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Women's Institute

The Women's Institute (WI) was formed in 1915 to revitalise rural communities and encourage women to become more involved in producing food during the First World War. Since then the…

The Victoria Institute

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Estasblished in 1897, 'The Vic' provides a place for creative development, social relaxation, reading, education and training. It is also a venue for original theatre, performance and art. It is…

The Swallow Club

All comers are welcome to the Swallow Club dinners organised by the Friends of St Nicholas to hear interesting and distinguished national and local speakers from many different walks of…

Arundel Allotments

Arundel Allotments are owned by the Angmering Park estate and the allotments are in Priory Road, Fitzalan Road and Tower House, London Road. ​Please contact Lyn Babington for more information.

Arundel Go Club

Arundel Go Club Go is one of the world's great strategy board games and originated over 3000 years ago in China. It is part of popular culture today in Japan,…

Clack & Yak
Knitting, Crochet, Sewing & Chat

Arundel Bridge Club

Arundel Bridge club is inviting new members.  We meet between 7pm - 10pm on alternate Tuesdays throughout the year in the a central location in Arundel (get in contact for…

First Friday Networking Club

Welcome to free networking: We have been networking for over 10 years! Free entry, no ‘lock-outs’, just turn up, no need to pre book. Bring your business cards, a smile…

Arundel Freemasons

"Freemasonry is one of the world’s oldest and largest non-religious, non-political, fraternal and charitable organisations. It teaches self-knowledge through participation in a progression of ceremonies. Members are expected to be…

Arundel Wine Society

The aim of the Society is to provide a structure whereby Members can broaden their knowledge and enjoyment of Wine in a convivial and fun social environment. Regular meetings take…

Arundel Catenian Association

The Catenian Association is an international body of proudly Catholic laymen who meet at least once a month in local units called Circles, to enjoy each other's company and thereby…

Lavinian Club

This group was founded by the late Duchess Lavinia in 1950 We are a wholly secular club open to anyone in Arundel over the age of 60. The annual subscription…