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Whiteway evening events are held on Fridays.

Workshops & study days are held on Saturdays.

Eclectic subjects.

You are bound to find something you’ll like.

We have large rooms, we have smaller rooms - all for hire for events of all kinds.

All at a very reasonable cost..

Celebrating? Check the charges.

If you’d like to

• have go at a computer for the first time

• expand your knowhow  and experience

• brush up your skills

- this is for you.

Use the Centre’s laptops if you wish.

More than you can shake a stick at.

Wide ranging subject matter, great tutors, and always extremely good value for money. What more can you wish for?

Our courses begin in the autumn each year, and run for varying lengths of time.

Prepare to be Informed, Educated and Entertained.

For 40+ years the Rottingdean Whiteway Centre has provided a vital resource to our local community. Adult education and leisure courses, special events, rooms for hire, a home for clubs and associations, and a computer club - all are available. Click an image.

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ARCHAEOLOGY at the Whiteway

In conjunction with the Sussex School of Archaeology, a series of lectures … more

Rottingdean Lectures 2016 with booking form3A.pdf

A new venture this autumn is a series of Saturday morning archaeological lectures run jointly by the Centre and the Sussex School of Archaeology based at Mays Farm, Selmeston.  We start on Saturday 24 September, 10.30 a.m.-12.30 p.m., with a lecture on Bignor Roman Villa by Dr David Rudling, joint author of a recent book on this topic.  

David will cover the discovery of the site and the various subsequent phases of excavations and other fieldwork aimed at exploring and better understanding this important West Sussex monument.

Subsequent lectures will include: ‘Neolithic Britain: The First Farmers’ on 29 October (tutor: Annalie Seaman) and ‘Mesolithic Britain: The Last Hunter Gatherers’ on 3 December (tutor: Chris Butler).  There will be a short break for tea/coffee at about 11.30 a.m.  Fees: £10 per lecture or £25 for all three sessions.

Enquiries:  Veronica Carter - OR tel. 01273 304180.