Cuckfield Museum: Evening Strolls with museum guide, Richard Constable on June 9th and Aug 16th at 6.30pm, meeting outside the Queen’s Hall. Richard will lead a relaxed evening stroll, taking about an hour and a half, pointing out features of historic interest and ending up in the churchyard. Cost: £5 or £3 for Museum members
Cuckfield Royal Observer Post Open Weekends 2016: In 1962 an underground bunker was built near Cuckfield churchyard as part of the Royal Observer Corps Post. It formed part of the Cold War early warning system and stayed in place until 1991 when the Post was closed. Mark Russell and Ed Combes have restored the bunker to how it would have looked at closure.
ROC Post open weekend dates: Sat 4th June 11-5, Sun 5th June 10-1;
Sat 2nd July 11-5, Sun 3rd July 10-1; Sat 27th Aug 11-5, Sun 28th Aug 10-1.
For more information visit: www.facebook.com/cuckfieldnuclearbunker and www.rocremembered.com. or Tel: Phillipa Malins 01444 452307 www.cuckfieldmuseum.org
NSPCC: Cuckfield Branch will be holding their popular annual plant sale on Saturday 7th May 10-1 at Brinkley Lodge, London Road, Cuckfield. There will be a wide variety of good-value plants including perennials, patio plants and veggies. Entrance free. Coffee and home-made cakes and an attractive garden to wander around. Plants to sell would be very welcome. For further information please ring 01444-459579.
Cuckfield Dramatic Society’s: next production is the comedy ‘Pardon Me Prime Minister’ by Edward Taylor and John Graham from 1st - 4th June at the Queen’s Hall. CDS is offering a ‘First Night Special’ of 2 tickets for £12. Ticket prices are £7 each for Wednesday and Thursday night or £8 each for Friday and Saturday night. Tickets are now available from Wealden Stores, Whitemans Green or from Marcus Grimes, High Street, Cuckfield.
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