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Wivelsfield

Wivelsfield Films: on Sunday July 30 will be showing Viceroy’s House (12a) with Hugh Bonneville, Gillian Anderson and Michael Gambon . . Doors/bar open 7pm., film starts 7.30pm.

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Ardingly news

Ardingly

St. Peter’s Church: Sunday 23rd July. 8.00am Holy Communion (BCP). 10.15am Holy Communion (CW) with prayer for healing & wholeness

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Lindfield news

Lindfield

Lindfield Country Market: Every Thursday from 10-11.15am in the King Edward Hall. At this time of year there is always a large plant stall as well as cakes, home made preserves, eggs and many craft stalls, toys and games. Come and have a browse and enjoy a tea/coffee and a biscuit.

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Plumpton news

Plumpton

CRICKET: sees Plumpton & East Chiltington CC in two league games this Saturday (July 22). The First XI are away to Fletching and the Second XI are home, at the King George V Playing Fields, to Alfriston. Both games start at 1.30pm. For more information about the Club contact Charlie Wycherley on 07912 935889 or at charles@wycherleys.co.uk.

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Newick news

Newick

Newick Cinema: This week’s film is “Viceroy;s House” on Sunday 23 July, in the Village Hall. Doors open at 7 p.m. to give time for socialising and a drink or two, before the film starts at 7.30.

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Chailey news

Chailey

SUMMER FUN: on Chailey Green, organised by St Peter’s Church, takes place this Saturday (July 22) from 1pm to 4pm. There will be live music, games, toys, a fabulous raffle, food, cakes, strawberries and cream, art workshop, tombola, Harvey’s, Pimms and Bluebell Wine tents and many more exciting stalls. Entry is free. For more information or to donate a raffle prize call the Parish Office on 01825 722286.

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Hurstpierpoint news

Hurstpierpoint

STORIES OF HOLY TRINITY: On Saturday 29th July ‘Stories of Holy Trinity’ will take the form of two workshops; one focusing on art and the other on writing. These will run in the church from 10.30 to noon and will aim to encourage participants to respond to the church building and atmosphere through art or writing. No previous experience or knowledge are required and complete beginners are welcome. There will be no charge for the workshops, but it will be necessary to book a place, as we aim to have no more than 8 participants on each workshop. For more information, or to express an interest, please contact Miriam Patrick on 01273 832657 or mim.patrick54@gmail.com

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Balcombe news

Balcombe

BALCOMBE FETE: Thank you to everyone who helped to make the Fete another great event this year, and to all those who came along. If you won a voucher for the Maize Maze at Tulleys Farm or for Fishers Farm tickets please call 811833 to collect the actual tickets for entry.

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Bolney news

Bolney

Dog treatment: Julia Robertson is the founder of Galen Therapy, which is pioneering a form of treatment for dogs known as Canine Myotherapy.

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Cuckfield news

Cuckfield

Cuckfield Mayor’s candidate: Evelyn Stenning , is holding a coffee morning in aid of her mayoral fund on Saturday 29th July in the Old School from 10.00am until 12.00noon. Entrance is £2 which will include coffee and cakes. On sale will be cakes, handmade cards, jewellery, books and preserves. A raffle and tombola will be running to boost Evelyn’s fund.

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Ditchling news

Ditchling

Ditchling WI: Our July meeting was our Celebration Lunch to commemorate 100 years of Ditchling WI. Our visitors included invited guests from other local WIs in our group and others who have helped in various ways. A lovely lunch was provided by the committee followed by a beautifully decorated cake to celebrate the 100 years. Margaret Watson entertained us royally on the harp with a medley of well known tunes. It was a wonderful day and everyone enjoyed it. Our next meeting is our August coffee morning in aid of the Kent and Sussex Air Ambulance. September 7 meeting at 2.15pm. Anna Astin on Jolly Hockey Sticks in Ditchling Village Hall. Any queries please contact Briony Coomber on 01273 845069.

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Newick news

Newick

CRICKET: The Charity game last Sunday was a pleasant success, with two evenly matched teams. A major problem for the Cricket club, as it was also for the football and Rugby clubs during their 2016/2017 season, is a shortage of players, particularly youngsters. A partial solution may be a change of format in the youth leagues.

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Handcross news

Handcross

Don’t forget Help at Hand’s Cream Tea: on Saturday; it starts at 3 pm in the Parish Hall and is expected to be finished by approximately 4.30 pm. The cost of your homemade tea is the same as it has been for the last few years in that it will be £3.50 per person and no charge for accompanied children still at school. This is a local voluntary organisation serving villages in the parish, ie Handcross, Warninglid, Pease Pottage and Slaugham and provides much needed transport for so many to appointments outside the area that they would struggle to get to so please do go along and support them. They are always on the look out for more drivers and people to man the phones (match those in need to drivers!) so if you would like more information or would like to offer your services, go along on Saturday afternoon - you never know, if you buy a raffle ticket or two, you could come away with some very good prizes if you are lucky!

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Chailey news

Chailey

SUMMER SHOW: organised by the Horticultural Society takes place this Saturday (July 15). There are classes for produce, flowers, plants, photography, handicraft and cookery. Do go along and see the exhibits from 2.30pm, there’s sure to be an excellent display. Prize giving is at 4pm and will be followed by an auction of produce. Refreshments will be available, including homemade cakes. For more information or a Show Schedule call Peter Estcourt on 01273 400791.

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Cuckfield news

Cuckfield

Twelfth Night: will be performed by the ever popular Rain or Shine Theatre Company in Cuckfield Recreation Ground on Thursday 27th July at 7.30pm. Gates will open at 6.00 for picnics. Please bring your own chairs,. If is wet, the performance will be moved to the Queen’s Hall. Tickets available from the Cuckfield Parish Council Office (open daily from 10.00 until 3.00), telephone 01444 454276, at £13 adults, £11 concessions and £6 child.

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Lindfield news

Lindfield

Lindfield Country Market: Every Thursday from 10-11.15am in the King Edward Hall. At this time of year there is always a large plant stall as well as cakes, home made preserves, eggs and many craft stalls, toys and games. Come and have a browse and enjoy a tea/coffee and a biscuit.

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Plumpton news

Plumpton

‘VINTAGE COFFEE MORNING’: to raise funds for the Driving Scheme takes place on Saturday July 15, from 10am to midday, at Bryndon, Station Road ,Plumpton Green. There will be coffee, tea, homemade cakes, biscuits, plant and bric-a-brac stalls and a raffle. The Driving Scheme operates to provide lifts for residents of Plumpton and East Chiltington which can be booked in advance by calling Gill on 01273 890055 or Jackie on 07855 213 947. If you would like to know more about the Scheme or are considering volunteering as a driver do call Gill for an informal chat and/or an information pack..

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Balcombe news

Balcombe

BALCOMBE FETE: takes place on Saturday 15 July from 12.00 noon until 5.00 pm at the Recreation Ground and then from 7.00 pm until 10.30 pm when Two Choices will be playing live. The Fete is run by a team of volunteers and any profits raised are ploughed back into good causes within Balcombe. Do support the afternoon by buying raffle tickets if you are unable to attend but better still come along for a fabulous afternoon of stalls, shows, and varied entertainment. Look out for terrier racing this year, dog obedience, dance, and not forgetting tug of war, egg throwing and The Hounds! As ever, the Beer tent will be showcasing a range of beers, serving drinks all day and into the evening. There will also be a Pimms tent and food from the Scouts and Tiggers during the day, and chilli in the evening. Have a think about what you can enter for the Craft Show too – the range of classes is listed in the Parish Magazine. We will love to see you.

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Burgess Hill

Open Gardens: 23rd & 24th July Gardens open for the NGS

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Ansty news

Ansty

CARD & TABLE GAMES CLUB: will be meeting on Thursday 20th July, 2pm to 4pm, it costs £2 per person which includes a cup of tea and a slice of cake, please ring 01444 413061 for venue details, everyone is welcome.

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