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SUSSEX FOLK:The next meeting of the Eastbourne Association of Sussex Folk will be on 18th April at 7.30 p.m. when Malcolm Pratt will be talking about “Strange Goings on in Winchelsea”. The venue is the Church Hall of St Saviour and St Peter, South Street. New members and visitors are welcome and should ring Denise on 763163 or Jill on 737073.

Cercle Francais : The next meeting of the Cercle Francais d’Eastbourne will be on Friday 22nd April at All Saints Church Hall, Grange Road, at 7.15pm. Gildas Carrier will be speaking about “Le Vin, les Francais, un point de vue large”

The Cercle Francais welcomes new members, people who are interested in French culture and wish to practice or improve their spoken French. For information about the club please call 01323 504262 or visit www.cf-eastbourne.com

TOWNSWOMEN’S GUILD: the next meeting of the Devonshire Park Townswomen’s Guild will be at All Saints Church Hall, Grange Road, at 7.15 p.m. on 20th April. Graham Albon will be giving a talk on Finland. New members are welcome and should ring Janet on 644637 or Beth on 640499 for further details.

Piano concert: Bank Holiday Monday 2 May at 12 noon there will be a piano recital at S Saviour’s Church South Street given by the very talented pianist and music teacher John Bruzon, Entry free and hot drinks will be served after the recital. Please be careful and patient when parking in the car park as scaffolding for extensive and long awaited roof repairs will be in place.

St Saviours: Thursday 5 May Ascension Day will be celebrated at S Saviour’s Church South Street at 10.30am led by Fr Christopher Hadfield and a Sung Mass at 7.30pm led by

Bishop Nicholas Reid. Please be careful and patient when parking in the car park as scaffolding for extensive and long awaited roof repairs will be in place.

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