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Giants of Steam At Bluebell Railway

What are you doing over the weekend of 11th/12th/13th October? Why not make a date to visit the Bluebell Railway as they play host to some ‘big, friendly giants!’ You can relive the romantic age of steam with its sights, sounds…….and smells! One of the visitors 60009, ‘Union of South Africa’, once hauled trains between London King’s Cross and Edinburgh, …

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The Nomination Time Is Almost Up For Reigate & Banstead Sports Awards

The Nomination Time Is Almost Up For Reigate & Banstead Sports Awards

Has 2018 seen you inspired by a local athlete? Perhaps motivated by a coach? Have you been impressed by a volunteer? Or, are you just simply proud of your club? Now is your chance to give your say in the community. Nominations are open for the Reigate and Banstead Sports Awards 2018, however, the closing date for entries is Sunday, …

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Car Greats From The States To Visit Sussex

Car Greats From The States To Visit Sussex

The popular Horsham Americarna is back at the end of this month on Sunday, September 30 between 10.00am and 4.00pm in Horsham town centre, and this year the event is in aid of St Catherine’s Hospice. Returning for a second year, Americarna is an American-themed show where visitors can expect to see greats from The United States – classic American …

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Abi & Ben’s Rust To Rome Journey For Turners Hill Charity

Abi & Ben’s Rust To Rome Journey For Turners Hill Charity

A driving duo from Sussex have completed a charity drive taking them from Edinburgh to Rome in just nine days. The challenge covering more than 4,500 miles featured some of Europe’s most beautiful sights and saw the pair raise more than £1,300 for Turners Hill-based charity, Sullivan’s Heroes. Abi Quinn and Ben Blackmar from East Grinstead set off from the …

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Reigate School Students Listen To Holocaust Survivor’s Testimony

Reigate School Students Listen To Holocaust Survivor’s Testimony

During the summer term, students at Reigate’s Dunottar School heard a heartfelt testimony from Holocaust survivor Rudi Oppenheimer as part of a visit to the school organised by the Holocaust Educational Trust (HET). Mark Tottman, headmaster at Dunottar School, said: “It is a privilege for us to welcome Rudi Oppenheimer to Dunottar, and his testimony will remain a powerful reminder …

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What’s new for Lindfield Arts Festival 2018

What’s new for Lindfield Arts Festival 2018

It is bigger and better than ever. The 9th Lindfield Arts Festival showcases both new and upcoming local performing and fine artists whilst encouraging the community to celebrate the unique spirit of mid Sussex’s culture. There will be fresh food stalls and plenty of seating in the High Street to watch, listen and meet whilst enjoying performances by local dance …

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Bringing Home The Harvest

Bringing Home The Harvest

Following a long hot and dry summer which has seen crops face a tough time in torrid growing conditions, it is now the time for you to get harvesting! Get outside in the late summer sunshine and bring home the harvest for you and your family! By Jacob White

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Mixed Berry & Gin Jam

Mixed Berry & Gin Jam

Cooking time:20 minutes plus macerating and standing Makes: 3 x 600g jars. Vegetarian | Gluten Free The next day, put a small freezeproof plate in the freezer. Set the berries over a low heat and stir occasionally until the sugar has dissolved. Add the lemon juice, then bring to a vigorous boil. Allow to bubble for 10 minutes, skimming off …

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Surrey Singer Proving To Be ‘El Of A Performer’

Surrey Singer Proving To Be El Of A Performer

Surrey-born singer and music student Ellie Firmo is proving that she is quite a performer as she secures more gigs dates across Surrey and Sussex. Splitting her time between Surrey and Brighton where she is studying, Ellie is sharing her huge passion for music at gigs and live radio appearances locally. After first performing at her primary school’s Christmas concert …

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