Club Grounds

The club’s grounds occupy just under six acres of ancient woodland in Southern England close to the South Downs and less than ten miles from Brighton and the sea. The secluded yet sunny site is easily accessible by road. Village shops and other amenities are nearby.
The beautiful grounds bear witness to the hard work and dedication of the membership. We have no paid staff, and all work undertaken on behalf of the club is carried out on a voluntary basis, all effort being gratefully acknowledged.

The barbecue and spit roast area is available to all members at all times.

If the weather is good, the club’s barbecue is lit on Saturday evenings throughout the summer. Bring some food and a bottle and join in.

There are extensive sunbathing lawns as well as quiet areas for those who want to get away from it all.

Other Facilities

Our clubhouse is spacious with a large, covered veranda where morning and afternoon tea or coffee can be enjoyed along with the rest of the Apollo Community. Ice-cream and confectionary is also available.

The clubhouse is equiped with a darts board, pool table and television for those rainy days or relaxing evenings.


The club has a ‘Holiday Chalet’ which is available to rent, for further information click here.

There is a large outdoor pool with extensive tanning lawns with trees so there is shade if you prefer it. We have ample space for camping too.

There is a guest fridge in the south fridge shed, which can be used to keep your cool drinks cold and there are washing up facilities, for day visitors, should they be required. There is also a shed where day visitors can store sun loungers etc.

Take a dip in the large outdoor pool to cool down after lying in the sun on those really hot days. We have 2 shower facilities, the northerly facility has a large wet room with 2 showers, hand basins, ladies and gents toilets and a sauna. The smaller southern facility has a private shower with ladies and gents toilets.

There are ample grounds to accommodate tents, campervans and caravans. For further information click here