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Personally I have been to classes in oil and water colour painting, clay sil- versmith work, Christmas decorations, fl ower arrang- ing, jam making and sil- versmithing,


to name but


a few. We in Ditchling also bring in interesting speakers to our monthly meetings, which are held on the fi rst Thursday of each month at 2.30-4.30 at the Village Hall. Our November meeting on 3rd November is our AGM, which


gives insight into


how the WI is run and what we have been up to over the past year. December 1st is our Christmas Party which is great fun with a great tea! You are warmly invited to either or both of these meet- ings at no cost. We look forward to seeing you. Con- tact Jean Morley, President, 01273 843633.


New Harmonie comes to Cuckfi eld


With a third grant from The D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust, New Harmonie is able to extend its Sussex quin- tet tour “From Tin Pan Al- ley to Abbey Road – a jour- ney through popular music, 1890s-1960s”. See www.ne- wharmonie.org.uk for details. On Saturday 8th October at 7.30pm, Cuckfi eld Holy Trinity Church will be the venue for the second con- cert in this extended tour. Geoffrey Richardson (clari- net) and Sarah Williams (oboe) will tell the story and they will be joined by Liz Burtenshaw (fl ute), Sue Bellamy (bassoon) and An- nie Barnard (horn) to play the music. The programme recalls in words and music


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the different fashions in popular music over the


years – Vaudeville, ragtime, jazz, swing, dance bands,


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