The Arun A Cappella is a group of enthusiastic female singers who meet to sing in 4 part harmony on Monday Evenings (except Bank Holidays)at Jubilee Community Hall, off Chalcraft Lane, North Bersted, Bognor Regis PO21 5TU.|
We belong to a national association, enter musical festivals and regularly entertain for others when requested, and would like to recruit more ladies who enjoy singing.
Information from 01243 826448
Have you ever tried Pétanque?
(Sometimes called French Boules)
This is probably the best game you’ve never heard of so, why not come along and give it a go. It's fun, it's competitive and it helps keep you fit.
At Clymping we play every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday morning. Games start at 10am and again at 11:15am and all are welcome to come and try.
It doesn’t matter how fit you are as this is a game for all. It can even be played from a wheelchair! Pétanque is a game for all ages, although we do ask that under 14s are accompanied by a parent or guardian.
We are an organisation that promotes and supports voluntary and community groups providing a voice for the voluntary sector across Arun and Chichester.
We are a membership organisation for voluntary and community organisations in Arun and Chichester. We have over 400 members and the numbers continue to grow. Our members give us regular feedback on the services we provide, which helps us tailor the support they need to develop their community work.
Radio Respect is a community interest company, Primarily a radio station dedicated to Mental Health matters. We have a shop situated in Argyle Road, Bognor Regis which sells Vinyl records, cassette tapes, CD's, DVD's and audio-visual equipment which funds the radio station. The station and shop is run entirely by volunteers. Most of whom suffer from a mental health issue. We also have referrals from the Bedale Centre and Chichester Care Centre, we support service users as part of their recovery and treatment.
36 Argyle Road
Chichester Film & Video Makers (CFVM) is a group of enthusiastic amateurs committed to the art of film making.
The aim of our club is to encourage an interest, enjoyment and appreciation of film and video production as a medium of information, education and entertainment, as well increasing the knowledge and technical ability of our members. So, don’t worry if you don’t know too much about the technical processes that go in to film-production. For us, it is really about getting involved, having fun and learning at the same time.
Making a positive difference for people living with sight loss.
For nearly 100 years, 4Sight Vision Support have been the leading sight loss charity supporting the visually impaired community of West Sussex.
Sight loss can happen to anyone of us at any time. Everyday 250 people in the UK begin to lose their sight. Today there are 30,000 people with sight loss in West Sussex alone.
At the heart of our holistic & person-centred services is a commitment to ensuring that a diagnosis of sight loss is not a one-way road to loss of independence and isolation.
At Bognor Community Choir we offer an enjoyable singing experience lead by professional musicians. No auditions, open to all, a small weekly fee towards expenses- come and meet new people and together we can enjoy singing gospel, pop, folk and sometimes even rock anthems! We learn by ear, using word sheets and sometimes musical notation.
St Mary Magdalene Church, Bersted Street, South Bersted, Bognor, West Sussex PO22 9QE
Your First Session Is Always Free:
Why not join us any Monday evening from 7.30 to 9.00pm.
Rotary Club of BOGNOR HOTHAM.
We meet at the Bognor Regis Golf Club every Tuesday evening and welcome new members.
Our Christmas Float collections are distributed to worthy causes in the Bognor Regis area. If you are a club or individual and have a genuine financial need, or know others that could benefit from our help, please contact us.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: bognorhotham.rotaryweb.org Tel: 01243 584049
The Gordon Freemasons Lodge has met since 1878 and is the oldest Freemasons Lodge in Bognor. The lodge meets on eight occasions each year with a formal dinner afterwards. Freemasonry is perhaps the largest charitable organisation in the UK raising millions for good causes with the Sussex lodges raising money for deserving cases in Sussex.