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Cuckfield Village Market: on Saturday 10th December will be a festive Christmas event. It is held in the courtyard of the Talbot pub in the centre of Cuckfield from 9.30 until 12.30. The volunteers believe you can get everything you need for your Christmas dinner from the local producers - local game, poultry and meat are all available to order . Also there will be some wreaths on sale. The market is on at the same time as the Christmas Tree Festival in the church, so it’s very convenient to do both together.

Cuckfield Evening Flower Club’s: next meeting will be on Friday 2nd December in the Queen’s HaIl at 7.30 for7.45p.m. The demonstrator this month will be Gill Homer with her demonstration entitled “Countdown to Christmas”. Visitors and new members always welcome. Will members please note the change of date to the first Friday of the month in order not to clash with Cuckfield Christmas Tree Festival. For further details please ring Sue Spooner on 01444 831602.

The Cuckfield Evening WI: had its first meeting since the AGM on Tuesday the 22nd November. The new President , Janine Watts, announced the names of the new committee and officers.

Marion Davison remains secretary, with Linda Short assisting. Dawn Hall will remains treasurer, assisted by Carol Grossman, Melanie Gibson-Barton, gave us a wonderful talk on the life of Edith Cavell. Melanie had researched her subject from a very human point of view, and it was thoroughly enjoyed by all. Our tea hostesses provided delicious cakes and lemon muffins, Members will be “manning “ the tea and cake stall in the Old School on the 9th December for the Street Festival. Our Christmas party will be on the 20th December, and members are asked to arrive at the Baptist Chapel at 7pm.

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