BLIND VETERANS: Blind Veterans Dash of Colour on Sunday from 10am at The Martello Tower. It’s a one or three mile event, you can walk, jog, skip or dash around the course being showered with colour. Money raised will go to Blind Veterans UK and Help the Heroes. Registration details at www.blindveterans.org.uk
FAMILY FUN DAY: This popular annual event is taking place on Sunday at the Downs Leisure Centre, Sutton Road from 10am to 4pm. There will be stalls and activities for kids to grandparents.
SUNDAY LUNCH CLUB: At St. Peter’s Church Hall, Belgrave Road on Sunday at 1pm. A get together for Seaford Senior Citizens cost £5. Transport can be arranged. To book and further details Tel: 01323 892327.
OPEN GARDEN: At White House, 130 Firle Way (entrance top of North Way) open on Sunday from 2pm to 5pm. Entry £1. There will be refreshments and music by Maestro Academy Players. Proceeds to Save the Children Fund. For more details contact Jayne 01323 893054
SEAFORD LITTLE THEATRE: Are performing a Triple Bill of One Act Plays which are The Copyhold by Thomas Hardy, Say Something Happened by Alan Bennett and Between Mouthfuls by Alan Ayckbourn from Friday July 24 to Saturday August 1 (excluding Sunday). Evening performances 7.45pm and Saturday matinee 2.30pm (July 25). Tickets £8 (£7 for opening night, final night and matinee). Box Office Redgold Opticians, Broad Street. Email email@example.com or 07801692292
FUN DOG SHOW: At St Andrew’s Church Fete, Bishopstone Village on Saturday August 1, there are eight classes Fancy Dress, Waggiest Tail, Best Six Legs, Prettiest Bitch, Most Handsome Dog, Best Veteran (9yrs and over), Junior Handler (up to 14yrs) and Dog Most Like its Owner. Entry fee £1 per class. Check in time 1pm to 1.50pm. For more details please contact 01323 492246 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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