Rodmell Reelers meet in the Village Hall to learn Scottish Country Dancing. Beginners are welcome and you don't need to come with a partner as we change after each dance.
Catch up with coffee and a cake! Rodmell Coffee Club events are held on the last Wednesday of each month, and are open to all local residents.
A voluntary group run by local residents who recognise the value of ‘good neighbours’ who can provide transport and other small services to people who need them in Rodmell, Northease and Southease.
The official village meeting place
Rodmell Stage Company needs actors and helpers for its yearly pantomime: experience and talent optional!
The RHS holds shows in Spring and Summer, and other events. Members are entitled to discounts at some local garden shops, including Paradise Park.
Weekly yoga classes in the Village Hall, for all levels including beginners
Rodmell Cricket Club plays on Sunday afternoons on the cricket field, once again with 11 home fixtures in 2020
Botanical Painting Classes in the Village Hall by Vicky Mappin, an established botanical painter and Rodmell resident
The Rodmell Book Group usually meets on the last Monday of the month in the Abergavenny Arms, at 8pm. Anyone who wants to come along is welcome.
A growing number of villagers now use bulk buying syndicates to save money on their heating oil. We list a couple of them.
The Rodmell and Southease Women's Institute has now formally closed. You can read its past records here.
The Parochial Church Council (PCC) of St Peter, Rodmell, meets four times each year.
A monthly group for people to come and share their ideas, projects, knowledge, etc, over a cup of tea.
A friendly group of ladies who meet on the 4th Sunday of the month to work on quilting projects
Rodmell Bridge Club has now transferred to Kingston, where it meets on Wednesday nights. All welcome - no need to bring a partner
Sustainable wood supplies for your open fire or wood burning stove
An informal arrangement with Le Bourg-Dun, a small rural community in Normandy which shares some of Rodmell's features. Not so much twinning as cousining, perhaps.