Links

Under our themes of community, compassion, creativity and contemplation, we engage with a wide range of activities. Here are some links to areas of interest and organisations that you might find helpful.

Folk Music Clubs

Horsham Folk Club – Every Sunday –The Normandy Centre Denne Road, Horsham, West Sussex RH12 1JF. 8pm £ Varies

Croydon Folk Club – Monday –Ruskin House, 23 Coombe Road, Croydon, Surrey, CR0 1BD at 8pm on Mondays. £ Varies.

Amberley Acoustic Music Club – The George and Dragon, Houghton, near Amberley, West Sussex, BN18 9LW. Usually meet first and third Tuesday nights but other Tuesdays are also used.

The Chichester Acoustic Music Club -Gribble Inn at Oving. 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month. Local and visiting performers.

City Folk Club, Chichester – Friday – Regnum Guide Hall,29 Whyke Lane, Chichester, PO19 7US. Weekly singaround, 8.pm.

Local Folk Musicians

Mike Reinstein – Performing songwriter.

Trevor Clawson – Performing songwriter, writer, journalist.

Stuart Coupe – Performing songwriter and Secretary of The Chapel.

South Downs Uilleann Pipers – Collective who play this beautiful instrument and who rehearse at The Chapel.

Local Unitarian Chapels

The Oyster Project – Award Winning Disability Project in Lewes.

Horsham Unitarian Church – Sister congregation to Billingshurst Unitarians.

Other Visual and Performing Arts

Anthony Dilley – Superb amateur photographer from Billingshurst.

Interfaith and Places of Spiritual Development

Horsham Inter-faith Forum – Group working for inter-faith understanding.

The Chapel and its friends sometimes find themselves on Youtube. 

A celebration of the links between folk music and the Unitarian tradition. 

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