Every year Horley WEA offers a variety of adult education courses across the Horley area, usually in the fields of art, literature, history (local and social) as well as politics. We also often include courses on Ancient Egypt and Archaeology.
Our main programme starts in September, with a smaller number of courses commencing in the New Year and after Easter. Classes are usually held at the Archway Theatre Function Room in Horley, at the Centenary Hall in Smallfield or at the Horley Baptist Church Meeting Rooms.
Please see below for more details of these venues:
Horley Archway Theatre,
Theatre Function Room,
The Drive, off Russell`s Crescent,
Horley RH6 7NQ
Easily accessed from Horley Railway Station: take the low level exit from Platform 1 and then turn right. The Function Room entrance is situated about 30 yards away, across the paved forecourt. Buses 526 and 527 stop here in the bus /station interchange. Buses 20, 424 and 100 stop nearby in the town.
Coming from The Drive, turn left into the bus/station interchange. The Function Room entrance is on the left at the far end of the paved forecourt, within the building marked “Archway Theatre Studio Complex”.
Free parking is available in nearby Cheyne Walk in the afternoons and weekends only. There is a public car park behind Collingwood Batchellor Store a few minutes walk away, an NCP Car Park (payment required) at the bus/station interchange and limited parking on the forecourt by the Function Room.
The Centenary Hall
Wheelers Lane, Smallfield RH6 9PT
There is level access and free parking on site. No public transport in the evenings.
Horley Baptist Church Meeting Rooms
289 Court Lodge Road, off Vicarage Lane,
Horley RH6 8RG
These premises are situated just to the west of the A23 Brighton Road near to the Horley Recreation Ground.
Approaching Horley on the A23 from the north, pass the large roundabout with the petrol station on it, and stay on the A23 for another half mile. At the traffic lights, turn right into Vicarage Lane and then first left into Court Lodge Road.
Approaching on the A23 from the south, turn left into Vicarage Lane at the traffic lights where Meath Green is signed, then first left into Court Lodge Road. Follow this road around a sharp right hand bend. The Baptist Church is on the right.
There is parking on site. Horley Railway Station is a 20 minute walk away.
(Photo credit Flickr.com/David Howard)