COMMUNTIY CINEMA: Seaford Community Cinema are showing Leviathan cert 15 tonight, Friday, starting at 7.30pm. Advance tickets from Seaford Tourist Information Centre, Church Street.

OPEN MORNING: At St Leonard’s Church, Church Street tomorrow, Saturday, from 9.30am to noon. Refreshments, children’s activities and conversation. All welcome.

QUIZ EVENING: Organised by the Seahaven Lioness Club tomorrow, Saturday, starting 7pm at Downs 60+ Club, Sutton Corner. Teams of four, tickets at £7.50 per person including fish and chip supper available from Newberry Tully Estate Agent, Church Street.

BOOT SALE: Organised by Seahaven Scouts at The Martello Fields on Sunday. Sellers from 7.00am and Buyers from 7.30am to 1pm. Cars £8 and vans £12 sorry no food sellers. For more information ring 08444 146086.

COUNCIL MEETING: Finance and General Purpose Committee meeting of Seaford Town Council will be held on Thursday at 7pm, 37 Church Street.

TALK: An Evening with Norman Baker will be hosted by the Friends of Seaford Library on Friday October 16 at 7pm. It will be held at St Thomas More Church Hall. Norman will talk about his life in and out of politics and will be available to sign copies of his new book Against the Grain. Admission is £5 on the door and all proceeds will go to The Born Free Foundation. Wine, soft drinks and nibbles will be included. Friends of Seaford Library extends a warm welcome to everyone attending.

AUTUMN FAYRE: An Autumn Fayre with tombola, raffle, crafts, gifts, toys, cakes and refreshments taking place at St Lukes, Walmer Road, Chyngton on Saturday October 17 from 2pm to 4pm.

NOTE FOR YOUR DIARY: A talk is being held at Bishopstone Parish Hall by Ian Everest and Philip Pople tilted Evening of Bishopstone Nastalgia on Saturday October 31 at 7.30pm. Tickets will go on sale at Linda’s Store, Bishopstone Station October 12 at £7.50 each including glass of wine, cheese and biscuits. For more information please contact Linda 01323 492246 or Roger 01323 890088.

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