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Diary Dates May 2018 Do you have a Mid Sussex community or charity event to promote? Visiwww.sussexliving.com and fill in a Diary Dates form.


DiaryDates Tuesday 01 & Thursday 10 May, 09:00–12:30

Garden Photography Workshop: Spring Photography with your DSLR Nymans, Staplefield Road, Handcross RH17 6EB Capture the garden in spring on a photography workshop. Some experience of using a digital SLR camera useful. Booking essential. £20 plus normal garden admission. Call 01444 405250 to book www. nationaltrust.org.uk/nymans Tuesday 01 May, 10:00–12:00

Forest Row Parish Council

Delivered to the Forest Row and Ashurst Wood Area This service allows residents that are unable to visit us for lunch to have a home-cooked meal delivered. Soup £2, Main Meal £4.50, Dessert £2. The cost to deliver a meal is 50p per day. Contact: Sara Smart sara.smart@forestrow.co.uk Wednesday 02 May, 13:45 for 14:00-16:30

Burgess Hill Flower Club Demonstration by Lucinda Knapman

Martlets Hall, Civic Way, Burgess Hill RH15 9NN Monthly Coffee Morning with Trevor Weeks of the East Sussex Wildlife Rescue and Ambulance Service. New members welcome. £1.50 including raffle ticket.

Cyprus Hall, Cyprus Road, Burgess Hill RH15 8DX Demonstration, members competition, refreshments, flower raffle and sales table. Visitors £6.00, first visit free with Sussex Living Magazine. Contact: Judith Alexander 01444 871886 Alexander9@tiscali.co.uk

Tuesday 01 May, 10:15-11:45

Wednesday 02 May, 19:15-19:30

Burgess Hill U3A Coffee Morning

NHS Retirement Fellowship (Mid Sussex Branch) Meeting

Franklands Village Hall, Franklands Village, Haywards Heath RH16 3RS Monthly Branch Meeting with Marianne Griffiths, Chief Exec. Brighton & Sussex Uni. Hosps NHS Trust and Western Sussex Hosps. NHS Foundation Trust. New members are always very welcome. Contact: David Goodger 01444 483480. Tuesday 01, 08, 15, 22 & 29 May, 10:3013:00

IT Drop-in Sessions

Morley’s Bistro, 42 High Street, Hurstpierpoint BN6 9RG Computer or gadget problems? Why not come to one of our informal ‘drop-in’ sessions being held at Morley’s Bistro. £5 for one 15 minute session. For more information please see our website admin@theitgirl.co.uk or our facebook page @theitgirlltd Emma 07938 838861. Tuesday 01 May, 19:30-21:00

Worthing Antique, Arts & Collectors Club

Worthing Library Lecture Theatre, Richmond Road , Worthing BN11 1HD Our talk for 1st May is by Ronnie Archer-Morgan from BBC’s Antique Roadshow. All are welcome. Annual membership is £30 or £5 per talk. Contact: Andrew Pescott 07984403890 or worthingantiqueclub@yahoo.co.uk Tuesday 01 May, 20:00-22:30

Ronnie Smith’s Big Band Concert St Symphorin’s Church , Durrington Hill, Worthing BN13 2PU Music from the 40s including Glen Miller, Count Basie, Stan Kenton. £8 per person. Contact: Jane Winter 01903 268109, theoffice@ stsymphorians.co.uk Every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

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Mid Sussex Philatelic Society

Burgess Hill Girls School, Keymer Road, Burgess Hill RH15 0EG Czechoslovakia and Netherlands East Indies presented by Yvonne & Richard Wheatley. Jim Etherington 01273 471897 jespeth@hotmail.com Wednesday 02 May, 19:45

Burgess Hill Horticultural Society - Open Meeting Cyprus Hall, Cyprus Road, Burgess Hill RH15 8DX Illustrated talk: The A-Z of Garden Plants, speaker: Mark Saunders, Head Gardener at Fittleworth House, near Pulborough. Admission: Members free, Visitors: £1. All welcome! bhhs@talktalk.net 01444 245509.

Thursday 03 May, 19:30

Ditchling Film Society

Ditchling Village Hall, 18 Lewes Rd, Ditchling, Hassocks BN6 8TT See Local Living. Friday 04 May, 11:00-16:00

Taster Day with Organic Baby Care Products

The Seasons, Medway House, Lower Road, Forest Row RH18 5HE We will be sampling creams and lotions, giving away freebies and talking about Organic Baby Care Products from ‘Mumma Love’ and ‘Weleda’. 01342 824673 info@seasonsforestrow.co.uk Friday 04 May, 11:00-15:00

Burgess Hill Means Business

33-35 Victoria Road, Burgess Hill RH15 9LR This event will highlight local organizations, products and services, and provide an opportunity for people to see the full extent of the knowledge and expertise available on their doorsteps. Friday 04 May, 13:00

Lunch Time Concerts in Holy Trinity Church

Holy Trinity Church, Church Street, Cuckfield RH17 5JZ Meridian Voices. Concerts are held on the first Friday of each month. Tea, coffee and squash available from 12:30 and there is no charge. Friday 04, 11, 18 & 25 May, 18:30-21:30

Forest Row Village Club - Happy Hour

Station Road, Forest Row RH18 5DW Happy Hour every Friday, with beer from £2.50. Contact: 01342 822856 frvillageclub@outlook.com www. forestrowvillageclub.co.uk

Thursday 03, 10, 17 & 24 May, 13:15-14:15

Friday 04, 11, 18, & 25 May, 19:00-20:00

Chequer Mead, De La Warr Road, East Grinstead RH19 3BS Gentle, encouraging step-by-step yoga for beginners. Additional classes C.M. Friday 10:45-12:00 and 13:15-15:00 at Forest Row Community Centre. Drop In £10 (block booking disc. available) Sarah 07950 380921 hello@yogaloves.uk

K2 Leisure Centre, Combat Room, Pease Pottage Hill, Crawley RH11 9BG Adults only Self Defense classes based on Yoshinkan Akido. Warm and friendly Club, suitable for all genders who would look to protect themselves against aggressors of all sizes. First lesson free, £37.50 monthly. Contact: George 07882 186130 or Stan 07581 511801, facebook.com/ CrawleyAkidoClub

Wednesday 02 May

Friday 04, 11, 18 & 25 May, 19:45-21:45

The Towers Convent School, Henfield Road, Upper Beeding BN44 3TF This Open Morning will provide an opportunity to see the school in action on a normal working day. To register, please contact: 01903 812185 admin@thetowersconventschool.org or online at thetowersconventschool.org

Cyprus Hall, Millfield Suite, Cyprus Road, Burgess Hill RH15 8DX This month we have – Nag & Natter Night, Prep for Mills on Air, On Air Night, Construction Contest, Nag & Natter Night. Contact: Stella Rogers 07803 086838 www.msars.org.uk

Yoga for Beginners and Those That Like to Take Things More Slowly

The Towers Convent Open Morning

Thursday 03, Sunday 20 & Friday 25 May

Hurst Films

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Aikido (Self Defence)

Mid Sussex Amateur Radio Society

Saturday 05, Sunday 06 & Monday 07 May

The Mid Sussex Marathon Weekend

Saturday East Grinstead, Sunday Haywards Heath, Monday Burgess Hill Each day features a leg of the Mid

Sussex Marathon, the Mid Sussex Mile and Mid Sussex Fun Run, not forgetting Miles the dog!

Saturday 05 May, 09:00-12:00

The Worthing Craft Supplies Market

St Symphorian’s Church, Durrington Hill, Worthing BN13 2PU A one-stop market for an eclectic mix of craft supplies – from items which are used every day and those which are tricky to find in high street shops. Free entry. Saturday 05 May, 09:00-13:00

Worth Horticultural Society Plant & Garden Jumble Sale

Crawley Down Allotments, Crawley Down RH10 4HY Our usual bedding and herbaceous plants will be available, as well as vegetable plants and bulbs. We will also have used garden tools on sale, all at very reasonable prices. Saturday 05 May – Thursday 31 May

Reasons to be Cheerful

Cuckfield Museum, Queens Hall, High Street, Cuckfield RH17 5EL Cuckfield Museum celebrates the royal birth and wedding with exquisite antique wedding dresses and objects from childhood. Entry free but donations welcome. More information from www.cuckfieldmuseum.org Saturday 05 May, 09:30-13:00

Bowls Visitor Morning

St Francis Bowls Club, Haywards Heath RH16 4EX Come and try this great game at this welcoming club. Just bring flat shoes. Totally free! For further information contact Ian Goacher 01444 454357. Saturday 05 May, 10:00-15:00

Forest Row Market

Community Centre Car Park, or Foresters Green, Hartfield Road, Forest Row RH18 5DZ Locally produced fine food and crafts market. Contact: Mrs Sue Young (Market Manager) sue.young@ forestrow.gov.uk 01342 778062 www.forestrow.gov.uk Saturday 05 May, 11:00-17:00

Bedelands Bimble & BBQ

Bedelands Nature Reserve, Maple Drive, Burgess Hill RH15 8AN See Local Living. Saturday 05 – Monday 07 May, 10:30-17:00

Food Festival

Weald & Downland Living Museum, Town Lane, Singleton, Chichester PO18 0EU Enjoy the best of the south east’s food and drink – heritage to the modern day – with free demonstrations and talks. £14 adults, £6.50 child (4 years and under enter free), £4.50 disabled + helper, £38 family (2 adults + 3 children). 01243 811363 office@ wealddown.co.uk www.wealddown.co.uk Saturday 05, 12, 19 & 26 April, 12:00-16:00

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Sussex Crafts – Knit & Natter

130 South Road, Haywards Heath, RH16 4LT All levels and abilities welcome. We can help you get started and give advice. Come and join us and make new friends whilst having fun. £2 incl. tea/coffee and biscuits. 01444 455611. Saturday 05 May, 19:30

Jonathan Veira Concert

Jubilee Community Centre, Charlwoods Road, East Grinstead RH19 2HL See Local Living.

Blindley Heath Heavy Horse and Country Show

East Bysshe Showground, Eastbourne Road, Blindley Heath RH7 6LF Largest gathering of heavy horses in southern England + historic vehicles, dog show, crafts, shops, rides. £10 on gate, £8 in advance, under 16s and parking free. Jackie Shearman, 01737 645857 sesha@edenbridge-show.co.uk www.sesha.org.uk Monday 07, 14, and 21 May, 08:00-17:00

General Antiques & Collectables Auction

Martlets Hall, Civic Way, Burgess Hill RH15 9NN Show Of Hands have unequivocally become one of the leading forces in British folk. Book online, phone 01444 242888 or pop in to the Box Office.

Gorringes, 15 North Street, Lewes, East Sussex NB7 2PE Gorringes hold a weekly Monday sale. This is a well-established auction holding between 600 and 800 lots of antique and other furniture, ceramics, jewellery, pictures, silver and collectables. 01273 472503 clientservices@gorringes.co.uk

Sunday 06 & Monday 07 May, 09:00-17:00

Monday 07 May, 10:00-16:00

Saturday 05 May, 20:00

Where We’re Bound: Show Of Hands, Geoff Lakeman

Spring Live!

South of England Showground, Ardingly RH17 6TL Enjoy performances from our music stage, gardening demos, dog agility, animal barn, artisan food and drink, fairground attractions and so much more! £11 Adults , £9 Seniors/ Students. Children under 16 free with a paying adult. Book online for 10% discount. 01444 892700 www.seas.org.uk info@seas.org.uk Sunday 06 and Bank Holiday 07 Monday May

East Grinstead & District Lions Club 40th May Fair

May Fair, 120 stalls, children’s rides, child entertainer, live entertainment, refreshments, May Queen competition (min 8yrs). Supporting local charities. Brian Richens 07743 742801 eganddlions@gmail.com

Monday 07 May, 10:30-17:00

Ancient Crafts Festival

Michelham Priory House & Gardens, Upper Dicker Nr Hailsham BN27 3QS Have a go at ancient building

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techniques, weaving, pottery & flint knapping. Explore other ancient crafts and local archaeological finds. Normal admission applies.01323844224 adminmich@sussexpast.co.uk www.sussexpast.co.uk

Monday 07 May, 10:30-13:00

Coffee, Cake and the Collection at East Grinstead Museum

East Grinstead Museum, Old Market Yard, Cantelupe Road, East Grinstead RH19 3BJ An opportunity to handle artefacts and share memories over a cup of tea and cake at the Museum. info@ eastgrinsteadmuseum Monday 07 May, 14:30-16:30

Delicious Cream Tea

Adastra Hall, Keymer Road, Hassocks BN6 8QH Delicious cream tea with Friends and Neighbours as your hosts. £3.50 Advance tickets Pavilion Electrics or ring 01273 845291. Raffle. Dorrie Mottram 01273 845291 Tuesday 08 May, 19:45

The Sensory Garden at St. Lawrence School

Hurstpierpoint Horticultural Society, Club Suite, Village Hall, Hurstpierpoint BN6 9UY An illustrated talk by Kate McMinnies who designed and looks after the garden. £1 members, £2 nonmembers. Contact: Kathy Green greenhpp@tiscali.co.uk Tuesday 08 May, 20:00–23:00

The Group for Unattached Men & Women Aged 50+

A pub in Lewes A round of golf ? Day at the races? Country walk? Dinner? Casino? Quiz? Cinema? Holiday? These are events from The Group Diary. The Group meets in Lewes on the first Tuesday evening of every month. Visit www.thegroup.org.uk and give one of the contact numbers a call. Wednesday 09 May

Henfield Garden Club Outings

Arrival at venues 10:30 & 14:30 Car outings to explore two beautiful gardens in Chiddingfold. Morning Ramster and afternoon The Coach House. Members only: £14.50

Wednesday 09 May, 19:30-20:00

Perennial Gardeners’ Questions Panel Discussion

Hassocks Horticultural Society, Adastra Hall, Keymer Road, Hassocks BN6 8QF An entertaining and informative evening with two gardening experts from the horticultural charity Perennial. Q & A Questions. Entrance £2.50, which includes tea or coffee, plus cake. Wednesday 09 May, 20:00

Lindfield Horticultural Society: A Talk - Organic Growing

King Edward Hall, High Street, Lindfield Sandy Wansbury of Africa Organics will talk about Africa Organics established in 2004 to assist remote African villages to establish permanent sustainable communities. £1 members. £3 visitors All welcome. Contact: 01444 458509.

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DiaryDates Thursday 10 May, 14:00-16:30

Friends of Ashdown Forest - Tea Party

Ashdown Forest Centre, Wych Cross, Forest Row RH18 5JP The Friends are hosting a Tea Party (with lots of cake!) to celebrate the purchase of the land. Members of the public are welcome to come along and find out more about the Forest and the Friends. Please reserve a place by contacting: Pat Arnold 01892 611414 or ashdownfriends@aol.com Thursday 10 May, 14:30

Mid Sussex Association National Trust

Clair Hall, Haywards Heath RH16 3DN This month’s lecture The History of Scotney Castle and its Families is by Ray Shayler. Membership £7, plus £3 per lecture. Non-members £5 per lecture. Contact: Anne Tucker 01444 455803. Friday 11 May, Arrive 08:30 for Shotgun start at 10:00

Charity Golf Day in aid of local special needs charity, Kangaroos

Visit www.kangaroos.or.uk for more details. Teams of 4 in each. Lots of prizes to be won. Buffet, presentations, raffle and auction. Sponsorship packages available. £55 per person. Contact: Samantha Norgate 01444 459108 or 0782701l061 sam@kangaroos.org

Friday 11 – Sunday 13 May, 09:00-17:30 (Sunday 10:00-16:30)

Chichester Garden and Craft

Market

Chichester City Centre, East Street & North Street, Chichester PO19 1LB A superb range of quality plants, garden-related gifts, furniture, artwork, woodwork, jewellery and a host of wonderful crafted delights. www.woodlandcrafts.co.uk info@ woodlandcrafts.co.uk 01243 641306. Friday 11 – Sunday 13 May, Fri. 11-20:00, Sat. 10:30-18;00, Sun. 10:30-17:00

The Petworth Park Antiques & Fine Art Fair

Petworth Park, Petworth GU28 OQY Annual fair featuring over 50 exhibitors selling high quality art, antiques and objects from the ancient to the contemporary. £10 includes readmission and free entry to Petworth House during the fair. 01797 252030 info@adfl.co.uk www.petworthparkfair.com Friday 11 May, 11:00-16:00

Seggiano, Real Foods From Italy Taster Day

The Seasons, Medway House, Lower Road, Forest Row RH18 5HE We are very excited the Vinzenco from Seggiano will be in the house, sampling organic olive oil, flat breads, pesto and dips. Free. 01342 824 673 info@seasonsforestrow.co.uk Friday 11 May, 19:30

Kathleen Turner: Finding My Voice The Capitol Horsham, North Street,

Horsham RH12 1RG Two-time Golden Globe winner Kathleen Turner stars in her debut Cabaret show. Songs and stories from her remarkable life. £29.50 (£28.50 Concessions).Box Office: 01403 750220 www.thecapitolhorsham.com

with other parents, then there will be a presentation from one of our Kindergarten Teachers. Book online at www.michaelhall.co.uk/early-yearsopen-morning. www.michaelhall.co.uk 01342 822275 contact@michaelhall.co.uk

Friday 11 May, 20:00

Saturday 12 & Sunday 13 May, 09:30-16:00

Cyprus Hall, Cyprus Road, Burgess Hill RH15 8DX Ian Gledhill gives an illustrated talk about the history of this iconic building. £3 visitors, £1 members. Contact: Fred Avery 01444 235088.

Made and Making at East Sussex National Hotel, Uckfield Get some time away from it all and spend the weekend with us. Work on projects, take mini tutorials and also workshops. £175. 07967 819540 www.madeandmaking.co.uk sarah@ madeandmaking.co.uk

Burgess Hill History Society, The Story of Crystal Palace

Saturday 12-Thursday 31 May. Gallery Hours

Jessica Ford Abstract Art Exhibition

Artologie 18 High Street, Cuckfield RH17 5JU Jessica Ford, Brighton based abstract painter is featuring during May at Cuckfield Gallery Artologie, to celebrate a year since opening. Contact: 01444 708380studio@ artologie.co.uk www.artologie.co.uk Saturday 12 May, 09:30-12:00

Early Years Open Morning

Michael Hall Steiner School, Kidbrooke Park, Priory Road, Forest Row RH18 5JA Come to an Early Years Open Morning and see for yourself how beautiful and homely our Kindergartens are. There will be time to have a coffee and mingle

Sewing Retreat Weekend

Saturday 12 May, Pre-Prep: 10:00-11:00 Prep: 10:00-11:30 Senior: 10:30-13:00

Prep/Pre-Prep Open Morning & Senior/Sixth Form Open Morning

Hurstpierpoint College, BN6 9JS Prep/Pre-Prep: Chalkers Lane Senior/Sixth Form: College Lane These Open Mornings provide an opportunity to tour the facilities, listen to presentations by the Headmaster and current pupils and meet key members of staff. Contact: Prep/PrePrep: Christina Treadaway, Christina. treadaway@hppc.co.uk 01273 836927Senior/Sixth Form: Dianne Allison, Dianne.allison@hppc.co.uk 01273 836937 www.hppc.co.uk Saturday 12 May, 10:00-12:00

Open Morning

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DiaryDates Copthorne RH10 3HR A wonderful opportunity to see our school and all it offers. Guided tours with our children. Contact: Kathryn Billingham-West, Registrar, admissions@copthorneprep.co.uk www.copthorneprep.co.uk

Plant Fair

Saturday 12 May, 10:00-13:00

Saturday 12 May, 10:30–12:30

NSPCC Plant Sale

Brinkley Lodge, London Road, Cuckfield RH17 5EU A wide range of plants – flowers and veggies – all excellent value, homemade refreshments, and an attractive garden to wander around. Entrance free. Contact: Mary Crouch 01444 459579. Saturday 12 May, 10:00-14:00

Turners Hill Plant Sale

The Ark, Mount Lane, Turners Hill RH10 4RA In aid of St Catherine’s Hospice. Refreshments available. Any donated plants should be delivered on Friday 11th between 09:30 to 15:30. 01342 714858. Saturday 12 May, 10:00-16:00

Balcombe History Society Exhibition

Victory Hall, Stockcroft Road, Balcombe RH17 6HP The exhibition will feature examples of work from Balcombe artists and a display marking the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War. Entrance £1 and children are free. Saturday 12 May, 10:00-12:00

St. Barnabas Pastoral Centre, Worth Road, Pound Hill, Crawley RH10 7DY Variety of plants, annuals, perennials, vegetables, pots, etc. Free entry. All welcome. Parish Office 0300 111 8150, office@worthparish.org.uk

Rainbow, Brownie, Guide & Senior Section Garden Fete

Burgess Hill Division Guide Hall, Station Road, Burgess Hill RH15 9EU Annual Garden Fete in aid of Burgess Hill Division Guide Hall. Various stalls, competitions, including flower arranging, raffle and display celebrating 100 years of Women’s Suffrage. 01825 733432 in. richards@btinternet.com Saturday 12 May, 11:00-16:00

Mansion Market

Kidbrooke Park, Priory Road, Forest Row RH18 5JA Parking and entry are free to this lively market in beautiful surroundings. Clothing, crafts from many parts of the world, plants, delicious local organic produce and more. Puppet shows, all-day café and fun for all the family! To book a stall: 01342 824944. Saturday 12 & Sunday 13 May, 12:00-15:00

National Mills Weekend at Michelham Priory

Michelham Priory House & Gardens, Upper Dicker Nr Hailsham BN27 3QS An annual festival of Britain’s milling heritage. Hear the history of our

working watermill with fascinating talks from our experts! Entrance to the mill is free but normal admission cost to the main site. 01323 844224 www.sussexpast.co.uk adminmich@sussexpast.co.uk

Stonepit Lane, Henfield BN5 9QU This is the start of our season with a full range of plants. A bouncy castle and refreshments are available. Something for all the family!

Saturday 12 May, 14:00

RSPCA South Godstone Car Boot Sale

reMEmber’s ME Awareness Week Conference

Sheldrake Suite, Martlets Hall, Burgess Hill RH15 9NN SeeLocal Living. Saturday 12 May, 14:00-17:00

Birchanger Open Gardens

Birchanger Gardens, High Street, Balcombe (On B2110 between Handcross & B2036) With kind permission of the Worrall family. Entrance Fee £5 (Children go free). Teas, cakes, tombola, books etc. All proceeds to Macmillan Cancer Support. Saturday 12 May, 19:30

Burgess Hill Symphony Orchestra Concert

St Andrew’s Church, Junction Road, Burgess Hill RH15 OLG Works include: Mozart, Overture from Cosi Fan Tutti and Oboe Concerto K.314 – Soloist Mia Clift and Berlioz – Symphonie Fantastastique. Tickets £12.50 (Accompanied under 16s free) from Burgess Hill Help Point 01444 232067 or www.bhso.org.uk or £15 on the door. Sunday 13 May, 09:30-17:00

Stonepit Nursery Open Day

Sunday 13 May, 10:00-14:00

Eastbourne Road/A22, South Godstone RH9 8JB Free parking + disabled parking. Set up from 9am, opens 10am. Light refreshments. Dogs welcome on lead. No food sellers/traders. Buyers admission by donation and sellers: Vehicles £10, trailers £3. Darren Parrish 0300 1230741. Sunday 13 May, 12:00

Storrington Village Duck Race!

Riverside Walk RH20 4NN / Storrington Library RH20 4PA To add to the fun, there will be funfair rides and face-painting, craft stalls, music, bar, refreshments, ice-cream and cakes, plus the ever popular BBQ. Monday 14 May, 14:30

The Arts Society (Henfield) – Alchemy and Adventure

The Henfield Hall, Coopers Way, Henfield BN5 6DB Lynne Gibson investigates dangerous pigments used by artists – cochineal, Indian gold nuggets, lapis lazuli and lead. Guests £5. 01273 494633.

SUNDAY 13th MAY

LADIES’ DAY AT PLUMPTON RACECOURSE

Competitions: Best dressed lady, gent and child. Prizes to include: A 2 night stay at Buxted Park hotel… plus more! Tipster Talks Fun Fair Live Roaming Music Marquee Restaurant Paddock Restaurant

Gates opening 12pm • First Race 2:10pm • Last Race 5:25pm Tickets from £10 in advance Tel. 01273 890383 racing@plumptonracecourse.co.uk www.plumptonracecourse.co.uk SUSSEX LIVING May 2018

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DiaryDates Monday 14-20 May

Show Your Brain Some Love www.thedtgroup.org/ showyourbrainsomelove See Local Living.

Monday 14 & 21 May, 19:15-22:00

The Harmony Corporation Rehearsals

One of the best family days out in Sussex!

The King’s Centre, 33-35 Victoria Road, Burgess Hill RH15 9LR Mid Sussex’s new ladies a cappella chorus. All women aged over 16 welcome to join any Monday evening. Monthly standing order membership free is £15 once you join. LadiesChorus@sussexharmonisers. org.uk www.sussexharmonisers.or.uk

25th – 29th May

The Bluebell Railway is delighted and exciting to announce that the 60163 ‘Tornado’ will be making a whistle-stop to Sussex between 25th and 29th May! You’ve seen this fabulous locomotive in the movie, Paddington™ 2, and now you can see it in the flesh!

Teddy Bear︐s Picnic 26th, 28th & 29th May On 26th, 28th and 29th May there will be ‘Teddy Bear’s Picnic’ to enjoy on one of the trains. Why not bring the family along and take a trip behind the fantastic locomotive Tornado! Prices include reserved seats in the buffet car. A picnic tea for children is included in the price, and adults can add a picnic tea to to their ticket it they’d like. Bring Teddy too – book a place for him and he gets his own ticket! Advance booking is essential for this special event.

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Upstairs Function Room, The Royal British Legion, 9-11 Buckingham Road, Shoreham by Sea BN43 5UA A gathering of Ex Royal Marines and veterans to have a meeting about local events and to socialise together. Yearly Membership Fee of £15 plus £3 local subs. Contact: Maureen Copelin Maureen.copelin@ntlworld.com 01273 236437. Thursday 17 May, 10:30–13:30

A pub in Burgess Hill A round of golf ? Day at the races? Country walk? Dinner? Casino? Quiz? Cinema? Holiday? These are events from The Group Diary. The Group meets in Burgess Hill on the second Monday evening of every month. Visit www.thegroup.org.uk and give one of the contact numbers a call.

Thursday 17 to Saturday 19 May, 19:30

Tuesday 15 May, 10:00

Mid Sussex Ramblers Wivelsfield to Plumpton and back

Eastern Road, Wivelsfield Green Rec Ground RH17 7QG. Parking in road. TQ346200. Wivelsfield, Blackbrook Wood, Streat, Plumpton, St Helena Farm, West Woods. Flat walk. Please bring picnic lunch. 12mi/19.3km Moderate. Elizabeth 07989 217818. Tuesday 15 May, 19:45

Wolstonbury WI Monthly Meeting

Club Suite, Hurstpierpoint Village Centre, Trinity Road, Hurstpierpoint BN6 9UY Resolutions followed by ‘Introducing myself ’ by three invited members. Contact: Jane Biggs 01273 834421. Tuesday 15 May, 20:00-22:00

Lindfield & District Folk Dance Club

Ashenground Community Centre, Vale Road, Haywards Heath RH16 4JR Folk dancing for fun, no partner needed. £3 including tea/coffee and biscuit at half time. First evening free. Contact: Mike 01444 482741.

The Arts Society Mid Sussex

The Bluebell Railway, Sheffield Park Station, East Sussex TN22 3QL www.bluebell-railway.com Booking is essential for some services. Please see website for details and T&C's. Twitter @bluebellrailway facebook.com/bluebellrailway

Meeting of the Royal Marines Association

New Horizons Garden and Produce Fair

Wednesday 16 May, 10:15 for 10:45-12:00

Tel: 01825 720800

Wednesday 16 May, 20:00-22:30

Monday 14 May, 20:00

The Group for Unattached Men & Women Aged 50+

See the 60163 ‘Tornado’

is entitled Charles de Gaulle. Contact: Barbara Stevens 01444 452385.

Clair Hall, Perrymount Road, Haywards Heath RH16 3DN The Role of the Arts in the Cycle of Crime, Prison and Reoffending. A lecture by Angela Findlay who works as an artist within the Criminal Justice System and will demonstrate how art helps offenders to confront their crime. Non-members welcome - £7 on the door. Wednesday 16 May, 20:00-22:00

The Mid-Sussex Franco-British Society - An Illustrated Talk Function Suite, Clair Hall, Perrymount Road, Haywards Heath RH16 3DN An illustrated talk in French by Professor Julian Jackson. This talk

Cuckfield Park, Cuckfield RH17 5AB High quality gardening and food gifts, exclusive bubbly breakfast and homemade cakes and lunches in aid of St Catherine’s Hospice. £5 – General Entry, £15 – Bubbly Breakfast (Advance booking required.) Suzanne Connor 01293 447367 newhorizons@stch.org.uk www.stch. org.uk/ new-horizons

Wivelsfield Little Theatre - The Accrington Pals

Wivelsfield Village Hall, off Eastern Road, Wivelsfield Green RH17 7QG See Local Living. Friday 18 May, 10:00-12:00

The Visually-Impaired Reading Group

Haywards Heath Library, 34 Boltro Road, Haywards Heath RH16 1BN This group meets every third Friday. Transport provided. If interested please contact Dorothy Lazenby on 01444 450947. Friday 18 May, 11:00-16:00

RAWnCHi Chocolates

The Seasons, Medway House, Lower Road, Forest Row RH18 5HE Very proud to have Nik Martin in, owner of RAWnCHi Chocolate, sampling his amazing vegan, gf, sugar free and raw chocolates, cakes and drinks. 01342 824673 info@seasonsforestrow.co.uk Friday 18 - Sunday 20 May, 12:00-20:00

The Attic Art Club Original Art Fair Ashenground Woods

The Village Hall, 18 Lewes Road, Ditchling, East Sussex BN6 8TT Original works of art for sale, including paintings, woodturning, sculpture, glassware, jewellery, cards and prints by Sussex based artists. Admission free with refreshments. Voluntary contributions to RNLI Carole-Lynn Duffy, 01444 482375, carolelynnduffy@gmail.com Friday 18 – Sunday 20 May

Bluebell Railway Branch Line Weekend

Sheffield Park Station TN22 3QL Come along for a fun-packed weekend showcasing Bluebell Railway’s small locomotives. Tickets: bluebell.vticket. co.uk/event Friday 18 – Sunday 20 May

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Wedding Flower Festival

St Peter’s Church, 2a Station Road, Cowfold RH13 8DA For more information please contact Christine Haddrell at haddrell@ btinternet.com 01444 881617 or 07966 429664. Friday 18 May, 20:00-22:00

Zodiac Club

Sheddingdean Community Centre, Maple Drive, Burgess Hill RH15 8HP Members are playing Call My Bluff preceded by an optional stroll around the Bedelands Nature Reserve. This long established club is for older single people in Mid-Sussex with evening as well as daytime events (meals, theatre, days out, coffee mornings, etc.) £3. Contact: Jane Donald 01444 443804. Saturday 19 & Sunday 20 May, 09:30-17:00

Paws in the Park – A Great Day Out for You and Your Dog!

Ardingly Showground RH17 6TL Lots of ‘have a go’ activities, competitions, arena events and companion dog show. In advance £9 adults and £7 for a child. www.pawsinthepark.ney Saturday 19 May, 19:30

Verdi’s Rigoletto

King Edward Hall, 24 High Street, Lindfield RH16 2HH Containing some of his best known arias, Verdi’s opera is sung in English and performed in the round. £12 Unreserved, £14 Reserved. Tickets from: ticketsource.co.uk/heberopera heberopera.co.uk 01435 866737. Saturday 19 May, 10.00-13:00

Repair Café Forest Row

Community Centre, Hartfield Road, Forest Row RH18 5DZ If your jeans need patching, your bike is squeaking or your kettle won’t boil bring it along and see if we can help. Free to enter. All repairs are free but donations will be gratefully received towards ongoing costs of the service. https://www.facebook.com/ RepairCafeForestRow/

Tuesday 22 May, 19:00-20:00

Fertility Information Evening

BMI The Esperance Hospital, Hartington Place, Eastbourne BN21 3BG Free fertility information evening at BMI The Esperance Hospital. Take the opportunity to speak with our team about the available treatment. To book call us on 0800 092 9029 or e-mail info@bmihealthcare.co.uk Wednesday 23 May, 20:00-22:00

Sussex Bonsai Group—Group Meeting

Wivelsfield Village Hall, Eastern Road, Wivelsfield RH17 7QH This meeting is for Bonsai enthusiastsbeginners and experienced. A demonstration on all aspects will take place- by Paul Eslinger. Free for first visit.Tea and coffee will be available. Ray Brunsden 07342 650713 Ray.b@talktalk.net Thursday 24 May, 19:00-20:00

Hips and Knees Information Evening

BMI The Esperance Hospital, Hartington Place, Eastbourne BN21 3BG Free hips and knees information evening at BMI The Esperance Hospital. Take the opportunity to speak with our team about the available treatment. To book call us on 0800 092 9029 or e-mail info@bmihealthcare.co.uk Thursday 24 May, 20:00

Sussex Literary Landscapes

The Council Chamber, Queens Hall, High Street, Cuckfield RH17 5EL Geoffrey Mead looks at the literature of Sussex with sources as varied as Graham Greene and the Anglo Saxon Chronicles. £5 and £3 for members. Please ring Mike Nicholson 01444 457448 to book a place or email events@cuckfieldmuseum.org

Bluebell Railway, Sheffield Park Station TN22 3QL You’ve seen it in Paddington 2, the movie – now see it in the flesh! There will also be a ‘Teddy Bear’s Picnic’ to enjoy on one of the trains. Advance booking is essential.

Wivelsfield Village Hall, off Eastern Road, Wivelsfield Green RH17 7QG Starring Hugh Jackman and Zac Efron. This musical drama tells the story of the showman P T Barnum and his circus in New York in the mid-1800s. Tickets £6 in advance from the Post Office and Village Stores or The Cock Inn, or online via the Facebook page. Homemade cakes, ice creams and drinks served before the film and during the interval.

28th and 29th May Paddington will be on hand to see you all on board and help wave the green flag to get you on your way on 28th and 29th May!

The Foyer, The Martlets Hall, Civic Way, Burgess Hill RH15 9NN All enquiries to Judy Redd 01444 248595.

Ashenground Woods Bridleway/Renfields Cross, bolnore Village RH16 4TG Guided walk on history of Ashenground & Bolnore Woods. Weather permitting. Non-members welcome. Free. www.foabw.uk

Wivelsfield Films – Greatest Showman (PG)

Paddington™

Coffee Morning in aid of St Catherine’s Hospice

Friday 25 – Tuesday 29 May

Sunday 20 May, 19:00 Doors, Film 19:30

Come and Meet

Saturday 25 May, 10:00-12:30

Sunday 20 May, 14:30

Friends of Ashenground & Bolnore Woods – History Walk

One of the best family days out in Sussex!

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Friday 25 May, 20:00

Hurstpierpoint Historical & Geographical Society

The Guide Hall, Trinity Road Car Park, Hurstpierpoint BN6 9UY Speaker: Kevin Newman - Empires, Migration and Identity Admission: Free to Members. Nonmembers welcome: Entrance £3. £2 to Members of other Historical Societies. Saturday 26 May, 09:00-12:30

Hassocks Village Market

National Tyres Forecourt, 60 Keymer Road,

Tel: 01825 720800 info@bluebell-railway.co.uk

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DiaryDates Hassocks BN6 8AR A lively and bustling village market supporting local producers and crafts-people. Huge selection of fresh produce and much more. Music and singing, weather depending, plus Hassocks Football Club. Contact: Amanda Felix 01273 842701 or via Facebook ‘Hassocks Village Market’. Saturday 26 May 10:00-12:00

Traidcraft Stall, Coffee Morning and Messy Church

Hassocks United Reformed Church, 23, Keymer Road, Hassocks BN6 8AB Buy fairly traded groceries and chocolate. Sample fair trade coffee or tea. Children’s activities. Julia Scotland, 01444 871812, 07522866237, julia@pjscot2.plus.com Saturday 26 – Thursday 31 May, 09:3017:30

New Life Half Term

WWT Arundel Wetland Centre, Mill Road, Arundel BN18 9PB See what’s hatching out this spring with our friendly guides and roaming wardens. Pond dipping and daily crafts too! Centre Admission prices from: Adults £11.81, Concess.: £10, Child. £6.31, Under 4’s free. 01903 881530 www.wwt.org.uk/arundel Info.arundel@wwt.org.uk

Dogs Trust Shoreham Fun Day!

Dogs Trust Rehoming Centre, Brighton Road, Shoreham by Sea, BN43 5LT Entrance costs £2 for adults, £1 for children & OAPS with dogs going free! Attractions include: Our famous Fun Dog Show, Raffle, Tombola, Have a Go Agility, Doggy Dash and much more. www.dogstrust.org.uk Sunday 27 May, 18:00

Verdi’s Rigoletto

Village Centre, Trinity Road, Hurstpierpoint BN6 9UY Containing some of his best known arias, Verdi’s opera is sung in English and performed in the round. £12 Unreserved, £14 Reserved. Tickets from: ticketsource.co.uk/heberopera http://heberopera.co.uk 01435 866737.

Mammoth Car Boot Sale

Burgess Hill Academy, Station Road, Burgess Hill RH15 9EA Burgess Hill & District Rotary Club Mammoth Car Boot Sale raising funds for local and international communities and charities. £10 per car, Small Vans £15, Large Vans £20. 07564 632733 www.therotaryclub.co.uk julie.bhrotary@gmail.com Monday 28 May, 12:00-16:00

Wakehurst, Ardingly, Nr Haywards Heath RH17 6TN An action-packed weekend of woodland activities for all the family. Activities include birds of prey, demonstrations, workshops, storytelling, tree climbing and more. Included with entry to the gardens. Please note: There will be additional charges for some activities and crafts. wakehurst@kew.org 01444 894066

Tottington Manor, Edburton, Nr Henfield West Sussex BN5 9LJ Spend a relaxing afternoon with friends & family in the beautiful Sussex Downs, with a tasty BBQ and music by Pete Lowe. Booking essential. £22.50 per person. Sara Luff, 01903 815757 info@tottingtonmanor.co.uk

Saturday 26 May, 15:00

Friends of Ashenground & Bolnore Woods – Nature Photography Afternoon

Ashenground Bridge, Ashenground Road, Haywards Heath RH16 4QA Nature photography with Royal Photographic Society member. If weather bad, reserve date is Saturday 9 June 2018, 15.00. Non-members welcome. Free. Saturday 26 May, 20:00

Lindfield Dramatic Club – What the Dickens!... and chips

King Edward Hall, 24 High Street, Lindfield RH16 2HH An evening of rehearsed readings from the works of Charles Dickens, followed by a Victorian Melodrama. Tickets £11 and includes a fish-andchip supper. Bar open at 19:30. Call Rex Cooper 01444 831512 for tickets. Sunday 27 May, 10:00–16:00

Introduction to Beekeeping

Forest Garden Shovelstrode, Shovelstrode Lane, Ashurstwood RH19 3PH Learn all about the honey bee, how to look after bees with a chance to see into a hive. £75. Lisa Aitken lisa@ forestgarden.info 07956 815458. SUSSEX LIVING May 2018

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Tuesday 29 May, 10:00-15:00

Bonhams Valuation Day – Asian Art and Jewellery

The Courtlands Hotel, 19-27 The Drive, Hove BN3 3JE Bonhams specialists will be at the Courtlands Hotel to offer free and confidential advice on items you may be considering selling at auction. Appointments and enquiries 01273 220000. Tuesday 29 & Wednesday 30 May - Various Times

Dear Zoo Live!

The Capitol Horsham, North Street, Horsham RH12 1RG Rod Campbell’s timeless children’s classic book makes its stage premiere! Child engaging puppets, music and lots of audience interaction. £15. Box Office: 01403 750220 www.thecapitolhorsham.com

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Thursday 31 May, 10:00-16:00

Teacher & TA Recruitment Day!

The Mallings Business Centre, 112 Malling Street, Lewes BN7 2RG (And every last Thursday of each month). To register with Class Cover for daily, short or long term supply cover work, give us a call. We look forward to hearing from you! 01273 957908 lara@classcover.com

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