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Non-members £3.00 including refreshments. Contact 01444 413975 for details.


Friday 16 March St Patrick’s Celebrations The Sportsman, Cuckfi eld Road, Goddards Green BN6 9LQ Live Irish band and Irish themed menu. Tel. 01444 233460. eat@thesportsmanpub.com www.thesportsmanpub.com


Friday 16 March, 19:30 East Grinstead Society Meeting Main Hall, East Court Mansion, East Grinstead, RH19 3LT Joanna Wilkins of the Sussex Archaeological Society will speak on ‘The Secret Life of the Bayeux tapestry’. All welcome. Non members £1.50. Members £1.00. Including refreshments. Contact Joan Roberts on 01342 322648. www.eastgrinsteadsociety.org


Friday 16 March, 19:30-20:30 School Disco Hassocks Hotel, Function Room, Station Approach East, Hassocks A Jack and Jill Playgroup fundraising event. Entry £5. An evening’s entertainment with


refreshments, snacks and a booze raffl e plus 80’s music to dance the night away. Come and join us to support our much loved village playgroup. Contact Claire Lawson 07810 541872 or Emma Weller 07860 137215.


Friday 16 March, 19:30-22:15 Mother’s Day Pamper and Shopping Evening Plumpton Primary School, Plumpton Green Ladies, you are invited to come along, bring your friends and indulge yourselves. The pamper ‘Market Place’ will include a number of local retailers providing you with affordable, yet stylish clothes, handbags, fashion jewellery, make-up, gifts, beauty treatments, style consultancy and health advice. Pamper taster sessions and mini treatments will include facials, Indian head massage, aromatherapy, hot stones massage, manicures and pedicures, Reiki, nutritional therapy. Advance bookings for treatments is advisable. Plus fantastic raffl e prizes.


Saturday 17 – Thursday 29 March ‘Variations’ Art exhibition Hop Gallery, Star Brewery, Castle Ditch Lane, Lewes, BN7 1YJ Sheila and Peter Marlborough’s fi rst joint exhibition at the Hop Gallery, showing different approaches to painting landscape and still life, from the abstract to the atmospheric, combined to make an exciting and colourful exhibition. Tuesday-Saturday 10.30-17.00. Sunday12.00-17.00. Closed Monday. For more info please contact Sheila 01444 246605 spmarlborough@aol.com. www.sheilamarlborough.co.uk


Saturday 17 March, 10:00-14:00 Chelwood Gate and Danehill Village Market Village Hall, Beaconsfi eld Road, Chelwood Gate Tasty offering from local producers including meat, cheese, chutneys, juice, pies and pastries, cakes and vegetables, Plus a selection of handmade cards, knitwear, baby clothes,


jewellers and crafts. Café provides excellent bacon rolls and hot drinks. Tombola. Easy parking.


Saturday 17 March, 10:00-12:30 Food Fair Village Hall, Wivelsfi eld Green Lots of stalls selling local produce. Refreshments. All in aid of St Peter and St James Hospice. Contact Sheila Bould, Wivelsfi eld Hospice Support Group. Tel. 01444 471707.


Saturday 17 March, 10:00-18:00


Rampion Offshore Wind Farm Public Consultation Event Albourne Village Hall, Main Hall, The Street, Hassocks BN6 9DJ E.ON is developing a proposal for an offshore wind farm on a site 13-23km off the Sussex coast, capable of generating electricity for around 450,000 homes each year. Twelve exhibitions will be held in coastal towns and rural areas near the proposed cable route as part of a formal consultation from February to April 2012. See www.eon-uk.com/ rampion for more information. Free.


March


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Closed Mondays except bank holidays


❖ All major credit cards accepted 134 SOUTH ROAD (opposite Victoria Park), HAYWARDS HEATH, WEST SUSSEX RH16 4LT TEL: 01444 473939 SUSSEX LIVING 25March 2012


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