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BONFIRE SOCIETY: Seaford Bonfire Society annual torchlight procession and firework display tomorrow, Ssaturday, starting at The White Lion Hotel at 7.15pm proceeds to the War Memorial and then to The Martello Fields for the spectacular firework display. Don’t miss this amazing event. www.seafordbonfire.co.uk

TALK: Tonight, Friday, there is an evening with Norman Baker being hosted by the Friends of Seaford Library at 7pm. It will be held at St Thomas More Church Hall, 54 Sutton Road. Norman will talk about his life in and out of politics and will be available to sign copies of his new book Against the Grain. Admission is £5 on the door and all proceeds will go to The Born Free Foundation. Price includes wine, soft drinks and nibbles.

AUTUMN FAYRE: With tombola, raffle, crafts, gifts, toys, cakes and refreshments at St Luke’s, Walmer Road, Chyngton tomorrow, Saturday, from 2pm to 4pm. All welcome.

WORKSHOP: Filmspot Animation Workshop at Arts@theCrypt, 23 Church Street tomorrow, Saturday, from 11am to 3.30pm. Celebration of British animation studio Halas and Batchelor. A Free Drop-in workshop creating an animation inspired by The Owl and the Pussycat, using cut out stop motion techniques and hand drawn animation. Part of The Big Draw 2015’

ENCORE: The Concert Singers are performing at The Little Theatre, Steyne Road tomorrow, Saturday, from 2.30pm selection of music from top shows. Tickets £6 and £8 on the door or from Newberry Tully Estate Agents, Church Street.

COFFEE MORNING: The Seahaven Lioness Club is holding a coffee morning on Thursday at Seaford Old Town Hall, South Street from 10am to 1pm as part of a membership drive. New members would be warmly welcomed by the club which raises around £7,000 a year for charities. Members will chat about the club’s fundraising and social activities. Proceeds from the event will be donated to the volunteers who run the Old Seaford Town Hall Community Drop-in.

The Seahaven Lioness Club meets on the second Tuesday of every month at The Old Plough, Church Street at 7.30pm. Contact Pat White on 01323 894085 for more information or see the club’s section on the Newhaven, Peacehaven and Seaford Lions Club website at http://www.npslions.co.uk/npslions.co.uk/Lionesses.html

SEAFORD FAIRTRADE: One World Fun Quiz and Supper Night on Friday October 23 at 7pm St. Leonard’s Church Hall, Church Lane. Entry by advance ticket at £6 which includes a meal and sample a glass of Fairtrade Wine. Please contact either 01323 891871 or 01323 491638

LUNCHTIME CONCERT: At St Leonard’s Church on Saturday October 24 from 1pm. The concert lasts approximately one hour and is free with a retiring collection. Brighton Chamber Ensemble was formed in 2011 by a group of friends who had originally met some years earlier as members of the Dartington Festival Orchestra. While they regularly played in other quartets and trios they were seeking an outlet for performing larger works of chamber music. With the addition of Steve Carroll-Turner on piano the ensemble now regularly performs in and around Brighton and elsewhere in East Sussex. Zoe Davies (clarinet) makes her first appearance with BCE at Seaford on October 24. Zoe gained her undergraduate music degree at the University of Leeds following which she completed two postgraduate courses one at Birmingham Conservatoire (MA in music performance) and the Royal College of Music (PGDip orchestral musician). She won the Sullivan and Farrar prize for best performance of a new composition whilst at the RCM. She lives in Brighton where she plays principal clarinet with Sussex Symphony Orchestra and has also played locally with contemporary ensemble Talkestra, Musicians of All Saints and Southern Winds. Zoe is a committed teacher offering lessons in clarinet, saxophone and piano. Today they will be playing with Siriol Hugh-Jones Beethoven Trio in B flat major Opus 11 and Miniatures by Paul Juon.

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