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CHRISTMAS CRAFT FAIR: This popular event finishes on Sunday. It is being held at the Arts@theCrypt, Church Street. Today, Friday, and tomorrow, Saturday, open from 10.30am to 4.30pm and Sunday 11am to 4.30pm. Don’t miss out to buy original and unusual Christmas gifts.

SEAFORD CHORAL

SOCIETY: Is holding their Autumn Concert at St Leonard’s, Church Street tomorrow, Saturday, starting at 7.30pm. Britten’s Saint Nicolas extracts from Handel’s The Messiah and selection of Traditional Carols. Soloist Alexander Mackenzie Wicks (tenor). Tickets £12 (£6 for children) from Newberry Tulley Estate Agents, 53 Church Street or from choir members and at the door. www.seaford-choral-society.com For further information call 01323 891307

CHRISTMAS FAYRE: At the Clinton Centre, Clinton Place tomorrow, Saturday, from 10am to 3pm. Many stalls of handmade gifts, arts and crafts also Christmas wreaths, flowers, food and much more. Tel: 07883 611677.

HARD OF HEARING CLUB: Is holding its Christmas Lunch on December 4 at St James’ Clubhouse. Sadly it’s only for members but next year new members are welcome to join. The first meeting of the year is on 8th January (not the usual first Friday of the month which is New Year’s Day). The speaker then will be a member of the Seahaven FM team.

CHRISTMAS ARRANGEMENTS (Dried): Created by Seaford Evening Flower Club on sale at Clinton Centre, Clinton Place from 10am to 3pm, tomorrow, Saturday.

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