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PRESERVATION SOCIETY: The society invites you to a guided site visit to The Culver Architectural Project at Bridge Farm in Barcombe. The walk begins at 2pm on Sunday August 2 and we will be meeting at 1.45pm from the car park opposite the farm, the post code being BN8 5BX, map ref TQ433145. Admission s £3.50 to members and £5 to non-members. For more information, please call Toni Whitwell on 01825 87460.

ATTENTION PLEASE: The Carnival Society spectacular bonfire event, which takes place every year on the eve of Remembrance Sunday, is in honour of all that have fallen in defence of their country since 1914, and is very special to the parish. This is a tradition of which the people of the parish of East Hoathly with Halland can be justly proud. The memorable event has become a very popular part of the Sussex bonfire calendar, attended by many other Sussex bonfire societies, however it has now a victim of its own success. As more and more people are attracted to the event, the financial strain in terms of policing and health and safety have become a considerable burden on already limited funds. This year, ever more stringent and demanding regulations have been imposed upon us by the authorities which potentially threaten the viability of the event. In order to continue this village tradition the Carnival Society is making a heartfelt request for help in any way that you can, by either making a small financial contribution to their funds, or by offering your talents or skills in any way that you that you think may be useful. If you feel that you could make a contribution in any way that you can, please contact Chris Reene at chris.reene@virgin.net, or on 07960 882173, or Julia Deene at jaydenconsultants.t21@btinternet.com, Tel 01825 840384.

KING’S HEAD CANTER: On Bank Holiday, August 31, the 18th King’s Head Canter will take place in aid of the Carnival Society. Teams and individuals are invited to enter the race which will start at 11am from The Six Bells in Chiddingly, finishing at the King’s Head. Teams should include three people who live, work or play in the village. Entry forms are available from the Village Stores or from Stuart Mills on 01825 840653, also online at www.kingsheadcanter5k.org.uk.

GARDEN PLOTS: Just a polite reminder that dogs should be kept on leads at all times when walking through the garden plots. Plotters accept that a public right of way crosses the allotments, and most people respect the need to keep dogs under control. However, there have been recent reports of damage caused by uncontrolled animals. The doggie footprints are a bit of a giveaway. A lot of hard work goes into maintaining these plots so your cooperation is very much appreciated. Please note, unsociable behaviour will be noted and acted upon.

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