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Monday 17, 14:20 Moorcroft Racehorse Welfare Centre Raceday Plumpton Racecourse, Plumpton, East Sussex BN7 3AL Doors open 11.30 www.plumptonracecourse.co.uk


Monday 17, 19:45 East Grinstead Natural History Society St Barnabus Church Hall, Dunnings Road, East Grinstead Talk: Not Ours but Ours to Look after - Les Lockett (Conservator for National Parks). Visitors £2.50 including refreshments. Contact Lesley Berry on 01342 324955 for more details


Monday 17, 20:00-22:00 Keymer Folk Dance Club URC HAll, Keymer Road, Hassocks Ring Brenda on 01273 844437 or just come along; no partner needed.


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Tuesday 18 Open Day Hurstpierpoint College, College Lane, Hurstpierpoint BN6 9JS


Pre-Prep and 11+ Prep School (into Year 7). For further details or to arrange a private family visit, please contact our Admissions team on 01273 836936 or e-mail admissions@ hppc.co.uk


Tuesday 18, 19:45 Wolstonbury WI Club Suite at Hurstpierpoint Village Centre, Hurstpierpoint West Sussex BN6 9UY Strawberries and cream – Mrs Murphy. Competition: tea time tablecloth. For details call Beryl Payne on 01273 841481.


Wednesday 19, 20:00 Balcombe History Society Victory Hall, Balcombe Joan Dutton: The Story of Highley Manor. The present Highley Manor, built late in the reign of Queen Victoria, was home to a family who took full opportunity to live the life of the privileged classes. This lifestyle was only to last for a very short time, until the outbreak of World War II. This illustrated talk will be the story of the people who lived and worked there.


Wednesday 19 – Thursday 20 Gorringes Fine Art & Antiques Auction 15 North Street, Lewes BN7 2PD Tel. 0800 8815684 www.gorringes.co.uk


Wednesday 19 Mid Sussex Philatelic Society Burgess Hill School for Girls, Keymer Road, Burgess Hill Ian Nutley: The Road to Auschwitz, A postal history of the Holocaust. Please contact Jim Etherington on 01273 471897 or email jespeth@hotmail.com


Wednesday 19 – Saturday 22 October The Weald of Sussex Art Club Annual Exhibition Martlets Hall, Burgess Hill. Free Admission. Open Wed-Fri 10am-5pm; Sat 10am-3.45pm. Disabled access available. Pay ‘n Display parking close by.


Wednesday 19, 20:00-22:00 The Mid-Sussex Franco-British Society


Function Suite, Clair Hall, Perrymount Road, Haywards Heath


“Après Waterloo: La France et la Grande Bretagne au 19ème siècle”, Barbara Emerson, Historian, writer and conférencier on British-European history. The main language of the evening is French. Visitors £4 per evening, payable at meetings. For further information, please contact the Secretary, Mrs. Barbara Stevens on 01444 452385.


Thursday 20


Comedy Club Night Clair Hall, Perrymount Road, Haywards Heath, RH16 3DN Call 01444 455440 or book online at www.freedom-leisure.co.uk


Thursday 20 – Saturday 22, 19:45 Henfi eld Theatre Company: The School of Scandal The Henfi eld Hall, Henfi eld, West Sussex, BN5 9DB This play by Richard Brinsley Sheridan is often called the greatest comedy of manners in the English language and is one of the most frequently performed of all the theatre classics. It displays Sheridan’s


October


Open Days Friday 7th and Saturday 8th October 9.30-11.30 am


Educating children to believe in themselves


We are a Christian day and weekly boarding school for boys and girls aged 21


/2 to


13 years, set in 250 acres of grounds near Lindfield


GreatWalstead School


East Mascalls Lane, Lindfield, Haywards Heath, West Sussex RH16 2QL Tel: 01444 483528 Fax: 01444 482122 E-mail: admin@greatwalstead.co.uk


www: greatwalstead.co.uk SUSSEX LIVING 31October 2011


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