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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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Horsted Keynes’ Friends Of Chernobyl’s Children Garage Sale Trail Returns

On Saturday, September 1, garages, driveways and front gardens across Horsted Keynes will be open for business as part of a village fundraising event for Friends Of Chernobyl’s Children Mid Sussex. The event will see villagers put up for sale bric-a-brac, homemade crafts and home produce in exchange for a donation of £10 to the charity, with all profits made …

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Haywards Heath Rugby Club Scores Big Following Council Funding Deal

Haywards Heath Rugby Club is celebrating an announcement from Mid Sussex District Council that the council will provide funding of £40,000 to the club which will go towards improving the club’s Whitemans Green clubhouse in Cuckfield. Mid Sussex District Council received £40,000 as a one-off payment for the installation of a telephone mast at Whitemans Green. The council passed the …

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Haywards Heath’s Kangaroos Enjoy A Donation Bounce

Haywards Heath-based charity Kangaroos is feeling a donation bounce after house builder Taylor Wimpey’s South Thames region announced that the charity was the first winner of the recently launched donation box scheme at its Greenhill Gardens development. The initiative invites residents, and visitors to the development in Haywards Heath to vote for one of three good causes to receive £250. …

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Town’s Society Focuses On The Future Of Clair Hall

Following a public meeting earlier this year by The Haywards Heath Society, the group has drawn-up a full report. The document includes comments made by residents who answered a questionnaire which the group had organised about the future of the town’s Clair Hall. The public meeting which was attended by more than 100 people was called in response to concerns …

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Haywards Heath’s All American Star-Spangled Street Names

This month, on July 4, Americans at home and abroad will be celebrating Independence Day. To coincide with the day, RH History Uncovered looks at origins of the street names of Haywards Heath which are more Mid West than Mid Sussex. Today, Haywards Heath’s America Lane is a residential road, however, the street and those surrounding it tell a tale …

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Marathon Man Michael

What does it take to be a marathon runner? The gruelling event which is a little more than 26 miles in length and with its origins in Ancient Greece is a daunting one, but for an athletic Sussex resident, the marathon is something to rise to. Michael Hill, 30, works nights in a supermarket but when he checks-out he likes …

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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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Sussex In Watercolour

Sussex In Watercolour

Living in Sussex, Oliver Pyle is an established landscape artist focusing his work on the British Isles. Self-taught, his work is in demand and can be found in collections internationally. In 2016 Medici Cards launched a new collection exclusively featuring Oliver’s work and he writes instructional articles for publications in the UK and the US. Growing up in Mid Sussex, …

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The Baggy Pantry Where There Is Always Room For More

The Baggy Pantry Where There Is Always Room For More

Lois Simpson is a bespoke pastry chef and caterer whose work combines the love and enjoyment of home baking with the presentation and refinement of an artisan bakery. Based in Ardingly, Lois grew up with a rural background and attended Steiner education at Michael Hall in Forest Row. She is creative with an interest in art, textiles and music. However, …

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