ST AIDAN’S COURT RESIDENTS: will be holding a Coffee Morning today (Friday) between 10am-12 noon and invite you to join them for coffee and cakes in aid of MacMillan Cancer Support, as part of the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning. Last year this nationwide event raised over £25 million for Macmillan.
FILM FORUM: will gather at 7pm in the Brodie Hall of Christ Church this evening (Friday) to view a full length feature film, followed by a general discussion. The theme will be Mammoth Crusading. Due to licensing restrictions the title of the film is not allowed to be advertised, but information can be found at www.ccwithsp.org
LADY CRABTREE: will be visiting Queen Alexandra Cottage Homes in Seaside this evening (Friday) at 7pm with The Dowager Entertains. For more information see www.ladycrabtree.co.uk Harbour Friends, residents of Sovereign Harbour, will also be having a comedy lunch with Lady Crabtree at the Langham Hotel on Thursday October 1 when they will discover How To Grow Old Disgracefully. Call 731451 for details or visit www.harbourfriends.co.uk/event/comedy-luncheon
THE CARL GREENWOOD TRIO: will entertain at a Jazz Lunch at the Langham Hotel on Sunday September 27. For bookings and enquiries, call 731451.
THE BIBLE READING FELLOWSHIP: next meets on Monday September 28 in the Memorial Chapel of Christ Church at 7.30pm. Coffee/tea and biscuits will be available from 7.15pm. For more information, call Fr Neville on 479359.
THE GILBERT & SULLIVAN SOCIETY: is running a series of free Singing for Pleasure workshops on Monday evenings at Christ Church, 7.30pm-8.45pm, until October 19. If you have ever wanted to be a singer, but not known where to start, then this friendly group could be for you.
A QUIZ NIGHT: will be held in St Augustine’s Hall of Christ Church on Saturday October 10, and tickets can be booked now by calling Meg on 487229. The cost is £10 per person, which will include a fish and chip supper. The quiz will be played in teams of six people.
ARCHITECT RICHARD CROOK: will be speaking about the History of Eastbourne Pier to the Ladies’ Lunch Club at the Langham Hotel on Tuesday October 13. 12 noon for a 12.30pm start. For all enquiries about the Lunch Club and future speakers call 731451 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Speakers for the remainder of 2015 will include ventriloquist Steve Hewlett; former events manager Christopher Hare; Pam Goodall who spent over a year cycling across Europe, Asia and America at the age of 60, and entertainers Will Fly and Alan Day with “Happy Christmas…100 Years ago!”
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