Singing Allsorts: Charity Summer Concert on 15th July at Holy Trinity Church, Cuckfield at 7.30pm. The local amateur 50 voice choir is raising funds for Kerwin Court Brain Injury Unit, Horsham and also for Alzheimer Research. Tickets £8 (pre-booked), available from Cuckfield Post Office or Wealdon Stores, or £10 on the door

Charity Golf Day: at Haywards Heath Golf Club August 28th 2015 in aid of Ken Gregory’s Cuckfield Mayoral fund . Coffee and a Bacon roll from mid-day, followed by 18 Holes of Golf, followed by dinner at the Rose and Crown Cuckfield with a Charity Raffle and Auction. £50 per player, additional guests welcome for dinner at £20 per head. If you would like to donate a prize for raffle they would be most welcome. For further details or information contact Ken on 01444 457547 or 07702 110742 or e-mail

Cuckfield Evening Flower Club’s: next meeting will be in the Queens Hall, Cuckfield on Friday 10th June at 7.30 for 7.45pm when we will be having a demonstration by Gill Homer entitled “Bright Ideas” New members and Visitors always welcome. More details from Sue Spooner 01444 831602.

The Royal Observer Corps Bunker: will be open this month on Saturday, 18th from 11.00am until 5.00pm and again on Sunday 19th from 10.00am until 1.00pm. For more information contact Phillipa Malins on 01444 452307 or In 1962 an underground bunker was built near Cuckfield churchyard as part of the Royal Observer Corps Post. It formed part of the Cold War early warning system and stayed in place until 1991 when the Post was closed. Mark Russell and Ed Combes have restored the bunker to how it would have looked at closure.

Cuckfield NSPCC: held their open gardens at the end of June. It was a very successful afternoon with lots of visitors enjoying the 11 open gardens and delicious teas. £2,000 was raised to add to the £1,500 from the plant sale in May. The committee would like to thank everyone who supported these two events and in particular those who generously opened their gardens to visitors.

Ways of Seeing: July - September 2015: For our summer main display, the Cuckfield Museum is once again delighted to welcome second year Design & Craft students from Brighton University to exhibit items they have made, inspired by objects in our collection and by their field trips to Cuckfield’s New England Wood.. The students visited the Museum twice earlier in the year , before our Spring re-opening, to take a close look at items normally kept behind glass or in storage. Their work, in a variety of materials, is shown alongside the objects which caught their imagination and the accompanying texts explain in detail how each individual student approached this subject. The Museum opening times are Wed 10-12.30 and now Fri 10-4pm and Sat 10-4pm

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