CAROL CONCERT: Peacehaven Community Carol Concert Friday December 2, Community House Main Hall, 6pm. Tickets for this event are limited. Please contact the Information Office for details, 01273 585493 option one.
CHRISTMAS MARKET: Peacehaven Town Council Christmas Market Saturday December 3 at Community House and Meridian Centre Mall, 9am to 3pm. Entertainment and refreshments and lots of stalls. Santa will also be visiting during the event and will spend some time in his grotto.
PEACEHAVEN PLAYERS: This year’s Panto is Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs at the Meridian Centre, Peacehaven. Performances are on December 7, 8 and 9 at 7.30pm and December 10 at 2pm and 6pm. Tickets are available at various prices by going on the web site www.peacehavenplayers.co.uk (no booking fee) or telephone 01273 681861.
SATURDAY CHARITY MARKET: Tomorrow the market will be organised by Peacehaven Scouts.
COFFEE MORNINGS: This week the coffee mornings will be organised by: Monday and Wednesday, Sussex Pet Rescue; Tuesday, Lyn Mills; Thursday, Wendy Veck; Friday December 2, St Lawrence Church.
COMMUNITY CAFE: Now open six mornings, in the foyer, Community House, Meridian Centre. Tea, coffee, egg, bacon, sausage sandwiches and cooked breakfasts available. Run by local charities. Monday and Wednesday morning the community café is organised by Sussex Pet Rescue.
KNOW DEMENTIA: Memory moments café. Everyone welcome, especially those with memory problems and their family supporter. Every Friday from 10am to 1pm, Anzac Room, Community House. Meridian Centre.
CINEMA: The next film at the Peacehaven cinema will be Inferno on Wednesday December 21 at 7.30pm, Main Hall, Community House, tickets £5 from the Information Office.
FIX MY STREET: If you have any street issues please report the problem via https://eastsussex.fixmystreet.com
LOCAL CRAFTER’S FAYRE: There will be a sale of crafts in the Anzac room tomorrow, Saturday, from 8.30am to noon, free entry. There will also be a tombola in aid of Sussex Pet Rescue.
COMMUNITY CINEMA: Seaford Community Cinema is showing El Club (Subtitled) cert 18 tonight, Friday, at The Barn Theatre, Saxon Lane from 7.30pm. Advanced booking from Seaford Tourist Information Centre, 37 Church Street or on the door.
CHRISTMAS FAIR: At The Clinton Centre, Clinton Place tomorrow, Saturday, from 10am to 12.30pm. There will be a special visit by Father Christmas also Tickles Face Painting, mulled wine, mince pies, gifts and games. Entry is free.
THE DOWNS: 60+ Club Open Day tomorrow, Saturday, from 10.20am to 4pm at the Clubhouse, Sutton Corner (the old flint building in the car park of The Downs Wave Leisure Centre). There will be an Art Show and Art Sale plus tombola, book sale and light refreshments.
AUTUMN FAYRE: At Seaford Bowls Club, Chichester Road tomorrow, Saturday, from 10am to noon. There will be lots of stalls including home made cakes and jams, books cards, raffle and tombola. Free admission. Refreshments available.
CHRISTMAS FAIR: At St Leonard,s Church Hall, Church Lane tomorrow, Saturday, from 10am to 11.30am. Stalls including cakes, books, puzzles, gifts, bric-a-brac and Christmas raffle. Entry 50p including tea, coffee and biscuits. Organised by The National Trust (Seaford) Association.
SEAFORD CHORAL SOCIETY: Centenary Autumn Concert at St Leonard’s Church, Church Street tomorrow, Saturday, starting 7.30pm. Gala of short well known works celebrating 100 year’s of choral singing in Seaford and traditional carols for all to sing. With guest soloist Dame Felicity Lott and Seaford Primary School Choir. Tickets available from Newberry Tully Estate Agents, 53 Church Street. Tel. 01323 892307.
TREE PLANTING: Help the Seaford Tree Wardens plant trees at Bodiam Close tomorrow, Saturday, and Sunday. Just turn up or contact Margery 01323 873475.
CHRISTMAS: [email protected], 23 Church Street starting tomorrow, Saturday, and finishes Sunday December 4. Opening times from 10.30am to 4.30pm (Monday to Saturday) or 11am to 4.30pm (Sunday’s). Unusual and original gifts, cards, prints, jewellery, textiles, ceramics, glass, furniture and more.
VIVACEL CHOIR: At Crossway Church, Steyne Road on Sunday from 3pm. Extensive repertoire covering a variety of musical styles. Tickets £10 or £8 concession. Proceeds between St. Wilfred’s Hospice and Church Funds. Tel. Rosemary 01323 871292.
ADVENT SERVICE: At Seaford Baptist Church, Belgrave Road on Sunday starting 10am. Everyone welcome.
CAROLS: And Readings to put you in the Festive Spirit. Find the reason for the season through words and music at Chyngton School, Millberg Road, 3pm to 4pm on Sunday December 4. Free Admission, mince pies, tea and coffee. Sponsored by Chyngton Methodist Church. Further details, David and Sally Crowther 01323 890207.
CHURCHES TOGETHER: In Seaford is inviting children 11 years and under to enter it’s Bethleham Trail Competition. Knitted nativity figures can be found in shop window’s from now until the town’s Christmas Magic Day on Saturday December 3. Entry forms are available from the library or Seaford Tourist Information Centre as well as churches throughout the town. Forms should be handed in at St. Leonard’s Church, Church Street on Christmas Magic Day from 10am to 3.30pm and the winner will be announced at 4pm.
COME AND ENJOY: Some Winter Wonderland, that is the invitation from the local art historian Kay Blackburn who is giving a special talk about Winter Scenes in Art on Tuesday afternoon, December 6, at 2.30pm. She will be celebrating winter in various ways from 15th century works through to the 20th century with a presentation that is in aid of Seahaven Storehouse which supplies food for 57 families in crisis situations. The talk will be at St. Peter’s Church, Belgrave Road and is open to everyone. Admission £7 which includes tea and cakes.
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