Lindfield news
Lindfield news

Mid-Sussex Sinfonia Concert: Sunday 12th February at 7.30pm in Great Walstead School Chapel, Lindfield. Works by Mozart and Beethoven. Conductor Peter Fender. Tickets £12(£14 on door.) Ticket secretary 01444 411470 or Carousel Music on 01444 417654.

Lindfield Preservation Society: Tuesday 14th February at 2.30pm in the King Edward Hall. A talk by Geoffrey Mead called: River Ouse: Source to the Sea. This talk will look at the geology and geography of the river basin and how that influences the social and economic history, its agriculture and settlement patterns. All welcome. Entry free. (John chapman. 01444 484470.)

Ensemble Reza: A free lunchtime concert on St Valentine’s Day. This will be at Haywards Heath Methodist Church from 1-2pm on Tuesday 14th February. Refreshments will be served from 12.30pm. Featuring some of the greatest popular romantic works for quartet as well as a few lighter pieces, this concert should please all romantics out there. For more information please email

Mid-Sussex Decorative and Fine Arts Society: Wednesday 15th February at 10.15am for 10.45am-noon in Clair Hall, Haywards Heath. “Gallery on the Street- Public Art in the City of London,” a lecture by Alexandra Epps. Discover the wealth of contemporary art in the streets of London. Non members welcome. £7 on the door.

Lindfield Country Market: Thursday 16th February from 10am-11am in the King Edward Hall. Come and browse, have a coffee/tea and a chat. Always great value for money.

Mid- Sussex National Trust Association. Thursday 16th February at 2.30pm in Clair Hall. “Truth to Nature”- the development of landscape painting by Jackie Parry.

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