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Plumpton Players is an amateur dramatic society who aims to put at least one production on a year.
In 2007, the society was chosen to perform the worldwide premiere of A Wet and Windy Night by Declan Cleary.
In May 2008, the Players performed Dave Freeman's classic comedy/farce A Bedful of Foreigners.
In May 2009, the players performed another first. Don't Look Now by Daphne du Maurier, adapted for the stage by Nell Leyshon, was a real departure for the group and proved that they were as good at disturbing serious productions as well as comedies and farces.
Address: Sanctuary By Inholmes Farm, Plumpton Green, East Sussex, BN7 3DE
Telephone: 01273 890206
Plumpton Pantomime Society
Based in Plumpton Green village and operating out of the local village hall, the Society
consists of Plumpton residents or people who have some sort of connection to the area. Their remit - to raise funds for the village, as well as local charities by putting on one great pantomime annually.
Staging their first production in 1975, (initially as a way to raise money for the local school), the participants had so much fun organising it all, that they decided to make it a regular thing and The Plumpton Pantomime Society was officially born.
Contact: Dave Denny
Address: 24 West Gate, Plumpton, East Sussex, BN7 3BQ
Telephone: 01273 891303 / 01273 891249
Plumpton & East Chiltington Cricket Club
We are a friendly, family orientated club based in the heart of Sussex at Plumpton Green.
We have two senior mens teams who play league cricket on Saturday's, a team who play in the National Village knockout competition (Sunday's), a Sunday friendly team and a team who play occasional mid week friendly matches.
Our league cricket is played in the East Sussex Cricket League, with the First XI playing in Division One and the Second XI playing in Division Five.
Anyone who is interested in playing cricket either at a competitive level or a social level are welcome to come down and see us at the ground or make contact through one of the club officials
Plumpton Tennis Club
The club is situated beneath the South Downs within the beautiful Sussex countryside. Our facilities now include 4 outdoor hard courts all with floodlights, a brand new clubhouse with kitchen and toilet facilities and a car park. We have a qualified LTA coach (adult and junior coaching) and an extensive events and social calendar. Mens and Ladies teams compete in Sussex LTA leagues, and a team of Mens, Ladies and Mixed doubles plays in the local Horam league.
A club session is available on Wednesday evenings from 18:00, guests are welcome. Organised doubles matches against other club members take place on Wednesday and Thursday nights at 8.00pm. Courts are also available to hire by the general public at competitive rates. New members are always welcome.
Plumpton Rugby Club
Plumpton Rugby Club was founded in 1967 by Roy Ford Esq. The club evolved from Plumpton Senior Scout Group who with Roy Ford's guidance formed the nucleus of the club. The first game in the club's history was against the students of Plumpton Agricultural College on November 27th 1967.
In the club's history there have been some highs and lows, one such high was the 1987/88 season when the club played 33 games winning 30 of them on their way to the 'Sussex Merit Table C'. In recent times the 2004/05 season was another high when the club won the 'Sussex League 3 Central' and the 'Sussex Plate', a great achievement for the club. As with all sporting organisations there have been low times, the club has managed to survive those testing seasons and is now progressing towards 44 years of rugby at Plumpton.