Thinking of a Visit to Steyning?
St. Mary’s House and Gardens, Bramber: 500 years of History
St. Mary’s is an historic house surrounded by beautiful gardens.
The site was owned by the Knights Templar and the house was built in about 1470. Afternoon visitors are welcome on Sundays, Thursdays and Bank Holiday Mondays during the Summer. There are regular concerts and St. Mary’s can be booked for group tours or private events, including weddings. Read more about St. Mary’s House.
Steyning Country Fair: Late May Bank Holiday Monday
Taking place in odd numbered years only, the Steyning Country Fair is organised by the Steyning Chamber of Trade, with local shops, businesses and groups taking part. It’s a great day out. Steyning Museum is always there, to help raise funds and add to the merriment of the day for visitors and locals. Make a date for the late May Bank Holiday Monday and we know it will be one of the happiest days of the year.Read more about the Country Fair.
This project aims to make Steyning, Bramber and Upper Beeding “the greenest and most sustainable community in the UK.” The group holds a regular stall at the Steyning Farmer’s market advising on, and helping with, recycling plastic, stocks a community fridge, run a monthly Repair Cafe in Beeding, and so on. So your visit might coincide with one of their many activities…Read all about them on the Greening Steyning website.