LARK IN THE PARK: will take place this year on Saturday June 20 and Sunday June 21, from 11am-4pm both days, on Seaside Recreation Ground. There will be various stalls, a funfair, pony rides, train rides, and attractions for all the family. Food and drink will be available. The event will be officially opened at 12 noon on Saturday by BBC Sussex and Surrey presenter Sylvie Blackmore, and there will be entertainment over the weekend from singers David Deeley and Michael Guy, The Sussex School of Dance, ventriloquist Sam Jones, Recycled Band, guitarist Mel Hayes and musician Marie. The MC will be John Webb. On Sunday at 12 noon will be the Bark in the Park Fun Dog Show with 15 classes. For more information call 438743. Lark in the Park is a charitable trust and details of their work can be found at www.larkintheparkcharity.org.uk
A FATHER’S DAY Jazz Lunch: with music from the Carl Greenwood Trio will be held at the Langham Hotel, Royal Parade, on Sunday June 21. For bookings and enquiries, call 731451.
MARK WYNTER: the 1960s pop star and actor will be the guest speaker at a Ladies’ Lunch Club lunch on Tuesday June 23 at the Langham Hotel, Royal Parade, at 12 noon for 12.30pm. Mark will be speaking about his extraordinary career, with nine chart hits such as Venus in Blue Jeans; performances in West End musicals, and tours as an actor and singer including Dreamboats and Petticoats. He has recently received a West End Theatre Managers and Judi Dench Lifetime Achievement Award. To book call 731451 or email firstname.lastname@example.org There is no membership fee to join the Ladies’ Lunch Club, you simply pay for the lunches that you wish to attend. Bookings are now being taken for lunches on Thursday July 9 and Friday July 10 when Annie Galbraith and Steven Metcalfe will be speaking about Working with Danny La Rue. Annie designed and made Danny’s costumes for over 30 years and there will also be an exhibition of some of his costumes and wigs in the Sovereign Suite of the Langham from July 8-10 to raise funds for Cancer Research UK.
THE FRIENDSHIP CLUB: for senior citizens, which meets in the lounge of Duke Bernard Court in Latimer Road, will be holding its next meeting on Thursday June 25 from 2.15pm-3.45pm. Members meet on a social basis to chat over a cup of tea, or take part in quizzes and games, and it is an excellent way to make friends if you are new to the area. There is a small subscription to cover the cost of refreshments. More details can be obtained by calling Hazel or Dick on 722450.
FILM FORUM: will next meet on Friday June 26 in the Brodie Hall of Christ Church at 7pm to view a full length feature film, followed by a short general discussion. The theme will be Challenging Apartheid. All are welcome.
SEASIDE NEIGHBOURHOOD PANEL: will hold a public meeting on Wednesday July 1 in St Agnes Church hall, Whitley Road, starting at 7pm. The group has now been running for six years and all residents with any concerns about crime or anti-social behaviour in this area are encouraged to attend to air their views. Representatives from the police and members of the local council will be present. Neighbourhood Panels are all about finding long-term solutions to problems and working together to resolve them. Priorities set at the last meeting were: dog fouling in and around the Eshton Road area; cycling on the footpaths, particularly along Seaside; the bus stop on Royal Parade, near to Channel View Road, to be made more prominent with improved road markings. More information about local panels can be found at www.eastbournenp.org The website includes an online form so that you can provide feedback, plus a link to fixmystreet.com which enables you to report specific problems in the street where you live.
TICKETS ARE now on sale for a Quiz Night: at Christ Church, which will be in St Augustine’s Hall on Saturday July 11 starting at 7.30pm. Played in teams of six, the cost is £8 per person – which includes a Ploughman’s supper. To book, call Meg on 487229.
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