CINEMA: Seaford Community Cinema are showing In Search of Beethoven cert U, followed by a Q&A with director Phil Grabsky tonight, Friday, from 7.30pm at the Barn Theatre, Saxon Lane. Advanced tickets available from Seaford Tourist Information, Church Street or

Thursday, 7th April 2016, 3:20 pm
Updated Thursday, 7th April 2016, 3:21 pm

LUNCHTIME CONCERT: To be given by Sussex Flutes, a flute quintet, at St Leonard’s Church, Church Street tomorrow, Saturday, at 1pm. The concert lasts approximately an hour, has free admission with a retiring collection. Sussex Flutes is a versatile quintet playing all sizes of flutes from bass to piccolo. Their programme will include arrangements of well-known works and music composed for them by contemporary Brighton composers.

COUNCILLORS SURGERY: Seaford Town Councillors Surgery at 37 Church Street tomorrow, Saturday, from 10am to noon. This is the first and we hope to hold them on a regular basis. If you have any concerns come along and we will try to answer your questions or find out appropriately.

FILM: How to Change the World at The Clinton Centre, Clinton Place tomorrow, Saturday, starting 7.15pm. Thrilling and insightful film about the early days of Greenpeace by award winning documentary film maker Jerry Rothwell followed by Q&A. Tickets available from Seaford Tourist Information Centre, Church Street or

BOOT SALE: Seahaven Scouts Boot Sale at The Martello Fields on Sunday starting at 8.30am to 1pm. For sellers please come at 7.30am but no food sellers. Telephone 08444146086

SEAFORD TWINNERS: Plauschgruppe at The View, Seaford Head Gold Club, Southdown Road on Wednesday from 6.45pm to 9pm. Informal German conversation evening for all abilities. Visitors and guests £2 members free. Tel: Liz 01323 896315 email [email protected]

STAMP CLUB: Seaford and District Stamp Club meet at Cross Way Church, Steyne Road on Wednesday from 7.30pm. Subject, Sussex Ship Letters by Graham Booth. All stamp collectors welcome. Tel: 01323 492433.

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