Down Your Way: Polegate

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WANTED! Do you have an unwanted china or pottery teapot or a two-tiered cake plate? If so, Trinity Church can put them to good use! If you can help call Jennie on 484189 or email

WANTED - information on Willingdon. Where did the toilets on the Triangle appear? When did the local cemetery come into being? The book THE HOO by Tom Mann is available from Maureen. If anyone wants to research the village call Maureen on 485971 or email

POLEGATE Rambling Club: More info from secretary or email

Walks tomorrow include a leisurely one, Peeling Lane circular, two miles, flat and easy, no fields. Meet at Red Lion, Stone Cross bus stop opposite Tesco car part 10.15 am. Coffee at Red Lion with Joan and Geoff.

Or there is Et Non Plures, five miles steep start, steps down to West Dean and sisters, two stiles with Ted R. or Battle through the woods, 11 miles of woodland and farms, optonal tea at end. Take picnic, 16 stiles approximately with Angela.

PILATES at Trinity Church, Coppice Avenue, Lower Willingdon with Louise on Mondays, 10am to 11am. For more info or to book call 482375 or email

COFFEE MORNING on Saturday February 29 held in the lounge at Polegate Community Centre is hosted by the Liberal Democrats. All welcome from 10 am.

WOMEN’S World Day of Prayer on Friday, March 2, at St Johns Church, Polegate from 2.30pm. speaker Deacon Ann Howard. All welcome.

SPRING FAIR on Saturday, March 10, at Trinity Church Hall, Coppice Avenue, 10am-2pm. Organised by Team Sussex. To book email or telephone 506650.

POLEGATE Strollers walk on March 13, meet at Jubilee Tree, Polegate High street, for a walk to Brighting Raod meadow, for a train ride. Contact Jayne on 487543 or email JAYNEBIGSBY6@MSN.COM