Lindfield news
Lindfield news

Haywards Heath Ceramics Group: Thursday 9th March at 10.35am in the Small Hall at Clair Hall, Haywards Heath. The AGM is first followed by a lecture given by Kathy Niblett on “Slipware Alive.” Kathy is a freelance curator, researcher, writer, teacher and lecturer and lives in the Potteries. Doors open 9.45am with coffee served until 10.20am. Non-members are very welcome by prior arrangement with the membership secretary on 01444 483372 or 414477. Tickets are £8.

Jumble Sale: on Saturday 11th March from 12-2pm at the King Edward Hall in Lindfield organised by the Haywards Heath Lions Club. There will be lots of good quality bric a brac, clothes, linen, books and toys. Also a tombola and refreshments which will include home-made cakes. Donations of jumble will be much appreciated on the day at the Hall from 9am or for collection in advance please call 07711 018479.

Royal British Legion: Lindfield Branch. Tea and Talk. “Lindfield Remembers Passchendaele and El Alamein.” Saturday 25th March at the King Edward Hall. Doors open 2pm-talk begins at 2.30pm. Tickets priced £8 from Jane on 01444 454846.

Lindfield Civic Amenity Freighters: These will be in the Tollgate Car Park on Sunday 12th March from 10am-12noon for the collection of household and garden waste. Please do not leave rubbish in the absence of the freighters.

Lindfield Preservation Society: There will be an illustrated talk in the King Edward Hall on Tuesday 14th March at 2.30pm on “Bonsai Trees” by Ken and Ann Norman. The meaning of Bonsai and the origins of Bonsai trees will be discussed. The types of trees which can be Bonsaid; the method of Potting, Shaping, Wiring and Feeding; the seasons of a Bonsai and general care will be explained. All welcome, entry free.( Meeting and Membership information from John Chapman 484470.)

Lindfield Country Market: Every Thursday from 10am-11am in the King Edward Hall.

Next Lindfield Film Show: This will be ‘LaLa Land’ on Thursday 23rd March in the King Edward Hall at 7.45pm. Doors open at 7.30pm. There are not 1 but 2 romances at the heart of this feel-good musical. The first is the year-long affair between the 2 leads. But the other, eternal affection that softly smoulders at the heart of the film is cinema’s love for its spiritual home, Los Angeles.

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