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

COFFEE morning: on Saturday 9 April held at P9olegate Community Centre, is hosted by Kit Wilson Trust. All welcome in the lounge from 10 am until 12 noon. more info from www.kitwilson.org.uk.

WALKS: on Saturday 9 April include Buxted Park, with Mary B. meet at Nevil Road, Uckfield 10.30 am. Bus no. 54 9.08 am Terminus Road stand H. finish 13.00 5 miles. Bring lunch or eat in Uckfield at the end. Leader on the bus at Church Street. Or Wheel of Fortune with Bob B. meet at carpark on Dyke Road, near Devils Dyke. Brighton. At 10 . GR 273093 finish. 13.30. 8 miles public house option. Use car park near Golls Farm.

WALK on Sunday 10 April: not a lot to drink , met bus no. 12 9.37 Terminus Road, to East Dean. walk starts at East Dean carpark at 10 am. Dry lunch, Jevington. Finish 14.45 8 miles. Café at end.

POLEGATE DRAMA group’s: next production is in May. For more info please contact Ryan Tate or Chloe Eason, at Polegate Community Centre for more info. The play is called Kindly Keep it Covered.

FRIDAY WHIST CLUB: meet in the lounge at Polegate Community Centre from2-4 pm. Pop along and join us its only £3. Asession.

NOW TAKING bookings: for stalls at our Summer Fair at Lower Willingdon in July, organized by Willingdon Triangle Traders to apply for a booking form please contact Telephone Maureen on 4859714 or email maureencopping@yahoo.co.uk or call in at the Friendly Cuppa, on Wednesday mornings at Trinity Cburch

FRIDAY CRAFT group: Our craft group goes from strength to strength. If you are interested to learn how to knit, crotchet, make cards, cross stitch, embroider, quilting, then this is the group for you. Or if you have a craft that you can teach others, new people are always welcome. You can just sit and chat if you want to. We charge £1. Which includes tea and coffee. Just come along between 10 am to 1 pm at Polegate Community Centre.

MEETING: on Tuesday 12 April for Pevensey Transport Interest Group our speaker is Ian Gledhill, on the Brighton Tramway. All meetings held at Westham Village Hall, from 7.30 pm. Visitors welcome.

WALK: on Wednesday 13 April Over the Ouse, with Tony W. meet bus no. 12 9.43 am. Terminus Road to Denton Corner. Where walk starts at 10.25 am./ dry lunch YHA Southease, finish Lower Rise, Newhaven 1600. 9.5 miles hilly.

MEETING of Polegate and Willingdon Local History society: on Friday 15 April, our speaker is Paul Lendon, On The Buses. Doors open at 6.30 pm. Meeting starts at 7pm. Visitors welcome.

POLEGATE CAMERA CLUB: meet on the first Tuesday of each. month at Polegate Community Centre from 7.30 pm to 10 pm. We are a very friendly group of keen amateurs who share our expertise and have fun taking photos. We occasionally have speakers and for our April meeting we have a film of a specific photographer. For further info please contact Joan Brown on 489028.

POLEGATE WI: next meeting on the 2nd Thursday of the month, where we will be welcoming members and friends and may be a speaker. For more info contact Avril Parrini. Our meetings are held in the lounge at Polegate Community Centre, from 2.15 am.

NOW TAKING bookings: for Thomas events at the Spa Valley Railway. Bookings taken on line. . Look at our website for more details. Tunbridge Wells West Station, TN2 5QY or online at www.spavalleyrailway.co.uk or telephone 01892 537715.

TRINITY DINERS: next lunch is on Friday 15 April, please reserve your place with Jennie on 484189.

WALK: Saturday 16 April with Mavis M. Return to Hilliers meet at Cuckoo Trail School Lane, Polegate9.45 am bus no. 54 9.08 am Terminus Road Stand H. to High Street, finish at 12.45 5 miles. Flat walking with 2 stiles. Refreshments at Hilliers.

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