March 2019

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Today @ 10:30 to 12:00

Ladies Ten Pin Bowling (AMF Bowling, Worthing)

We are a group of ladies that play two games on Tuesday mornings, (except during school holidays). Entry is £7, which includes shoe hire. You do not need any experience. If you would like to come along and give it a try, please do! For more information, you can contact Cathy on 01903 368843 or 07981 363786. Don't be shy; give it a try!
Event organiser: Cathy Snoussi

Today @ 19:00

Worthing Camera Club Meeting (Quaker House, 34 Mill Road, Worthing)

Interested in photography? Join Worthing Camera Club at their weekly meetings, meet the club members and see if you like them.  16-18 year olds pay a reduced joining fee of £20 and £1 on the door and need to be accompanied by an adult. For more information, visit www.worthingcameraclub.org.uk or find them on Facebook: Worthing Camera Club.
Event organiser: Worthing Camera Club

Wednesday 27 March 2019 - 14:00 to 15:30

Knit & Natter Group (East Preston Library, The Street, BN16 1JJ)

Every Wednesday, bring along your latest crafty projects to work on over a drink and a chat. Knitting, sewing, crochet, needlework etc. All crafts and abilities welcome. Bring a group of friends or come and meet some new ones. Children and grandchildren are welcome too in our friendly children’s library. Free to attend - just drop in! Contact East Preston Library on 01903 786118 for more information.
Event organiser: East Preston Library

Wednesday 27 March 2019 - 18:00 to 07:00

Pilates Class (Rustington)

Interested in trying Pilates? Come and join these weekly local classes. Booking is essential. Contact Rachael on 07506971817 to book in for an introductory session!
Event organiser: Lengthen Pilates

Wednesday 27 March 2019 - 19:45 to 21:15

Relaxation Evening (Angmering Community Centre)

An evening of relaxation through gentle yoga and guided breathing. Followed by a guided meditation to relax your body and calm your mind.
Event organiser: Miiko Lo

Wednesday 27 March 2019 - 20:00

GIN Meeting (St Andrew’s Church Hall, Ferring)

Susan Howe is GIN’s March Speaker and she is going to tell them about ‘History Minus the Boring Bits’. GIN meet on the fourth Wednesday of each month excluding August. Why not go along and join them? For more information ring: Chris on 01903 500157, Janet on 01903 244148, or Feona on 01903 244161.
Event organiser: GIN

Thursday 28 March 2019 - 09:30 to 10:15

Zumba Class (Ferring Village Hall)

Zumba classes are a great way to keep fit and have fun. Classes are set to Latin and International rhythms with easy to follow moves, with a fully-qualified female instructor. Classes run every Thursday morning and are £5.50 for each 45 minute session.
Event organiser: GINA WILSON

Thursday 28 March 2019 - 10:30 to 11:30

Stay Steady (50 Ferring Street, Ferring, BN12 5JP)

Stay Steady, our chair-based exercise class runs every Thursday in our new offices. Classes aim to improve strength, balance and coordination. Classes are every Thursday and are £4 per session. Anyone welcome!
Event organiser: Abbeyfield Ferring

Thursday 28 March 2019 - 14:30

Rustington Flower Club Meeting (Woodlands Centre, Rustington)

Our demonstrator this month is Graham King, whose subject is ‘Experimental’. He incorporates craft work into his designs for an inspirational afternoon. Visitors are welcome. Refreshments will be included. The competition is ‘Less is More’. Visit rsfa.weebly.com for more information.
Event organiser: Rustington Flower Club

Friday 29 March 2019 - 14:30

Ferring Conservation Group Meeting (Ferring Village Hall)

At Ferring Conservation Group’s March meeting, Mike Russel will give a talk entitled ‘The Wonder of Migration’. Admission will be £2 for members and £3 for visitors, to include tea and biscuits. Visit www.ferringconservationgroup.co.uk
Event organiser: Ferring Conservation Group

Friday 29 March 2019 - 14:30 to 16:30

The Wonder of Migration (Village Hall, Ferring St, Ferring)

We welcome Mike Russell to our March meeting who will talk to us regarding the wonders of migration of the natural world and explore why birds migrate, how they navigate their way the thousands of miles from their breeding to wintering areas and what problems they face on that journey. Tricia Hall will follow with her Nature Notes and Ed Miller will conclude the meeting with news of any planning issues. Admission will be £3 for visitors and £2 for members, to include tea and biscuits.
Event organiser: Ferring Conservation Group

Friday 29 March 2019 - 19:30

The Rat Pack: Frank, Sammy and Dean 21st Anniversary Tour (The Windmill Theatre, Littlehampton)

tage 4 Productions UK in association with John Howe Presentations Ltd present "A fabulous journey back to days of Vegas style and glamour... this production superbly recreates a unique chapter in Entertainment History" (John Judge - The Daily Telegraph). The star studded cast of the UK's original and longest running Rat Pack show have achieved many accolades and awards after appearances worldwide, including seasons in The West End, A Royal Command Performance and numerous TV shows including Strictly Come Dancing for the BBC last year. The show also had the honour of being voted the Number 1 Tribute Show by The Agents Association of Great Britain at the National Tribute Awards. These supremely talented cast members include: Des Coleman (Lenny from Eastenders) as Sammy Davis Jnr, Paul Drakeley (Inside Out) as Dean Martin and Ol' Blue Eyes himself in the shape of one of the world's greatest Sinatra interpreters David Alacey (Lovejoy). David's acclaimed portrayal of Frank Sinatra has been described as "Too close for Comfort" by The Sinatra Estate and Las Vegas Legend and original Rat Pack member Buddy Greco claimed that David "Really is Sinatra - it's frightening!" Now celebrating its 21st record breaking year, The Rat Pack is most definitely back and doing it their way! To book tickets please call 01903 249912. Tickets are £18 each.
Event organiser: Stage 4 Productions UK

Saturday 30 March 2019 - 08:30 to 09:15

Saturday Bootcamp Ferring (Glebelands Centre, Greystoke Road, Ferring, BN12 5JL)

Join Total Fitness Experts for a morning indoor bootcamp in Ferring. The bootcamp varies weekly to keep it interesting, but the outcome will always be the same: to burn calories and strengthen muscles. This class is suitable for everyone, but you must be aged 16 upwards. This is a judgement-free zone for men and women, so everyone is invited. Entry is £7.50 per class.
Event organiser: Total Fitness Experts

Saturday 30 March 2019 - 10:00

Echoes of the Jurassic (Angmering Baptist Church)

This is a documentary exploring recent discoveries of soft pliable tissue remaining in dinosaur bones. This is not possible if dinosaurs existed millions of years ago. These discoveries furnish powerful evidence against gradual uniformitarianism and support catastrophic geological history.
Event organiser: Rev David Barnes

Saturday 30 March 2019 - 10:00

Ferring Village Hall AGM (Ferring Village Hall)

At the hall’s AGM, there will be tea and coffee from 9.30am, as well as an opportunity to meet the trustees and ask questions.
Event organiser: Ferring Village Hall

Saturday 30 March 2019 - 10:00 to 16:00

Littlehampton Town Artisan Market (Littlehampton High Street)

Artists, local producers and creators, artisan craft makers, antiques, antiquarian books, busking, performance and all the colourful characters which make up the local coastline and downlands around us along the South Coast. We will be very open and keen for buskers and performers to grace our High Street with a kaleidoscope of entertainment. A chance for locals and visitors alike to gain a fresh understanding of the many community organisations, clubs and goods available within Littlehampton Town. Visit https://www.facebook.com/LittlehamptonArtisan/
Event organiser: Littlehampton Town Council

Saturday 30 March 2019 - 10:00 to 16:00

Craft Fair (The Village Hall, Sea Road, East Preston BN16 1LP)

A delightful selection of locally made handcrafted items and original gifts will be available at the East Preston Festival Committee’s Spring Craft Fair. There will also be a café set up throughout the day, serving home-made cakes, pastries, coffee, tea and soft drinks, and a raffle. Admission by donation to Festival Funds.
Event organiser: East Preston Festival Committee

Saturday 30 March 2019 - 11:00

Jurassic Prank (Angmering Baptist Church)

This is a family presentation about dinosaurs. Dr Tommy Mitchell asks how we reconcile the Bible with dinosaurs and also asks if they evolved into birds. He uses clips from 'Jurassic Park' to debunk many popular fallacies surrounding these creatures.
Event organiser: Rev David Barnes

Saturday 30 March 2019 - 14:30

A Portrait in Oils (Ferring Village Hall, Ferring)

Arun Art Society is hosting a demonstration of portrait in oils by local artist Tony Parsons. Tony is a professional artist based in the South-East. During the session, Paul will demonstrate how he paints a portrait using oils. Guests are welcome - the fee is £4 and is payable at the door. Refreshments are available and art books and materials will be on sale. For more information call Mark Juby 01903 243176.
Event organiser: Arun Art Society

Saturday 30 March 2019 - 19:30 to 21:45

Handel's Messiah (Arundel Cathedral)

Arun Choral Society perform Handel's Messiah in Arundel Cathedral, with The Sinfonia of Arun and Soloist from The Royal Academy of Music. Conducted by Mr Joe Paxton. For more information please visit our website: www.arunchoralsociety.co.uk
Audience tickets are £15 (£7.50 for under 18s) and are available from ACS Box Office on 01243 866469 or email boxoffice@arunchoralsociety.co.uk
Event organiser: The Arun Choral Society

Sunday 31 March 2019 - 10:00 to 14:00

Life Drawing (Windmill Theatre Littlehampton)

This is an observational drawing class. Suitable for all levels of abilities and for those wishing to build a portfolio for other art courses. Booking is essential; book as soon as possible, but not less than two weeks before the date attending. For late bookings or spare places also call 07799374183 or go to www.patriciastefanski.com for more information. A prerequisite number of enrolments are necessary in order for the classes to run.
Event organiser: Patricia Stefanski

APRIL 2019

Monday 1 April 2019 - 14:00 to 15:00

Tea at 2 (East Preston Library)

Tea at 2. Join us for a drink and biscuits. Drop in and say hello. Weekly on Mondays (except Bank Holidays) from 2.00pm to 3.00pm.
Event organiser: East Preston Library

Tuesday 2 April 2019 - 19:30 to 21:00

Worthing Antique, Arts and Collectors Club Meeting (Worthing Lecture Theatre (below main library))

Est in 1968, we are a small friendly club that meets on the first Tuesday of the month. Each month, we invite a guest speaker; our guest for April is architect Haydn Jones and the talk: 'Architecture Style Over Substance'. All are welcome to attend; entry for non-members £5 pp or why not join for only £30 pa. For more information, please call 07984403890 or email worthingantiqueclub@yahoo.co.uk
Event organiser: Worthing Antique, Arts and Collectors Club

Tuesday 2 April 2019 - 19:30

Soil Matters (King's Suite, Angmering Village Hall, Station Road)

Dr Steve Millam, Director of Brinsbury College, will be giving this talk for Angmering Horticultural Society’s March Meeting. Visit http://angmeringhorticulture.co.uk/
Event organiser: Angmering Horticultural Club

Wednesday 3 April 2019 - 14:30 to 15:45

Israel Zangwill & Edith Ayrton – a talk by Shirley Zangwill (Conservative Hall, Sea Road East Preston BN16 1JN)

Last November a blue plaque was unveiled at the former East Preston home of this married couple who a century ago were renowned as campaigners for votes for women, a Jewish homeland and world peace. Both were writers and Israel Zangwill was known as the Jewish Dickens for such novels as “Children of the Ghetto”, which achieved international success. This talk about the couple is presented by their daughter-in-law Shirley Zangwill. All are welcome. Entry by ticket only, price £3, available from the end of February from Just Because and Seaview Stores, both in Sea Road, East Preston.
Event organiser: East Preston & Kingston Preservation Society / West Sussex Jewish Community

Wednesday 3 April 2019 - 19:30 to 6 April 2019 22:00

Fiddler on the Roof (Littlehampton Players’ Operatic Society)

For their latest production, Littlehampton Players’ Operatic Society is putting on Fiddler on the Roof. Tickets are £14 or £13 with concessions, or for groups of 10 or more. For more information, email enquiries@lpos.org
Event organiser: Windmill Theatre

Thursday 4 April 2019 - 19:15

Parks and Gardens of Bognor Regis (Methodist Church Hall Claigmar Road Rustington)

This evening Sylvia Endacott will be giving a talk on 'Parks and Gardens of Bognor Regis'. Visitors and new members are always very welcome. Membership is £20 per year or visitors' fee is £3.50 at the door (refundable on joining). Contact Sue Phillips 01903 782030
Event organiser: West Sussex Horticultural Club

Thursday 4 April 2019 - 19:30

Ferring Horticultural Society (Ferring Village Hall)

"Monet and His Garden at Giverny" is the topic for April's meeting, which will be given by Jennifer Carter. The competition is a vase of three daffodils/narcissus. Further details from Brian Rolfe on 01903 243513.
Event organiser: James Gray

Friday 5 April 2019 - 09:00 to 15:00

Guild Care's Clay Pigeon Shoot (Southdown Gun Club, Muntham Farm, Findon, BN14 0RQ)

Join Guild Care for a day of clay pigeon shooting at Southdown Gun Club. All funds raised will be used to help local children and adults in need. You can enter in teams of up to four people. It’s the perfect corporate day for your business or just a great excuse to get together with old friends! The event will start at 9am with a breakfast, safety briefing, warm-up, and full instructions. The first squad will then kick off at 10.30am. The event, which includes a break for lunch, will run until 3pm. Registration costs just £125 per player. This price includes all clays, cartridges, personal protective equipment, breakfast rolls on arrival, unlimited tea and coffee, and lunch. To book your tickets, please visit Guild Care’s website. If you have any queries, please call Guild Care's Fundraising Team on 01903 528613 or email fundraising fundraising@guildcare.org.
Event organiser: Guild Care

Friday 5 April 2019 - 09:00 to 15:00

Clay Pigeon Shoot (Southdown Gun Club, Muntham Farm, Findon, BN14 0RQ)

Join Guild Care for a day of clay pigeon shooting at Southdown Gun Club. All funds raised will be used to help local children and adults in need. You can enter in teams of up to four people. It’s the perfect corporate day for your business or just a great excuse to get together with old friends! The event will start at 9am with a breakfast, safety briefing, warm-up, and full instructions. The first squad will then kick off at 10.30am. The event, which includes a break for lunch, will run until 3pm. Registration costs £125 per player. This price includes all clays, cartridges, personal protective equipment, breakfast rolls on arrival, unlimited tea and coffee, and lunch. Visit Guild Care’s website to book your tickets: https://www.guildcare.org/Event/clay-pigeon-shoot
If you have any queries, please call Guild Care’s Fundraising Team on 01903 528613 or email fundraising fundraising@guildcare.org.
Event organiser: Guild Care

Saturday 6 April 2019 - 10:00

Darwin: the Voyage That Shook the World (Angmering Baptist Church)

This will be a DVD presentation (52 mins).This expansive documentary retraces Darwin's voyage in lavish detail, examining his findings and remarkable conclusions. It features dramatic period reconstructions and stunning nature cinematography, all interwoven with scholars who share differing perspectives on the man and the controversy he stirred.
Event organiser: Rev David Barnes

Saturday 6 April 2019 - 10:00 to 12:00

Worthing & District Cats Protection Spring Fayre (The Woodlands Centre, Rustington)

There will be lots of stalls including homemade cakes, marmalade s, cats protection new goods, tombola, plants, jewellery, DVDs/CDs and refreshments. We will also have information on some of our cats seeking new homes, and we'll be pleased to provide whatever advice you need. Ring Denise on (01903)767274 for more information or email her at fundraising@worthing.cats.org.uk
Event organiser: Denise

Saturday 6 April 2019 - 11:30 to 14:00

Grand Declutter Sale (Glebelands Community Centre)

There will loads of bargains at the sale. Entry is free. Tables are available at £10 each on a first come, first served basis. Come and make the most of your spring clean. For further details contact Ruth Sims: 0193 243212
Event organiser: Ruth Sims

Saturday 6 April 2019 - 14:00 to 16:00

Spring Basket Workshop (St Andrews Church Hall)

Ferring Flower Club are holding an open workshop to anyone who would like to learn how to create a spring flower basket arrangement.
The cost of the workshop is £12.50, which is inclusive of basket, foam and arranging peripheries, and refreshments. Attendees provide their own small selection of flowers. Booking is essential. Please email ferringflowerclub@gmail.com or call Chrissie 01903 692628
Event organiser: Ferring Flower Club

Saturday 6 April 2019 - 19:00 to 21:00

Enjoy Faure’s Requiem in Worthing (Goring United Reformed Church)

Here is your chance to experience one of the most beautiful and popular of all choral works – Faure’s Requiem. Having raised thousands of pounds for charity in recent concerts, Worthing Voices and The Anniversary Orchestra are again working hard to bring top quality music to Worthing. The purpose is to raise money for the next chosen charity. Worthing Voices, led by Worthing-based conductor Shirley Linford, will be performing this much loved requiem together with Cantique De Jean Racine, also by Gabriel Faure, and Crucifixus by Antonio Lotti. These are classic choral pieces which singers and musicians love to perform and which audiences love to hear. Entry is free with a retiring collection for the chosen charity. For more information on the concert, contact John Wolstenholme:
johnwolstenholme@hotmail.co.uk / 07957 550420.
Event organiser: John Wolstenholme

Saturday 6 April 2019 - 19:30 to 21:30

O My People (St George's Church, Chichester PO19 7AD)

St Richard Singers present ‘O My People’, including music by Bairstow, Rutter, Pallestrina, Bruckner, Gibbons, Duruflé, Stainer and Sanders. The conductor is Jake Barlow. Entry is £12, or £5 for students. Under 18s go in free.
Event organiser: St Richard Singers

Sunday 7 April 2019 - 10:00 to 14:00

Life Drawing (Windmill Theatre Littlehampton)

This is an observational drawing class. Suitable for all levels of abilities and for those wishing to build a portfolio for other art courses. Booking is essential; book as soon as possible, but not less than two weeks before the date attending. For late bookings or spare places also call 07799374183 or go to www.patriciastefanski.com for more information. A prerequisite number of enrolments are necessary in order for the classes to run.
Event organiser: Patricia Stefanski

Sunday 7 April 2019 - 10:00 to 16:30

Adult Pottery Workshop - Ceramics for the Garden (14 The Street, Clapham BN13 3UZ)

Looking forward to blowing away those winter blues and stepping into spring? Why not come along and create your own Garden Ornaments? Be it garden bells, wind chimes, bird feeders or plant stake toppers the choice is yours! Ideal for any ability. This one day workshop situated in the beautiful South Downs National Park Costa £75 per person. Visit thestudioatclapham.com for more information and to book.
Event organiser: The Studio at Clapham

Sunday 7 April 2019 - 10:30 to 13:00

Community Litter Picking Day (Angmering)

Angmering Parish Council is planning a Community Litter Picking Day.
All volunteers are welcome. Please come and join us and help the environment.
Event organiser: Samantha Fraser

Sunday 7 April 2019 - 18:30 to 19:30

The Design Argument (Angmering Baptist Church)

This is a DVD presentation (45 mins) with Prof. Stuart Burgess. Discover how design in nature reveals a designer and the attributes of a designer (Romans 1:20). We are studying the Book of Romans in our evening services. Prof. Burgess has taught engineering design at Cambridge and Bristol Universities.
Event organiser: Rev David Barnes

Tuesday 9 April 2019 - 19:15 to 20:45

Un Paris de Peintres et de Chansons (Angmering Community Centre, Bramley Green)

April's talk will be on Paris and various artists' treatment of the city: Cézanne's painting of the roofs of Paris, the Eiffel Tower as painted by Delaunay, each quartier having its own songs with even some streets having specific songs! We are a friendly group of people with French language skills ranging from those born in France to those with holiday French. The talk will be accompanied by visuals and also music. Entry is £4 a visitor. Drinks will be available on the night. Venez nombreux et à bientôt!
Event organiser: Rustington & District Anglo-French Circle

Tuesday 9 April 2019 - 19:30 to 21:00

Worthing Archaeological Society (Worthing Library Lecture Theatre)

Roger Cordiner and Anthony Brook will be giving a talk on Medieval Building Stones in the Parish Churches of the Worthing Area. Indigenous and imported building stones have been recorded in 316 Medieval churches in Sussex, including Chichester Cathedral and a number of ruined churches. This lecture concentrates on the building stones of 55 medieval parish churches in the Worthing area, which includes the area between the Rivers Arun and Adur, from the coast to the southern margin of the Low Weald. This is the final lecture for this season; autumn lectures begin again in October. There will be a cup of coffee or tea afterwards. Visitors are welcome. Entry is £4, or free to members. For more information on our society and future events please visit our website: http://www.worthingarchaeological.org
Event organiser: Worthing Archaeological Society

Wednesday 10 April 2019 - 10:00 to 12:00

Easter Out and About (Mewsbrook Park, Littlehampton)

Children aged 3-11 years are invited to the award-winning Mewsbrook Park for a free morning of energy-expending enjoyment. Email events@littlehampton-tc.gov.uk for more information.
Event organiser: Littlehampton Town Council

Wednesday 10 April 2019 - 19:30 to 13 April 2019

Agatha Crusty and the Village Hall Murders (Windmill Theatre, Littlehampton)

Stage-Door Theatre Company presents Agatha Crusty and the Village Hall Murders, by Derek Webb. This amateur production is by arrangement with Stagescripts Ltd. Agatha Crusty (pronounced Croosty) is a crime novelist. While packed full of wit and very funny scenes, this is also a genuine murder mystery with an ingenious plot! Tickets are just £13 each and concessions at £12. To book your tickets please buy online atwww.ticketsource.co.uk/stage-door-theatre or www.stage-door.org.uk/tickets 
Event organiser: Stage-Door Theatre Company

Thursday 11 April 2019 - 14:30 to 16:00

Annual General Meeting of Rustington Heritage Association, plus a talk on The Aldingbourne Trust (John de Bohun Room, Woodlands Centre, Woodlands Avenue, Rustington BN16 3HB )

The RHA AGM is followed by a talk by Nicki Clarke from The Aldingbourne Trust, which provides support and opportunities for people with learning disabilities, their families and carers. The Trust provides on the job training, life skills coaching and community learning to help every adult with a learning disability to contribute to their community and to undertake paid jobs. All welcome – Heritage Association members £1; visitors £3 (pay at the door)
Event organiser: Rustington Heritage Association

Thursday 11 April 2019 - 19:15 to 09:15

The Secret Life of the Hedgehog (Coffee Lounge, Methodist Church, Claigmar Road. Rustington)

This is a talk about hedgehogs by Graham from St. Francis Animal Care. Entry is £2 and tea or coffee is included. There will also be a raffle. Visit https://www.rustingtonhorticulturalassoc.com/ for more information.
Event organiser: Rustington Horticultural Association

Friday 12 April 2019 - 14:15 to 16:00

Conservative Party Forum (Ferring Village Hall)

An opportunity to express your views on major issues and to convey them to the government. Everyone is welcome to attend, members and non-members. There will be lively discussions, tea and biscuits, in a friendly atmosphere.
Event organiser: Ferring Conservatives

Friday 12 April 2019 - 19:30 to 13 April 2019 19:30

The Edwin James Festival Choir – Musical “Their Scarves Were Red” (St James the Great Church,East Ham Road,Littlehampton BN17 7AN)

“Their Scarves Were Red” is a musical by Darren Vallier, presented by the choir on Friday 12th April and Saturday 13th April 2019.
The musical is a thought-provoking and moving tribute to those who died in the Hillsborough disaster of 1989, when 96 people lost their lives in a human crush during the FA Cup semi-final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest. Doors open at 6.45pm on both days and the performances will commence at 7.30pm. The concert on the 12th supports St Wilfrid's, St Barnabas and Chestnut Tree House hospices, while the 13th's is in aid of choir music funds. Email edwinjamesfestivalchoir@gmail.com, visit www.edwinjamesfestivalchoir.co.uk or contact Chris Allen on 01243 582330.
Event organiser: Edwin James Festival Orchestra

Friday 12 April 2019 - 19:30 to 21:00

Geological Presentation (St Stephens Church, Angola Road, Worthing BN14 8DU)

The West Sussex Geological Society presents a talk by Dr. Matt Pope of University College London about 'The Boxsgrove Wider Area Project'. This is followed by questions and refreshments. We also have a full programme of field trips for 2019. More details are available on www.wsgs.org.uk
Event organiser: West Sussex Geological Society

Saturday 13 April 2019 to 14 April 2019

Golf Taster Weekend (Rustington Golf Centre)

It is an exciting time for juniors to join Rustington Golf Centre and be part of a fun and rewarding golf programme. The centre is holding a taster weekend for new juniors to experience the sessions during the Easter holidays. To find out more, visit www.rcgolf.co.uk.
Event organiser: Rustington Golf Centre

Saturday 13 April 2019 - 10:00

From Evolution to Creation (Angmering Baptist Church)

This will be a DVD presentation (60 mins). Dr Gary Parker was the author of five biology textbooks before accepting biblical creation. This respected biology professor explains his gradual conversion from dogmatic belief in evolution to biblical creation. He does so in a warm, humble and humorous way. As with all these sessions, there is no charge and all are welcome.
Event organiser: Rev David Barnes

Sunday 14 April 2019 - 10:30 to 14:00

Guild Care's Pedal Along the Prom (Worthing Seafront (opposite Marine Gardens), Worthing, BN11 53F)

Enjoy a fun day out for the whole family filled with bike riding, activities, and food. Pedal Along the Prom is a cycle along Worthing’s seafront with treats and fun aplenty upon your return. All you need to take part is a smile and a bicycle! Tickets are £6 for adults, £4 for children (ages four to 16), and under 3s can take part for free. You can choose to take on either a five or 10-mile route, both of which start on the seafront next to the Waterwise playground, opposite Marine Gardens. The five-mile route runs to the bottom of Windsor road and back, whilst the 10-mile route runs to Widewater Lagoon and back. Children must be accompanied by an adult. The fun will continue after you’re done cycling. Paid entry includes a child’s medal, a hot or cold drink, and homemade cake provided by Lush Mobile Café. On top of this, we will also have face painting, a tombola, and music. To book your places please visit Guild Care’s website. If you have any queries, please contact our Fundraising Team on 01903 528613 or fundraising@guildcare.org.
Event organiser: Guild Care


March 2019