The Bognor Regis Horticultural Society meet on the fourth Thursday of most months in the Jubilee Hall, Chalcraft Lane, Bognor Regis. There is a Show Table at each meeting for members to exhibit anything they have grown or made, to be judged by fellow members or visiting speakers. Points are gained and a cup is given for the most number of points won throughout the year. Every year in June, we hold an evening show for members to show their prowess in roses, sweet peas etc.
Clubs in Bognor Regis
Bognor Regis Lions Club had its first meeting in October 1965 and the Charter was presented to the club at the beginning of March 1966. Two of the original members are still with the club 44 years later!
Over the past 44 years Bognor Regis Lions have raised in excess of £1 million, the majority of which has been given to local causes. The raising of this money has been possible due to the generosity of Bognor’s residents and visitors and, as the Lions administration expenses are met from members’ subscriptions, all donations from the public go to charitable causes.
Bognor Regis Model Railway Club meet at their clubroom(s) located within the grounds of Aldingbourne Sports & Social Club, Westergate. We welcome anyone who models in any gauge and scale.
We meet at our clubhouse (location above) every Tuesday from approx 7.30pm until 10.00pm. For more information, please visit our website.
Bognor Regis Swimming Club was founded in 1965 and offers competitive swimming training as well as a Learn to Swim programme run by qualified teachers and coaches.
During the week and at weekends we run training sessions that are split into different squads based on the ability of a swimmer.
Our training is done at The Bognor Regis Community College Pool, South Way, Bognor Regis and at the Arun Leisure Centre, Felpham Way, where we also host competitive galas.
Bognor Regis Table Tennis Club is part of MS Table Tennis Academy and welcomes participation from everyone, irrespective of their age, background or ability. We are especially keen to welcome newcomers to table tennis, as well as those who perhaps are thinking of returning to the sport after many years away.
BRYC started life as a sailing club in 1949. A club house was built in 1950/51 when the club became very popular as a location for sailing the Merlin Rocket, a fast wooden sailing boat.
During the early 80s the then commodore introduced a modern fast catamaran which proved very popular with club members; to this day they are the most favoured craft at the club.
At Bognor RFC we run four senior sides, mini and youth rugby. We are a community club and have an open door policy. If you want to play or support us you will be made most welcome. Our Mini and Youth section have the RFU Seal of Approval and the club is working towards Whole Club Approval.
Felpham Sailing Club is situated on the promenade near Blakes Road, Felpham. All skill levels are catered for from expert to beginner and coaching courses are arranged at least once a year.
The club hosts a major dinghy championship every 2 years, with facilities that allow for fleets 100+ boats. We have an enviable reputation and many of the countries’ top sailors have enjoyed their time sailing with us.
We're sorry to announce that as of 3pm on Tuesday 31st March 2015 our club will close it's doors for the final time.
This decision has been reached as our landlord has notified us they wish to develop the site where our club is located. We have written to all our members
The Middleton Camera Club has been running for many years and members enjoy a varied programme made up of workshops, demonstrations and competitions both fun and serious. The club is very friendly and welcomes anyone with an interest in photography, whether novice or experienced. Middleton Camera Club meets on 1st and 3rd Mondays from September.