Clubs And Societies

Below are details of our local clubs and societies with web links if they have a website. This list is by no means exhaustive so if you have any suggestions for inclusion, please contact us.

Hurstpierpoint SocietyHurstpierpoint Society, founded in 1962, is a well-supported village charity with more than 1,300 members, all committed to improving and protecting our village environment. 
Hurstpierpoint LibraryOur local library offers books, magazines and ebooks. They also hold regular events and support local book groups.
Wolstonbury WIOur local Women’s Institute branch meets every month.
Hurst PlayersLocal Theatre company who usually put on four productions a year from their own theatre on the High St.
Hurst Village CinemaProvides the residents of Hurstpierpoint and the surrounding area with access to a diverse range of the best films available from around the world, as well as independent US and British films, classics and forgotten or overlooked gems.
Hurst Bowls ClubFormed in 1923, the Bowls Club can claim to play on one of the most attractive Greens in the County, on South Avenue Recreation Ground.
Hurst Lawn Tennis ClubWith 3 floodlit tennis courts and a clubhouse, Hurst Tennis Club are situated on South Avenue, on the edge of Hurstpierpoint in an idyllic location just at the foot of the South Downs.
Hurstpierpoint Historical & Geographical SocietyWe have monthly meetings with invited speakers giving talks which include local history. Look out for posters in the village advertising our events.
Hurst Horticultural SocietyRegular meetings, talks and shows throughout the year.
Hurst FestivalAnnual arts festival held over the last two weeks of September each year in venues across the village. Over 100 events in 14 days.
St Lawrence FairAnnual fair day in Hurstpierpoint, held on the first Saturday in July each year.
Mid Sussex RamblersOur local ramblers group, they hold walks for all abilities to explore the South Downs and Weald of Sussex.
Hurstpierpoint AllotmentsOur local allotments are run by the Parish Council.
Star Dance Ballroom DancingBallroom Dancing classes held in the Village Centre.
Create Space Dance StudiosDance classes for children and adults of all styles. Also provide holiday clubs for kids.
Poponin Craft and ArtOur local arts and craft drop in shop. They do activities for kids and adults and offer holiday clubs.
Heber OperaLocal opera group.
Woodland, Flora and Fauna GroupThis wonderful group undertakes nature conservation work in the countryside of Hurstpierpoint, Goddards Green & Sayers Common Parish. They are always on the look out for more volunteers.
Hurst ColtsOur local kids football club which has been running for more than 25 years.
Hurst Cricket ClubOur local friendly, sociable and inclusive cricket club.
1st Hurstpierpoint Scouts Group1st Hurstpierpoint Scouts are based at the purpose built Scout Hut on Brown Twins Road.
Hurstpierpoint Brownies and GuidesCheck here for details on our Rainbows, Brownies and Guides groups who all run from the Guide Hut on Trinity Road.
Court Bushes Community HubNewly built community hub managed and run by the Parish Council.
Holy Trinity ChurchOur Parish Church who hold regular services and community events.

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