Seaford

BEER FESTIVAL WEEKEND: come and celebrate Sussex Ales serving 14 of the finest at the Constitutional Club, Crouch Lane starting today, Friday, at 6pm to close, Saturday 11am to close and Sunday noon to close. Please come and support, new members and guests welcome. Julie’s kitchen will also be open for Friday, Saturday and Sunday lunches. Tel. 01323 890087.

SEAFORD QUAKERS: The Quakers will be holding a silent vigil in recognition of the 70th anniversary of the allied bombing of the Japanese town of Nagasaki on Sunday from midday in The Peace Garden, East Street.

FUN AND GAMES: At The Crouch Bowling Club tomorrow, Saturday, from 10am to noon. There will be target bowls and golf putting for prizes. A games corner, bric-a-brac and of course a raffle. For those of you who require refreshments there will also be a cake stall and teas and coffees available. The Crouch Gardens, East Street 01323 896344.

MUSICAL DELIGHTS: Pastores Viols with soprano Amy Cunningham tomorrow, Saturday, at 1pm at Arts@theCrypt Gallery, 23 Church Street. Tickets £5. www.PastoresEnsemble.org.uk

ANNUAL SHOW: Seaford and District Horticultural Society are holding their 113th Annual Show tomorrow, Saturday, from 1.30pm to 4pm at Seaford Head School, Arundel Road. Entry £1

PRODUCE FAIR: Boot, Craft and Produce Fair at The Martello Fields on Sunday from 9am to 1pm. Stall holders from 7.30am and pitch fee is £8. Organised by the Rotary Club of Seaford.

STAMP CLUB: Seaford and District Stamp Club have Cliff Dadswell on Trafalgar and Nelson at Cross Way Church, Steyne Road on Wednesday, 7.15pm for 7.30pm. All stamp collectors are welcome. Contact 01323 890699 www.seafordstampclub.co.uk

OPEN GARDEN: Tomorrow, Saturday, from 2pm to 5pm at Driftwood, 4 Marine Drive in aid of PSP, a rare brain disease. Come along and enjoy this wonderful award winning garden, have a go on the raffle and enjoy a cup of tea with lovely homemade cake. www.driftwoodbysea.co.uk

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