Activities at the South Portslade Community Centre include
computing, English and maths classes,
weight watchers and
Foredown Tower in Portslade is a rare combination of viewpoint and museum all rolled into one.
The museum is interesting enough with the camera obscura a highlight and plenty of interesting science and engineering exhibits. The attraction also features a countryside centre which is good fun for kids. Foredown Tower itself is a converted Edwardian water tower and is a noteworthy building in its own right.
But it's the views you can see from the top of Foredown Tower that are its real attraction, giving you a chance to look over Brighton and Hove and right along the Sussex coast and out to the English Channel.
Portslade's club for runners and walkers. The runners meet at Portslade Sports Centre and the walkers travel further afield to enjoy the West Sussex fresh air.
The guides in Portslade run sections for Rainbows, Brownies and Ramblers as well as Guides.
Portslade's cricketers play in the Sussex Inviation Cricket League and play their matches at Benfield Valley Park, off Old Shoreham Road in Hove. Below the Ist XI the club supports junior cricket with teams at all age groups.
Details of the Portslade Darts League.
Portslade Athletic currently enter two teams in the Brighton & Hove and District League.
Portslade Pirates play basketball on Sunday afternoons at Portslade Community College Sports Centre and welcome new basketball players.
The website of the Parish of St Nicolas & St Andrew, Portslade.
Portslade United Reformed Church,
Station Road/St Aubyns Road,
Portslade schools information compiled by us here at West Sussex.info