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HARD OF HEARING CLUB: Will be meeting today, Friday, 2.15pm at St James, Blatchington Road. The speaker this month is Joanna Wilkins from the Sussex Archaeological Society and will present The Lost Village of Tidemills, a popular subject. The society has been excavating at the local village site to try and unravel its history so the club members are looking forward to an interesting afternoon. As always refreshments will be served.

FLOWER CLUB: The club meets tomorrow, Saturday, 10am to noon. In celebration of Mother’s Day this year the Seaford Evening Club extend a warm welcome to everyone at their coffee morning and sale of Mother’s Day posies made with fresh flowers at Clinton Hall, Clinton Place.

FAIRTRADE SERVICE: Will this year be held at St Andrew’s Church, Bishopstone Village on Sunday at 4pm. During the Evening Song Service there will be a short talk on the work of Fairtrade. Following the service refreshments will be served and there will be an opportunity to view the Traidcraft Stall. A warm welcome to all.

FAIRTRADE MARKET: Is being held on Saturday March 12 from 10am to 1pm at Clinton Hall, Clinton Place. There will be FairTrade stalls from clothing, crafts and food products. Coffee, tea, soft drink and tasty bites will be served together with a raffle and children’s corner. Entry is 50p (accompanied children free).

LUNCHTIME CONCERT: Given by Julia Kemp (soprano) and Rosemary Kemp (piano) at St Leonard’s Church, Church Street on Saturday March 12 at 1pm. The concert will include music by Handel, Schubert, Mozart and Chopin. The concert lasts approximately an hour has free admission with a retiring collection.

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