There will be a celebration on October 1st to commemorate the 100 years since All Saints Church bought the Tiger Pub. As you know the Tiger is used for all sorts of meetings etc. So there will be an afternoon cream tea, an evening barn dance and a display of historic artefacts from the old Parvise museum. If you would like any more information about this please contact the church office by email: email@example.com or call 01444 482405.
Staying with All Saints: there will be a concert on Saturday 29th October to raise money for the church organ. The husband and wife team Robert Davies and Elin Manahan Thomas will be bringing you some favourite tunes and classical songs. The concert starts at 7.30pm.
Yet more music!: The next lunch time concert at the United Reformed Church will be on October 12th at 1pm. Helen Arnold (harp) will play for you. Lunch will be served as usual from 12.15 in the church hall. The concert is free but, donations will be gratefully received.
Anyone interested in art?: You can become a member of the Adventurers Art Club. You will be made very welcome even as a complete beginner. It is easy to join. Call 01444 452261 or visit www. adventurersart.co.uk to find out more. Next film evening will be on 20th October at the usual time of 7.45pm. Tickets at £6 can be bought at Tufnells. The film is Golden Years. King Edward Hall.
Don’t forget to visit Cuckfield Museum: if you are interested in finding out more about the railway. The 175th celebrations recently in Haywards Heath were very well attended and very interesting so why not follow up with a visit to this museum.
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