TODAY (Wednesday), at 1pm, Dawn Taylor (soprano) and David Nunn (baritone) give the lunchtime concert in All Soul’s Church. Next week, Val Cornish and Brenda Gower, accompanied by Ester Bird will be responsible for the programme. Admission is free.
NEXT Saturday (June 16) Clare leads members of the Eastbourne Rambling Club on a circular, -all-day ramble of 12 miles, starting at Seaford Station at 9.40am. Meet at the Avenue at 9am for transport or take the no. 12 service bus to Seaford, departs Terminus Road at 8.57 am. The morning route of seven-and-a-half miles will finish at Exceat in order to catch the Eastbourne bus or, alternatively, to continue to the Seaford start, a distance of four-and-a-half miles.
ALSO ON Saturday, the former National Guitarist of the Year, Terry Lees, will perform at the Coffee Morning in the Underground Theatre, 10am-noon. At 7.45pm a professional drama will take place entitled ‘Spitfire Solo’. This is the story of a former Battle of Britain Pilot, who faces a battle for survival 60 years on. Tickets, £10, available at the coffee morning, Tourist Information Centre or at the door.
ON TUESDAY, June 19, members of the Friendship Club will present their own choice of music in the Central Methodist Church Hall, Langney Road at 2.30pm. This is the final meeting until September 4.
ON MONDAYS, mini treatments for hands, feet, upper back, neck and shoulders as well as Indian Head massage takes place at the WRVS Russell Centre. You can also obtain facials, pedicures, manicures and reflexology. Book with Ann Caira on 720876.
IF YOU are registered blind or severely sight impaired and are concerned with the television digital switch over, a representative of the service will be outside Debenhams store, Terminus Road today (Wednesday) and tomorow to give advice and assistance.
THE Devonshire Park Evening Townswomen’s Guild has a visit from Liz Thorpe-Tracey on Wednesday, June 20, 7.15pm in All Saint’s Church Hall, Grange Road. Guests are most welcome.
THE next meeting of the Saffron’s Ladies Club is on June 17, 10am in St. Saviour’s Church Hall, South Street, when local author Paul James and general manager of the Langham Hotel, Neil Kirby, will talk about the seafront hotel.
THE British Red Cross can provide a ‘Sitting Service’ to allow carers to have a break from their caring responsibilities, over a period of four to six weeks. Referrals can be self referring, by a family member, healthcare workers or voluntary agencies. Call 0800 0280831 to arrange a visit to discuss requirements.
THE Royal Association for Disability Rights has produced a free guide called ‘Doing Transport Differently’ to inform people with any disability of what kind of access there is, how to plan journeys and what to do if things go wrong. Download a copy on www.radar.org.uk/doing transport-differently.
ON Wednesday, June 20, as part of the series of organ recitals in St. Andrew’s URC, Blackwater Road, Ashley Grot, from Gloucester Cathedral, will play at 7.30pm.