Local Events Guide

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Weekly Recurring Events

Monday
Flexercise,
Charles Hunt Centre, Vicarage Field, BN27 1BG

6.30pm to 7.30pm FLexercse is a mix of yoga and Pilates type moves with dance and movement to music. It really is a non-competitive class pop along for some fun whilst getting fit. No need to book, £5 per session Contact Margaret Cutting for more details: 01323 769603 / text 0759 2026814.

Tuesday
Healthy Living Club, Hailsham Methodist Church, High Street opposite Grenadier Pub

10.00am to noon with the first hour featuring light ball games, Boccia, Bowls, Kurling,Table Tennis followed by refreshments, and the second hour featuring a guest speaker.

Pulse After School Club, Hailsham Parish Church

An after-school club for under 11’s and their parents between 3.15 and 5pm. With activities such as crafts, games, music and stories, plus tea, coffee and snacks available. Admittance is 50p per child.

Hailsham Parish Church Youth Band

For all secondary school age children who are interested in joining a band, whether they would like to sing or play an instrument. Sessions are every Tuesday evening between 7.30 and 8.45pm during term time.

Royal British Legion, Hailsham

Meet every second Tuesday 7.30pm (except January and August) at the Hailsham Club, Vicarage Field.

For more information contact: Frank Berry 01323 843880 / 07510 283666

Wednesday
Crafts at the Malthouse, Herstmonceux

From 9.30 – 11am and 2 – 4pm each week, join in with the Malthouse Beaders, with companionship, chat and tea & coffee. Everyone is welcome, no fee.

Thursday
Hailsham Health Walk

10.30am meeting by the War Memorial in the High Street.

Free, friendly, regular walking with a group, not too challenging, about an hour, just right for gradually building your fitness.No need to book, just turn up!

Coffee Morning and Book Exchange, Upper Dicker Village Hall

10.40am to 12.00pm Book Exchange / purchase 20p

Friday
Glass at the Malthouse, Herstmonceux

Every second Friday of the month, between 1.30 and 3.30pm, come to our open glass studio to create some of your own warm glass items. £20 fee, including firing charges.

The Bite In Cafe, Hailsham Parish Church

If you’re new to Hailsham, come and make new friends every Friday morning between 9.30am and noon in the lounge at the side of the church. The kettle is also on and tea, coffee and hot chocolate is available, plus cakes and scones.

Saturday
Our Parks at Recreation Ground, Western Road, Hailsham

Group exercise classes for anyone 16+, run by experienced, fully qualified instructors and suitable for a range of abilities, from 9.00 to 10.00am. Meet by the Kids Playground. Anyone interested in taking part will need to simply register at www.ourparks.org.uk and book online prior to attending.

Hailsham Street Market, Hailsham Town Centre.

8.30am to 3pm, with regular stalls selling fruit & vegetables, confectionary, sausages, savouries, jams, cards, clothes.

Everyday until July 25th - Beat the Street East Sussex

Back for a second year with Beat Boxes positioned at various locations around East Sussex, including Hailsham and on the Cuckoo Trail, get out with your team or on your own and start racking up points which could win you prizes including gift vouchers for fitness equipment. Free to enter, pick up maps and cards from Hailsham Library, Hailsham Leisure Centre and Kamsons Pharmacy (Hawkswood). Register your card at www.beatthestreet.me/eastsussex


July

Saturday 14th

Hailsham Farmer’s Market
9.00am to 12:30pm at Hailsham Market, Market Street, BN27 2AG

Fresh and cured meats, delicious cakes by the slice or whole, quality local traceable produce and crafts, new season vegetables and herb plants, individually-designed hand-made cards, garden planters, freshly-laid eggs, honey, chutney, candles, beeswax body lotion. Cuckmere Community Bus. Free parking on-site

Men’s Breakfast
9.00am at Chapter 12, High Street, Hailsham

Pop in for a short talk from a guest speaker, time for a chat and take the opportunity to buy a scrumptious breakfast - £8.50 per head

Hailsham Old Pavilion Society Open Morning
10.00am to noon at Hailsham Pavilion, George Street

The HOPS committee invite you to join them for a chat, with coffee, tea and cakes. See how the town’s only cinema looked before, during, and immediately after renovation. Take a tour behind the scenes, including the projection room. New members, “old members” and possible members all welcome.

Classic Vehicle Show
10.30am to 5pm at Michelham Priory House and Gardens, Upper Dicker

The stunning grounds of Michelham Priory provide a beautiful venue for a display of more than 100 classic cars. Vehicles on display show the evolution of motoring from the early “horseless carriages” to the recent classics. There really is something for everyone.Normal admission applies. Well behaved dogs are permitted for this event but must be kept on a lead at all times and please do not take dogs into the cafe, house or shop.

Early Summer Show Hailsham Horticultural Society
2.00 – 5.00pm at Summerheath Hall, Summerheath Road, Hailsham

A show of some of the finest fruit, vegetables and flowers from Hailsham and the surrounding areas.Admission: 50p. Refreshments and cakes available.

Soundscape
7.00pm – 12.00am at Observatory Science Centre, Herstmonceux

The Brighton Film Quartet' will be playing in one of the Centre’s iconic Domes within the shadow of the Yapp 36-inch reflecting telescope. The performance will be split into 2 halves, during the interval there will be a delicious supper. To round off the event you will have an opportunity to look through the historic telescopes. BOOKING Essential, telephone the centre on 01323 832731 to secure a place- tickets £35.

Bond Night with The Horam Vox Choir
7.00pm to 10.30pm at Hailsham Pavilion, George Street, BN27 1AE

The Horam Vox Choir present a 'Bond Night' with the Choir & Live Musicians performing the greatest 007 Themes followed by a special screening of 'Goldfinger' (PG). All proceeds going to Children With Cancer Fund Polegate. Cocktails and canapés, dress in Bond attire. Tickets £16 available from the Pavilion Box Office 01323 841414.

Sunday 15th

Classic Vehicle Show
10.30am to 5pm at Michelham Priory House and Gardens, Upper Dicker

See Saturday 14th.

Country Music Festival
11.00am to 6.00pm at Wood Farm, Top road, Hooe, TN33 9EA

Featuring Martin Jaye, Crystal Clear and The Chris Dunne Band. Bring your own refreshments and chairs.Tickets £15 or £17.50 on door.Contact. Angela 07917 181015 or Keith 07557 199815.

SPANA World Tea Party
2.00pm to 4.00pm at 86 Wannock Avenue, Eastbourne BN20 9RG

Free entry. SPANA (for the working animals of the world) stall, tombola, healers, books, tea and cake for suggested donation of £5. Parking in Broad Road nearby. Bus 51 to Broad Road School. Enquiries to José 01323 483853

Monday 16th

Vitality Villages Coffee Morning
10am to noon at the Great Space, Herstmonceux Integrative Health Centre, Hailsham Road BN27 4JX

Blind and partially sighted people with mobile information centre vehicle. Everyone welcome

Wednesday 18th

Summer Concert – Vitality Village Singers
7.30pm to 9.30pm at Herstmonceux Health Centre, Hailsham Road, BN27 4JX

Come end enjoy a concert performed by the local Community Choir, followed by tea and cake. Free entry, but donations gratefully received.

Friday 20th

The Adventures of Doctor Doolittle
6.00pm to 8.00pm at Herstmonceux Castle, Wartling Road, BN27 1RN

Gates open at 5.30pm for a performance of Hugh Lofting’s magnificent play, relating what happens when Dr John Dolittle of Puddleby-on-the-Marsh is taught by his wise old parrot Polynesia how to talk to animals.

Suitable for ages 5+ and runs for one hour 40 minutes including a 20-minute interval.

Please bring your own seating, rug, warm clothes, insect repellent(!)& picnic, refreshments available. Tickets from Illyria.co.uk (5% booking fee applies) or 01323 833816: adult £15; child(4-16 years), OAP, Disabled, Student £10; Family ticket (2 adults and 2 children) £40

Bonfire Bingo
7.00pm to 10.00pm at Charles Hunt Centre, Vicarage Field, BN27 1BG

Eyes down at 7.30pm raising fund for Hailsham Bonfire Society.

Saturday 21st

Summer Fair
10.00am to 2.00pm at Charles Hunt Centre, Vicarage Field, BN27 1BG

Hailsham Bonfire Society’s “Crafty Bunch” present craft stalls and gifts / collectable for sale, plus yummy refreshments.

Open Day
11:30am to 2.00pm at Hailsham Foodbank, Sheriff Place, Market Square, BN27 1AG

Pop along and see the new premises for the Hailsham Foodbank, meet some of the staff and find out about the great work our local foodbank does in our community. Why not bring a tin to donate to the foodbank (but please, not baked beans as they already have plenty)?

Sunday 22nd

Great British Tennis Weekend
10.00am to 4.00pm at Recreation Ground, Western Road, Hailsham

Try your hand at tennis – all ages catered for. No need to book, just turn up!

 Hailsham Lions Family Fun Day
11.00am to 3.00pm at Recreation Ground, Western Road, Hailsham

Following the success of last year’s event, Hailsham Lions and Hailsham Active are holding another Family Fun Day this year. As before, it will feature an exciting assortment of stalls, various activities promoting the importance of sports in both physical and mental health,and other popular attractions, including Punch & Judy, Maria Williams’ Fun Dog Show, activities for the children, BBQ and refreshments and a whole lot more. Hailsham FM will provide live music and shout-outs throughout the day.

Admission to the public is free.

1st Hailsham Brownies 70th Year Celebration
Time and venue to be confirmed

1st Hailsham Brownies are 70yrs old this year. If you were a Brownie or Leader, Unit helper, or Young Leader with the unit in the past please contact Brown Owl Janet at janetwhittle1@icloud.com for details of a planned celebration tea.

Tuesday 24th

Herbs Workshops For Women's Health
10.00am to 12.30 pm at Herstmonceux Integrative Health Centre, BN27 4JX

Join Julia Behrens for the final of three workshops, this session will be lots of medicine making, where you will get the chance to make and take home various different ointments and oils for your skin care regimes as well tincture and tea making. £35. To book, email Julia@herbal-consultant.com

Wednesday 25th

Archaeology Day
10.30am to 5.00pm at Michelham Priory House and Gardens, Upper Dicker

Come and be an archaeologist for the day. Suitable for all ages.

Celebrating Summer
11.30am to 1.30pm at EcoHub, New Road, Ambertsone, BN27 2HHU

Join the ROVTE (Rural Outreach Volunteer Training Empowerment) team for a picnic and craft event at the EcoHub, celebrating summer and seeing how those who planted sunflowers and seeds at the open day last month get on, with a prize for 'best in show'. Bring your own picnic; hot drinks and a few sweet treats on offer. ALL AGES WELCOME.

Friday 27th

Chiddfest Chapter 2018
Noon until midnight at Nash Street, Chiddingly, BN27 4DU

Nestled in the heart of the Downs this friendly festival is all about young and old coming together to enjoy a weekend of great music and a warm friendly community having fun.Acts confirmed so far include The Blockheads, Toploader, Natty, The Dualers, The Animals and Friends, Knocksville, and many more.Sunday has a line-up of tribute bands, who are tributes to Lady Gaga, Stereophonics, Foo Fighters, Oasis, Amy Winehouse,and The Rolling Stones. Visit www.chiddfestchapter.co.uk for more details and to book.

Saturday 28th

Hailsham Summer Market
9.00am to 15.00pm Hailsham Town Centre

Arlington & Upper Dicker Produce and Flower Show
2.30pm to 4.00pm at Arlington Village Hall.

Classes for vegetables, fruit, flowers, flower arranging, cookery, children’s classes, craftwork and photos. There will be a visitors’ vote for Best in Show; a quiz and Gardener’s Question Time with Jean Griffin.Tea and cakes served during the afternoon. Prize giving at 4 pm

Chiddfest Chapter 2018
Noon until midnight at Nash Street, Chiddingly, BN27 4DU

See Friday 27th for details.

Sunday 29th

Chiddfest Chapter 2018
Noon until 6.00pm at Nash Street, Chiddingly, BN27 4DU

See Friday 27th for details.

Bluebell Roots
7.00 – 9.30pm at Bates Green Farm, Arlington

Live music with Milton Hide and two invited guests, plus open mic. Free entry,bring your own booze, some great home-cooked food available to buy.


August

Wednesday 1st

The Chemistry Lab All Day Workshop
10.30am to 4.00pm at The Observatory Science Centre, Wartling Road, BN27 1RN

Calling all budding Chemistry Scientists.If you are age between 9 and 11 years then this is a great workshop for you.Why not join us at the Observatory Science Centre and see what happens when you mix chemicals together.... some results are not what you may expect!

Visit www.the-observatory.org/events for more details and to book.

Quiz Night
6.30pm – 11.00pm at Chapter 12, 12 High Street, Hailsham

The monthly quiz night – great prizes, great food, great quiz master (Neil Povey!!), all washed down with a great pint! All for £10 per head… Please book by calling 01323 351898 or reserve a table on Chapter 12 website. These are proving to be quite popular, so book early!

Thursday 2nd

The Chemistry Lab All Day Workshop
10.30am to 4.00pm at The Observatory Science Centre, Wartling Road, BN27 1RN

See Wednesday 1st for details.

Friday 3rd

Wealden Activity Days 2018 (Wealden District Council)
10.00am – 2.00pm at Recreation Ground, Western Road, Hailsham

Community Chef, Arts & Crafts, Sports Tasters; bring your own picnic. Free Entry

Friends of Hailsham FM Social
7.00pm to 10.00pm, venue to be advised

Pop along and meet some of the people behind your local community radio station; find out how to become a member and support us as we broadcast on 95.9FM to Hailsham and the surrounding area.

Sussex Guild Craft Show
10.30am to 5.00pm at Michelham Priory House and Gardens, Upper Dicker

Contemporary crafts from local artists on show and for sale from The Sussex Guild.Selected for their high degree of skill and creativity, Guild members will be showing their excellent and inspiring work in the Elizabethan barn and in marquees on the lawns.Normal admission applies.

Saturday 4th

Sussex Guild Craft Show
10.30am to 5.00pm at Michelham Priory House and Gardens, Upper Dicker

See Friday 3rd

Summer Trifle
Daily events until 19th August at Pickhams, Wilmington, BN26 6RR

Sunday 5th

Sussex Guild Craft Show
10.30am to 5.00pm at Michelham Priory House and Gardens, Upper Dicker

See Friday 3rd

Tuesday7th

Astronaut Academy Workshop (half-day)
10.30am and 2.00pmat The Observatory Science Centre, Wartling Road, BN27 1RN

Perfect summer holiday workshop for any budding Astronauts. Workshops aimed at 6 - 8 year old children investigating the 'little' to 'giant' steps to becoming a space traveller. A great way for children to have fun and learn at the same time. The workshop is fully interactive immersing themselves in activities and investigations.

Visit www.the-observatory.org/events for more details and to book.

Wednesday 8th

Pirate & Princess Day
10.30am to 5.00pm at Michelham Priory House and Gardens, Upper Dicker

Come and be a pirate or princess for the day on this bountiful island! Treasure hunts, games for all ages and much more!

Crime Detectives Workshop (half-day)
10.30am and 2.00pm at The Observatory Science Centre, Wartling Road, BN27 1RN

Oh No! A crime has been committed and we need your help to solve it. Calling on young detectives to use science investigation techniques to discover what happened. For age 6-8 years.

Visit www.the-observatory.org/events for more details and to book.

Thursday 9th

Mechanics & Drives Workshop (half-day)
10.30am and 2.00pm at The Observatory Science Centre, Wartling Road, BN27 1RN

Questions and answers to everything Mechanical - at least, an opportunity discover how mechanical systems work. Why does a bicycles really need so many gears? Come and find out!For age 9-11 years.

Visit www.the-observatory.org/events for more details and to book.

Saturday 11th

NGS Open Garden Butlers Farmhouse
2.00pm to 5.00pm at Butlers Lane Farmhouse, Butlers Lane Herstmonceux BN27 1QH

Home-made teas and cakes. Jazz in the Garden. Lovely rural setting for 1 acre garden surrounding 16th Century farmhouse with views of the South Downs. Mainly herbaceous with rainbow border, small pond and Cornish inspired beach corners Restored to former glory, with a few quirky twists such as a poison garden and secret jungle garden. Irene Willson - 01323 833770 www.butlersfarmhouse.co.uk

Sunday 12th

NGS Open Garden Butlers Farmhouse
11.00am to 2pm at Butlers Lane Farmhouse, Butlers Lane Herstmonceux BN27 1QH

Details as per Saturday 11th

Rude Mechanicals Outdoor Theatre
7.15pm start at Michelham Priory House and Gardens, Upper Dicker

Oberon’s Cure, based on Titania’s accusation in Act Two, Scene 1 of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’Tickets available at www.therudemechanicaltheatre.co.uk

Tuesday14th

Alien Life Workshop(half-day)
10.30am and 2.00pm at The Observatory Science Centre, Wartling Road, BN27 1RN

Do you believe in aliens? Are there really aliens?There are certainly some weird and wonderful creatures right here on planet Earth living in all sorts of strange places that no human could survive.Great opportunity for 6 to 8 year-olds to join in a workshop to explore the possibilities of alien life Earth and beyond.

Visit www.the-observatory.org/events for more details and to book.

Wednesday 15th

Wildlife Wednesday
10.30am to 5pm at Michelham Priory House and Gardens, Upper Dicker

A fantastic day of wildlife activities - all ages can get up close to nature.

Red Planet, Blue Planet Workshop(half-day)
10.30am and 2.00pm at The Observatory Science Centre, Wartling Road, BN27 1RN

What makes our planet look so blue? What makes Mars look so red?

Inviting 6 to 8 year-olds to come and find out about the planets with some amazing activities. Opportunity to design and make a spacecraft to land on the planet Mars.

Visit www.the-observatory.org/events for more details and to book.

Thursday 16th

Moving Electricity Workshop(half-day)
10.30am and 2.00pm at The Observatory Science Centre, Wartling Road, BN27 1RN

Great workshop for 9 to 11 year-olds exploring electricity and magnetism. Opportunity to make some fascinating simple motors and models.

Visit www.the-observatory.org/events for more details and to book.

Friday 17th

Bonfire Bingo
7.00pm to 10.00pm at Charles Hunt Centre, Vicarage Field, BN27 1BG

Eyes down at 7.30pm raising fund for Hailsham Bonfire Society.

Sunday 19th

Women’s Softball Cricket Festival
1.30pm to 5.00pm at Hellingly Cricket Club, Horsebridge Recreation Ground, BN27 4DL

An afternoon of fun and fitness, no equipment or cricket ability required. Contact linda.bowes@sussexcricket.co.uk for more information, or register at ecb.co/womenssoftballcricket

Monday 16th

Vitality Villages Coffee Morning
10am to noon at the Great Space, Herstmonceux Integrative Health Centre, Hailsham Road BN27 4JX

Judith Kinnison-Burke talks about The Unsinkable Molly Brown who was a poorly educated daughter of Irish emigrates, married a man who struck gold in the mines. Everyone welcome.

Tuesday 21st

High Fliers Workshop(half-day)
10.30am and 2.00pm at The Observatory Science Centre, Wartling Road, BN27 1RN

Explore and investigate the amazing world of flight. Fun workshop making and launching a spectacular water rocket. Suitable for 6 to 8 year-olds.

Visit www.the-observatory.org/events for more details and to book.

Wednesday 22nd

Family Games Fest
10.30am to 5pm at Michelham Priory House and Gardens, Upper Dicker

Join us for a great day of traditional fun and games.

Spectacular Light and Colour Workshop(half-day)
10.30am and 2.00pm at The Observatory Science Centre, Wartling Road, BN27 1RN

Be amazed how light and colour can make the everyday world around us spectacular! Explore a unique way of seeing with exciting science equipment. Ideas and concepts that will make young visitors (6 to 8 year-olds) see things in a whole new way!

Visit www.the-observatory.org/events for more details and to book.

Thursday 23rd

K'Nex Construction Workshop (half-day)
10.30am and 2.00pm at The Observatory Science Centre, Wartling Road, BN27 1RN

Opportunity to design and build a model using a K’Nex construction kit. Building tips, games and fun activities. Suitable for 6 to 8 year-olds.

Visit www.the-observatory.org/events for more details and to book.

Saturday 25th

England’s Medieval Festival
10.00am to 6.00pm at Herstmonceux Castle, Wartling Road, BN27 1RN

Step back in time and join the spectacular weekend celebration. England’s Medieval Festival is the largest and most authentic one-of-kind medieval themed festival in the UK. It’s a complete day out, and magical weekend experience for the entire family.

Weekend Camping, Medieval Glamping and B&B room on the grounds. Shuttle Bus from Polegate and Pevensey Westham Train Station to the Castle during the Festival.

By car – Wartling Road, Hailsham, East Sussex BN27 1RN

Dogs welcome on leads.

For information contact info@mgel.com or 020 8150 6767

Medieval Banquet
6.30pm to 10.00pm at Herstmonceux Castle, Wartling Road, BN27 1RN

A Feast fit for a King or Queen! Enjoy the entire day at England’s Medieval Festival and stay for the Medieval Banquet, or come just for the banquet and join in the fun, food, drink and music on the festival grounds after your meal.Four Course Meal including a glass of wine or ale. (vegetarian meal options available). Welcome Reception in the Drawbridge Room with a glass of mead. Music, Dance & Strolling Entertainers during dinner. Cash Bar; Costumes Optional; Groups welcome; Children and Family seating. Advance discount tickets available online at www.EnglandsMedievalFestival.com. For information about the banquet, please contact info@mgel.com or 020 8150 6767

Sunday 26th

England’s Medieval Festival
10.00am to 6.00pm at Herstmonceux Castle, Wartling Road, BN27 1RN

See Saturday 26th for event details

Medieval Banquet
6.30pm to 10.00pm at Herstmonceux Castle, Wartling Road, BN27 1RN

See Saturday 26th for event details

Bluebell Roots
7.00 – 9.30pm at Bates Green Farm, Arlington

Live music with Milton Hide and two invited guests, plus open mic. Free entry,bring your own booze, some great home-cooked food available to buy.

Monday 27th

England’s Medieval Festival
10.00am to 6.00pm at Herstmonceux Castle, Wartling Road, BN27 1RN

See Saturday 26th for event details

Friday 31st

Astronomy Festival 2018
14.30pm to 11.00pmat The Observatory Science Centre, Wartling Road, BN27 1RN

There is a comprehensive programme for 2018 including lectures, trade stalls, observing and family workshops.Visit www.the-observatory.org for more details and to book.


September

Saturday 1st

Astronomy Festival 2018
10.00am to 11.00pm at The Observatory Science Centre, Wartling Road, BN27 1RN

There is a comprehensive programme for 2018 including lectures, trade stalls, observing and family workshops. Visit www.the-observatory.org for more details and to book.

Sunday 2nd

Astronomy Festival 2018
10.00am to 6.00pm at The Observatory Science Centre, Wartling Road, BN27 1RN

There is a comprehensive programme for 2018 including lectures, trade stalls, observing and family workshops. Visit www.the-observatory.org for more details and to book.

Cream Tea in aid of Eastbourne Cats Protection Centre
12 noon – 3pm at the Adoption Centre, Marshfoot Lane, Hailsham

Come have a cream tea in aid of the Eastbourne Cats Protection Centre in Marshfoot Lane, Hailsham. Free entry, and lots of yummy cakes! Mmmmm.....

Wednesday 5th

Quiz Night
6.30pm – 11.00pm at Chapter 12, 12 High Street, Hailsham

The monthly quiz night – great prizes, great food, great quiz master (Neil Povey!!), all washed down with a great pint! All for £10 per head… Please book by calling 01323 351898 or reserve a table on Chapter 12 website. These are proving to be quite popular, so book early!

Saturday 8th

Late Summer Show Hailsham Horticultural Society
2.00 – 5.00pm at Summerheath Hall, Summerheath Road, Hailsham

A show of some of the finest fruit, vegetables and flowers from Hailsham and the surrounding areas.

Medieval Weekend
10.30am to 5pm at Michelham Priory House and Gardens, Upper Dicker

This weekend brings together over 140 re-enactors along with traders, musicians and medieval enthusiasts from across the country. Displays represent history from the 11th century Vikings to the late 15th century medieval period. Visit the living history encampments, try your hand at longbow archery or just sit back and enjoy some medieval music. Displays and hands-on activities for all ages throughout the day. Normal admission applies.

Sunday 9th

Medieval Weekend
10.30am to 5pm at Michelham Priory House and Gardens, Upper Dicker

See Saturday 8th.

Friday 21st

Bonfire Bingo
7.00pm to 10.00pm at Charles Hunt Centre, Vicarage Field, BN27 1BG

Eyes down at 7.30pm raising fund for Hailsham Bonfire Society.

Sunday 30th

Bluebell Roots
7.00 – 9.30pm at Bates Green Farm, Arlington

Live music with Milton Hide and three invited guests, plus open mic. Great food, bring your own booze, free to attend.


October

Friday 12th

Bonfire Bingo
7.00pm to 10.00pm at Charles Hunt Centre, Vicarage Field, BN27 1BG

Eyes down at 7.30pm raising fund for Hailsham Bonfire Society.

Saturday 27th

Hallowe’en Weekend
10.30am to 5pm at Michelham Priory House and Gardens, Upper Dicker

Traditional entertainment with Punch & Judy, crafts, trails and heaps of scary Hallowe’en fun with Crazee Hazzee. Family ghost hunt, 5pm – 8pm. Please pre-book

Sunday 28th

Black Cat Day in aid of Eastbourne Cats Protection Centre
12 noon – 3pm at the Adoption Centre, Marshfoot Lane, Hailsham

Celebrate black cats, and the work of the Cats Protection Centre at our open day. Other colours of cats are also available (and they’d love to meet you!)

Hallowe’en Weekend
10.30am to 5pm at Michelham Priory House and Gardens, Upper Dicker

See Saturday 27th

Bluebell Roots
7.00 – 9.30pm at Bates Green Farm, Arlington

Live music with Milton Hide and three invited guests, plus open mic. Great food, bring your own booze, free to attend.


November

Saturday 10th

Winter Craft & Gift Fair
10.30am to 5pm at Michelham Priory House and Gardens, Upper Dicker

Festive fun with dozens of stalls, decorations and music in this beautiful historic setting

Friday 16th

Bonfire Bingo
7.00pm to 10.00pm at Charles Hunt Centre, Vicarage Field, BN27 1BG

Eyes down at 7.30pm raising fund for Hailsham Bonfire Society.

Sunday 18th

The Drawtones Jazz, Funk & Contemporary Show
7.30pm at Herstmonceux Castle Garden, Wartling Road, BN27 1RN

The Drawtones over the past 2 years have established themselves as fine exponents of authentic Hammond Jazz and Funk. This will form the first half of this concert. For the 2nd half, they will featuer fabulous young vocalist Poppy Rawles to highlight some of their new Contemporary Set. Gardens available from 3.30pm to allow guests to bring their own picnics.

Tickets Adults £15 – Concessions (Over 60’s, Students and Under 16’s) £12 http://www.wegottickets.com/event/437849

Sunday 25th

Christmas Fayre in aid of Eastbourne Cats Protection Centre
12 noon – 3pm at the Adoption Centre, Marshfoot Lane, Hailsham

Start your Christmas shopping early at the centre, with all proceeds going towards your favourite animal charity.

Bluebell Roots
7.00 – 9.30pm at Bates Green Farm, Arlington

Live music with Milton Hide and three invited guests, plus open mic. Great food, bring your own booze, free to attend.


December

Friday 14th

Bonfire Bingo
7.00pm to 10.00pm at Charles Hunt Centre, Vicarage Field, BN27 1BG

Eyes down at 7.30pm raising fund for Hailsham Bonfire Society.

Saturday 15th

Hailsham Christmas Market
9.00am to 15.00pm Hailsham Town Centre