Things to do in the Horsham, Crawley, Haywards Heath and Burgess Hill area this February half term


Horsham pancake races, 2019. Photo by Derek Martin Photography. SUS-190221-180050008

Here are some of the events taking place in the Horsham, Crawley, Haywards Heath and Burgess Hill areas:

Free disc golf and football session for kids

Horsham pancake races, 2019. Photo by Derek Martin Photography.

Lower Station Road Recreation Ground, Billingshurst

February 21. Free disc golf and football sessions from 2pm-4pm for children aged six to 15, hosted by local Neighbourhood Watch wardens.

To book, email sports.development@horsham.gov.uk with the names and ages of the children, relevant medical/disability information and contact phone numbers

Woodland wildlife workshops

Pets at Home, Burgess Hill

February 15-23. Workshops for children aged 5-11, teaching them all about woodland animals and how to help them during winter.

Birchwood Grove CP School, Burgess Hill

February 17. Inspired by the musical Cats and split into two age groups: age 5-8 years and 8-11.

Conversation with Chris Goodie

St. Bernadette’s Church Hall, Crawley

February 19. Chris gave up his job and spent a year searching for pittas, birds of the tropical forest. His talk is called The Jewel Hunter – A Year in Pursuit of Pittas.

Squire’s Garden Centres

February 17-21. Daily activities from 10am-4pm, including paint a ceramic bird feeder and a spring hunt competition.

St Barnabas’ Church Hall

February 19. Everything provided to make slim, for ages four and up.

Holy Trinity Church Tilgate

February 20. Mixed media children’s art workshop.

Multi activity holiday club

February 17-21. Activities include swimming, racket sports, roller discos and more, for children aged 5-12. £25 a day.

Wakehurst, Kew Wild Botanic Garden

February 17-21. Forage for ingredients, listen to storytelling around a campfire and make nettle soup for lunch.

Wakehurst, Kew Wild Botanic Garden

February 15-23. Collect a card from the visitor centre showing you what to look for and then create a decorative green heart to add the centre’s Show the Love collage. For ages 2+.

Wakehurst, Kew Wild Botanic Garden

February 15-23. Collect an explorer’s rucksack and prepare for a journey through the gardens.

Sport, art and play day camps

February 17-21. Choose a half day or full day of a mix of sport, art and play day activities for children aged five to 12.

February 18-19. Performed by students from Showdown Theatre Arts. Tickets cost £12, £10 for concessions, or £40 for a family of four.

February 19. Children aged four to seven can use the latest tech toys to develop early coding skills. Tickets cost £8.

Pirates and Mermaids for 2–5 year olds

February 20. Play being a pirate on an adventure to find the mermaid’s treasure, then make a craft to take home. Tickets cost £7.

Minecraft-themed activities, ages 7+

February 20. Villager trading game, without screens. Tickets cost £8.

February 20. Use detecting skills to solve the mystery. For children aged five to 14. Entry costs £10.

February 21. Children aged five to 14 can work at their own level to build creative solutions to a range of Lego challenges. Tickets cost £8.

Musical fun for ages 2–5

February 21. Sing songs, dance and play percussion instruments. Entry costs £7.

Creative printing for ages 7+

February 21. Learn printing techniques and produce prints. Tickets cost £10.

Horsham charity pancake races

February 20. Come and cheer on the teams racing through the Carfax from midday.

RSPB ‘Wild families’ nature trail

February 15-23. Follow the wildlife quiz trail and try challenge activities. Entry costs £6 per adult and £3 per child, or free for RSPB members.

February 17, 11am-3pm. A calendar of events to give 16-25 year-olds the chance to help protect and enhamce the national park’s heaths. Activities in Pulborough Brooks include wildlife camera making and birch popping.

February 18. Free badminton sessions from 10am-12pm for children aged six to 15, hosted by local Neighbourhood Watch wardens.

To book, email sports.development@horsham.gov.uk with the names and ages of the children, relevant medical/disability information and contact phone numbers

Free dodgeball session for kids

February 19. Free dodgeball sessions from 2pm-4pm for children aged six to 15, hosted by local Neighbourhood Watch wardens.

To book, email sports.development@horsham.gov.uk with the names and ages of the children, relevant medical/disability information and contact phone numbers

February 19. Bird-spotting games and activities, with a hot chocolate on offer.

Winter Wildlife Children’s Fun Day

Warnham Local Nature Reserve
February 19. Children and parents can join the team for a day in the visitor’s centre and in the reserve. Tickets cost £3 per child.



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