The village has a number of active clubs and societies, including:
The Bridge Club meets in the Village Hall Reading Room at 7:00pm on the first Friday of every month. Contact Barry Sowton on 01403 864704.
Cowfold Bell Ringers
Cowfold Church has six bells and welcomes beginners and experienced ringers to join them.
Ringing for services: 9.30 am 1st Sunday in the month, 4th & 5th Sundays 10.45 am.
Bellringing practice is held at the church on a Tuesday evening 8 pm – 9 pm.
If you would like more information, please contact Stella Bianco (Tower Captain) email@example.com, or Andrea Lacey (Tower Correspondent) andrealacey2@gmail.
Cowfold Community Choir
A relaxed community singing group for those who just love to sing. Everyone is welcome to come along and join in. The group meets on a Monday evening every two weeks at 7:30pm in St Peters Church.
Dog Training Classes
Dog training classes are held in the Village Hall. Contact Jo Shuttleworth on 07813 450123 for more details.
Evening Women’s Institute
The Evening Women’s Institute is a friendly, fun-loving group which meets on the first Wednesday of very month (except August) at 7:45pm in the Allmond Centre.
As always, we would like to welcome any new members or visitors to come and see what we do; our aim is to offer a friendly meeting group for social and, where possible, educational evenings to help and advance our group in whatever way we can.
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Cowfold has boasted a Horticultural Society since the early 1950’s when producing food for families was top priority in the aftermath of WW2. In its present form, the Society has widened its horticultural interests to include all aspects of gardening and enjoys monthly meetings with guest speakers providing a wide and eclectic selection of topics.
Royal British Legion (Sussex Weald Branch and Cowfold & District Women’s Branch)
The Sussex Weald Branch of the Royal British Legion (RBL) covers the villages of Bolney, Cowfold, Henfield, Lower Beeding, Nuthurst (including Maplehurst) and West Grinstead (including Dial Post and Partridge Green).
The RBL plays a key role in helping serving members of the Royal Navy, British Army and Royal Air Force, ex-service men and women of all ages, their carers and dependants and focuses on four key areas: welfare, support, remembrance and comradeship.
Village Social Committee
The committee organises the Village Fete which is held every July on the Playing Field.
A drop-in luncheon/social club for the over 60s which meets in the Pavilion. Refreshments are available – coffee and biscuits in the morning, tea and home-made cake in the afternoon (booked lunches only). Play bingo, cards, etc. and take part in the raffle. A range of social activities are also organised.
New members are always welcome.