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Lindfield Arts Festival

Organisers are delighted to introduce the ninth Lindfield Arts Festival taking place 21 – 23 September 2018, a celebration of creativity in all its forms in and around the village. The website will be live shortly, registrations for all activities will be welcomed and announcements relating to the Festival will be prominent.  The Lindfield Arts Festival will promote the creative …

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Leigh Food Festival & Apple Press

A group of local people in and around Leigh in Surrey, Charlotte Kinloch, Robin Worth, Paul Wilkinson, Simon Ames, and Adria Kinloch have got together to organise an apple pressing day and food festival to make use of surplus apples and support local businesses.

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Anyone for tennis?

Crawley Down Tennis Club are holding their annual Open Day on the 30th June. Both adults and children are all welcome to come and have a go for free, whether you have played before or would like to try tennis for the first time. A small and friendly tennis club located in King George V Playing Field, on Sandy Lane, …

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Dame Kelly Holmes Comes To Crawley

Dame Kelly Holmes Comes To Crawley

Double Olympic gold medallist Dame Kelly Holmes visited Nuffield Health Fitness and Wellbeing Gym in Worth and took part in exercise classes today (Tuesday, June 19) following an invitation from a member of the gym. British sporting legend Dame Kelly Holmes who specialised in the 800 and 1500 metres events in a glittering career is most famous for winning a gold medal for both distances …

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Celebrate A Summer Of Snapping At Park Cameras Imaging Festival 2018

Celebrate A Summer Of Snapping At Park Cameras Imaging Festival 2018

For those attending Park Camera’s London store on the June, 23 there will also be the opportunity to get the sensor cleaned on your Canon DSLR for free. For customers wishing to take advantage of the sensor clean opportunity, pre-registration is essential. You can book your slot by visiting:  www.parkcameras.com/imaging-festival and choosing the FREE sensor clean option.

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Step Back In Time To The Golden Era Of Rock ‘N’ Roll

Step Back In Time To The Golden Era Of Rock ‘N’ Roll

This month, step back in time and enjoy classic hits from the 1950s and 1960s! On Saturday, June 16, Berkshire-based band, Lipstick On Your Collar perform at Chequer Mead Theatre in East Grinstead. Fresh from its West End debut at The Leicester Square Theatre, the spectacular show will be playing an array of classic hits from the golden era of …

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Understanding The New GCSE Grading System

Understanding The New GCSE Grading System

Last summer saw the first GCSEs papers in England graded numerically on a scale from 1 to 9. The new system has led to some teachers expressing concern, whilst many parents, grandparents and employers may know little about the changes and what it means for those students sitting exams. Successive politicians in recent years have said that exams were too …

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How To Scrap Your Car

How To Scrap Your Car

If your car has given up the ghost, it is time for a one-way trip to the big car park in the sky – the scrapyard. How do you go about scrapping? The process is simple, but there are guidelines to follow. How Do I Scrap For Cash? In the past, you often had to pay to have your car …

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The Importance Of Pet Classes – Discipline Your Dog

The Importance Of Pet Classes

Despite the old adage, no dog is too old to learn! If you are looking for a training class for your dog you will find groups available for every age and ability, pedigrees, crossbreeds and rescue dogs are all welcomed. The sessions are ideal as they offer you the chance to meet like-minded dog owners. Pet classes can be fun …

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Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em Comes To The Hawth Theatre

Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em Comes To The Hawth Theatre

Oooh, Betty! This month sees everyone’s favourite 1970s TV comedy, Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em come to Crawley’s Hawth Theatre for five nights with much-loved comedian Joe Pasquale starring as the loveable but accident-prone Frank Spencer, Sarah Earnshaw as his put-upon wife Betty and Susie Blake as his disapproving mother-in-law, Mrs Fisher. The most successful TV sitcom of the decade …

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