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Hellingly and Horsebridge

MOTHERING SUNDAY SERVICES: 8am Holy Communion, St Peter and St Paul, Hellingly, 10.45am Family Worship. Holy Trinity Church on Coldharbour Road at 9.15am.

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Telscombe news

Telscombe

SUMMER FAYRE: This popular event will be taking place in Chatsworth Park, Telscombe Cliffs on Saturday July 8 from 1pm to 4.30pm. We are also looking for volunteer stewards throughout the afternoon, so if you have a spare hour or more, please let us know on 01273 589777, thank you.

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Upper Dicker & Lower Dicker news

The Dickers

MOTHERING SUNDAY SERVICES: Holy Trinity Church on Coldharbour Road at 9.15am.

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Hailsham news

Hailsham

CRAFT SALE: Charles Hunt Centre tomorrow, Saturday, from 9.30am to 2.30pm. To book a table £7.50 call 01323 844398.

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Hampden Park news

Hampden Park

Easter is nearly here: Here are the Easter Services at St Peters, the Hydnye. – April 9th Palm Sunday service at 10am followed by the Annual Parish Council Meeting

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Herstmonceux & Wartling news

Herstmonceux

AREA DIRECTORY: Launched at the Vitality Village coffee morning last week, this new informative guide for Herstmonceux and its surrounds lists a fantastic array of activities going on in the area. There is something for everyone. Activities you can join in if you would like to and where a warm welcome awaits. There are also details of what the Herstmonceux Integrative Health Centre has to offer, which is so much more than just fixing you when you are not well. They can help you to achieve your health goals and stay well. Vitality villages is a community organisation based at HIHC which focuses on the health and well-being of residents in Herstmonceux and the local communities. The aim is to promote health and well-being in order to create an environment where individuals, families and communities feel informed, empowered, healthier and happier. It really leaves nothing out and lists everything from clubs to car parks. You can pick up a hard copy from various venues around the village or visit the parish website at www.herstmonceuxparish.org.uk.

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Willingdon, Wannock & Jevington news

Willingdon, Wannock and Jevington

EMINDER: Clocks go forward one hour on March 26.

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Seaford news

Seaford

COMMUNITY CINEMA: Seaford Community Cinema are showing Things to Come cert 12A (Subtitled) tonight, Friday, at The Barn Theatre, Saxon Lane, starting 7.30pm. Advance tickets available from Seaford Tourist Information Centre, 37 Church Street or on the door.

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Polegate news

Polegate

POLEGATE PLODDERS: Would like more folk to join their running/jogging group. Please contact Brian Winn on 07765216990 or email brianwinn1@btinternet.com

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Peacehaven news

Peacehaven

WRESTLING: This event will take place on the Saturday April 1 at 7.30pm, Community House, Main Hall, Meridian Centre. Buy your tickets from £9 from the Information Office before the event, as all tickets on the door will be available at £12.

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Alfriston news

Alfriston

A IS FOR ALFRISTON: One of our prettiest villages, so say Sussex Life who journeyed through an A-Z of Sussex finding all the things we love. This landscape around us has always inspired poets, artists and writers, views and industry on the downs may have changed dramatically since Eleanor Farjeon wrote her Sussex Alphabet and All The Way to Alfriston but the beauty, smells and sounds that inspired her can still be found and are as inspiring today as then.

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Pevensey & Pevensey Bay news

Pevensey and Pevensey Bay

COMMUNITY TREE PLANTING: Visitors are welcome to visit the Pevensey and Westham Comunity Apiary to help with tree planting. You will be ale to learn more about their bees and other wildlife and trees. Meeting at 1am or 12 noon till 3pm on Sunday 19th march. Meeting place is the Pevensey recreation ground car park on Wallsend Rod where visitors will be escorted to the site. Anybody interested but unable to make either of these two times can call 07402321382

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Telscombe news

Telscombe

THIS WEEK: Sees the launch of the South Downs National Park Authority take the lead campaign, with great tips for dog walkers to enjoy the South Downs, Telscombe, Saltdean and Peacehaven.

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Willingdon, Wannock & Jevington news

Willingdon, Wannock and Jevington

TRINITY DINERS: The next meal is today, Friday, at Trinity Church Hall, Coppice Avenue. Doors open at noon, for lunch at 12.30pm. Menu is fish pie and vegetables, with vegetarian alternative, Bakewell tart and cream, tea or coffee, for the price of £5.50. To book your place please telephone Jennie on 484189.

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Seaford news

Seaford

FAIR TRADE MARKET: Tomorrow, Saturday, at The Clinton Centre, Clinton Place starting 10am until 1.30pm. Entrance 50p which includes Fairtrade coffee, tea or soft drink and try some tasty bites made from Fairtrade ingredients. Stalls include clothing, crafts food products etc. and raffle. There is also a Children’s Corner.

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Peacehaven news

Peacehaven

BINGO: April’s bingos will be on Friday April 7 at 7pm, and Wednesday April 12 at 2pm.

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Herstmonceux & Wartling news

Herstmonceux

COFFEE MORNING: Vitality Village will be holding its coffee morning on Monday from 10am to noon in the Great Space at Herstmonceux Health Centre and hope that many people will join them for a cuppa. This time we will have a nostalgic talk looking back to the days when pharmacists were renowned for the mystical concoctions they compounded in an attempt to cure all common ailments. The days when side effects were unheard of, Friday night was Californian Syrup of Figs night and Exlax Caters Little Liver Pills and Beechams Pills were to be found in every medicine chest. Those were the days of boils carbuncles and chilblains when chests were rubbed with Camphorated Oil and Andrews Salts worked wonders for the liver. Ladies creamed and powdered their faces with products by Ponds and gentlemen held their hair in place with Brylcreem. A table full of pharmaceutical memorabilia guaranteed to bring memories flooding back accompanies the talk.

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Hailsham news

Hailsham

BEETLE DRIVE: Today, Friday, afternoon from 2pm to 5pm at the Charles Hunt Centre. £3 per person. All welcome. In aid of Age Concern.

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Upper Dicker & Lower Dicker news

The Dickers

BLUEBELL WALK: Running from Saturday April 8 to May 15, this year marks the 45th year of the Arlington Bluebell Walk. Over that first weekend Upper Dicker Village Hall and Church will be running the tea room and entry to the site. There are many exciting changes including giving a new look to the website at www.bluebellwalk.co.uk. From the Upper Pond, there is an additional entrance to the White Walk which has been extended round the maize field to cater for this. This path has a stone surface, as does the River Walk alongside this field, so lessening muddy boots on wet days. The existing square signs describing the flora and fauna around the Blue Walk have been looking rather tired, so all have been replaced. They list plants, trees and animals you may see when it is quiet, also mentions some animals and birds we would rather not see in Beatons Wood and the reasons why not. Last year we saw many more small paths created off the Blue Walk into the bluebells, resulting in the leaves and flowering stems being trampled, so they are probably damaged for this year. We saw metal hoops being used at Sheffield Park, to keep their visitors on their main paths, so we are trying that idea this year and hope we don’t upset too many keen photographers and inquisitive children. The boarding around the Animal Barn has been replaced. On one of the 8’ x 4’ boards is an enlarged picture, taken by Pete Goldsmith, resident photographer, early one morning at the Lower Pond as the sun was rising. He has also provided another one for the Gents toilet, to mimic the one put in the Ladies last year. Finally, the kitchen in the Bluebell Barn has been enlarged to assist the charities with their catering arrangements, but it has meant that the Action for Medical Research’s second hand book room has had to be re-arranged.

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Stonecross, Westham & Hankham news

Stone Cross, Westham and Hankham

PEVENSEY AND WESTHAM COMMUNITY Apiary: Volunteers of all ages are welcome to help with the Community Fruit Tree Planting on Sunday March 19.

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