Ardingly

Ardingly Country Market: every Thursday from 10 - 11am. At Hapstead Hall. We are very pleased welcome a new stall holder to the market from Thursday 7th April, selling high quality and beautifully made handicrafts, including lace, crotchet and stitched items. Also items will be available to order.

This is alongside a thriving market selling fresh seasonal produce, cakes, savouries, eggs, venison and much much more. Tea, coffee and biscuits are still only 50p. Come along for a chat and a very warm welcome with plenty of free parking too.

Look out for details of our bobbin lacemaking demonstration that will be coming soon

Any queries about buying or selling to the market Manager Jenny on 01444 89214701444 892147

NSPCC Ardingly: are looking for donations of bric a brac, Good As New, etc. for future events. If you can help please call 01444 892692/01444 892777

Ardingly College:, Mid Sussex Older People’s Council and the Parish Council have been working in partnership with the ‘Get help to get connected’ sessions, which ran last year and have been very successful and therefore are continuing to run in the New Year.

What is this? - Would you like to learn how to get connected to your friends and family via the internet or over the phone? Would you like help with your shopping, but cannot get to the shops? Students from the College will be ready, willing and able to help you! If you have a laptop, tablet or mobile phone bring it along, if not still come along as students can advise you on what is available, what price and how they work.

Who is it for? - Anyone 50+ living in Ardingly or the surrounding area

How do I get there? – If you cannot get to the college, a school minibus will be organised. Please call Anita on 01444 24276001444 242760 in advance to book a lift.

When is it happening? – Every Monday, term time only 1.45 pm – 3 pm.

Where is it happening? – Ardingly College

If you have any further questions please contact Anita on 01444 242760

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