed for children. Contact Lisa on 07874-668706


Piano, Clarinet, Theory and Composition workshops, drop-in sessions and ongoing lessons. Tues and Thurs 3–7pm, Phoenix Way, Southwick. Contact Celina Wood on 07814-001564


Learn to write beautifully with Calligraphy. Sat workshops, and wkly classes on Wed afternoons and Thurs mornings at Sompting and Southwick. Contact Nancy on 01273-453387



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Friendly non-EBU contract Bridge Clubs in Worthing. Tues and Fri afternoons. Contact Neil on 01903-831086


Creative, fun, challenging and achievable Chinese Mandarin lessons. Contact Airing on 07796-210160 / email


In the style of shabby chic bring a small item with you to paint wax and distress. 07966-379419 /


Do you like playing the guitar and sharing the experience with a group of likeminded people? Then check out and come along to the Ropetackle Arts Centre in Shoreham once a month to get involved.

Jewellery and Silversmithing Classes

Weekly 2hr classes (small group- 3 max) West Street Loft, Shoreham Various times available. Beginners welcome. Contact Sarah 07931-143427


We have a wide range of opportunities to help you to get creative, learn a new skill, prepare yourself for work or just come along to meet like-minded people. 0845-6010161 Southwick Community Centre 01273-840700

Engaging English lessons

Learn English as a foreign language (group or 1-1) with a qualified and experienced TEFL teacher. All levels welcome, including exam preparation. Interactive mother and baby sessions also offered. Available Mon and Tues. Email Jenny:


Learn to speak Italian in a 1-1 or small group setting. Contact Anna Birch on 07745-601418 email

Shoreham Spanish

Spanish lessons for all levels/ages from a qualified/experienced Spanish teacher. Contact Laura at

St john ambulance Portslade AND SHOREHAM division

Meet in Shoreham wkly. Badgers and Cadets on Thurs from 6pm and Adults on Mon from 7.30–9.30pm. Learn about First Aid on Tues evening 7.30–9.30pm Contact


A monthly club of fun, creative morning to chat and create something unique. Ropetackle Café, Shoreham. Jan


Participants must bring a packed lunch, tea and coffee provided. Anita’s beads, 4 Broadreach, Ropetackle, Shoreham-by-Sea, BN43 5EY Meet Mon and the 2nd Thurs of every mth from 10am–4pm. Prices are £2.50 for half a day and £5 for the whole day. 01273-454672 /


Sussex Yacht Club, Brighton Rd, Shoreham BN43 6RF 1st Thurs evening & 3rd Fri lunchtime each mth


Adur Petanque

West Street Loft in Shoreham. Tues mornings and Wed nights. Contact JAC on 07775-438920


Welcome new men and women members. Buckingham Park , Shoreham Apr – Sept. 10am to 5pm. Free bowls loan.

A local club catering for all ages. Mon from 2pm; Tues from 6.30pm; T Thurs from 2pm; Sun from 10.30pm. For people who like to lead a healthy bare foot existence and are interested in any walking, dancing, running, spiritual awareness, tkl reflexology, safety advice 07836-777615


We are an outdoor bowling club and also have a very good social venue. Hours of play are 10–1, 2–5.30 and 6–dusk. Contact the Secretary on 520259


Free introduction and coaching sessions. Old Barn Way, Southwick BN42 4NT (next to the Leisure Centre) Open from 9am–10pm, 7 days a week from Sept to Apr, and often in the summer. 01273-870670 (ask for the green steward)

Fitness class space needed?

After School Club or somewhere to hold a party? Try one of the halls in the Parish of Kingston Buci. For more info contact Sarah on 0773106004 or email hallsadmin@


Girls and boys aged 10–18 are welcome to join Hove & Adur Sea Cadets. Marmion Rd in Hove and in summer at our Lizard boating centre in Shoreham Harbour. Contact Ian Wright on 07951-657451

LEARN English

I’m a qualified and experienced teacher of English for students of other languages. I can help you learn to talk and communicate better with people so that you can make yourself understood and get what you want! Contact Maggie on 07931-324319 or


Patient, kind, fun and encouraging approach to learning. Contact Lucy on 07776-223022 frenchtuitioninshorehambysea/


Sussex County Croquet Club, Kingston Lane, Southwick

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Shoreham and Southwick U3A offer an extensive range of educational, creative and leisure activities for older people. 01273-452005


Southwick Community Centre, Southwick St 7.30pm every Thurs, Sept to May. Membership is open to anyone interested in photography at any level, from beginners to experience. 11am on the last Tues of the mth informal coffee group which usually meets at locations of photographic interest to socialise, exchange ideas and knowledge.


We are an outside club on Southwick rec with excellent facilities. Contact Martin on 07712-322323 to arrange free sessions.


Southwick Community Centre. Home Office Approved Club. Mon and Wed 7.30–10pm. 01273-593689


Tennis coaching is run by Helen Mitchell – 25th year coaching at SCLTC. Contact Helen on 07934-670482


Specialising in Gut Health and Immune System Support. Contact Claire on 07769-932438


Anxiety and depression; bereavement, work related issues, study related issues, low selfesteem and lack of confidence; stress; suicidal thoughts; trauma; child & teenager, young adult related issues; chronical & terminal illness. Southwick, Shoreham-by-Sea, Portslade and surrounds. Based in Southwick. Session of 50mins £35; Session of 1hr £40. Contact Joanna Marvoort on 07867-303077 WhatsApp: Joanna Markvoort


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What’s on in August

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Walks range from gentle strolls to more challenging ones in the local area. Details in local libraries, community centres, GP’s surgeries and leisure centres.


Aerobics low/high impact with upper body workout. Southwick Christian Community Church. Roman Crescent, Southwick Every Mon and Wed 6.45–7.45 £4.50 per session. Contact Susan on 01273-249600


Classes for Improvers to increase mobility and core strength. St John Ambulance, Southwick 10–11am & 6.30–7.30pm every Tues & 9.30–10.30am every Sat Prices from £8.33. Your first class is free! Private 1:1 sessions for Beginners are available for £20 before joining the class. Contact Dena on 07866-515976 Facebook @ddpilatesbrighton


Full body workout to improve mobility and loosen stiffness. Room 2, Shoreham Centre. £3.50 per class. Classes will continue from Feb onwards except Bank Holidays and all of Aug. Contact Madeleine on 01903-248253

Over 50s Yoga

Strong body, calm mind, relieves neck/back pain. Tues (West St Loft) & Wed (Shoreham Centre). 11-noon. 07492-064036


Great hands on class giving lots of help, support & encouragement. Brooks Dance Studio, Shoreham Mon 9.30–10.30am. The Harbour Club, Shoreham Mon 6–7pm. Southwick Christian Community Church Thurs 9.30–10.30am. Contact Sharon on 07969-610030 Facebook-mindbodypilates

PILATES classes

Small intimate classes for hands-on help and support. Shoreham Centre Wed evenings 6pm/7.15pm/8.15 pm, Fri 9.30am/10.30 am. Tues High Intensity Power Pilates 9.10am Contact Rachel on 07941-092612


Strong body, calm mind, relieves back pain. Adults 7.30-8.30pm Wed Shoreham Centre 50+. 11-noon Tues West St Loft & Wed Shoreham Centre. 07492-064036 Website:


We’re looking for players of all ages and abilities, and umpires and scorers for cricket on Southwick Green. Contact our club secretary Tania Martin on


Fat loss and fitness classes (First Class Free!) Buckingham Park Mon 6.45–7.15pm, Sat 9–10am St Nicolas School Tues/ Thurs 7–8pm, Wed 6.45–7.15pm 01273-613014


From 5+ to 65+ , we meet 50wks every year. Shoreham Community Centre Mon 6.15 and 7.30 and Wed 6.15 Contact Mike on 01903-530264


Improve your tennis and meet new players. adurandworthing/joinnow


Lose Weight with Kate, 1-2-1 or small groups. 07535-634131 /


Small intimate studio in Southwick. Wed, Thurs and Sun – Regular hot yoga classes. Contact or


Apple Tree Studio, Southwick Fri 12–1.15pm, Sat 2hr yin immersions mthly. Contact or


Huntingdon Hall, Shoreham Free Church, Buckingham Rd, Shoreham Tues 7–8.30pm and Thurs 6.15–7.15 pm 07939-267909 or ring .


Hatha and Vinyasa Flow Yoga at Shoreham Chiropractic Clinic. Morning and evening classes. 01273-461155


Southwick Community Centre Mon 6.30–7.30pm & Wed 10.30–11.30am & 6.15–7.15pm. First Class is free. £5 thereafter. Unlimited Zumba £20/month. Contact Becca on 07933-380231


Crash course in having a baby aged 0 to 6 months. 01273-841101 / info@parentskool, call


Come and enjoy songs and stories in the library, ages under 5 free. Shoreham Library, 2.10pm.

Buckingham Preschool Playgroup

OFSTED inspected preschool offering morning, afternoon and all day sessions. 07772-122016


OFSTED inspected. Offering half/all day sessions during term time. Private all weather garden and large playroom. 07804-942495


OFSTED inspected playschool offering morning, afternoon and all day sessions. 07712-701720 /


St Giles Church Hall, Upper Shoreham Rd Mon and Thurs mornings 9.30–11.30am Contact Sarah on 07932-140707


Learn baby massage to help babies with colic, wind, digestion and support bonding and attachment. Group and individual courses offered, suitable of babies from 4wks – 6mths. Contact Suzie on 07939-041412


Carers and Toddlers Group (0–school age). Southwick Methodist Church Hall, Manor Hall Rd, Southwick Every Mon and Fri 10–11.45am term time only On Fri Pre School sing-a-long for 15mins. £1 per adult, 50p per child. Contact Kim on 01273-701543


Learn Chinese through music and movement! 45mins per session. Healthy snacks included. Babies, toddlers, pre-schoolers and schoolers welcome. Contact Xirong on 07796-210160


For a funky fun-filled afternoon of music, dance & entertainment! King Alfred Ballroom, Hove Seafront and Durrington Community Centre, Worthing. Tickets from £7 07971-418789 /


Our aim is to empower girls to discover the best in themselves. Rainbows for girls aged 5–7 Brownies for girls aged 7–10 Guides for girls aged 10–14 Rangers for girls aged 14+ Contact Annabel Gray on 01273-885769


Relaxed and supportive creative writing workshops for 6–11yr olds. The Meetings Room in Shoreham Library 6–9s meet alternate Sat 9.45–11am, 9–11s alternate Tues 4–5.15pm. First session free then £6 per session, or £5 if you book a term in advance Contact Tess on 07940-466035

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Inside Shoreham and Southwick, August 2019  

Community magazine for local people and businesses in Shoreham-by-Sea and Southwick, Sussex.

Inside Shoreham and Southwick, August 2019  

Community magazine for local people and businesses in Shoreham-by-Sea and Southwick, Sussex.

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