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5 things to do on Father’s Day in Sussex

PUBLISHED: 09:00 01 May 2015 | UPDATED: 12:24 01 May 2015

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Treat your dad this Father’s Day. We’ve put together a list of 5 things to do and activities to enjoy.

1. Clay pigeon shooting

Southdown Gun Club, Findon

Located in the heart of Sussex, Southdown Gun Club is accredited with CPSA Premier status and is one of the largest shooting grounds in the country. Prices range from £31 to £155, depending on group number and duration.

Muntham Farm, Findon, West Sussex BN14 0RQ

01903 877555,


2. Golf

West Sussex Golf Club, Pulborough

This world-rated golf course is a private members club, but welcomes visitors who are guests of a member, part of a society or member of another recognised golf club in the UK or abroad. Its traditionally styled clubhouse is the perfect place to grab dinner after a long day of fresh air on the course.

Golf Club Lane, Wiggonholt, Pulborough, West Sussex, RH20 2EN

01798 872563,


3. Ultimate Driving at Goodwood

Powered by BMW, Ultimate Driving at Goodwood offers a fantastic experience for drivers of all capabilities. With a large range of products available, there is something for everyone. From two hour to full day programmes, prices range from £99-£620.

Goodwood is located just outside Chichester.


4. Go Karting

QLeisure Go Karting, Albourne

With a track purpose built for kart-racing, QLeisure Go Karting is suitable for beginner and professional racers. £20 for 15 minutes Arrive & Drive sessions or £65 per person for a two and a half hour Open GP Bronze session (£60 per person for groups larger than ten).

London Road, Albourne, West Sussex, BN6 9BQ

01273 834403,


5. Food and Drink

A selection of restaurants featured in Sussex Life over the years


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