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Sunday 11 March Hurst Chapel Challenge Hurstpierpoint College Take part in the fi rst abseil open to the public at Hurstpierpoint College and raise vital funds for CLIC Sargent. To register, we require a £10 registration fee and we are asking all participants to raise a minimum sponsorship of £100. For details and to register please call 01273 897384 or email hannah.auer@clicsargent.org.uk.


Sunday 11 March, 13:00-17:00 Reiki Share The Koorana Centre, Street Lane, Ardingly, RH17 6UB Led by Gabrielle Hall, Reiki Master Teacher. For those who have already completed Reiki Level One, Two or Masters, the Reiki share is an enjoyable way to experience Reiki, discover new tools and connect with other Reiki healers. Bookings must be made in advance, as space is limited. £15 (£14 for Koorana Members) to include afternoon tea. Contact on 01444 810295 or kooranacentre@hotmail.com. www.kooranacentre.com


Monday 12 March, 12:00 Festival Fever Raceday Plumpton Racecourse, BN7 3AL First Race 2.30pm. Telephone 01273 890383. www. plumptonracecourse.co.uk


Monday 12 March The Group


A pub near Haywards Heath Club for unattached people, aged 45+. Eating out, walking, arts and music, sport, theatre, travel. Also venues at Brighton, Horsham and Worthing. Not a dating agency. www.thegroup.org.uk. info@ thegroup.org.uk


Tuesday 13 March, 14:30 Lindfi eld Preservation Society King Edward Hall, Lindfi eld An illustrated talk on ‘The Reign of Queen Elizabeth II’ by Timespan. Meeting and membership information from John Chapman, tel. 01444 484470. Entry free.


Tuesday 13 March,19:45 Hurstpierpoint Horticultural Society Village Centre, Trinity Road, Hurstpierpoint


A talk on ‘Trugs’ by Sarah Page who owns and runs the The Truggery at Herstmonceux.


Wednesday 14 March, 20:00 Hassocks Horticultural Society Adastra Hall, Hassocks Talk by Paul Dalby - ‘Dahlias. How to grow them’. All welcome. Members £1, Visitors £2. Includes refreshments. Contact Sylvia Hancock on 01273 844544 or andyhancock844@tiscali.co.uk.


Wednesday 14 March, 20:00 Lindfi eld Horticultural Society King Edward Hall, Lindfi eld A Demonstration of Floral Art by Robert Tunks. Robert is a well-known national judge. The arrangements he produces are raffl ed at the end of the evening. Entry 50p members, £1 visitors. All welcome. www.lindfi eldhorts.org.uk


Wednesday 14 March, 20:00 St George’s Millenium Garden Trust presentation Bowls Pavilion, South Avenue, Hurstpierpoint See page 94 for details.


Wednesday 14 March, 20:00 The Mid-Sussex Franco-British Society Function Suite, Clair Hall, Perrymount Road, Haywards Heath “Quelques anecdotes de la Résistance en Bretagne, 1939-44” with Frances Stenlake, Writer and Brittany resident. Visitor’s fee is £4 per evening. Please contact Mrs. Barbara Stevens on 01444 452385 or email dandbstevens@ btopenworld.com.


Thursday 15 – Saturday 17 March Hay Fever Henfi eld Hall, Henfi eld See page 92 for details.


Thursday 15 March, 19:00 Science Extravaganza Downlands Community School, Dale Avenue, Hassocks, BN6 8LP All Welcome.


Thursday 15 March, 19:30 Haywards Heath Horticultural Society St. Willfrids Centenary Hall, St. Wilfrids Way, Haywards Heath Talk and slide show by Emma Mitchell, Chief Executive of Camelia Botner Foundation.


March


Open days March 19th


- 22nd 10am -12pm


Celebrate the arrival of Spring with our Reception and Nursery children


Tel: 01444 450256


An Independent, Co-Educational Nursery and Preparatory School


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SUSSEX LIVING March 2012


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