Useful Information

Useful information

Many of our activities are available to book online.

Select the type of service, then the start date of the activity you are interested in. All dates for that activity will be displayed and you can tick the dates you wish to participate. The next screen will allow you to tick the participants for the activity, allowing you to book more than one child in one go.

Multiple activities can be booked and paid for at the end.

Please note that our Sport, Art and Play Camps for February and Easter holidays are manual booking only.

Leisure Access Card

The Leisure Access Card is a free discount card for residents of Horsham District who receive income-based benefits. It entitles the holder to big savings of leisure facilities, clubs and attractions in the area.

To see if you are eligible and apply for a LAC please follow the link below https://www.horsham.gov.uk/leisurepages/Leisure/leisure-access-card

Reaching Higher Programmes

The Reaching Higher Project provides sports and arts courses for children and young people with additional needs and their siblings

Horsham District Council gained funding to expand the current inclusive sports and arts courses for disabled children and those with additional needs and are currently running thirteen weekly term time courses for children and young people aged 5-18 as part of the Reaching Higher Project. Siblings and friends are also able to participate in these sessions.

All sessions are led by qualified and experienced sports coaches or arts practitioners and supported by experienced support workers and volunteers with training in first aid, medication administration, disability awareness and personal care.

FREE TASTER SESSIONS ARE AVAILABLE AT ANY TIME DURING TERM TIME!

If you wish to book a taster session please contact Kimberley Roberts, Sports Development Assistant on 01403 215631 or email kimberly.roberts@horsham.gov.uk

Compass Card

The Compass Card is an initiative from the charity Amaze and West Sussex County Council that is helping to make leisure more welcoming and more affordable for 0-25s with additional needs living or going to school in West Sussex. Modelled on the Compass Card in Brighton and Hove (recognised nationally as a model of best practice), Compass Card West Sussex provides discounts and special offers at dozens of facilities, including our Reaching Higher programmes.

More information can also be found on the website here: Compass Card