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Lindfield news
Lindfield news

LINDFIELD ARTS FESTIVAL: The good news is that ticket reservations for the full Lindfield Arts Festival 2016 programme is now available online. Most events, activities and workshops are free. However, because of venue restrictions, there is a need to reserve your place to ensure that you are able to participate or be in the audience. The full programme is now on the website: www.lindfieldartsfestival.com/events. There are many family friendly things to do, plenty to admire and much to listen to and see. The arts and crafts will be in the King Edward Hall with refreshments provided by the Lindfield Bonfire Society. There will be 2 High Street performance areas, buskers and open venues around the High Street with Mid-Downs Radio announcing the events as they are about to happen. We have a new Lindfield Play being performed by the Lindfield Dramatic Club and a graffiti installation being created alongside circus performers. Something for everyone, so make sure that September 17 from 10am is in your diary. It’s an event not to be missed.

AFTERNOON WI: The next meeting is on August 9 from 2.15pm to 4.15pm in the King Edward Hall. New members and visitors are very welcome.

COUNTRY MARKET: Every Thursday from 10am to 11.15am. King Edward Hall. Do pop in and have a coffee/tea for only 50p while you browse the local products and craft items.

Adventurers’ Art Club Exhibition: King Edward Hall till Sunday August 7. Entry 50p. Well worth a visit to see many excellent pictures by local artists. Most pictures are for sale and are priced very reasonably.

TIGER ARTS: The next lunch-time concert will be on Wednesday August 10 at 1pm in the United Reformed Church. Celestia (Katherine Collett (Soprano) and Margaret Watson (Harp) present a programme of classical and popular music. Lunches from 12.15pm in the church hall. Donations gratefully received.

MUSICAL SUNDAYS: At Borde Hill from 1pm to 3pm on August 7. Entertainment for all the family including woodland walks. Bring a picnic, sit back and relax. Included in standard entry price. Also on August 14, 21 and 28.

HAYWARDS HEATH UNITED REFORMED CHURCH: Saturday August 13 from 10am to 12 noon. £1 and under sale. Many bargains all at £1 or less including books, cakes, toiletries and bric-a-brac. Refreshments available. Free entry.

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