Hailsham

SPECIAL FARMERS MARKET: Master Chef winner of 2006, Peter Bayless, came along to the market on Saturday. Crowds gathered to watch Peter demonstrate his skills using produce from around the market. Even herbs from the plant stall. Peter’s wife is Greek and on the day, given its current relevance, paid homage to Greece and cooked up some lovely dishes and free tasters to distribute amongst his audience. Head of Wealden District Council, Barbie Dashwood-Morris, came along with the Wealden Regeneration Team who support Wealden’s markets and provide all sorts of advice and assistance. Visit www.hailshamfarmersmarket.co.uk Enquiries to info@hailshamfarmersmarket.co.uk or 07887 910150.

SUMMER EXHIBITION: Andrew Forrest, Tony Spencer, John turner and Graham Binks present their summer exhibition at Gallery North, Hailsham High Street which started on Saturday and runs until Wednesday 5 September. I popped my head round the door for a sneaky unofficial preview and was amazed at the beautiful natural wood carvings and creations that were on show there. If you love wood, I would certainly recommend it and there are beautiful paintings other art and photography too.

RESIDENTS MEETING: Hailsham residents turned out for this first meeting of its kind organised by Hailsham Forward. Councillors from Hailsham Town Council, Wealden District Council and a Planning Officer were present. The first question put forward was one shared by most people - how much attention is being paid to the affects all the new housing is having without the infrastructure in place? Southern Water had stated that sewerage had reached capacity and there was a need for another reservoir, doctors were full, roads were full and so forth, and this was beginning to make life uncomfortable for residents

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