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Telscombe

WI: Telscombe Cliffs Women’s Institute meet on the second Wednesday of every month from 2pm to 4pm in the Civic Centre. There are over 50 members who enjoy speakers, demonstrations, Christmas get-together, August garden party plus outings to theatres, local events etc. Contact P Winton email: wintoncp@tiscali.co.uk phone: 01273 585208.

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Upper Dicker & Lower Dicker news

The Dickers

ARLINGTON PARISH COUNCIL: Next meeting of Arlington PC is on Thursday 21 February at 7.30pm in Upper Dicker Village Hall. Minutes of the January meeting are available at the Village Shop or see http://www.arlingtonparish.org.uk for all APC information.

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Stonecross, Westham & Hankham news

Stone Cross, Westham and Hankham

UPDATE ON SIGNIFICANT PLANNED Road Works On The M23. 12 & 13 February 10pm – 4am: Lane closures leading to a full closure from J10 to J8 Northbound. Fully signed diversion route for M25 via A264, A22 and re-join the M25 at J6. Diversion for Gatwick A2011, A23 London Road, Airport way into Gatwick Airport.. 12 & 13 February 10pm – 4am: Lane 1 closure on Gatwick Spur Eastbound leading to a full Northbound entry slip road closure at J9. Fully signed diversion route Southbound at J10 via A264, A22 and re-join the M25 at J6.

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Willingdon, Wannock & Jevington news

Willingdon, Wannock and Jevington

PARISH COUNCIL: Willingdon and Jevington Parish Council meetings. Monday February 18, 7pm Planning Meeting; 7.30pm Full Council Meeting. Monday March 4, 7pm Planning Meeting; 7.30pm Events Meeting. Monday March 11, 7pm Cemetery Meeting; 7.30pm Amenities Meeting.

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Herstmonceux & Wartling news

Herstmonceux

CHURCH SERVICES: All Saints: This Sunday 8am Holy Communion (BCP), 3.30pm Evensong (BCP). St Mary Magdalene, Wartling: 10am Holy Communion (CW).

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Hellingly & Horsebridge news

Hellingly and Horsebridge

PARK WOOD AGM: The next meeting will be on Wednesday 27 February from 7 to 9.30pm. Doors open 6.15. Free tea and coffee available. The Environment Agency have decided, after 12 months of negotiations, not to work with FoPW to preserve Park Wood. FoPW are now looking at alternative solutions and have invited a panel of interested parties along to give their views and answer your questions. This is your chance to have your say. Your support is vital if this precious community asset is to be saved.

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Hailsham news

Hailsham

FARMERS MARKET: Hailsham Farmers Market takes place on Saturday 9 February at the Cattle Market Site, Market Street from 9 am – 12.30 pm. Renhurst Farmer will be there with fresh meat from their own cattle, along with home made sausages and meat pies. Also, there will be local eggs, seasonal fruit and vegetables, honey and plants direct from the local growers and producers. As always, there is plenty of free parking on site, pick your goods from the range at our stalls, and pack your shopping straight into your car. Support your local farmers, producers and craftspeople at Hailsham Farmers’ Market, Market Street, Hailsham BN27 2AG. Traders: For information on taking a pitch please call 01892 852168 or email info@hailshamfarmersmarket.co.uk.

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Newhaven, Denton & South Heighton news

Newhaven

QUIZ NIGHT: The Newhaven Twinning Association are holding a quiz night and supper today, Friday, at 7pm.

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Bishopstone news

Bishopstone

WHIST DRIVE: A Whist Drive is on Saturday, February 16 starting at 7.30pm in Bishopstone Parish Hall (£2.50 admission fee including refreshments). You do not need a partner or be an expert to enjoy this light-hearted evening. This event raises money for Bishopstone Parish Hall.

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Peacehaven news

Peacehaven

WRESTLING: We will be hosting a wrestling a spectacular on February 16, in aid of the mayor’s charities. Tickets for the show, in aid of the mayor’s charities and sponsored by Aquarius Solutions, are available from the Information Office at the Meridian Centre, priced £10 for adults and £9 for concessions. A family ticket for two adults and two children costs £36. Telephone enquiries: 01273 585493.

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Seaford news

Seaford

HEARING AID MAINTENANCE: Batteries and Hearing Loss Advice today, Friday, at the Downs 60+ Club, Sutton Corner from 10am TO noon. Please bring your brown NHS record book. Tel. 01323 722505.

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Newhaven, Denton & South Heighton news

Newhaven

QUIZ NIGHT: The Newhaven Twinning Association are holding a quiz night and supper on Friday February 8 at 7pm.

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Telscombe news

Telscombe

SUPPORT GROUP: Breast Cancer Support Group meet on the first Wednesday of each month from 1pm to 3.30pm in the Civic Centre. Contact email: bcsgroup@btinternet.com.

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Seaford news

Seaford

CONCERT: Seaford Music Society is holding a concert in St Leonard’s Church, Church Street on Sunday at 3pm. The world famous London Mozart Players Ensemble will be playing a programme of music which includes Quintets by Beethoven and Mozart along with shorter pieces by two lesser known composers, Gounod and Berkeley. All welcome, tickets £15 are available at the door.

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Herstmonceux & Wartling news

Herstmonceux

OPEN EVENING: There is an open evening at the Observatory Science Centre tomorrow, Saturday, from 6.30pm to 11pm. Usual entry price applies. For more information visit www.the-observatory.org.

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Stonecross, Westham & Hankham news

Stone Cross, Westham and Hankham

THE HAVEN PLAYERS Pantomime: this year was Red Riding Hood which was written and directed by Bob Hammond. We all know the story of the wolf eating grandma and this was portrayed very cleverly with a great deal of ingenuity. Granny played by Danny Dalziel always commands the stage with his presence and was ably assisted by the Dr (Mcauley Parker) who made an excellent foil for him. The wolf played by Andy Bennett was a superb baddie; the audience booed and shouted loudly whenever he appeared. The slapstick scene involving wallpaper and paste was extremely well executed by Farmer Hood, Walter & George played by Mark Gurney, Diane Hanson and Sue Davies. Tom the Woodman (Alisia Jay) and Red Riding Hood (Yana Mason) made a lovely leading couple. It was a great evening’s entertainment which was enjoyed by all. Look out for their next production of The 39 Steps in the Spring.

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Hailsham news

Hailsham

CHARLES HUNT CENTRE: Today, Friday, singer and entertainer, Dave Collins, will be at the Charles Hunt Centre, Vicarage Field 2pm to 4pm. All welcome. On Friday February 8 there will be a Great Singalong. Join in the fun from 1.30pm. Hosted by DSES. On Saturday February 9 come along to a Knit and Natter session from 10am to 2pm. Bring along your knitting or crocheting work in progress or help with their charity knits. Light snacks, all welcome.

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Upper Dicker & Lower Dicker news

The Dickers

RURAL BUSINESSES: Following the success of the first meeting, an invitation to a free event for anyone running a small business or working self-employed from home in the local rural area. Cuckmere Rural Business Networking second meet up is at the Berwick Inn on Tuesday February 19, from 6.30pm, buy a drink and meet for a chat in the lower bar area. At 7.15pm there will be introductions and a brief talk by Ian Smallwood of Let’s do Business and a talk about how to stay focussed on your business. Rural communities across East Sussex are full of small businesses and enterprises many run by a single person, often from home or a small business facility. This event is part of a new initiative to provide an informal forum for local people to come together to meet neighbouring businesses, make some useful local connections, explore specific and general business issues and to hear about the wide range of free business support on offer to assist them in growing their business and running it effectively. This meet up is facilitated by Jim and Josie Tipler of Hailsham Creative (run from a home office in Wilmington) and the venture is supported by Action in Rural Sussex and Let’s Do Business. This is a free event but please reserve your place by calling Josie on: 01323 840048 or email: josie@hailshamcreative.com or via the Facebook page Cuckmere Rural Business.

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Hampden Park news

Hampden Park

60 Years- We have made it: what an achievement. Come and celebrate with us on Saturday February 16th at the Community Centre, Brodrick Road, 2-5pm. as the guests of the Community Centre Association.

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