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SEAFORD FOOD SWAP: The food swap will be held at The Seven Sisters Public House, Alfriston Road on Saturday January 30 at 10am for the first meeting of 2016. Now in its second year the food swap enables people to share their produce with others. You simply bring along your homemade, grown or brewed products eg cakes, cider, onions, marmalade etc and after tasting you can swap with other products. You can enjoy a coffee and chat and leave with array of goodies. If you are tempted to give it a whirl please contact Adele or Di on 01323 492995/897897. You can visit our website https://seafordfoodswap.eventbrite.co.uk/ or Facebook to view pictures of past events.

WHIST DRIVE: Tomorrow, Saturday, starting at 7.30pm, Bishopstone Parish Hall, Bishopstone Village. This is a fun evening, ideal for beginners young and old. Refreshments and raffle entry £2.50 proceeds to the upkeep of the Parish Hall.

JACK AND THE BEANSTALK: At The Barn Theatre, Saxon Lane from today, Friday, to Sunday. Evening performances on Friday and Saturday at 7.30pm and matinee on Saturday and Sunday at 2.30pm. Tickets £10 adult, £7 student, and £30 family available from Seaford Tourist Information Centre, Church Street.

QUIT SMOKING CLUB: At Seaford Medical Practice, Dane Road on Tuesday from 5pm to 6.30pm. Free course run by experienced stop smoking advisors. Friendly and supportive environment. To book a place telephone 08006226968.

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