'˜Cuckfield Museum:'s new display '˜Peace at last 1918: Joy and Sorrow' looks at the new world which awaited people after the end of the First World War. From the widow, May Botting, working now to support herself with a circle of Cuckfield women making gloves, to Joseph Blunden, sent with the Army Service Corps to Russia to help supply the White Russian cause in the Civil War which followed the Revolution. These and other poignant stories can be explored until the Museum closes for Christmas on Dec 8th. Museum open on Wed, Thurs, Fri 10-12.30pm and Sat 10-3pm. More information from'

Tuesday, 25th September 2018, 8:27 am
Updated Tuesday, 25th September 2018, 8:29 am

Our Mayor: Evelyn’s coffee morning fundraiser for the Mayoral fund is taking place on Saturday 22nd September in the Village Hall, London Lane from 10 -12.30pm. Raffle, Tombola, Cakes, Handmade Cards, Books, Knitwear and Jewellery. Entrance £2.50 and includes coffee and cake.

Harvest Festival Barn Dance: with a Bring and Share Supper will be held on Saturday 29th September at 5 – 8.30pm Suitable for all age groups and families. Ceilidh band. Tickets from Hilary 400087 or Nicky 473753 £6 (£5 concessions) or £20 family.

MacMillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning: a day early on Thursday 27th September! The Old School Cuckfield (upstairs - lift available) from 10 - 12 noon. Please come for delicious cake and coffee and support this worthwhile cause.

The London Welsh Rugby Club Choir: return to the Holy Trinity Church on Sunday 30th September at 2.30pm. Door open 2pm. Tickets on the door at £20, or in advance £18 from Pepperbox and [email protected]

Craft and Vintage Market: on Friday 21st September from 9.30 – 1pm at the Queen’s Hall. For details contact [email protected]

Ensemble Reza’s Community Orchestra: is recruiting musicians of all ages and abilities. Rehearsals start on Sunday 23rd September from 2.30 – 5.30pm and take place monthly at Warden Park. For more info contact [email protected]