THE GARDENS AT HANKHAM: Hall Cottage will be open to the public on Saturday August 20 from 10.30am to 4pm. Food and drink will be available as morning coffee, lunches (Ploughman’s) and afternoon tea together with homemade cakes will be available. There will be the usual selection of stalls, including cakes and remade greetings cards. These gardens will be open in support of this year’s major project by the Friends of Eastbourne General Hospital which is to raise £500,000 for a second scanner at the hospital. The gardens will be open whatever the weather. Entry is by donation. To find the gardens, take the Hailsham Road from Stone Cross, go under the Polegate Bypass: take the first right into Hankham Road and then follow the Open Garden signs. There is off road parking.
THERE WILL BE: A Ballroom and Jive Social Dance Evening on Sunday August 7 from 8pm to 11pm in St Luke’s Parish Centre, Stone Cross: entrance is £5. Music provided includes Ballroom, Latin, Jive and others. For more information please contact either Pam or Lyndon on 07709 329863 or 01323 760277.
HOOE’s OLD MOTOR CLUB: Car Show will be held on Sunday August 7 in Hooe near Ninfield on the B2095 from 10am to 5pm. Entry for adults is £5 whilst children are free. There will be Autojumble stalls, refreshments will be available and the Hooe Silver Band will be in attendance. Refreshments will be available. For more information go to www.hooeoldmotorclub.org.uk/ Parking at the event is free.
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