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Hotel, restaurant and wedding venue. Contact Sammie Lister on 01903 815757 or email info@tottingtonmanor.co.uk


Thursday 8 March, 19:30 Blues: The Hamster, with special guest John Otway The Hawth Studio, Crawley Retiring after 25 years together and here for one fi nal show. Box Offi ce: 01293 553636. www.hawth.co.uk


Thursday 8 March, 19:30 Contemporary Music Concert Great School, Lancing College, Jeremy Young, Tutor of Piano at Lancing College, Senior Piano Tutor and Head of Chamber Music at the Royal Northern College of Music, gives a piano recital of 20th and 21st century piano music prior to recitals in Hong Kong and Taiwan. Works by Ligeti, Corrigliano, Philip Grange and Lancing’s own Director of Music, Ian Morgan- Williams. Tickets £8 (concessions £6). Please contact Mrs Beverley Allen, the Music Secretary, on 01273 465968, baa@lancing.org.uk


Thursday 8 March, 19:30-22:30 The Last Carnival Martlets Hall, Burgess Hill Great jaw dropping, hip shaking, guitar rock music from this fantastic band as part of Burgess Hill Fairtrade Festival. Contact Robert Eggleston on bhfairtrade@ virginmedia.com.


Friday 9 March, 11:00-16:00 Pembury House open for National Garden Scheme Pembury House, Ditchling Road, Clayton, Hassocks, BN6 9PH Extra Hellebore Day: Rrefreshments, sale of plants and home made preserves. Plenty of parking on the village green (disabled visitors can drive right up to the house). Tel. 01273 842805. www.pemburyhouse.co.uk


Friday 9 March, 19:30 Gardeners’ Forum Adastra Hall, Hassocks See page 93 for details.


Friday 9 March, 19:30 Martin Carthy & Dave Swarbrick Martlets Hall, Burgess Hill As part of the Burgess Hill Fairtrade Festival these two legends of the folk music industry come to Burgess Hill. Contact Robert Eggleston on bhfairtrade@virginmedia.com or 07947 79 2033.


Friday 9 March, 20:00 Friends of East Grinstead Museum – Speakers Night East Court Mansion, East Court, East Grinstead Dr Yella Martin and Jacquie Pinney will give a talk about `The Blond Mcindoe Research Institute’ based at the Queen Victoria Hospital.


Members free, Non-members £2.50, contact Barbara Gledhill on 01342 317149 or wjgledhill@gmail.com.


Saturday 10 March, 10:00-16:00


Introduction to Patchwork and Sewing The Koorana Centre, Street Lane, Ardingly, RH17 6UB A one-day workshop to show you the basics of patchwork and sewing. If you have a machine then bring it along or the tutor will have one available to work on. You will be able to complete a small project during the day, like a tote bag or cushion. Drinks will be provided, packed lunch required. Contact 01444 810295 or kooranacentre@hotmail.com. www.kooranacentre.com


Saturday 10 March, 11:00-16:00 Mansion Market Kidbrooke Park, Priory Road, Forest Row Many stalls in and around the beautiful 18th century mansion which houses Michael Hall School,. Puppet shows and craft activities for children and an all-day café provide a fun day out for all the family. Free admission and parking.


Saturday 10 March, 14:00-16:00 Annual Spring Bulb Show Ditchling Village Hall See page 92 for details.


Saturday 10 March, 19:00 Come & Sing ‘Messiah’ St Andrew’s Church, Burgess Hill Tickets £10 from Sussex Chorus Ticket Manager on 01444 412579 / 01273 273333.


Saturday 10 March, 19:30- 23:30 Karaoke The Royal British Legion, Woodsland Road, Hassocks Another chance for you to have a sing with Matt and Don. Free entry. Call 01273 845829 for details.


Saturday 10 March, 20:00 Buddy Greco Clair Hall, Haywards Heath An intimate evening of music with his quartet from his Las Vegas days. Contact 01444 455440.


Saturday 10 March, 20:00-23:00 Lady Marmalade Hurstpierpoint Village Centre, Trinity Road The Hurstpierpoint Tennis Club are hosting the Live Band, Lady Marmalade. Dancing to the sounds of the 70’s, 80’s, Motown, Rock and Roll and more.Tickets £15 includes supper. Bar and raffl e. Tickets from Maddy Dunckley at the Ragged Dog, The Street, Albourne (01273 833577) or from Vanillia, High Street, Hurstpierpoint.


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Victoria is a beautiful cat aged around 12 years old. She is looking for a home where there are no other cats or dogs. Due to her long coat, she will require regular grooming, which she really enjoys. She is a sweet natured, calm and gentle cat who would make the ideal companion.


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SUSSEX LIVING 23March 2012


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