COMMUNITY CINEMA: Seaford Community Cinema are showing Things to Come cert 12A (Subtitled) tonight, Friday, at The Barn Theatre, Saxon Lane, starting 7.30pm. Advance tickets available from Seaford Tourist Information Centre, 37 Church Street or on the door.
NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY: Seaford Natural History Society are holding a talk, A Stroll Along a English Country Lane, by Ray Hale on Tuesday starting 2.15pm at St Luke’s Church Centre, Walmer Road. For more information ring 01323 893526.
SEAFORD SWEETHEARTS WI: Are holding their monthly meeting on Tuesday at Claremont Hall, Brooklyn Road at 8pm. New members welcome.
ILLUSTRATED TALK: To provide a flavour of the new development and future plans of the beautiful RHS garden at Wakehurst is the alluring subject for the East Blatchington Lectures. It will be given by Chris Clennett, Garden Manager. It will be on Tuesday April 4 starting 2.30pm at St Peter’s Church, Belgrave Road.
As usual, the lecture is open to everyone, tickets are £7 which includes refreshments and can be bought on the door but it is best to buy in advance which are available from Newbery Tully Estate Agent, 53 Church Street.
DIARY NOTE: May’s Lecture at St Peter’s Church will be held on Tuesday May 2 and will be give by popular art historian, Kay Blackburn, on an outstanding Italian Artist Andrea Mantegna. Further details at a later date.
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