Lindfield Arts Festival: team and trustees want to thank everyone who contributed to the success of the festival last weekend. The variety and quality of the arts were amazing. The High Street buzzed with performances, exhibitions, buskers and dancers. Circus Brighton was incredible. The concerts and workshops were well attended and the feedback has been most positive. Without the expertise of the workshop leaders who generally give their time free of charge , there would be no activities and we thank them for sharing their knowledge and experience with our visitors. We hope everyone enjoyed themselves. A special mention and thanks must go to the Sponsors, Friends of the Festival and Volunteers without whose support we would not be able to put on such an extravaganza, together with the generosity of the pubs and restaurants in the village that offer their facilities to the performers. A final thank you too to the High Street traders, local church and halls whose facilities benefit all the visitors. Lindfield Arts Festival has been a great success. Well done all and see you in 2017!
Lindfield Country Market: With the children back at school how about using some of your time now to learn a craft? The market is offering informal teaching of the basics of knitting, supplying the needles and wool, so you only need to turn up to have a go. Along with a coffee or a tea and biscuit it costs just £1 a session. Places will be limited so first come first served. It starts on Thursday 22nd September at 10am in the King Edward Hall. You could soon master enough to knit a scarf or a hat for the winter.
Heat for Health: stay well and warm. Here are some drop-in sessions coming up over the next month: Saturday 24th September 8am-1pm Flu Clinic, Moatfield Surgery, East Grinstead. Saturday 1st October 10am-Midday Martlets Hall Foyer, Burgess Hill.( MSOPC Coffee and Cake Morning.) Friday 7th October 9.30am-4.30pm Princess Royal Hospital Foyer. For more information see: www.msopc.org.uk
Harvest Supper and Barn Dance: Saturday 1st October at the United Reformed Church. A ploughman’s meal is included. The dancing starts at 6.30pm and eating will be between 7 and 7.30pm. All welcome. Tickets are now available-£5 for adults and children free. Tickets from Terry Ward on 01444 482986.
Lindfield Prom Concert: 7.30pm. King Edward Hall. Adur Concert Band fundraising for St Peter and St James Hospice. Tickets £10 from Tufnells or on the door.
Lindfield Flower Club: 2.30pm on the 27th September in the King Edward Hall.
Royal British Legion: Quiz Night with Fish and Chip Supper at King Edward Hall on Saturday 1st October at 7pm. Quiz 7.30-10pm. Tickets at £11 available from Jane Harding 01444 454846 or Pauline Parkyns 01444 482672.
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