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SUSSEX WILDLIFE TRUST: Guided Walk (Seaford Head) today, Friday, from 10.39am to 12.30pm at South Hill Barn Car Park ref: TV504980. Walk around the reserve with a Sussex Wildlife Trust Ranger. Bring binoculars if possible. Suitable for all ages, children must be accompanied by an adult and sorry no dogs. Tel. 07824151935.

LAST CHANCE: To see a triple bill of one act plays being performed at The Little Theatre tonight, Friday, and tomorrow, Saturday, at 7.45pm. Tickets are £8 and are available from Redgold Opticians, Broad Street. Email tickets@seafordlittletheatre.co.uk or 07801692292.

FETE: Step back in time and enjoy a traditional fete in Bishopstone Village tomorrow, Saturday. There will be the usual stalls, games, music by Seaford Silver Band, a Fun Dog Show, light lunch and afternoon teas starting from noon until 4pm. All proceeds to St Andrews Church, Bishopstone.

SERVICE OF REMEMBRANCE: A short open air service is for anyone who would like to remember their loved ones buried in St Andrews Churchyard, Bishopstone on Sunday at 4pm.

OPEN GARDEN: At Driftwood, 4 Marine Dive on Sunday from 11am to 5pm in aid of the Newhaven Lifeboat.

LECTURE: The East Blatchington Lectures at St Peter’s, Belgrave Road is taking place on Tuesday at 2.30pm. The talk is being given by Simon Parke who has had a varied life after 20 years of being a priest and now a writer. He has written columns for the Daily Mail and a weekly diary Shelf Life. Books including Forsaking the Family which is a refreshing look at family life and The Beautiful Life which offers ten new commandments because life could be better. He has also written comedy and satire for TV and Radio picking up Sony Radio Reward. Tickets are available from Newberry Tulley Estate Agent, Church Street at £7 including refreshments.

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