Year of Culture September 52 Project Events

The Horsham District Year of Culture’s 52 Project aims to celebrate culture in all its forms across the district every weekend. There has been a very diverse range of events so far, with the trend set to continue in September. There’s baking, ballet, bushcraft and more! Bake With Jack YouTube star Jack will be demonstrating […]

A new wild art trail for Pulborough to boost local tourism

An exciting new wild art trail experience was officially declared open this week (Tuesday 30 July) showcasing the beautiful Pulborough countryside with thrilling sculptures and artworks, by renowned Sussex artist, Steve Geliot, which are brought to life with the aid of the Pulborough giant’s WildArt trail app. The four-kilometre nature and art-based trail walk starts […]

Art for All

Two exciting projects for the Horsham District Year of Culture 2019 are brightening up the District during summer. The first, Street Pianos, has seen five schools painting pianos donated by the Horsham Piano Centre, which have now been put into place across the District for people to play on. QEII Silver Jubilee School, Castlewood Primary […]

Please help us to find Global Gruffalo No.13!

In January 2019 twenty Gruffalo soft toys were sent on a global journey as part of the Horsham District Year of Culture 2019, established by Horsham District Council. In partnership with Magic Light Pictures, the Gruffalo initiative was created to celebrate the 20th anniversary of The Gruffalo book in 2019, written by the popular local […]

Summer during the Year of Culture 2019

The Summer holidays are upon us so if you’re looking for something to do, with or without the children (!) there are plenty of Horsham District Year of Culture events coming up. Whether you love music, art or fancy being a Viking for a day, there is an event for everyone to enjoy. Exhibitions at […]

Seofon Landscape Artist of the Year – an update

The organisers of the Seofon Landscape Artist of the Year 2019 competition have decided to cancel the competition due to a lack of entries. A spokesperson for the competition said: “Unfortunately it is with regret we have had to cancel the event. Seofon sincerely apologise to those who have sent in entries and for those […]

Andrew Woodfield, Exhibitions Curator and Cinema Exhibit

New Exhibitions at Steyning Museum

Two new special exhibitions can currently be seen in Steyning Museum:  ‘Dearly Beloved’ and ‘Steyning on Film’. What a contrast in subjects, but what a great illustration of the variety of Steyning’s history.  ‘Dearly Beloved’ looks at our local places of worship and includes exhibits from our permanent collection, such as a Vamping Horn, decorative […]