Local Events Guide

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MARCH

Thursday 23rd – Saturday 25th
Herstmonceux Village Hall, Hailsham Road, Herstmonceux

THE YOUNG HERSTMONCEUX AMATEUR THEATRICAL SOCIETY PRESENTS THE WIZARD OF OZ

Nightly performances at 7.30pm with a matinee on 25th at 2.30pm. Tickets cost £9 for adults and £6 for children and can be purchased from Stevens & Carter Estate Agents in Hailsham (01323 840444) or Caprice Hair Fashions in Herstmonceux (01323 832117).

Friday 24th, 7pm
The View Hotel, Grand Parade, Eastbourne
MOTHER’S DAY PAMPER & SHOPPING EVENING

Bring your mum and treat yourself too! Entry is £5 each and includes a raffle ticket. There will also be exclusive offers on the night. For more information email jane@bizzybirds.co.uk.

Saturday 25th, 10.30am-3pm
The Woodside Annexe, The Drive, Hellingly
‘HELLINGLY HOSPITAL PAST AND PRESENT’

A photographic exhibition exploring the history of the hospital and its work today.

Sunday 26th, 2pm
Arlington Bluebell Walk and Farm Shop, Tye Hill Road, Arlington
SPRING CELEBRATION

A family adventure through the anemone-sprinkled springtime woods. Make your own family flower book to keep, lie amongst the leaves and listen to the birdsong and songs inspired by spring, weave a honeysuckle and moss birds nest, dye and fill some eggs and enjoy primrose cupcakes and biscuits.The cost is £12 per child aged 3+ and £3 per adult and includes hot drinks and a snack for all. Bring a carrier bag!
BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL – email sarah@cherrywoodkids.co.uk.

Thursday 30th, 7.15pm
Hailsham Pavilion, George Street, Hailsham
MADAME BUTTERFLY

A Royal Opera House production of one of the most popular of all operas distributed by more2screen. Tickets are £15, £12 for concessions and can be purchased from the Pavilion Box Office in person or by calling 01323 841414.

Thursday 30th, 7.30pm
Crockstead Farm Hotel, A22, Halland
AN EVENING OF MEDIUMSHIP & CLAIRVOYANCE WITH MARTIN HOPGOOD

Martin will bring messages of love and validation from loved ones who now reside in spirit. Tickets are £6.50 and can be purchased through PayPal at martin.hopgood@yahoo.co.uk

APRIL

Saturday 1st, 9am-3pm
Charles Hunt Centre, Vicarage Lane
HAILSHAM BONFIRE SOCIETY CRAFT FAIR

Many stalls, face painting, a fun area for children and refreshments. Tables are available for booking at £10 each. Please call Lynn Broderick on 01323 441514 or email hailshambonfire@aol.com.

Saturday 1st, 8am-5pm
Hailsham Cricket Club, Western Road, Hailsham
NATWEST CRICKET FORCE

This is the Club’s chance to prepare the pitch, practice areas and pavilion for the new season with painting, cleaning, putting up new nets and groundwork all taking place. For the event to be a success the club needs as many of its seniors, juniors and families (as well as anyone else in the community) to come and help throughout the day, even if you can only spend an hour. If you have a spare paint brush please bring it with you. A breakfast roll and drinks will be provided.

Saturday 1st, 10am-midday
Chiddingly Village Hall
CHIDDINGLY MARKET

Including a wide variety of stalls and refreshments.

Saturday 1st, 7.30pm
Underground Theatre, Grove Road, Eastbourne
EASTBOURNE’S GOT TALENT 2

Local talented singers, dancers, and a magician are joining together to raise funds for the local branch of Macmillan Cancer Support, helping people living with cancer in Eastbourne & surrounding districts. Compered by impressionist Drew Cameron, the evening includes a candle lit ending when all the entertainers come on stage in the semi dark holding candles and singing “You’ll Never Walk Alone”.
Tickets cost £5 each(the 1st child gets in free) and can be bought on the door, from Eastbourne Tourist Information Centre (Cornfield Road)

Sunday 2nd, 3pm-6pm
Summerheath Hall, Summerheath Road, Hailsham
BIG FAMILY EASTER TEA QUIZ

Come and join Hailsham FM and Environment Hailsham for the Big Family Easter Tea Quiz, with a prize raffle and tea and cake sale.
All the proceeds from the afternoon go towards Hailsham FM, Hailsham’s very own local radio station, and Environment Hailsham who are working to make Hailsham a greener and more pleasant place.
Tickets for adults are £6 each or £3 for children, available in advance by calling 01323 842931

Tuesday 4th, 9.30am-4.30pm
Prospects House, George Street, Hailsham
WALK LEADER TRAINING

Are you interested in assisting on a local walk? Would you like to set up YOUR OWN community walk? Do you have a passion for the outdoors? Attend this FREE course which will cover:

What makes an enjoyable, safe and healthy walk? The health and well-being benefits of walking, Basic route planning and navigation, Managing risk and safety, Group leadership and communication, Access and rights of way.

To book your place call 01273 516032 or email healthylifestyles@sussexcommunity.org.uk.

Tuesday 4th, 10am-2pm
Hailsham East Community Centre, Vega Close, Hailsham
SPRING INTO FUN!

A FREE Easter holiday event full of activities, workshops, and community organisations to showcase what Hailsham has to offer! For more information contact Claire Reynolds or Lucy Brandt on 01273 473422 or email events@ruralsussex.org.uk.

Wednesday 5th, 10am-3pm
Freedom Leisure, Vicarage Lane, Hailsham
EASTER HOLIDAYS DANCE WORKSHOP

A fun day of different styles of dancing for only £35. There are limited spaces so book early by calling 07964 573560 or emailing thesjaanballetacademy@gmail.com.

Thursday 6th, 7pm
Hailsham Pavilion, George Street, Hailsham
TWELFTH NIGHT

A National Theatre Live production of Shakespeare’s classic comedy of mistaken identity starring Tamsin Greig and Doon MacKichan. Tickets cost £15, £10 for concessions and can be purchased from the Pavilion Box Office in person or by calling 01323 841414.

Friday 7th, 7.30pm
Horam Village Hall, A267
CHARITY QUIZ NIGHT

In aid of The Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance. The cost is £6 per head for a team of 4-6 people and this includes food but you’ll need to bring your own drinks. To book call 01435 812898.

Saturday 8th & Sunday 9th, 11am-6pm
Lime Cross Nursery, Herstmonceux
MAGICAL SPRING FAIR

Walk around the spring farm including mini ponies, donkeys, alpacas, rabbits, sheep, lambs, pigs, piglets, dogs, chickens and chicks. The kids (both big and small!) can also enjoya bouncy castle, tractor rides and an Easter Egg Hunt with a giant Easter bunny. You can also take them along woodland trails with magical fauns and princesses (for which you can also buy special picnics in hampers to take with you) and maybe even see magical mermaids on the lake! There’ll also be a seasonal craft market, a bush craft school in the forest and summer bulb-planting classes for children and adults with planters to take home. Fresh flower head dress-making classes will run from 11am, 1pm & 3pm each day too. You’ll also be able to watch and listen to vintage singers and Sussex Falconry will also be on display. Food and drink-wise there’ll be hot cross buns, a sparkling wine stall featuring local winemakers and a pizza and beer shack!

For more details call Lime Cross Nursery on 01323 833229.

Saturday 8th, 9am-12.30pm
Cattle Market Site, Market Street, Hailsham
HAILSHAM FARMERS MARKET

Saturday 8th
Westham Village Hall, Peelings Lane, Westham
THE FRIENDS OF EASTBOURNE ADOPTION CENTRE QUIZ NIGHT

Doors open at 6.30pm for a 7pm start. The cost is £6 per person up to a maximum of 6 people per team and the price includes tea and cake in the break! Please bring your own refreshments and food. Book your place or table now by calling 01323 440101 or 01323 410587.

Saturday 8th, 7pm
The Observatory Science Centre nr.Herstmonceux Castle
THE SCIENCE OF BEER

Do you enjoy beer and curry? This evening combines a talk about the science behind the brewing of beer, a delicious curry and (if the weather is clear) the opportunity to view the skies through the historic telescopes. There’ll be a cash bar on-site too. The cost is £30 per person  but numbers are limited to 80 so book your place ASAP by calling 01323 832731.

Thursday 13th– Wednesday 19th
Bluebell Railway, Sheffield Park nr. East Grinstead

THE FLYING SCOTSMAN

The world’s most famous steam locomotive visits for the Easter Holidays. Tickets to travel in its carriages will cost £35 for adults and £17.50 for children aged 3-15. These tickets will also cover travel on trains hauled by other locomotives during the day (subject to availability).

Friday 14th– Monday 17th, 10.30am-5pm
EASTER AT MICHELHAM PRIORY

Have a go at naming the Michelham Priory chicken – follow the Easter trail around the house and gardens to help you find the answer.

Plenty of craft activities and face painting in the Great Barn as well as entertainment from children’s performer CrazeeHazee on Sunday and Monday.

Sunday 16th, 3pm
Eastbourne Bandstand
EASTER SUNDAY CONCERT

The bandstand’s traditional Easter concert to kick off the entertainment season. The music will be provided by The Eastbourne Silver Band. Entry is free and doors open at 2.30.

Sunday 16th, 11am – 4pm
Hydeaway, Hempstead Lane, Hailsham
Easter Eggstraviganza and Open Day

Bird Aid are holding their Easter Eggstraviganza, with an easter egg hunt, stall, refreshment, a woodland walk and games, and you can meet the residents too! Entry is only 50p.

Friday 21st
Charles Hunt Centre, Vicarage Lane, Hailsham

HAILSHAM BONFIRE SOCIETY MONTHLY BINGO

Doors open at 7pm, eyes down at 7.30. The evening includes a half time tea break and a raffle so go along and have some fun!

Friday 21st, 7.30pm and Saturday 22nd, 2.30pm & 7.30pm
Stone Cross Memorial Hall, Rattle Road, Stone Cross
THE HAVEN PLAYERS PRESENT ‘DEADLY NIGHTCAP’ by Frances Durbridge

Murder and mystery abound in this ingenious play with more than its fair share of blind alleys. A greedy husband plots to kill his wife and make it look like suicide. His plans are thwarted; he, not his wife, ends up dead. But how and by whom?

Tickets cost £9, £7.50 for concessions. To book yours call 01323 767816

Saturday 22nd, 6pm
Herstmonceux Castle
THE GLITTER BALL

Hosted by The Friends Of Herstmonceux School and including live music, a disco, an auction and a raffle. Tickets are £25 each and can be purchased by 27th March. Call Lorena on 07748 145072 or email friends@herstmonceux.e-sussex.sch.uk.

Sunday 23rd, 2pm
Lower Dicker Recreation Ground, A22
CYCLE SPEEDWAY – HELLINGLY LIONS v HETHERSETT HAWKS

The Lions’ first home fixture of the new season.

Friday 28th, 7.30pm
Eastbourne Downs Golf Club, East Dean Road, Eastbourne
PSYCHIC NIGHT

With international medium Ricky Whitemore. Tickets cost £10 in advance or £12 on the door. To book, call Vikki on 07939 935741.

Saturday 29th, 7pm
Raystede Centre for Animal Welfare, The Broyle, Ringmer
RAYSTEDE STARGAZING EVENING

The ‘Seven Sisters Astronomical Society’ will be running this evening. Hopefully the clear skies will allow society members to show you some of the many wonders that are in our beautiful earth. On this date the moon and Jupiter should be visible! Wrap up nice and warm and feel free to bring along your scopes or binoculars with you!

The cost will be will be £20.00 per adult, £10 for children aged between 12-16 and under 12s can go FREE. The event will include a BBQ dinner, and a chance to gaze at the stars through various telescopes provided. There’ll also be a bar and music throughout the evening.

All the money raised from the evening will go towards helping the animals at the centre. Booking is essential for this event.

MAY

Saturday 6th, 10am-midday
Chiddingly Village Hall
CHIDDINGLY MARKET

Including a wide variety of stalls and refreshments.

Sunday 7th, 2pm
Dunn Village Hall, Rushlake Green
MATINEE AT THE MOVIES

Presented by the Warbleton Brass Band and featuring guest soloist, soprano Melodie Hornett. Entry is free, refreshments will be available and there’ll be a raffle and retiring collection.

Sunday 7th, 10am-4pm
The Well Being Centre, Glynleigh Farm, off Hailsham Road/ Ersham Road between Hailsham and Stone Cross
OPEN DAY

 

An opportunity to come and meet the teachers, therapists and practitioners who make up the Well Being Centre team and try a class and/or have a taster treatment. There are also talks and demonstrations as well as delicious, wholesome and healthy refreshments in the Marguee Cafe.

Try a seated acupressure massage, talk to a Wellbeing coach, have a Reiki taster treatment, some Reflexology, a Yasuragi ‘No Hands’ massage or a Shiatsu treatment You can also enjoy a practical Herbal Medicine workshop, a ‘Chance to Trance’ meditative experience, explore the power of crystals in a Crystal workshop, join in one of the Yoga and Qigong taster classes and enjoy a Shamanic Journeying session …….!

Entry is FREE. All workshops, tasters and demos cost £2 per person per session, and all treatments cost £5 each and last 15 minutes.

For more information call 07773 061309 or email glynleighwellbeing@gmail.com.

Friday 12th
Charles Hunt Centre, Vicarage Lane, Hailsham

HAILSHAM BONFIRE SOCIETY’S BATTLE OF THE BRAINS!

Doors open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start. The cost is £6 per head (maximum of 6 per team) and this includes a ploughman’s supper and cake! Bring your own drinks. Taking booking NOW! Book your place ASAP by calling Lynn Broderick on 01323 441514 or emailing hailshambonfire@aol.com.

Saturday 13th, 9am-12.30pm
Cattle Market Site, Market Street, Hailsham
HAILSHAM FARMERS MARKET

Friday 19th
Charles Hunt Centre, Vicarage Lane, Hailsham

HAILSHAM BONFIRE SOCIETY MONTHLY BINGO

Doors open at 7pm, eyes down at 7.30. The evening includes a half time tea break and a raffle so go along and have some fun!

Saturday 20th, 7.30pm
The Saffrons, Compton Place Road, Eastbourne
THE HOSPICE HOEDOWN!

In aid of St. Wilfrid’s Hospice. The live music will be provided by Los Pacaminos, an Americana group from London lead by pop star Paul Young and featuring some of the best musicians in the business. Tickets cost £20 each but include “food and drink a-plenty”!

Saturday 20th
THE SOUTH DOWNS TRAIL CHALLENGE

You are challenged you to run, jog or walk 26.2 miles from Brighton to Eastbourne along the beautiful South Downs Way in a tough trail marathon challenge. It’s in aid of JDRF, a charitable organisation dedicated to funding research into Type 1 diabetes. There is a £37.50 registration fee and you’ll need to raise a minimum of £450. The registration fee includes transport to the start from the finish before the challenge, fitness training notes, a fully marked and mapped route, full support from experienced event leaders/marshals/medics, a hot breakfast buffet, checkpoints along the route with food and drink available, a champagne finish and finishers medal, a JDRF t-shirt or running vest, full fundraising support, a celebratory BBQ for participants/family/friends and discount on personal equipment from The Outdoor Shop, Outdoor hire, Cotswold Outdoor and Nomad Travel Stores.

Saturday 20th, 10am-5pm
Heathfield Community College
BEE FESTIVAL

Organised by The Sussex Beekeepers’ Association. Admission is £1 but parking is FREE. See talks and demonstrations on bees and you can witness (and, maybe,take part in) a bee sale! There’ll be trade stands, an auction, a workshop on making mead, a children’s corner and hot & cold food. Plants and honey will also be on sale.

Saturday 20th& Sunday 21st, 11am-4pm
Herstmonceux Castle
CASTLE CONNECTIONS

An event celebrating all activities connected to the castle. For the usual gate price – £6 per adult, under 16’s £3, under 5’s FREE and £14 for a family ticket – you will have the chance to admire the vintage cars, try your hand at archery, see the birds of prey (maybe have your picture taken with one), watch the Knights sword fight, experience the Living History team, learn how to protect the wildlife in your garden, have a garden tour, see inside the castle courtyard and have a drink in the Headless Drummer bar. If that’s not enough to do, walk some of the 300 acres, bring a picnic and stay for the day. If you don’t fancy making a picnic you can treat yourself in the Chestnut Tea Rooms.

Saturday 20th, 7.30pm
The Observatory Science Centre nr.Herstmonceux Castle
A REASON TO MURDER

Prepare yourself for an evening of sinister happenings at this ‘Museums at Night’ event. Explore the Centre looking for clues and work out who committed murder.

Starting with Prosecco and a delicious buffet supper the scene is set and the fun begins! You will also have an opportunity to look through the telescopes and (perhaps) spot Mars and Jupiter. Places are £30 each, book now to secure your place by calling 01323 832731.

Saturday 27th, 8am-5.15pm
Tottingworth Farm, A265, Broad Oak
THE HEATHFIELD AGRICULTURAL SHOW

A day out in the countryside that will inform, interest and entertain. A proud showcase of the products and produce of our region. Including The Sheep Show (a humorous, educational live stage show about sheep and wool), monster trucks, traditional craft demonstrations, terrier racing, vintage tractors, a farmers market, a flower show, a micro brewery and over 200 trade stands!

Sunday 26th
Willingdon Golf Club
GOLF DAY

1 in 8 men will get prostate cancer at sometime in their life. This event aims to raise much-needed money to fund research into and awareness of the disease.

Teeing off between 11am and 12.30pm, the format will be a Team Stableford – teams of 4 with the best 3 scores on each hole counting. There will also be a 2-course evening meal and an auction of items and memorabilia donated before or during the day with, possibly, our own Dylan Hibbert wielding the gavel!

The cost per team is £160 with a £10 discount per person who is a Willingdon Golf Club member. If you struggle to raise 4 players you may be able to play with others in a similar position.

The cut-off date for entries is Sunday 12th May but early registration is recommended so call Tom Chapman on 01323 842758 and a form will be emailed to you for completion.

JUNE

Saturday 3rd, 10am-midday
Chiddingly Village Hall
CHIDDINGLY MARKET

Including a wide variety of stalls and refreshments.

Friday 9th, times to be confirmed
Hailsham Recreation Ground, Western Road
PROM IN THE PARK

More details to follow

Friday 9th (7.30pm) & Saturday 10th (2pm & 7.30pm)
Hippodrome Theatre, Seaside Road, Eastbourne
GET YOUR SPARKLE ON – A MAGICAL BARBIE TRIBUTE CONCERT

Join Barbie and friends for an all-singing and dancing adventure. Over thirty songs taken from the most love Barbie musicals.All proceeds go to the Starlight children’s foundations. Tickets for children and adults are £13 each, concessions and a family ticket (two adults, two children) is £42, and are available from the Hippodrome box office.

Saturday 10th
THE SOUTH COAST MIGHTY HIKE

Hike 26 miles from Brighton to Eastbourne along the stunning South Downs Way in aid of MacMillan Cancer Support (our own Dylan Hibbert and his wife are among those already registered to take part). There is a £25 registration fee and minimum sponsorship of £250. The registration fee includes a free buffet lunch and hot food at the finish, regular check points with free drinks and snacks, a clearly marked route, medical assistance and a finisher’s medal and bubbly.

Saturday 10th, 9am-12.30pm
Cattle Market Site, Market Street, Hailsham
HAILSHAM FARMERS MARKET

Friday 16th
Charles Hunt Centre, Vicarage Lane, Hailsham

HAILSHAM BONFIRE SOCIETY MONTHLY BINGO

Doors open at 7pm, eyes down at 7.30. The evening includes a half time tea break and a raffle so go along and have some fun!

Saturday 24th, 10am-4pm
ALLOTMENTS OPEN DAY

A significant service facilitated by Hailsham Town Council is the provision of allotments.At present, the Council manages 74 plots on two sites in Hailsham: Battle Road (60 plots) and Station Road / The Common Pond (14 plots). Rental costs per rod are £17 per annum or £30 per annum depending on the size of the plot. A £50 deposit is requested for newly registering plotholders which will be refunded at the time of cessation of allotment tenancy (provided the plot is left in a satisfactory and rentable condition).

The purpose of the Open Day (being held at the Battle Road site, at which there are plots available) is to raise the profile of the allotments and invite the public to look around. Find out the benefits of having an allotment including fresh fruit and vegetables (with fewer, if any, chemicals and zero food miles).

Looking after an allotment is a great way of keeping fit through enjoyable and at the same time productive exercise. Find out about the benefits of composting your green waste. Get involved and enjoy a great community spirit amongst growers through sharing plants and produce, tools and knowledge as well as social meetings.

For more details on the day call Terry Miller on 01323 846844. If you can’t make this date but are interested then call 01323 841702 or email enquiries@hailsham-tc.gov.uk.

Wednesday 28th, 10-11.30am
Prospects House, George Street, Hailsham
DEMENTIA FRIENDS TRAINING

Learn more about the condition and the small ways you can help our community become a dementia-friendly place. To book a place or for more information call 01273 516032 or email healthylifestyles@sussexcommunity.org.uk.

JULY

Saturday 1st, 10am-midday
Chiddingly Village Hall
CHIDDINGLY MARKET

Including a wide variety of stalls and refreshments.

Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd
Eastbourne Sports Park, Cross Levels Way, Eastbourne
EASTBOURNE RELAY FOR LIFE

Will you be a superhero and help the fight against cancer? Eastbourne Relay For Life is a fantastic fundraising event where you and family/friends can sign up a team of people for 24 hours of live entertainment, fun, children’s entertainment, celebrating survivors, remembering those lost and fighting back!

Saturday 8th, 9am-12.30pm
Cattle Market Site, Market Street, Hailsham
HAILSHAM FARMERS MARKET

Friday 14th-Sunday 16th
CHIDDFEST – THE CHIDDINGLY JAZZ, BLUES, ROCK & BEER FESTIVAL

A festival for true music lovers in aid of St. Wilfrid’s Hospice. A large number of acts will play across 2 stages including Peter Hook &The Light (playing the music of New Order and Joy Division), The Christians, Andrew Roachford and many more. There’ll also be an International Battle of the Bands and a Buskers’ Booth. Revellers, including children and dogs, can also enjoy plenty of side stalls and food such as ice cream and a hog roast. They’ll also be able to camp or glamp with hot showers and “posh loos”!

Friday 21st
Charles Hunt Centre, Vicarage Lane, Hailsham

HAILSHAM BONFIRE SOCIETY MONTHLY BINGO

Doors open at 7pm, eyes down at 7.30. The evening includes a half time tea break and a raffle so go along and have some fun!

Sunday 23rd, 11am-4pm
Western Road Recreation Ground, Hailsham
FAMILY FUN DAY

Hosted by Hailsham Lions Club and Hailsham Active to celebrate the centenary of the Lions worldwide.An assortment of attractions, sports activities and games will be geared towards children and adults who like to enjoy themselves, plus a BBQ and refreshments, with music from Hailsham FM. There will also be a selection of stalls to tempt visitors. One of the highlights will be Maria Williams’ Fun Dog Show. Public admission is FREE. For more information email info@hailshamlions.co.uk or phone 0845 833 9828.

Saturday 29th-Sunday 30th
Hampden Park

THE EASTBOURNE INTERNATIONAL HOT AIR BALLOON FESTIVAL

The first-ever event of its kind in this area! Approximately twenty hot air balloons will be coming to the park and will fly at dawn and dusk (weather permitting) on both the Saturday and the Sunday and there will be a night glow show on Saturday night! Saturday will also host helicopters and their pilots, plenty of food and a range of entertainment for all ages including a dog show, a flower show, classic cars and lots more.

 

AUGUST

Saturday 5th, 10am-midday
Chiddingly Village Hall
CHIDDINGLY MARKET

Including a wide variety of stalls and refreshments.

Saturday 12th, 9am-12.30pm
Cattle Market Site, Market Street, Hailsham
HAILSHAM FARMERS MARKET

 

Thursday 17th-Sunday 20th
AIRBOURNE – THE EASTBOURNE INTERNATIONAL AIRSHOW

Another 4 days of spectacular displays and, this year, Airbourne is celebrating its 25th Anniversary! Once again visitors will be able to watch fast jets, historic aircraft and parachutists as well as walking around the military exhibition and enjoying the evening concerts and firework finale. The whole weekend is FREE – just bring a chair and a picnic!

Friday 18th
Charles Hunt Centre, Vicarage Lane, Hailsham

HAILSHAM BONFIRE SOCIETY MONTHLY BINGO

Doors open at 7pm, eyes down at 7.30. The evening includes a half time tea break and a raffle so go along and have some fun!

Saturday 26th-Monday 28th
Broad Farm, Hellingly

HELLINGLY FESTIVAL OF TRANSPORT

The 42nd running of the event.Displays of all sorts of vehicles, Huxley’s Birds Of Prey, the Harris Vintage Funfair, trade stalls, a food court and a beer tent.

 

SEPTEMBER

Saturday 2nd, 10am-midday
Chiddingly Village Hall
CHIDDINGLY MARKET

Including a wide variety of stalls and refreshments.

Saturday 9th, 9am-12.30pm
Cattle Market Site, Market Street, Hailsham
HAILSHAM FARMERS MARKET

 

Thursday 14th-Sunday 24th
THE HAILSHAM FESTIVAL OF ARTS & CULTURE 2017

Details to follow…

Friday 15th
Charles Hunt Centre, Vicarage Lane, Hailsham

HAILSHAM BONFIRE SOCIETY MONTHLY BINGO

Doors open at 7pm, eyes down at 7.30. The evening includes a half time tea break and a raffle so go along and have some fun!

 

OCTOBER

Saturday 7th, 10am-midday
Chiddingly Village Hall
CHIDDINGLY MARKET

Including a wide variety of stalls and refreshments.

Friday 13th
Charles Hunt Centre, Vicarage Lane, Hailsham

HAILSHAM BONFIRE SOCIETY MONTHLY BINGO

Doors open at 7pm, eyes down at 7.30. The evening includes a half time tea break and a raffle so go along and have some fun!

Saturday 14th, 9am-12.30pm
Cattle Market Site, Market Street, Hailsham
HAILSHAM FARMERS MARKET

 

Saturday 21st
HAILSHAM’S BONFIRE CELEBRATIONS

The town’s annual marking of Guy Fawkes Night featuring Hailsham Bonfire Society as well as others from other towns and villages across the county. Including the traditional torchlight procession through the town to the fire site at the bottom of the car park at Hailsham Leisure Centre (where there’ll be a huge firework display) and the service for the fallen at the War Memorial in Vicarage Field.

 

NOVEMBER

Saturday 4th, 10am-midday
Chiddingly Village Hall
CHIDDINGLY MARKET

Including a wide variety of stalls and refreshments.

Saturday 11th, 9am-12.30pm
Cattle Market Site, Market Street, Hailsham
HAILSHAM FARMERS MARKET

 

Friday 17th
Charles Hunt Centre, Vicarage Lane, Hailsham

HAILSHAM BONFIRE SOCIETY MONTHLY BINGO

Doors open at 7pm, eyes down at 7.30. The evening includes a half time tea break and a raffle so go along and have some fun!

 

DECEMBER

Saturday 2nd, 10am-midday
Chiddingly Village Hall
CHIDDINGLY MARKET

Including a wide variety of stalls and refreshments.

Saturday 9th, 9am-12.30pm
Cattle Market Site, Market Street, Hailsham
HAILSHAM FARMERS MARKET

 

Friday 15th
Charles Hunt Centre, Vicarage Lane, Hailsham

HAILSHAM BONFIRE SOCIETY MONTHLY BINGO

Doors open at 7pm, eyes down at 7.30. The evening includes a half time tea break and a raffle so go along and have some fun!