DOWN YOUR WAY (July 4th): Town Centre

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MEMBERS of the Eastbourne Senior’s Club show their talents at an exhibition in the Arndale Centre, today (Wednesday).

The club has two well-equipped snooker rooms at their Cornfield Lane premises and at present hase some vacancies.

They advise the tables are in fine condition and invite you to make up a party of like-minded friends or just to go and meet other players in a friendly atmosphere. For details call the steward Lesley on 728157.

ALSO today (Wednesday), Rosie Sargeant and David Nicholles will sing a mix of songs from musical productions in All Soul’s Church, Susan’s Road - 1pm. Next week the pianist and violinist Jenny Beckwith and Annabel Sadler present the lunchtime concert.

ON SATURDAY, July 7, the Underground Theatre, Grove Road, will have entertainment by Gary Davies, with his George Formby songs, and Kali and Katie on guitar and penny whistle, at the coffee morning from 10am. The following week, Con Brio will play a mixture of jazz, folk and rock and roll music. Admission free.

AT SOUTH Street Free Church on July 7, the last in the long run of monthly Men’s Breakfasts is being held at 8.30am. If you would like to join this event or find out more about this and other church activities, contact Tony on 511044.

THE Musgrave Museum, situated at 77 Seaside Road, is the incredible portfolio of George Musgrave’s lifetime’s work. There are displays depicting early photography and filming, as well as the development of printing. There is an art gallery of watercolour and oil paintings, featuring landscapes, portraits and religious themes, including the only known painting of the Apostle Paul. It opens Tuesday to Saturday 10am-4.30pm with free admission.

OVER the weekdn July 7/8 the ever-popular 999 Emergency Display takes place on the Western Lawns, with arena and static displays by the Police, Fire Service, SE Ambulance Service and RNLI, plus Coastguard Service.

During the day, the Police and Fire Services will be demonstrating how they deal with a road traffic accident. Admission is free and those manning the displays will be pleased to answer any questions.

THE Seaside Centre in Seaside, advises that in the 10 months that it has been opened, supported by the YMCA and local churches, in access of 300 people have been helped, with 140 food parcels given out. The advice service has helped more than 170 persons with form filling, counselling, debt advice and job search advice.

ADVANCE notice the Tea Chat Shop will be open for business on July 14, 2.30pm-3.45pm in Holy Trinity Church Hall, Trinity Place.

EAST Sussex Library Service is seeking comments and suggestions for improvements on its services. They ask when next visiting the Central Library that you would fill in a leaflet with comments and return to the staff for them to evaluate.