For your Diary

Thursday, 23 August, 2018
Sussex Produce Dinner

You can book your meal at the cafe from August 1st where they will take contact details for you.

You will then be contacted for your menu requests and who you would like to sit with. There are tables of 4 and 6.

Do come along for an enjoyable evening.

A hamper donated by the cafe will be raffled. It is now on show in the museum. Tickets are £1 each.


Saturday, 22 September, 2018
Autumn Coffee Morning
10.30am - 12.00
at the Penfold Hall

Saturday, 10 November, 2018

Armistice Lunch
at the Penfold Hall

Saturday, 1 December, 2018
Victorian Christmas Talk
at the Saxon Room, Steyning Centre

and Bank Holiday Mondays
For visitors

Steyning Museum is open on Saturdays and Bank Holiday Mondays from 10.30am right through to 4.00pm (4.30pm in the summer months).

In other words, there is no lunch time closing on these days - so we hope you can come along. There is lots to see and do for all the family, including our children's corner with brass rubbing and mosaic tiles.

Steyning is always a lively place on a Saturday, especially on market day (the first Saturday of the month). Car parking at the museum is free and entrance to the museum is free too.

Museum Arch

Everyone has a story to tell . . .

Steyning Station

Do you live locally or have Steyning connections?
Help Steyning Museum to record our past.

Did you experience wartime in Steyning - the Land Army, the Home Guard, the British Resistance? Were you educated in Steyning and have memories of the Grammar School? Did you travel on the Horsham Flyer? Do you have information about the market, local farms or traders? Do you remember the Silver Jubilee celebrations and the carnival floats? Have you been involved with local sports clubs or any of the dozens of local clubs and societies? Did you spend your childhood in Steyning or were you an evacuee here?

There are a myriad of topics and tales to tell. We want to hear from you. Our interviews will be informal and hopefully enjoyable.

If you feel you may be able to help, please make contact. Leave your name and telephone number with a brief idea of your topic at the museum for Liane Watt, or leave a message for her on telephone number 01903 813333.

You can also contact Liane Watt via email:

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