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Newick

Alzheimers: Some of the creations at the Alzheimers’ Society cup cake morning (The Pantry, Thursday 15) were true works of art. Most impressive to see how many calories could be engineered on such a small base. The gastronomes raised a total of £407 for the Soceity.

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Bolney news

Bolney

Bolney Village Day: will be held on Batchelors Field on Saturday July 8. The theme this year is ‘Around the World’. Fancy dress procession 1.30pm from the Eight Bells and judging will take place on Batchelors Field at 2pm. Variety of stalls, ceroc demonstration BBQ, bar, cream teas, fun dog show followed by an evening barn dance from 6.30pm - 10.30pm. Adults £5.00 (£7.00 on day) under 18’s £2.00 (£3.00 on day) Bring a picnic and own chairs, bar available.

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Chailey news

Chailey

MUM & TODDLER GROUP: at St Peter’s Church on Chailey Green, takes place every Friday from 9.30am. This is free of charge and coffee, tea and biscuits will be available. If you or anyone you know would be interested in coming along please contact the Parish Office on 01825 722286 for more details.

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Ansty news

Ansty

COFFEE MORNING & PLANT SALE: organised by Ansty Garden Club will take place in the Village Hall on Saturday 24th June, 10.30 am to 12.30, Preserves and Bric a Brac will also be on offer, everyone is welcome.

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Ardingly news

Ardingly

Ardingly Fun Run: Sunday 3rd September 12pm. Now in its 2nd year the Ardingly Fun Run welcomes all runners to enjoy the beautiful 5 mile cross country loop around the village and reservoir with great views and a couple of challenging hills. Unique bespoke medal for all finishers, water stop, online results, race photos and enjoy the village fete which takes place all afternoon. Trophies for male and female winner and veteran winners, Prizes for new course records. Well marshalled and very friendly.

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Handcross news

Handcross

Community Bus: I have been reliably informed that the Community Bus service on a Friday afternoon has proved to be a popular addition, so much so that it will continue. Until it has passed all the necessary legal requirements, those who have concessions will have to pay the current nominal charge but as soon as it becomes ‘official’, all concessions will apply.

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Hurstpierpoint news

Hurstpierpoint

U3A HURST, HASSOCKS & DITCHLING: on Friday 23 June, 2 pm, at Ditchling Village Hall a talk open to all by Chris Horlock entitled Brighton in the 60s. Of interest to those who were there? Or those who might like to know about this famous era of the town’s life.

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Lindfield news

Lindfield

Lindfield Country Market: This takes place every Thursday from 10-11.15am in the King Edward Hall. There are now plenty of plants for sale including bedding, basket and vegetables all at great prices. Are you a keen fruit and veg grower who has surpluses they want to sell? The market would love you to join them. There is not a weekly charge for a table but payment of a percentage of whatever sales are made. Delicious cakes including gluten free, home made preserves, eggs and many craft stalls, toys and games plus refreshments.

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Balcombe news

Balcombe

CINEMA: the next film to be shown in the Victory Hall is The Light Between Oceans on Friday 23 June at 7.30 pm. This Romantic drama film tells the story of a couple who are lighthouse keepers off the Australian coast in the post war years and their struggle to raise a baby rescued from a sinking boat. The film stars Michael Fassbender, Alecia Vikander, and Rachel Weisz. Tickets £6 from Threads.

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Cuckfield news

Cuckfield

Cuckfield Parish Council: will meet on 29th June. For discussion are ‘Planning’ at 7.30pm and Finance at 8.15pm. The public are welcome to attend.

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Hassocks

WIND AND STEAM: Come and see the oldest regularly working windmill in Sussex being driven by a steam traction engine, as it was 100 years ago at the end of its commercial life. This will take place at our Special Event Day on Sunday 2nd July from noon to 4pm.

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Plumpton news

Plumpton

JUMBLE SALE: to raise funds for Plumpton Churches takes place this Saturday (June 24) at the village hall. Donations of jumble will be much appreciated; please take jumble to the hall from 9am to midday. The sale starts at 2pm; do go along as there are sure to be lots of bargains, tombola and refreshments.

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Wivelsfield news

Wivelsfield

Wivelsfield Films: regretfully had to cancel the film “Jackie” scheduled for Sunday June 25th due to lack of bookings. Ticket holders will be refunded, just phone Alan Janes on 01444 471201.

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Ansty news

Ansty

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

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Balcombe news

Balcombe

ROYAL BRITISH LEGION FISH AND CHIPS: event with Bingo takes place in the Forest Room on Thursday 15 June at 7.00 pm.

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Chailey news

Chailey

MUM & TODDLER GROUP: at St Peter’s Church on Chailey Green, takes place every Friday from 9.30am. This is free of charge and coffee, tea and biscuits will be available. If you or anyone you know would be interested in coming along please contact the Parish Office on 01825 722286 for more details.

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Scaynes Hill

Allotments: After many years of waiting Lindfield Parish Council are now the owners of a small parcel of land in Clearwater Lane. They are currently undergoing planning for the best possible layout after which the allotments will become available for rent. The Council are pleased to inform that the waiting list for allotments is now open and that applications are welcome from both within and outside the parish. Please contact Cllr. John Dumbleton (482633) or the Parish Office (831499) if you are interested.

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Cuckfield news

Cuckfield

Ensemble Reza: will perform at the first ever Cuckfield Arts Festival on Saturday 24th June at 7.30 pm at Holy Trinity Church, Cuckfield. The programme features piano soloist Caroline Tyler. The programme will also include Weben Langsamer Satz; Mozart Piano Concerto No. 22 in E flat Major arranged for string quartet and piano and Brahms Sextet No. 2 in G Major. Tickets are £13 and £3 for under 18’s and are available from Carousel Music; Wealden Stores, Whitemans Green and Pepperbox, High Street Cuckfield; also on line at www.ensemblereza/boxoffice.

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Ardingly news

Ardingly

Ardingly Country Market: every Thursday from 10 - 11am at Hapstead Hall. 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.

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Handcross news

Handcross

The Outing Club: is off on a river boat trip on Sunday starting at Walton on Thames and includes a ploughman’s lunch whilst traveling down the Thames. The pick up times are as follows: Haywards Heath 9.15 am; Cuckfield 9.20 am; Staplefield 9.25 am; Brighton Road 9.30 am; Truggers 9.35 am; Windmill Platt 9.40 am and finally Pease Pottage at 9.45 am. If you would like more information about this trip, or the Outing Club in general, call Lynn on 400375 or Brenda on 400081.

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