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LOCAL NEWS Ditchling Players


Since the very successful ‘The Ditchling Story’ in May things have been a bit qui- et with the Players, well at least on the surface. Behind the scenes we have been sorting out things for our autumn production. In No- vember we shall be putting on 2 one-act plays, directed by two of our members who have never directed a play before!! Penelope Bennett and Sarah Trayler, with as- sistance from experienced directors Nan Crofton and Sonia Stock, are producing two comedies: ‘Shop for Charity’ by Charles Mander and ‘The Virtuous Burglar’ by Dario Fo . Penelope’s play takes place in a small charity shop, set in almost any town in England and is amazingly


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topical, exploring, as it does the relationships between the staff and their motives for working in the shop. Where is the charitable sup- port at home for these char- acters as they try to raise funds for the “people in the Third World”? Sarah’s play is more of a farce, being a tale of mis- taken identity, thwarted passion and a web of marital intrigue. A burglar is discov- ered when the owner of the fl at returns unexpectedly with his mistress. When the owner’s wife arrives, the burglar is forced to pretend that the mistress is his wife. A profusion of spouses and lovers appear and the bur- glar,


apparently the only


one not having an affair, is forced into pretending to have multiple wives. Then his own wife arrives!


Rehearsals are well un- der way and we would be pleased to see as many of you in the audience as pos- sible. Dates are Wednesday 9th to Saturday 12th No- vember


at Ditchling Vil-


lage Hall with tickets on sale from 17th October at Clifford Dann, High Street, Ditchling.


Burgess Hill Runners


We are an expanding road running club, open to any- one who wants to run. The ethos of the club is very inclusive and caters for a broad spectrum of abilities. The important thing is that it is varied and fun and mu- tually supportive.


Our Beginners and Im- provers groups meet


every Wednesday evening at 6.30pm at Burgess Hill School for Girls, Keymer Road. There are also two fur- ther groups for more experi- enced runners which meet at 7.30pm. For further de- tails about Burgess Hill Run- ners, please visit our website www.bhrunners.co.uk We are now expanding on our success with our Begin- ners group by starting up a new daytime beginners group. It will be held every Tuesday morning, at Burgess Hill Rugby Club at the end of Poveys Close. It will start at 9.45am, lasting for approxi- mately one hour, which will include warming up and cooling down. The session is intended both for people new to running, or for those who would like to improve. The cost is £2 a session, but your fi rst four sessions are


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