Stone Cross, Westham and Hankham

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Friday, 29th April 2016, 12:05 am

Dance: THERE WILL BE AN evening of Ballroom and Jive Dancing on Friday May 6 in St Luke’s Parish Centre, from 8 to 1 pm, including music for Ballroom, Latin, Jive, Salsa, Modern Jive, Argentrine and Ballroom Tango, with some swing and Sequence dancing. Take along your own drinks and snacks. The evening will cost you £6. For more information, please contact either Lyndon or Pam on 07709 329863 or 01323 760277.

THE NEXT CONCERT: PERFORMANCE for the Eastbourne Organ and Keyboard Club will be on Tuesday May 3 in Westham Village Hall starting at 7.30 pm (doors open at 6.30 pm). The organist on this occasion will be Ryan Edwards. He was born in Derbyshire on February 4th, 1978. Having developed a passion for organs at an early age, through the influence of his grandfather, an amateur organist, Ryan embarked on his first electronic organ lessons at the tender age of eight on an old Gulbranson organ. Ryan’s enthusiasm for organ playing later led him to seek tuition from top organist Tim Flint, who managed to foster his natural talent and put him at the forefront of the concert circuit.

STONE CROSS WINDMILL: WILL be open for National Mills Weekend from 10 am to 5 pm on the weekend of Saturday and Sunday May 14 and 15 when visitors will have the opportunity to visit this historic building which has stood looking over the area since it was built in 1875/6. This is also Mills on the Air Weekend. The Long Men Maris Morris Men will be dancing at the windmill on Sunday at 2.30 pm. . For more information check the Mill’s website on

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