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Sunday 18 March Mothering Sunday The Sportsman, Cuckfi eld Road, Goddards Green BN6 9LQ Treat mum to a special lunch. Call 01444 233460. Email eat@thesportsmanpub.com www.thesportsmanpub.com. Find us on Twitter (@ thesportsmanpub) and Facebook.


Sunday 18 March, 12:00-14:30 Mother’s Day Lunch Highley Manor Hotel, Crawley Lane, Balcombe, RH17 6LA Three course Mother’s Day Lunch. £31 per person. Children up to the age of 12 eat for free with an accompanying adult. Enjoy pre-lunch drinks by the roaring log fi re and take in the the total ambience of Highley Manor. Contact Vanessa Maskell on 01444 811711 or email Highleymanor@btconnect.com.


Monday 19 – Thursday 22 March Early Years Open Week Tavistock and Summerhill School, Summerhill Lane, Lindfi eld, Haywards Heath, West Sussex An opportunity to celebrate spring and visit our Early Years Nursery and Reception classes. Call Deborah Charrington, info@tavistockandsummerhill. co.uk, 01444 456748. www. tavistockandsummerhill.co.uk


Monday 19 March – Monday 9 April Easter Sporting Bunny Trail Borde Hill Garden, Borde Hill Lane, Haywards Heath RH16 1XP Olympic themed Easter Bunny Trail for all 3-11 year-olds throughout the holidays. Every child who discovers all of the colourful bunnies hidden around the historic Garden and solves the word or picture puzzle will be rewarded with a delicious chocolate egg. www.bordehill.co.uk


Monday 19 March, 20:00:00 Celebrity Recital Great School, Lancing College, Lancing BN15 0RW Ian Balmain has been the principal trumpet of the Royal Opera House Orchestra for the last 10 years and has previously played with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Ian has also held teaching posts at a number of music colleges and regularly plays on fi lm and TV soundtracks such as ‘Harry Potter’, ‘Gladiator’, ‘Shrek’ and ‘Lord of the Rings’. This recital programme will feature a mixture of styles from Gershwin to Albinoni and Ian will be accompanied by Rachel Long on the piano. Tickets £8


(concessions £6). Please contact Mrs Beverley Allen, the Music Secretary, on 01273 465968 or baa@lancing.org.uk


Monday 19 March, 20:00 Keymer Folk Dance Club URC Hall, Keymer Road, Hassocks Contact Brenda on 01273 844437. Or just come along. No partner needed.


Tuesday 20 March, 8:00-9:00


School Fundraising Donwlands Community School, Dale Avenue, Hassocks, BN6 8LP Bring your old clothes and textiles into the school to help raise funds. www.downlands.w-sussex.sch.uk


Tuesday 20 March, 19:45 Wolstonbury WI Club Suite at Hurstpierpoint Village Centre, Hurstpierpoint Spring Planters and Baskets by Ed Nugent, South Downs Nursery. Competition Key-ring. Contact Jane Biggs on 01273 834421.


Wednesday 21 – Thursday 22 March Fine Art & Antique Auction Gorringes, 15 North Street, Lewes Two-day auction of approx 2,000 lots. To include furniture, paintings, silver, jewellery, watches, books, metalware, ceramics, clock and collectables. Viewing 16th, 17th and 19th March. Contact 01273 472503.


Wednesday 21 March Mid Sussex Philatelic Society Burgess Hill School for Girls, Keymer Road, Burgess Hill ‘Postal History of Madrid’ by Don Terry. For further information contact the Secretary, Jim Etherington, tel: 01273 471897 or email: jespeth@hotmail.com.


Wednesday 21 March, 14:00-17:00 Bridge Afternoon Village Hall, Wivelsfi eld Green Rubber/chicago Bridge. Raffl e and prizes. £30 per table to include a wonderful tea. In aid of St Peter & St James Hospice. £30 per table. Contact John Jefferson on 01444 471324.


Thursday 22 March, 14:30 National Trust Lectures Clair Hall, Haywards Heath ‘The Great Fire of London’ by David Williams. For details regarding Membership and Lecture charges please contact 01444 457648.


Thursday 22 March, 19:30 Hurstpierpoint College Chamber Choir Concert Wivelsfi eld Parish Church


SUSSEX LIVING 27March 2012


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