19 Sep

From 18 September to 15 December the Horsham District Indoor Bowls Club will be running rollup sessions on wednesday evenings from 7:00pm- 9:30pm. Visitors are welcome to join their club members for 2 free taster sessions. Subsuquent visits are £3.50 per Session. Find out more information on their Website

17 Sep

Sporty Parents Netball is a  unique netball event hosted by England Netballers designed  to get sporty parents to impress their kids and seize their chance to play for the school team one last time. Serena Guthrie and Rachel Dunn are coming to Brighton on the 29th September. This is an excellent opportunity for your netball loving kids to enjoy an excellent day with their parents.

16 Sep

The next Horsham and Shipley Community Project Health Walk is taking place on Wednesday 18 September starting at 12:00 midday. The Walk will start at the Shipley site and take place over 7 to 8 miles acros Knepp Estate.  Bring a sandwich and drink, and suitable shoes! Learn more on The Horsham and Shipley Community Project website.

15 Sep

Children will have a greater opportunity to access 60 minutes of daily sport and physical activity, whether that be in school, after school or during weekends and holidays, under new Government plans revealed recently. The School Sport and Activity Action Plan, outlined by Education Secretary Damian Hinds, Sport Minister Mims Davies and Minister for Public Health, Seema Kennedy, will set out a range of new measures to strengthen the role of sport within a young person’s daily routine, explain how teachers and parents can play their part, and promote a joined-up approach to physical activity and mental wellbeing.

12 Sep

Horsham District Sports Development are working in partnership with Sussex cricket to run the Lord's Taverners Super 1s Horsham Disability Cricket. This provides free cricket sessions for people of all diabilities aged 12-25. These sessions take place at Collyers, 82 Hurst Road Horsham, RH12 2EJ on Thursdays from 4:45pm-6:00pm. The autumn term sessions start on Thursday 26 September and run through until 12 December (excluding 31 October). For more information and to book a place please contact Aroop Tanna at aroop.tanna@sussexcricket.co.uk or visit their website

11 Sep

The ‘Horsham Hawks’ are a community based Junior & Ladies Basketball club run by volunteers passionate about basketball. They are looking for new players aged 9 to 11. Come along for a free trial. The Horsham Hawks meet up every Wednesday from 6.30 to 7.30 PM at The Bridge Leisure Centre in Broadbridge Heath. Prices are £15 per month or £100 for the whole season (8 months) Bring plenty of drinking water and wear proper sports kit. For details more visit their website or email gianluca@horshamhawks.co.uk.

9 Sep

Horsham Indoor Bowls Club are having an open day on Saturday 28 September from 10am to 4pm. The open day will be free to new members and their restaurant will be open for tea, coffee, light snacks and lunches. There will also be various stalls including arts, crafts, plants and a bottle Tombola. This event can be found at the bottom of Tesco's car park next to The Bridge Leisure Centre with plenty of free parking available. Learn more on their website.

The Horsham Memory Walk is organised by the Horsham Rusty Brains, a group of people living well with dementia, the Horsham Memory Walk will again take place in Horsham Park this year. The route will start at the Conservatory Café in Horsham Park. Friday 13 September from 12:00 to 14:00.  For more information please call Alzheimer’s Society on 01403 213017

4 Sep

New research with parents shows the impact that the sharp decline in outdoor play facilities is having on their children’s physical and mental health. The survey of 1,111 parents with children aged between 2 and 12 has revealed that 72% of parents of children with health issues such as obesity said that the lack of outdoor play facilities in their area has played a role in their children’s problems. Over a quarter of parents surveyed with children experiencing mental health problems said that the lack of outdoor play facilities in their area has played a role in their children’s difficulties. 26% of parents with children who have sleep problems say that a lack of outdoor play facilities in their area has played a role in their children’s sleep difficulties.