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Lindfield Horticultural Society. Spring Show on Saturday 1st April from 2pm-4.45pm in the King Edward Hall. Admission £1.

Lindfield Country Market. New and starting this week will be a table of reasonably priced toys for sale. This will include jigsaws, games, soft toys, a range of items suitable for babies to young children. As Easter is fast approaching pop in for delicious cakes and plants ready to put in your garden. Every Thursday from 10-11am in the King Edward Hall.

Mid-Sussex Franco-British Society. Next meeting on Wednesday 5th April from 8pm-10pm in the Function Suite at Clair Hall, Haywards Heath. A French film with English subtitles will be shown called “Gemma Bovery,” inspired by Gustave Flaubert’s 1856 novel “Madame Bovary.” All members and visitors are most welcome.(Visitors’ fee is £4 per evening.)

Lindfield Lunchtime Concert. The next concert is on 12th April at All Saints Church at 1pm. Shona Knight.(soprano) Shona graduated in music from Durham University in 2013. In her final year she won a concerto competition to perform Britten’s Soprano Song Cycle, Les Illuminations, with the university Chamber Orchestra before touring the work in Prague. Light lunches will be served in the Tiger Lounge from 12 noon. Admission and lunches continue to be free, but gifts towards expenses will be gratefully received.

Next Film Show. This will be on Thursday 20th April at 7.45pm at the King Edward Hall. Doors open 7.30pm. Tickets on sale at Tufnells at £6. The film is called “Lion” and stars Dev Patel as the adult Saroo Brierley. It is a powerful true story. Born in a village in Madhya Pradesh in Western India Saroo became separated from his older brother at a railway station when he was 5 years old and fell asleep on a train. When he woke up he was speeding thousands of miles away from his home to the city of Kolkata. (Calcutta) There he was placed in an orphanage and eventually adopted by an Australian couple. In his 20s, haunted by his past, he set about searching for his family.

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