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CONCERT: Eastbourne Choral Society are giving a concert in All Saints’ church on Saturday November 28 at 7.30pm. They will be singing Handel’s Coronation Anthems plus some other beautiful English cathedral Anthems, including Zadok the Priest and I was Glad…The choir will be accompanied by well known organist, David Force, and conducted by their Musical Director, John Hancorn. Tickets: £12 available from Tourist Information Centre or at the door.

MEADS MAGIC: Don’t forget Meads Magic on Friday, November 27 from 2.30pm onwards raising money for Eastbourne Mencap. Stalls selling festive fare etc. Father Christmas arrives at 4.15pm and 5.15pm Meads Magic Show. The event finishes at 7.30pm.

LADIES CIRCLE: The next meeting of the Meads Ladies Circle will be on Friday, November 20 at 2.15pm. This will be held in the lounge of All Saints Church Centre, Grange Road and the talk will be on Finland - the land that inspired Sibelius. New members are welcome.

TALK: Edward Dickinson will give an illustrated talk about his new book Eastbourne in Detail tomorrow, Saturday, at St John’s Parish Hall at 7.30pm. The book was launched to critical acclaim at the Grand Hotel at the end of September and the 200 pages with over 340 beautiful photos show some of the town’s fascinating buildings and architecture. Most of us walk by them every day without noticing the details. All the buildings shown in the photos are readily accessible from the street or found in buildings open to the public. Admission is free just turn up on the night. The presentation will last for around one hour. This is your chance to see and hear what treasures we have in the town (many in Meads) and to buy or order this superbly produced book which will make a memorable Christmas present at a cost of just £20

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