Meet your local councillors.On Saturday 16 January from 11-11.45 am you can join councillors in the King Edward Hall to discuss local issues. County Councillor Christine Field and 3 District Councillors will be present to hear any concerns and answer questions.

On Saturday 16 January there will be 2 very useful pop-in sessions to revise your knowledge of the Neighbourhood Plan before voting on it in the Referendum on 28 January.The first session will be from10-12 noon in the Scaynes Hill Millennium Centre and the second from 2-4pm in the King Edward Hall. You can also read the Plan details on the Mid-Sussex Council Website.

A new WI Group? There will be a meeting on Tuesday 19 January in the King Edward Hall at 2.30pm with the aim of forming a new WI in Lindfield. Do come along and find out what the WI can offer you. If you phone Yvonne on 01444 483682 she can tell you more before the meeting and you can put your name down on the list of those interested in case you can’t attend on the 19th.

Mid-Sussex Franco-British Society. The first meeting this year will be on Wednesday 20 January at 8pm in the Function Suite at Clair Hall. Barbara Stevens (Secretary) will give an illustrated talk in French called: “Quebec et le Canada Francophone.”2016 marks the 45th anniversary of the founding of this society! You don’t have to be brilliant at French to attend these meetings held each month from September-June but you are encouraged to speak French by the very friendly members. 4 committee members live in Lindfield so I feel the society deserves a mention from time to time in this column! You can attend as a visitor for £4 per evening. Annual membership costs £20.More information on 01444 452385.

Lindfield Country Market will begin again on Thursday 21 January from 10-11am in the King Edward Hall. Do come along! It’s a really good way to buy lovely cakes, savouries and craft items. You also get tea/coffee and a biscuit for £1!

Film Show. The first film this year is “Suffragette.” It will be shown on Thursday 21 January at 7.45pm in the King Edward Hall. Tickets at £6 are on sale at Tufnells.

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