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Friday 02, 09, 16 & 23 February, 19:00-20:00

Tuesday 06 February, 10:15-11:45

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.

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/CrawleyAkidoClub

Franklands Village Hall, Haywards Heath RH16 3RS Monthly Branch Meeting with visiting speaker. Subject – The History of Medicine in West Sussex. New members are always very welcome. Contact: David Goodger 01444 483480

‘Gages’ Home Delivery Service – Forest Row Parish Council

Thursday 01 February, 08:30-13:00

Open Morning

Michael Hall Steiner School, Kidbrooke Park, Priory Road, Forest Row RH18 5JA There’s no better introduction to both Michael Hall and Steiner Waldorf education than an Open Morning. An opportunity to see students at work and play, tour our facilities and listen to one or both of our talks. Book online at www. 01342 822275. Thursday 01 February, 19:30-21:45

The Friends of St Peter’s Church Chailey present the Ardingly College Concert St Peter’s Church, Chailey Green, Near Lewes BN8 4DA Ardingly College Chamber Choir alongside music scholars from older years perform a varied programme. Interval with refreshments. Admission Free. Thursday 01 February, 19:30

Ditchling Film Society

Ditchling Village Hall, 18 Lewes Rd, Ditchling, Hassocks BN6 8TT See Local Living. Friday 02 February, 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 02 February, 14:00-20:00

Country Club Open Day

Ashdown Park Hotel & Country Club, Wych Cross, Nr Forest Row RH18 5JR Visit our Country Club, enjoy special offers, taster treatments and see how our lifestyle memberships can work for you. Complimentary entry. Contact: 01342 824988, Friday 02, 09, 16, & 23 February, 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


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Aikido (Self Defence)

Friday 02, 09, 16 & 23 February, 19:4521:45

Mid Sussex Amateur Radio Society

Cyprus Hall, Millfield Suite, Cyprus Road, Burgess Hill RH15 8DX This month we have the following:Talk - Health & Safety by David Davis, On Air Night, Nag & Natter Night, Radio Night with Table Top Sale. Please note the new times. Contact: Stella Rogers, 07803 086838,, Saturday 03 February, 09:30

Lindfield Horticultural Society: Coffee Morning, Seed Swap and Advice Clinic King Edward Hall, High Street, Lindfield RH16 2HH The annual opportunity to swap seeds, drink coffee and get advice from Charlene Chick propagator at Nymans Gardens. £1 members. All welcome. Lindfield Horticultural Society, membership enquiries 01444 458509. Sunday 04 February, 10:00

Mid Sussex Ramblers – Ditchling Car Park behind Ditchling Village Hall BN6 8UA Ditchling, Ditchling Beacon, Street Hill, Westmeston, Ditchling. 5mi/8km Moderate. TQ327151. Contact: Jill 01273 480167 or 07938 833868 on the day. Monday 05, 12, 19 and 26 February, 08:00-17:00

General Antiques & Collectables Auction

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 Monday 05 February, 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. Free entry. No booking required.

NHS Retirement Fellowship (Mid Sussex Branch) Meeting

Tuesday 06 February, 10:30

Mid Sussex Ramblers – Loder Valley Winter Wander

Little London CP Layby Ardingly opp Showground RH17 6TJ Little London Layby CP, Permissive Path to Wakehurst to enter Loder Valley area and return. Please bring a picnic lunch. TQ344304. 7mi/11.3km Moderate. Contact: Jill 01273 480167 or 07843 566602 on the day. Tuesday 06, 13, 20 and 27 February, 10:30-13:00

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. The IT Girl Ltd, Emma 07938 838861, Tuesday 06 February, 19:00

Henfield Garden Club Talk

The Henfield Hall, Coopers Way, Henfield BN5 9DB See Local Living. Tuesday 06 February, 19:30-21:00

Worthing Antique, Arts & Collectors Club

Worthing Lecture Theatre, Richmond Road, Worthing BN11 1HD Our talk for February is Gemstones & Jewellery, Myths & Facts. All are welcome to attend. Annual membership £30 or £5 per talk.

Wednesday 07 February, 09:30-13:30

Fostering – Drop-in Session

Horsham Library, Lower Tanbridge Way, Horsham RH12 1PJ Come and find out more about becoming an adoptive parent. To view our video on a real-life foster family, visit our West Sussex videos pages ( and see our Fostering – the inside story. Wednesday 07 February, 10:00-12:00

Burgess Hill U3A Coffee Morning - Tax, Care and Toy Boys

Martlets Hall, Civic Way, Burgess Hill RH15 9NN Monthly Coffee Morning with speaker Oliver Hill of Collective Legal Solutions – finance and the law in later life. New members welcome. £1.50 including raffle ticket. u3asites. Wednesday 07 February, 19:00 for 19:30

Pyecombe Quiz Night

Pangdean Farm, Pyecombe BN45 7FJ Prizes for the1st three winners, maximum 6 per team. Raffle on sale during the evening. £7 per person which includes one free drink and nibbles. Contact Karen Lewis 07818 568999 or 01273 857013 for tickets or to secure a table. Wednesday 07 February, 19:45

Burgess Hill Horticultural Society Open Meeting

Cyprus Hall, Cyprus Road, Burgess Hill RH15 8DX Illustrated talk: The Natural Year in Focus. Speaker: Peter Lovett. Admission: Members free, visitors £1. All welcome! 01444 245509. Thursday 08 February, 14:30

Mid Sussex Association National Trust Lecture

Clair Hall, Haywards Heath RH16 3DN The Beat Goes On by Neil Sadler. Contact: Anne Tucker 01444 455803 or Judith Kew 01444 441128 for more details.

Tuesday 06 February, 20:00-22:00

Thursday 08 February, 19:00

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.

Chapel & Great School, Lancing College, Lancing BN15 ORW During the heats of the Inter-House Music Competition, our talented musicians are challenged to form new ensembles as well as to compete in a variety of solo classes, to see who can most impress our distinguished adjudicators. Admission is free but by pre-booked ticket only. 01273 465969

Lindfield & District Folk Dance Club

Tuesday 06 February, 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 and give one of the contact numbers a call.

Inter-House Music Competition Finals Concert

Friday 09 February, 14:00-16:00

W.N.T. - A Tale of Two Cities

Durrington Community Centre, Romany Road, West Durrington, Worthing BN13 3FJ Peter Hill will be giving us a talk, but will it be on Charles Dickens or a travelogue? WNTA members £2 and

visitors £4. Contact: Gillian Johnson 01903 416815,

Friday 09 February, 19:30

Open Audition – Chinamen & The New Quixote by Michael Frayn

Burgess Hill Theatre, Church Walk, Burgess Hill RH15 9AS Open Auditions for four roles. 2 men (20’s and 30/40’s) and 2 women (30/40’s). Further details www. Read-through 02/02/2018 - 19:30. Friday 09 February, 20:00-21:30

Burgess Hill History Society – Murders and Misdemeanours

Cyprus Hall, Cyprus Road, Burgess Hill RH15 8DX Paul Green will shock us and thrill us by recounting stories of such goings on. Members £1 and Visitors £3. Contact: Fred Avery 01444 235088. Saturday 10 February, 10:00-12:30

A Valentine Treat from a Chelsea Gold Medal Winner White Horse Inn, 16 West Street, Ditchling BN6 8TS Valentine’s Special – create twisted willow hearts with a floral design and a little Prosecco. Tools and flowers included. £45. Contact: Chirpee Flowers by Steph Willoughby 01273 951745, 07545 489569 chirpeeflowers@,, Saturday 10 February to Sunday 04 March, 10:00-16:00 Daily

Zed Zdravko Talijan – An Art Exhibition - Seascapes

The CUBE Gallery, South Downs Heritage Centre, Brighton Road, Hassocks BN6 9LY A free exhibition showcasing the work of local artist Zed Zdravko Talijan, exploring his passion for seascapes, where abstract and reality meet. Free entry. Martin Nee Saturday 10 February, 15:00-17:30

Music from the Movies

Clair Hall, Perrymount Road, Haywards Heath RH16 3DN Mid Sussex Sinfonia’s programme will include: Sound of Music, Pirates from the Caribbean, Les Miserables and The Dambuster’s March. Ticket Secretary 01903 717278 or Carousel Music 01444 417654. Saturday 10 February, 19:30-23:30

Live Music from Jump The Gun

Balcombe Club, Victory Hall, Stockcroft Road, Balcombe RH176PE Jump The Gun play the very best of Britpop, with a few nods to Punk and Mod classics. Contact: Richard Cooper 01444 811226. Free entry.

Saturday 10 February, 20:00

Brazilian Carnival

The Wheatsheaf, Wheatsheaf Road, Woodmancote, Henfield BN5 9BD Brazilian carnival from 8pm till close. Free entry, samba dancers, with great food and cocktails. Come and join us. Sunday 11 February, 09:00

Worthing Half Marathon

Worthing Pier, Marine Parade, Worthing BN11 3PX Run the streets of Worthing for Guild Care and push your limits whilst raising money for a charity at the heart of Worthing. Run for Guild Care for just £20.00 entry and pledge to raise £50 for this local charity. 01903 528613, FB/Guild Care Monday 12 February

Various Children’s Half Term Workshops

Made and Making, Garden Studio, South Downs Nurseries, Brighton Road, Hassocks BN6 9LY A selection of workshops for 8 years and over. See our website for more info. £25. www.madeandmaking., 07967 819540. Monday 12 February, 10:30

poetry and government reports. These comments are linked to images of Sussex, both historic and contemporary. All welcome, entry free. John Chapman 01444 484470.

Wednesday 14 February, 19:30

Mid Sussex Ramblers – My Brief Encounters with the Stars Haywards Heath Methodist Church (upstairs room), Perrymount Road, Haywards Heath RH16 3DN A talk by John Henty who started life as a reporter for the Croydon Advertiser and reported on football for hospital radio. Cost £3.50 including refreshments. Car parking at the rear of the building and on Perrymount Road. Wednesday 14 February, 19:00-21:00

Valentine’s Dinner

Tottington Manor Hotel, Edburton Road, Edburton BN5 9LJ £42.50 per person. Bed and breakfast £100 per couple. Contact: Janet Nazempour 01903 815757. Wednesday 14 February, 19:45 for 20:00-22:00

Using Water Wisely

The Steyning Centre, Fletchers Croft, Church Street, Steyning BN443XZ Philippa Barton will give an illustrated talk on Horace Walpole and the creation of Strawberry Hill. Annual membership £38.00. Visitors £5.00 donation.

Hassocks Horticultural Society, Adastra Hall, Keymer Road, Hassocks BN6 8QH This month we are having a speaker from South East Water, who will be giving a talk on Using Water Wisely Water preservation for gardening and the environment. Members £1.50 and visitors £2.50. Refreshments included.

Monday 12 February, 19:45

Wednesday 14 February, 20:00-22:00

The Arts Society Steyning

Hassocks Field Society

Adastra Hall, Keymer Road, Hassocks BN6 8QH A talk by Ian Everest - The Land Army – A Sussex Connection. Members £1.50 and Visitors £2. Contact: Beryl Varley 01273 832351. Monday 12 February, 20:00

The Group for Unattached Men & Women Aged 50+ 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 and give one of the contact numbers a call. Tuesday 13 February, 14:30

Lindfield Preservation Society – An Illustrated Talk

King Edward Hall, 24 High Street, Lindfield RH16 2HH Lindfield Preservation Society presents an illustrated talk on Sussex Literary Landscapes by Geoffrey Mead, which looks at a time-line of comments on the county, taken from diaries, travel writings, novels,

The Mid-Sussex Franco-British Society – An Illustrated Talk in French

Function Suite, Clair Hall, Perrymount Road, Haywards Heath RH16 3DN Secret d’Histoire: La Du Barry: coup de foudre a Versailles. Barbara Stevens 01444 452385. Wednesday 14 February, 20:00

Lindfield Horticultural Society: Growing Fruit Talk King Edward Hall, High Street, Lindfield RH16 2HH See Local Living. Thursday 15 February, 19:00-21:30

Knit, Crochet & Natter

Sussex Crafts, 130 South Road, Haywards Heath RH16 4LT Come and join a friendly group of crafters, chat, create and drink tea. £3. Friday 16 February, 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 16 February, 19:15-21:45

Music for Everyone

The Cyprus Hall, Cyprus Road, Burgess Hill RH15 8DX International organist/keyboard player Pete Shaw. Entry £5 on the door. Doors open at 18:00. Contact: Rosalie Birchmore 01444 241269 Saturday 17 February (for 3 months)

Law and Order

Cuckfield Museum, Queens Hall, Cuckfield RH17 5EL Cuckfield Museum’s new exhibition inspired by a dramatic burglary in Haywards Heath in 1850 by the notorious Frimley Gang! Entry free, but donations welcome. For more information: Saturday 17 February, 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. RepairCafeForestRow Sunday 18 February, 10:00-16:00

Snowdrop Festival

Highdown Gardens, Highdown Rise, Goring-by-Sea BN12 6FB This is the first year the garden will be open for the National Garden Scheme as part of its Snowdrop Festival. Entry adults £5 and children free. For more info www. Sunday 18 February, 19:30

Wivelsfield Films – Paddington 2 (PG)

Wivelsfield Village Hall, off Eastern Road, Wivelsfield Green RH17 7QG Directed by Paul King. Cast include Hugh Bonneville, Ben Wilshaw, Julie Walters, Sally Hawkins and Hugh Grant. Tickets £6 in advance from the Post Office, Village Stores, The Cock Inn or online via the Facebook page. Homemade cakes, ice creams and drinks served before the film and during the interval. Tuesday 20 February, 10:00

Mid Sussex Ramblers – Circumnavigation of Haywards Heath

Hickmans Lane CP, Lindfield RH16 2NZ Hickmans Lane, Wickham Farm, Penland Farm, Horsgate Farm, Cuckfield Church, Upper Ridges, Hookhouse Farm, Clearwaters Farm, Colwell Lane, Criplands, Lindfield. Please bring a picnic lunch, Map 135 TQ344257. 11.4mi/18.3km. Contact: Paul J 07711 772853 on the day 01444 441530. Tuesday 20 February, 18:30-20:30 S u ss e x L i v i n g February 2018



Fostering – Info Evening

96 Church Walk, Burgess Hill RH15 9AS Come and find out more about becoming an adoptive parent. To view our video on a real-life foster family, visit our West Sussex videos pages ( and see our ‘Fostering – the inside story’. Tuesday 20 February, 19:45

Wolstonbury WI Monthly Meeting

Club Suite, Hurstpierpoint Village Centre, Trinity Road BN6 9UY The National Coastwatch at Shoreham by Laurie Hays. Wednesday 21 February, 10:15 for 10:45-12:00

The Arts Society Mid Sussex

Clair Hall, Perrymount Road, Haywards Heath RH16 3DN Belonging and not belonging: the immigrant experience in Modern British Art. Lecture by Monica Bohm-Duchen. Non members welcome: £7 on door. Wednesday 21 February, 20:00

Balcombe History Society Talk – McIndoe and the Guinea Pigs

Balcombe History Society Victory Hall, Stockcroft Road, Balcombe RH17 6HP This talk will focus on the work of Sir Archibald McIndoe, a plastic surgeon who combined pioneering surgical procedures with a holistic approach to the care of burns’ victims during the Second World War. £1 members and £3 visitors, including refreshments. Contact: Julie Budgen 01444 811641. Wednesday 21 February, 20:00-22:30

Meeting of the Royal Marines Association

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. Friday 23 February, 09:30-14:00

Make Your Own Leather Clutch Bag

Made and Making, Garden Studio, South Downs Nurseries, Brighton Road, Hassocks BN6 9LY A great introduction to sewing with leather. All materials supplied. See our website for more info. £50. 07967 819540 Friday 23 February, 19:30

College Singers & Student Voices Lancing College Great School, Lancing BN15 ORW Handel’s 4 Coronation Anthems. Tickets £10 and £8 concessions. 01273 465969

Friday 23 February, 20:00

Seriously Funny Comedy Club

Clair Hall, Perrymount Road, Haywards Heath RH16 3DN Friday nights just get better! Catch a laughter-packed comedy night once a month, with over 2 hours of the latest stand up acts. Contact 01444 455440. Saturday 24 February

£10 Tray Day

Clive Miller Butchers, 2 Cuckfield Road, Hurstpierpoint BN6 9RU £10 Tray Days are on the last Saturday of every month. 20 different varieties of meats to choose from. Contact: Clive Miller 01273 832256. Saturday 24 February, 09:00-13:00

Hassocks Village Market

National Tyres Forecourt, 60 Keymer Road, 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 24 February, 10:00-12:00

Paws & Claws Cat Rescue Charity Coffee Morning The King Edward Hall, Lindfield RH16 2HH See Local Living. Saturday 24 February, 10:00-12:00

Ditchling WI Marmalade Mornings Ditchling Village Hall, Lewes Road, Ditchling BN6 8TT Stalls selling homemade jams and marmalades and preserves. Plant and cake stalls. Teas and coffees and biscuits. £1.00 to include tea or coffee and biscuits. Children’s drinks. Contact: Briony Coomber 01273 845069. Saturday 24 February, 10:00-11:45

Book and Toy Sale

St. Barnabas Pastoral Centre, Worth Road, Pound Hill, Crawley RH10 7DY Variety of books, paperbacks, hard backs, children’s books, cookery books. Games and toys. Refreshments, etc. Free entry. All welcome. Parish Office 0300 111 8150, office@worthparish., Saturday 24 February,10:00-12:00

Big Brew Coffee Morning to Launch Fairtrade Fortnight

Hassocks United Reformed Church, 23 Keymer Road, Hassocks BN6 8AB Traidcraft stall. Sample fairly traded tea, coffee, biscuits, chocolate etc. Children’s activities.

Friday 23 February, 20:00

Saturday 24 February, 19:00-21:30

The Guide Hall, Trinity Road Car Park, Hurstpierpoint BN6 9UY Brighton Boozers – Aspects of Brighton’s Public House History by Dr Geoffrey Mead. Admission: Free to Members.

Haywards Heath Methodist Church, Perrymount Road RH16 3DN String Quartet playing Slavonic string quartets. £15. Contact: Christine Colbourne 01444 456227

Hurstpierpoint Historical & Geographical Society


Non-members welcome: Entrance £3. £2 to Members of other Historical Societies.

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Ensemble Reza

Saturday 24 February, 19:00-22:00

Quiz Night

– Asian Art and Jewellery

St Symphorian’s Church Hall, New Road, Worthing BN13 3HU Pitch your general knowledge against our quiz master. Teams of up to six people. £3 per person. Contact, Jane Winter 01903 268109

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. For appointments and enquiries: 01273 220000,

Saturday 24 February, 19:30

Tuesday 27 February, 10:30

Charlie Harper plays the Balcombe Club

Balcombe Club, Victory Hall, Stockcroft Road, Balcombe RH17 6HP Charlie Harper, British singer/ songwriter. He is best known as the lead singer from the punk band U.K. Subs. Free entry. Contact: 01444 811226. Saturday 24 February, 19:30 for 19:45

The Friends of St Peter’s Church Chailey Present - Quiz Night!

Chailey Parish Hall, South Street (A275) Chailey, BN8 4BE near Chailey Green There will be tables of six so make up a team with your friends. Prizes and a Grand Raffle. £12.50 per head, which includes a choice of hot supper and pudding with vegetarian options. Bring your own drinks. To book your table or place, call Janet Barnes 01825 722574 Saturday 24 February, 20:00

60s Night

The Wheatsheaf, Wheatsheaf Road, Woodmancote, Henfield BN5 9BD 60s night. Free entry, 8pm till close. Come and join us. Monday 26 February, 12:00 arrival

Ladies Luncheon - Barbara Bartlett’s Jewellery

Ashdown Park Hotel & Country Club, Wych Cross, Nr Forest Row RH18 5JR Join us and our guest speaker Barbara Bartlett, for a talk followed by a delicious three course luncheon with wine. £37.50 per person. Contact: Penny Graham 01342 824988. Monday 26 February, 19:45

Hassocks Field Society

Adastra Hall, Keymer Road, Hassocks BN6 8QH A talk by Ben Cross - British Alstroemeria and UK Cut Flower Industry. Members £1.50 and Visitors £2.00. Beryl Varley 01273 832351. Tuesday 27 February, 10:00-16:00

Bonhams Valuation Day

Mid Sussex Ramblers - Burgess Hill ‘Green Circle’ and Bedelands Nature Reserve

St Andrews Road open space/play area parking RH15 ONQ A clockwise circuit of the Green Circle path network around the urban fringes of Burgess Hill with a spur into Bedelands Nature Reserve. Pub lunch at The Woolpack. 8.5mi/13.7km Moderate TQ326195. Contact: Peter R 01444 233952 or 07756 784427. Tuesday 27 February, 13:40

Lunchtime Concert

Lancing College, Recital Room, Lancing BN15 ORW Lunchtime Concerts offer a variety of musical delights from current pupils. Each concert lasts about half an hour. Admission to these concerts is free: Tickets can be ordered in advance or obtained from Reception at the College on the day. 01273 465969 Wednesday 28 February, 19:45–22:00

East Grinstead RSPB Local Group Birds Beyond The Boughs

Main Hall, East Court, College Lane, East Grinstead RH19 3LT An illustrated lecture by Simon Ginnaw. Have you ever wished you could understand what birds are saying? Or how our woodland birds all live together in the same community. £5 for guests £4 for group members. Contact: Mark Roberts 01342 843190 Wednesday 28 February, 20:00-22:00

Sussex Bonsai Group—Group Meeting

Wivelsfield Village Hall, Eastern Road, Wivelsfield RH17 7QH This meeting is for Bonsai enthusiasts and beginners. This will be a re-potting demonstration given by Ken Norman. All welcome to attend. Free for first visit.Tea and coffee will be available. Contact: Ray Brunsden 07342 650713.

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