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Peacehaven

NEW COUNCILLORS: Peacehaven Town Council welcome two new councillors Cllr Claude Cheta and Cllr Alan Milliner, both were elected to represent Peacehaven East ward.

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Seaford

ARTWAVE 2018: Starts tomorrow, Saturday, until September 2 across the Lewes District with many venues here in Bishopstone and Seaford this weekend will be: Driftwood, 4 Marine Drive, Bishopstone; Nova House, 13 Belgrave Road; 58 Belgrave Road; Roman Vane, 71 Firle Road; 54 Stafford Road; 47 Southdown Road; Arts@theCrypt, 23 Church Street; Studio-Gallery, 21 Church Street. For more details pick up a brochure from Seaford Tourist Information Centre, 37 Church Street.

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Telscombe

NHS TRANSPORT: The High Weald Lewes Havens Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has made the decision to end the NHS Transport for the Havens service provided by CTLA Community Transport, the last working day will be Friday September 28. The partnership pilot scheme was started in February 2015 and has run successfully for three and a half years transporting patients to practices and clinics in Newhaven, Peacehaven and Telscombe and to the Lewes Victoria Hospital. The service improved access to healthcare for anyone who may otherwise have struggled to reach local health services. Within its first two months of operation the pilot scheme signed up over 400 members and has grown to over 1500 registered potential beneficiaries delivering nearly 7,000 passenger journeys per annum. In a letter sent to service users from Keith Hoare, Community Services Manager for the CCG, he stated: ‘The reason for this decision is because the NHS, both locally and nationally, is currently facing a significant challenge to try to meet a rising demand on services within restricted finances and resources. This has meant that the local NHS can no longer afford all the services that it currently pays for…

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Herstmonceux

COFFEE MORNING: Tomorrow, Saturday, there is a coffee morning in Wartling Church. Pop along between 10am and noon.

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The Dickers

OPEN GARDEN: Tomorrow, Saturday, from 5pm until 8pm at Camberlot Hall Garden will be open for charity as part of the National Gardens Scheme. Entry is £5 and there will be wine and nibbles, children free. This is a three acre country garden with lovely views across the South Downs. Parking along Camberlot Road but some disabled parking is available near the house. Most of the garden is accessible by wheelchair. No dogs except assistance dogs please.

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Willingdon, Wannock and Jevington

JEVINGTON CHURCH: On Sunday there will be a Summer Songs of Praise, beginning at 6pm in St Andrew’s Church, Jevington. The hymns will feature those written by Charles Wesley. We will learn something about his life and sing some of his greatest hymns. Refreshments will be available after the service. Please come and join our cheerful songs, in praising the Lord.

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Stone Cross, Westham and Hankham

THE NEXT MONTHLY MEETING: of the Eastbourne and District Branch of the REME Association will be held on Wednesday August 22 in the RBL Club, Polegate, starting at 7.30 pm. All members of REME past or present, are cordially invited to attend.

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Hampden Park

What do you know about Hampden Park ?: come to the Community Centre Brodrick Rd on Monday September 3rd at 7pm to hear Alan Wenham give an illustrated talk about the history of Hampden Park and the village. It is only £5 admittance which includes a glass of wine, or squash, or tea or coffee.

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Hellingly and Horsebridge

CHARITY OPEN DAY: Tomorrow, Saturday, between 10am and 4pm at The Sussex Cutting Garden, the Granary Business Centre, Broad Farm, you can wander round and pick your own bucket of flowers for just £10. A donation of 10 percent goes to the charity. There will be a Mind Charity refreshments tent with home-made cakes and drinks with all profits going to the Mind Charity. For more information visit www.sussexcuttinggaden.co.uk.

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Pevensey and Pevensey Bay

PEVENSEY DEFIBRILLATOR & VILLAGE DRAW: The campaign to raise money for a Defibrillator to go in the Market Square is now well under way and moving on to raising the money to buy the case and fitting. To get the rest of the money there is going to be a Pevensey Village Draw. Lots of prizes from Coffee with Huw Merriman MP and a Tour of the Palace of Westminster to Sunday Lunch at Priory Court, A ready planted Planter from Hillers, MOT voucher form Haven Garage and even a personal Poem penned by local poet Laurie Wilkinson and more prizes. The draw will be made at a Grand Quiz at Priory Court Hotel on September 19th.

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Hailsham

TOMBOLA: The Charles Hunt Centre have a tombola in the town centre tomorrow, Saturday, to raise funds between 9am and 1pm. Please give them your support.

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Bishopstone

BEACH CLEAN: The Tide Mills Community Beach Clean is on Sunday, 10am to noon. Meet at the beach end of Mill Drove (off the A259). Come along, grab a bag and litter picker, and help clean up this important area for visitors and the local wildlife.

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Peacehaven

NEW COUNCILLORS: Peacehaven Town Council welcome two new councillors Cllr Claude Cheta and Cllr Alan Milliner, both were elected to represent Peacehaven East ward.

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Telscombe

YOGA: With Natalie Heath every Tuesday from 6pm to 7pm in the Civic Centre. Contact Natalie Heath email: mrsnatalieheath@yahoo.co.uk phone: 07738538094.

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Pevensey and Pevensey Bay

PEVENSEY DEFIBRILLATOR & VILLAGE DRAW: The campaign to raise money for a Defibrillator to go in the Market Square is now well under way and moving on to raising the money to buy the case and fitting. To get the rest of the money there is going to be a Pevensey Village Draw. Lots of prizes from Coffee with Huw Merriman MP and a Tour of the Palace of Westminster to Sunday Lunch at Priory Court, A ready planted Planter from Hillers, MOT voucher form Haven Garage and even a personal Poem penned by local poet Laurie Wilkinson and more prizes. The draw will be made at a Grand Quiz at Priory Court Hotel on September 19th.

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Herstmonceux

POPPY WALK: Tomorrow, Saturday, as part of the WW1 Commemoration events, there is a Church Poppy Walk from the Village Hall to Herstmonceux Church starting at 11am. The walk starts at the war memorial at Herstmonceux village hall over the fields to the war memorial at All Saints parish church. On the way it is planned to visit a special war memorial plaque at Herstmonceux Castle. The walk to the church is about two and a half miles. A picnic lunch will be provided at All Saints church. All welcome. Further information from Bernice 01323 833473.

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Hailsham

FARMERS MARKET: Go along tomorrow, Saturday, to the Cattle Market site, Market Street between 9am and 12.30pm and fill your bags with local produce, crafts and gifts. There is free on-site parking and you can pick up all your grocery needs including meat, pies, vegetables, fruit, eggs, honey, plants, bread, cakes, pickles, jams, dairy and much more.

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The Dickers

OPEN GARDEN: Tomorrow, Saturday, from 11am to 4pm and on Sunday from 2pm to 5pm Camberlot Hall Garden will be open in aid of St Wilfrid’s Hospice on Saturday with stalls and refreshments. Serving until 3.30pm.

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Seaford

SEAHAVEN PARA GAMES: At The Downs Leisure Centre, Seaford on Sunday from 10am to 3pm. Entry free so come along, make new friends and try some new activities. For information contact David Wright 01323 408857 or david.wright@waveleisure.co.uk

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Hellingly and Horsebridge

SCALE MODEL CLUB: This group meets this evening and on the second and fourth Fridays of every month at Union Corner Hall, Hawks Road, Hailsham, just off Horsebridge, from 7.30pm to 10.30pm. The cost is £3 which includes refreshments. Bring along your finished or work in progress over informal chat.

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