Organisations

The village hall has a wide range of users, click on the title to see details for each group.

Key Contacts

Chairman:  Hannah Stanley ()

Treasurer & Membership Secretary:  Shirley Rosser ()

Activities

Winter months    regular talks & films on garden related subjects,  suitable for all levels of interest and activity.

Summer months    group visits to NGS and other “Open Gardens”, including RHS Wisley.

Annual Plant Sale

Traditional Village Flower & Vegetable Show

Periodic

Plant growing competitions.

Membership fee

Annual, starting January AGM.

Last Tuesday of each month.  Cost £5 per head.  Contact Sue Payne (telephone 01730 815644)

We are a friendly, informal group of around a dozen men and women, all with an interest in writing – whether short stories, poems or novels. Some of us have been published in print, some publish their own work as e-books, others write purely for their own interest and satisfaction.

We meet on Monday evenings from 7.30 to 9.30, at the Memorial Hall (Village Hall), right in the middle of Stedham village which is just over a mile from Midhurst. New faces are always welcome, so please do drop in and say hello; if you would like to tell us you’re coming, just call our Chairman Bob Berry on 01730 814005 and he will be watching out for you.

So what happens during our meetings? Well, some of us bring pieces of our own work to read to the group, while others just listen to the readings, or maybe discuss their future ideas. Occasionally, when time allows, we may be given a Workshop challenge – writing a few words (usually lighthearted) within a few minutes, on a given subject chosen by our Chairman.

If you are an aspiring writer and would like to meet with others who can give support and encouragement, this is the place to come!

For more information about our members and programme, see: https://midhurst-writers-group.webs.com/

Films are screened on the first Friday of the month from October to April. 7pm for 7.30 start.

Entry with Raffle ticket, cost £4 on the door. Refreshments are available before the showing and in the interval.

We are licensed to show any films on general release and aim to choose recently released popular films.

Previous showings include, The Post, Fisherman’s Friends, Apollo 11, Can you ever Forgive me?, A Star is Born, Hampstead, The Shape of Water, Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri, Darkest Hour, Hidden Figures & Their Finest – your suggestions are always welcomed….

Film showings will be posted on the Hall calendar, but if you would like to receive a monthly email update please contact:

Stedham with Iping Parish Council (SIPC) was formed from the remaining parts of what had been the two separate parishes of Stedham and Iping after boundary changes in 1972 and held its first meeting on  20th November of the same year

A parish council is a civil local authority found in England and is the lowest tier of local government. It is an elected corporate body, has some tax raising powers, and is responsible for the civil parish, in this case, Stedham with Iping. It is composed of a Chair and Councillors, the number of Councillors is fixed by the District, in this case Chichester.

Stedham with Iping Parish Council should have 9 Councillors representing the Parish but is currently down to 5 so, if anyone is interested in joining the Parish Council please let the Clerk of the council know at .

A list of the current Councillors together with a brief history of the Parish and Council and details of the Council activities and meetings can be found on its website Stedham with Iping Parish Council.

The Council holds meetings on the second Thursday of each month. Normally these would be held in the Stedham Memorial Hall starting at 7:00pm, but in the current circumstances’ meetings are being held on-line via a video conferencing tool.

Please come – everyone is most welcome to attend. Just email the Clerk at the above address for joining instructions.

Stedham Women’s institute is a group of friendly and fun loving individuals who meet in the Stedham Village Hall on the third Thursday of every month. We have a wide selection of speakers, activities, outings and social evenings each month, as well as taking the time to catch up with our friends over refreshments provided by our members.

Knit and Natter, Walking Club and Supper Club also meet on other weeks throughout the month so there are plenty of opportunities to spend time together. Members can also attend the theatre season at Chichester Festival Theatre, taking advantage of their block booking offers.

More information is available on our website, www.stedhamwi.com  and any enquiries can be sent to

Centenary Celebrations.

Tune into the seasons of Nature and celebrate the seasons of your life with Elena McCloskey

Yoga instructor offering classes of Seasonal Yoga at Stedham Memorial Hall every Thursday morning at 10am.

Intense low pace exercise and mindful meditation for 75 minutes.

Students of ALL abilities including beginners are welcome.

To sign up, please contact

Mobile: 07720 347877

Let’s Get Moving!