Lindfield news
Lindfield news

The Lindfield collection for Marie Curie Cancer Care: on 4th March achieved the wonderful total of £488. Thank you to everyone who gave so generously. (Marion Couzens.)

Haywards Heath Music Society: Saturday 18th March at 7.45pm in St. Wilfred’s Church. The latest performer to be selected by the Society from the illustrious Countess of Munster Award scheme is concert pianist Riyad Nicolas. This Syrian born artist comes with an impressive list of international awards, prizes and notable performances. His programme will include works by Beethoven, Chopin, Liszt, Ligeti and Ravel. Tickets are priced at £9 (£8) for members and at £12 (11) for non-members. In person at Carousel Music and on the door on the concert night.

Kangaroos Charity Group: On Tuesday 28th March at 7pm for 7.30 start at the Stand Up Inn in Lindfield High St there will be a quiz night supporting the Kangaroos Charity Group. Prices are £20 per team for up to 6. There will be a winning prize and a raffle. Funds raised go to Kangaroos registered charity group. Contact for a booking form. This is an essential service to mid-Sussex communities providing fun and supportive weekly activity groups and days out for disabled children and adults.

Lindfield URC: on Saturday 25th March at 3pm. Tunes and Tea. The Perdido Players Swing Band will play a selection of music mainly emanating from the 30s and 40s, especially playing songs that Dame Vera Lynn made famous as we approach her 100th birthday. Admission is free and there will be a retiring collection in aid of the Air Ambulance. For more information contact Peter Swann on 01444 450335.

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 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. Tickets £6 from Tufnells. (Jennie Powell 01444 483431.)

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