May 2009 News
‘Make a wish’19 May 2009
IF you could change your local community for the better in just one way, what would it be?
A very special day for very special kids19 May 2009
THE Kidz Stuff Festival is one of the largest festivals in the country that is especially designed for children.
Acorn Plus - countdown to the new and improved recycling collections28 May 2009
HOUSEHOLDERS in Bramber, Upper Beeding, Woodmancote and parts of Steyning and Henfield are being sent an information leaflet in the next few days highlighting how their new household recycling collections will work.
Calling All local Photographers...13 May 2009
Sussex photographers are invited to take part in an exciting new photographic competition which could win them £250 and get their photos published!
Criminal damage – reward for information26 May 2009
A REWARD of up to £250 is being offered to members of the community who provide information leading to the arrest and prosecution of those found to be responsible for causing criminal damage in the Horsham District.
Families Enjoy Free Activities During Strive for 5 Week06 May 2009
Hundreds of families have taken part in a week of free activities as part of Strive for 5 Week which took place across the Horsham District from Saturday 25th April to 4th May.
First World War in Black and White13 May 2009
Horsham Museum's latest photographic exhibition features some 17 powerful images of a soldier's viewpoint of the First World War donated to the museum in two photographic albums. The exhibition opens on 21st May and continues until 4th July.
Free Holiday Entertainment for Children in Horsham Park 05 May 2009
Free children's entertainment begins in Horsham Park on Tuesday 26 May and continues throughout the May Half Term and summer holidays.
Harry Potter star coming to Horsham’s KidzStuff Festival11 May 2009
HARRY Potter fans are being put on alert with the news just out that one of the film’s stars is going to make a surprise visit to Horsham’s KidzStuff Festival at the end of May.
Healthy Workplace Award for care home20 May 2009
VALERIE Manor Residential Care Home in Upper Beeding has won one of Horsham District Council’s Healthy Workplace Awards.
Horsham English Festival - 9 May01 May 2009
Preparations are hotting up for the second Horsham English Festival combining traditional dance and music with a medieval produce market, a hog roast, historical exhibitions, children’s entertainments and activities around the town.
Horsham English Festival delights crowds13 May 2009
There were hundreds of happy faces around Horsham town centre last Saturday enjoying the second Horsham English Festival which took place in fine weather with its unique blend of traditional dance and music, medieval themed market and attractions.
Horsham Set to Enjoy This Year's Community Safety Day11 May 2009
Horsham's Emergency Services will be hosting a Community Safety Day on 16 May 2009 with a full programme of displays and demonstrations which include police dog displays, chip pan fire demonstrations, a simulated casualty rescue and mock trials.
Invite to Blue Oasis Club19 May 2009
THE next Blue Oasis club night for people with learning disabilities and their friends will be held at The Drill Hall in Horsham’s Denne Road on Wednesday 27 May.
Life and Love in Eighteenth-Century Horsham13 May 2009
A new exhibition opens soon at Horsham Museum exploring Georgian Horsham and Sussex through the diary of Sarah Hurst (1736–1808), a tailor’s daughter who began writing in 1759 and continued until the end of 1762. The exhibition opens on 19th May.
What a wizard weekend!!19 May 2009
FESTIVALS for children don’t come much bigger than this. If you don’t like laughter and screams stay well away from Horsham in West Sussex over the weekend of 30/31 May.
Young, living in Horsham and nothing to do on a Friday evening?01 May 2009
AN exercise has been undertaken to pull together details of several opportunities available to young people living in Horsham on a Friday evening.