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LOCAL NEWS Ditchling


Horticultural Society


This year will be the 190th year since the founding in 1882 of Ditchling Horticul- tural Society, the oldest Hor- ticultural Society in the UK. As 2012 is such a special year for us, there will be some innovations and a modernity of approach for the three An- nual Shows this year. At the fi rst show of the gardening season, the ‘Bulb Show’ on 10th March, 2-4pm, we will be breaking new ground (ex- cuse the pun!) for all garden enthusiasts from the young- est to the most experienced gardener.


First up, there will be a innovative ‘Seed Exchange’ section. Exchanging seeds is one of the time-honoured


ways in which gardeners share the bounty of their gar- dens and experience with others. Some people have a wealth of plant seeds left over at the end of the season and others can never fi nd a seed to a particular plant, so it’s a match made in heaven. Everyone is welcome to try the Seed Exchange from the novice to experienced seed savers. The Ditchling Horticultural Society this year will ensure a box is placed within the hall, al- lowing seed contributors to browse and help themselves if they wish. Whether you have seeds to trade or a seed wish list that’s gone unful- fi lled, our new addition to the Horticulture Bulb Show will be well worth a look. Seed envelopes should be marked clearly.


Another new feature at the


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shows will be an ‘Advice Ta- ble’ where you can discuss problems with a panel of experts including our Presi- dent, Peter Eastwood, who will give practical, down- to-earth gardening and allot- ment advice for the amateur grower and newcomer to gardening.


Along with our usual schedule for the show we will


also have Muriel’s


Bumper Raffl e and the usual mid-afternoon tea and cakes. We are also introducing a Suggestion Box Scheme which we invite you to con- tribute to with ideas.


Henfi eld Theatre Company


The March production for


The Henfi eld Theatre Com- pany is Hay Fever by Noel


Coward, Hewer.


directed by Jill The Bliss family, consist-


ing of Judith, a retired ac- tress, her husband David, a writer and their two ir- repressible, grown-up chil- dren, all invite a guest for the weekend without telling each other – and chaos en- sues! This well-loved play never loses its impact thanks to Noel Coward’s witty rep- artee and comedic situa- tions, so why not put the dates in your diary and book up for an evening of laughter and comedy.


Performances will take place on 15-17 March at The Henfi eld Hall, 7.45pm and the Box Offi ce at Henfi eld Furnishings (01273 490080) opens on 27 February. Tick- ets are £8/£6 and the produc- tion has been sponsored by Wickwoods Country Club.


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