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MACMILLAN COFFE MORNING Friday 25th September from 10am to 12 noon at The Bowls Club, South Avenue. Enjoy delicious home made cakes and browse the various stalls knowing that you are giving your support to this very worthy cause. The entrance fee of £3 includes tea/coffee and cake, and children 50p to include a drink and biscuit. There is a warm welcome for everyone.

HURSTPIERPOINT HISTORICAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY also on Friday 25th September at 7.45pm has a talk about A Sussex Farm in the 1950s, an illustrated presentation by Ian Everest, a Sussex local history speaker. Be amazed by how much agriculture has changed in 60 years. All welcome, non members £3. At the Guide HQ in Trinity Road.

HOLY TRINITY COFFEE MORNING free admission to an Organ Recital by Neil Morris, Church Organist, on Saturday 26th September at 10.45 am. Neil will perform three pieces from popular orchestral, military and piano music, as part of the 10am - 12 noon coffee morning. There will be a variety of stalls offering coffee, cakes, cards, crafts, and good as new throughout the morning. Everyone welcome.

AUTUMN SHOW The Horticultural Society will be holding its Autumn Show at 2.15pm on Saturday 26th September in the Village Centre, exhibiting the pick of autumnal vegetable produce and flowers, including giant chrysanthemums and dahlias. Various crafts like home baking are included as are children’s exhibits. Tea and home made cakes all afternoon, a raffle and at the end of the show is an auction of produce. Entry is free, as is exhibiting, and there is still time to pick up a schedule from Gibsons in the High Street for more information.

MID SUSSEX RAMBLERS WALK A circuit of 5 miles to the south of the village via Danny, Wolstonbury Hill and Randolph’s Farm, on Saturday 26th September starting at 2.30pm at Trinity Road car park. Contact Alison 01273 833794.

HURST AFTERNOON CLUB at its forthcoming meeting on 6th October at 2.15pm in the Village Centre will have a talk on Eating for Health. This will cover the most common digestive complaints, looking at the potential causes and how a change in eating habits can reduce or resolve them. The speaker is Belle Amatt, Lecturer in Naturopathic Nuitrition and Nuitrition Consultant at clinics in Hurst and Hove. All are welcome.

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