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Art ClubTuesdays in the Village Hall Pavilion during school term times.Denise HolbornNot
Bowling ClubPlays in local leagues during spring and summer months and social activities in the winter. Club House on the recreation ground.Gill Burgess01730
Choral SocietyMeets on Tuesday evenings in the Village Hall during winter months. Participates in the Petersfield music festival.Katharine Minchin01730
Churches in the Benefice Doyle (Rector)01730
Community Pop Up Lunch2 course hot meal and coffee for villagers. 1st Wednesday of every month in the Village Hall.Mary-Anne Berendt01730
Community Land Trust
START (Stedham, Trotton, Rogate)
The community land trust is a not-for-profit community organisation run by volunteers to develop affordable housing, community facilities or other assets that meet the needs of the community with membership open to all local residents.Lucy
Heritage CentreArchives and keeps records of historical interest to the village.Mairi Rennie‭07385 615547‬
Knit, Stitch & NatterMeets 10.30am 1st & 3rd Tuesday at East Lodge.Scilla le Pla01730
Library Housebound Reader's ServiceDelivers books, tapes or CDs to keen readers unable to get to either the library or mobile library.Philippa Hill01730
Little AngelsParent & toddler group on Mondays during school term at the Village Hall 9.45 to 11.15am.Harriet Heslop01730
Poppy AppealAnnual (November) Poppy Appeal to raise funs for the Royal British Legion.Ruth Hicks01730
R & T NewsPublished every month, covering Rogate, Trotton and surrounding areas. £10.00 per year and delivered free or £1.00p per issue from the shop or in the churches.Stephen Berendt01730
Rake SchoolRake Church of England Primary School is a small village primary school with a friendly, family feel.Angela Atkins (Office Manager)01730
Rake Village Hall Crofton07770 808
Rogate & Trotton Bellringers
Currently unable to ring regularly due to shortage of ringers.
Rogate Parish Council Harknett (Clerk)01730
Rogate SchoolRogate School is a small rural school for children from age 4 to 11 (Year R - Year 6). From September 2017 will be offering pre-school facilities for 2-3 year olds.Sascha Ryan (Office Manager)01730
Scottish Country DancingWednesday evenings during the winter months in the Village Hall.Barry Greenlea01730
TandemProvides transport and arranges social activities for the elderly and disabled living in the area to the north of the South Downs, roughly between Petworth, Rogate and Fernhurst.0300 030
Tennis Club
2 hard courts on the Recreation Ground. Junior coaching and adult 'mix-ins' on Sunday mornings.
Richard Hatfield0792 738
Trotton Parish Council Ryder (Clerk)01730
Village Hall & Recreation GroundRun by Rogate Village Hall Committee.Simon Haarer (Vice Chair)07909
Village Hall Bookings
Can be booked for social activities as well as meetings and events. Well equipped kitchen.
Ann Hart01730
Youth ClubCurrently not operating. Contact Village Hall for updates.