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Hailsham news

FIDDLER ON THE ROOF: Sunday Hailsham Old Pavilion Society (HOPS) is screening this 1971 film musical, at The Pavilion, George Street, Hailsham, at 7.15pm (doors open at 6.45pm). Tickets £7 (concessions and children £5.50).

CORINTHIAN CHURCH: This Sunday the service at Primrose Hall starts at 11am and is followed by refreshments. The Medium on this occasion is Rosalind Costello.

PHOTOGRAPHIC SOCIETY: This week’s lecture was by Rosemary Wilman Hon. FRPS entitled An Evening of Contrasts. Rosemary began her talk with a series of photographs taken in Santorini followed by the Isle of Harris and Lewis, The Golden Temple, Iceland, Falkirk (of the 100ft tall horse head sculpture called The Kelpies), and Valencia. However this was not a travelogue, as Rosemary says she is not a travel photographer but someone who happens to take photos on her travels. The club was treated to an evening of spectacular and uncomplicated images where the emphasis was on creativity of colour, sometimes contrasting, sometimes vibrant and sometimes muted. Rosemary’s photography contains a wide range of genres but within these genres the photos are compositionally simple, and Rosemary experiments with shape and form seeking out the unusual. A truly inspiring evening.

TWINNING QUIZ: Tickets also include supper on Saturday October 29. Teams are of up to six at £8pp. Please confirm with Pauline on 01323 846539 if you are bringing a team along as soon as possible.

SCI FI FILM FEST: Charity film festival at the Hailsham Pavilion in on October 15 and 16. Hyperdrive Sci fi and fantasy independent charity film festival returns to Hailsham Pavilion. After the success of the 2015 event, Hyperdrive 2016 returns to Hailsham. Over the space of two days, over 30 films will be shown. The event is subdivided into six screenings with three screenings each day. The films range from full length feature films to shorter productions. There will be opportunities for questions and answer sessions with some of the film makers. The films are all from independent film makers and have a Sci Fi/Fantasy theme. All profits will be donated to the Demelza House Childrens Hospice. Tickets are priced at £4 per session, or a full weekend pass is just £15. They are available through the Hailsham Pavilion box office on 01323 841414 or online at www.pavilionhailsham.co.uk. A full list of the films being shown is on the event website www.hyperdrivefestival.com/.

RAMBLES: They’re off again. Hailsham Ramblers that is. There is a long walk on Wednesday of 4.5 miles with Elaine and Larry (01424) 214374. This is the Herstmonceux circular, passing the Castle. There are some stiles, it is mainly dry and easy walking. There is a possible car park charge of £1 per car. Also on Wednesday there is a shorter walk with Jean (844269) around Ashburnham. Please give the walk leader a ring to let them know you are coming along and for further information.

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