Haywards Heath and Beech Hurst Bowls Club
Haywards Heath & Beech Hurst Bowls Club is a friendly mixed club, affiliated to Bowls England and Sussex County Bowls. We currently have some 65 playing members as well as over 30 family and social members.
Please visit the Haywards Heath and Beech Hurst Bowls Club website for more information.
Haywards Heath Cricket Club
The Haywards Heath Cricket Club is steeped in history and has seen an array of talent from test players to county players to local club players play on its picturesque ground at Clair Park.
Please visit the Haywards Heath Cricket Club website for more information.
Haywards Heath Golf Club
We are able to offer memberships to suit all needs: we have thriving Men’s, Ladies, Seniors and Junior sections which offer regular competitions, we have a Pro Team to support coaching needs and a well-stocked Pro Shop. The club also runs a number of non-golfing events: bridge, Sunday lunch and a variety of evening entertainments.
Please visit the Haywards Heath Golf Club website for more information.
Haywards Heath Rugby Football Club
Haywards Heath Rugby Football Club is an English Rugby Union team and has a long standing record of developing players who go on to play professional ruby. They have Seniors Teams, a Ladies touch rugby team, junior and mini teams. Their squads welcome new players at any time.
Please visit the Haywards Heath Rugby Football Club website for more information.
Haywards Heath Table Tennis League
Haywards Heath Table Tennis League is a friendly thriving league with teams made up of players primarily from in and around the Mid-Sussex area. For all players interested in participating, the league serves the following towns/villages: Haywards Heath, Burgess Hill, Lindfield, Cuckfield, Hassocks, Wivelsfield, Balcombe, Ansty, Ditchling, Hurstpierpoint others.
Please visit the Haywards Heath Table Tennis League website for more information.
Traditional Taekwondo Sussex
TTA Sussex is a member of Grandmaster Loh’s (9th Dan) Traditional Taekwondo Association (TTA) and is recognised by the British Taekwondo Council (BTC). Formed in 2015 and in line with the ethos of the TTA, the club teaches traditional-style Taekwondo. At the heart of its teaching individuals are taught how to harness mind, body and spirit so that they can learn to move forwards and lead balanced and healthy lifestyles.
Please visit the Traditional Taekwondo Sussex website for more information.