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Monday 27 – Wednesday 29 February, 19:30 Moscow City Ballet The Hawth Theatre, Hawth Avenue, Crawley, West Sussex RH10 6YZ Giselle (Monday), The Nutcracker (Tuesday) and Swan Lake (Wednesday). Brimming with some of Moscow’s best young dancers, outstanding principals, stunning soloists and a sublime corps de ballet and the dynamic vitality of a live orchestra. Contact Box Offi ce: 01293 553636. www.hawth.co.uk


Monday 27 February, 12:00 Plumpton Racecourse Plumpton, BN7 3AL First race 2.15pm. Join us for an exciting afternoon at one of the UK’s leading small Jumps racecourses. Adult Admission £16 (on the day), £14 (in advance) including a free programme and parking. Senior Concessions (60+) on the day with photo ID: £11 Children under 18: Free.


Tuesday 28 – Wednesday 29 February, 19:30 Crawley Youth Theatre: Chatroom


The Hawth Studio, Hawth Avenue, Crawley, West Sussex RH10 6YZ What happens when social networking becomes anti-social? How do we ensure the safety of our young people and their freedom to express themselves? A Crawley Arts Development event. Box Offi ce: 01293 553636. www.hawth.co.uk


Wednesday, 29 February, 20:00 The Haywards Heath Society Redwood Centre, Clair Hall, Haywards Heath Julia Mawes will talk about her life as a Veterinary Surgeon in Haywards Heath. £2 including refreshments. Contact Eric Bassett on 01444 412812.


Thursday 1 – 18 March Food Collection for Local People in Need Curves Hassocks, 16 Keymer Road, Hassocks The goal is for the community to come together and help people in need. Each year, Curves collectively donate millions of pounds of food. In the past 5 years a total of 54 million kilograms of food has been collected and distributed to local communities all over the world. From March 1st to 18th, Curves Hassocks will collect non-perishable food items for this campaign. When you donate a bag of groceries from 1-18 March, you can join the fi tness club at Curves Hassocks for free. We will waive the cost to join – a saving of £59. We hope women in Hassocks


and the surrounding towns and villages will come together and participate in this initiative. Even if you’re not thinking of joining a gym, you can still drop off your donation. Drop off points are: Curves,16 Keymer Road Hassocks and


Best One/Keymer News, 103 Keymer Road, Keymer.


Thursday 1 March, 17:00-19:00 Book Night and Book Swap Downlands Community School, Dale Avenue, Hassocks, BN6 8LP To celebrate World Book Day. Adults £2, children 4-15 years free. www.downlands.w-sussex.sch.uk


Thursday 1 March, 19:30 National Trust Lectures Clair Hall, Haywards Heath ‘Bishopstone Tidemills & Seven Sisters/Cuckmere Valley’ by Monty Larkin. For further details regarding Membership and Lecture charges please contact 01444 457648.


Friday 2 March Quiz Night Downlands Community School, Dale Avenue, Hassocks, BN6 8LP Teams of up to six. Bring your own food and drink. Entry £3.00 per person. Ring Michelle Budd on 01273 841425 to book a table.


Friday 2 March, 19:30 Easy Listening Jazz Chequer Mead Theatre, De La Warr Road, East Grinstead Roger Hind Quartet presents The Great American Songbook - a show highlighting the hit songs of America’s fi nest 20th century composers. Contact Barbara Gledhill on 01342 317149 or wjgledhill@gmail.com.


Friday 2 March, 19:30 Henfi eld Garden Club Henfi eld Hall John Negus gives a talk entltled ‘Gardening with Flair - associating plants beautifully’. Entry for non- members is £3 per person.


Friday 2 March, 19:30 Majesty! Great School, Lancing College, Lancing, BN15 0RW College singers and student voices. Ceremonial music for voices, brass, organ and percussion to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. A musical banquet to celebrate state occasions past and present. Tickets £8 (concessions £6). Please contact Mrs Beverley Allen, the Music Secretary on 01273 465968 or baa@lancing.org.uk.


Friday 2 March, 19:45-21:30 Friends of Burgess Hill Green Circle Network Cyprus Hall, Burgess Hill Talk by Martin Hall of the


Natural History Museum about Insects that feed on living fl esh. Admission: Members £1, Visitors £2, under 16yrs free. Raffl e and refreshments.


Saturday 3 – Sunday 4 March Antique Furniture Workshop Bankside Farm, Jacobs Post, Ditchling Common, RH15 0SJ Beginners care and minor repairs. £295. Contact John Lloyd on 01444480388. www. johnlloydfi nefurniture.co.uk


Saturday 3 –Sunday 4 March, 10:00-16:00 Reiki Level Two Workshop The Koorana Centre, Street Lane, Ardingly, RH17 6UB Led by Gabrielle Hall, Reiki Master Teacher. Reiki is a powerful method of healing and a wonderful tool for self- development. It can be a helpful way to relax and cope with life’s challenges. This two-day workshop will provide a practical follow-on to the Level One teaching and can be taken a minimum of 3 months after Reiki One. Fee on application (discount for Koorana Members). Advance bookings only. Tel: 01444 810295 or email: kooranacentre@hotmail.com. www.kooranacentre.com


Saturday 3 March International Arena Polo Test Match The All England Jumping Course, Hickstead, RH17 5NN The only arena polo game played at an international level in the UK; the USA are sending a 21 goal American side across the water; formed of Tommy Biddle, John Gobin and Brad Blake, to battle it out in Hickstead’s arena against Team England for the coveted Bryan Morrison Trophy. www.hickstead.co.uk. 01273 834315.


Saturday 3 March, 9:00-12:30 Information Morning Plumpton College, Ditchling Rd, Lewes East Sussex BN7 3AE Discuss courses and get careers advice. Land based courses from schools programmes through to Degree. Apprenticeships. Employer training. Bespoke courses. Free taster courses for those at school. Free 3 day experience courses. Range of part-time courses for professional qualifi cations, as a hobby or for leisure. Free information and advice. T: 01273 890454 e: enquiries@plumpton.ac.uk W: www.plumpton.ac.uk


Saturday 3 March, 9:45-12:30 Worth School Open Day Worth School, Paddockhurst Road, Turners Hill, RH10 4SD


Open Days are a chance to fi nd out more about the Worth ethos, meet the Head Master, monks and teachers and see the campus with a personal student tour guide. Please book early. Call Yvonne Lorraine on 01342 710231 or visit www.worthschool.co.uk.


Saturday 3 March, 10:00 Fairtrade Tea & Coffee Morning Haywards Heath Baptist Church, 9 Sussex Road, Haywards Heath Come along to our Fairtrade Fortnight event and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and homemade cakes. There will be children’s baking and craft activities, a quiz (with Fairtrade goodies to be won), a Traidcraft stall selling Fairtrade products and more. Contact green@haywardsheathbaptist.org. uk or 01444 414505.


Saturday 3 March, 10:00-15:30 Sussex Downs Society Walk St Francis Church Hall, Priory Road, Hassocks Figure of Eight Walk. 5+5 miles via Hammond’s Mill, Hassocks (Pub – Friars Oak), Hurstpierpoint, Clayton. No dogs please. OS Explorer Map 122 / 303163


Saturday 3 March, 11:00-15:00 When Strictly Met Morris Martlets Hall Burgess Hill Burgess Hill Fairtrade Festival presents two fun gala shows featuring professional Latin American dancers, Morris dancing, street dance and original dances from local school children. Tickets: £5 adults £2.50 children (on the door) Contact Robert Eggleston on bhfairtrade@ virginmedia.com or 07947 792033.


Saturday 3 March, 12:00-13:30 Jumble Sale King Edward Hall, Lindfi eld Organised by Haywards Heath Lions Club. Good quality bric- a-brac, books, toys, clothes and linen, plus a tombola and refreshments, including homemade cakes. 50p entry. Donations of jumble will be much appreciated on the day from 9am or for collection call 01444 443570.


Saturday 3 March, 19:30-23:30 Black Gold The Royal British Legion, Woodsland Road, Hassocks New Duo at the club who will be performing some Country Classics and some 60s’ Rock and Roll. Free Entry. Call 01273 845829 for details.


Saturday 3 March, 19:30 The Perido Players Hassocks United Reformed Church, Keymer Road, Hassocks Charity cncert in support of Sussex Air Ambulance and WaterAid. Music from the 30s and 40s together with modern


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