Easebourne Garden and Allotment Society
The Society is a friendly place for local gardeners – casual, professional or armchair gardeners – to meet for talks, demonstrations and outings. Every year we a big plant sale in May and a Produce Show in August. We are affiliated with the Royal Horticultural Society and members receive a discount with local garden centres.
For more information about events for 2018 click on the link below, or phone the secretary Tina Litchfield 01730 816542
Membership card 2018
You don’t need to have an allotment to be a member of the Allotment and Garden Society, but if you require information regarding allotment availability, please contact the Cowdray Estate Office on 01730 812423.
Midhurst Camera Club
A social club for traditional and digital photographers of all levels of experience. Meets at Cowdray Hall, Easebourne. Programme includes talks on different aspects of photography, competitions, educational and social trips. For further details please visit www.midhurstcameraclub.co.uk
Football and Rugby clubs
Midhurst & Easebourne Football Club – (website here)
Midhurst Rubgy Club – (website here)
Scouts and Guides
1st Easebourne Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, Explorers
all meet at the Scout Hut opposite Easebourne Priory. Easebourne Explorers – Leader & Contact: Richard Paterson, 07875 414 740 email firstname.lastname@example.org : www.cerberusesu.org Facebook: www.facebook.com/cerberusesu
Easebourne Rainbows at Easebourne Scout & Guide Hut
Contact 0800 169 5901 or www.girlguiding.org/interested
Easebourne Brownies Contact 0800 169 5901 or www.girlguiding.org/interested
Easebourne Guides Contact 0800 169 5901 or www.girlguiding.org/interested
Midhurst and Easebourne Toddler Group
Meeting on Thursday morning from 10.15am – 11.45am at Midhurst Methodist Church Hall in North Street, Midhurst.
If you run a club in the Easebourne area, please e-mail me your details to allow us to add your club to this website.
Midhurst & District swimming club
Midhurst Swimming Club is a local friendly swimming club for children of all
ages and abilities. Now in its 51st year, it has been responsible for
teaching hundreds of children around Midhurst to swim. This is not a
‘competitive’, ‘pushy’ swim club. Our ethos is one of enjoyment, fun,
learning in a safe and friendly environment. We love seeing children’s
confidence grow in the water whilst having fun with their friends. In
addition to learning to swim, we believe the benefit the children enjoy from
spending time with their friends, independent of their parents and school
environment, is immeasurable.
• Thursday evenings, 6.30pm to 8.30pm. 10 swims per school term
• 1 full hour swimming at Haslemere. Leisure Centre
• Coach transport to and from Midhurst Bus station, Easebourne and Fernhurst
(included in fees)
• Fees from January 2018– £85 per term with £15 annual insurance fee
• Swim England Insured and affiliated.
• Children supervised throughout by parents (parents asked to help on 1 or 2
evenings per term) and fully qualified swim teachers
• We welcome enquiries from parents for children of school age, or
approaching school age, and run a waiting-list if we are over subscribed
• For more details contact Kathryn Davies on 07880 646464 or
email@example.com or visit us at www.midhurstswimclub.co.uk
White Horse Shooting Club
The White Horse Shooting Club was founded in the summer of 2015 to facilitate Clay Pigeon shooting events and competitions for patrons of the White Horse. The club meets once a month over a 9 month season. Details can be found in the White Horse pub or on their website www.whitehorseeasebourne.co.uk/whsc