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WOMEN’S WORLD DAY OF PRAYER: Today, Friday, at 10.30am at the Hailsham Gospel Mission, Station Road. Men, women and children all welcome. Refreshments afterwards.

STREAM CLEANUP FOR WATERWEEK: If you would like to get involved in the stream clean up in Hailsham contact charlotestill@btinternet.com today.

FREE TRAINING DAY: Today, Friday, the Conservation Volunteers are recruiting walk leaders for their existing healthy walk in Hailsham. The next health walk leader training day in the area is today, Friday, 9.30am to 4pm in Eastbourne. No previous experience is required, just a friendly nature and the availability to help lead the Hailsham healthy walk on a regular basis. The walk takes place every Thursday morning. To find out more about becoming a health walk leader or to book a place on the training, please contact Paula Hubens, TCV Healthy Walks Project Officer on 07740 899559 or e-mail p.hubens@tcv.org.uk

SPRING TIME BARN DANCE: Tomorrow, Saturday, evening hosted by Hailsham FM and Environment Hailsham with the Spinning Jenny band at Grovelands School Hall, Hailsham, BN27 3UW. Starts at 7pm to 11.30pm. Tickets: £10 pp with kids going free. Available from j-bowdery@sky.com, or phoning 01323 840382 and 07904 866328.

COFFEE MORNING: Tomorrow, Saturday, at 10.30am at the Hailsham Gospel Mission, Station Road.

SCALEXTRIC RACING: Tomorrow, Saturday, dads and their aged 7yrs plus children can go along for slot-car racing. Just turn up at Emmanuel Hall, Hawkswood Road from 7pm to 9pm. Enquiries to Tony on 01323 849023.

AUDIO VISUAL COLOUR SHOW: This evening, Friday, and tomorrow, Saturday, Hailsham Photographic Society’s annual show comes to the Hailsham Civic Community Hall, Vicarage Lane, 7.30pm. Tickets £6 on 01435 863110. Booking advisable.

MOTHERING SUNDAY: The Boship Lions Farm Hotel on the Boship roundabout A22 turnoff is serving a special Mothers’ Day Carvery or afternoon tea from noon to 5.30pm this Sunday. Book ahead to avoid disappointment on 01323 844826.

DEMELZA HALF MARATHON: Could you take part in the Eastbourne or Hastings event to raise funds for Demelza? If so, contact Julie Brett on 07917 603075.

TIME TOGETHER: Go along on Monday at 2.15pm to Hailsham Gospel Mission, Station Road, in church hall through side gate for relaxing fun and games.

TOWN COUNCIL: The Communities Committee meets this Monday at 6pm in the Fleur de Lys meeting room/Council Chamber, Inglenook, Market Sqare. If you are interested in getting involved in events around the town organised by the Town Council, go along. Press and public welcome. There is also a Planning and Development Committee on Tuesday at 7pm, Fleur de Lys meeting room/Council Chamber. Press and public welcome.

ORGAN CLUB: This is on Wednesday at 7.30pm at the Charles Hunt Centre car park. Janet Dowsett will perform a wide range of music superbly played on the Yamaha organ. All welcome.

FARMERS MARKET: This is on Saturday March 12 from 9am to 12.30pm at the Cattle Market site, Market Street. Fresh, local, traceable produce. Free onsite parking and Market Café. Some traders outside, visit the others in the pens this month just to the left as you come on site.

Pick up meats, game, smoked or in pies, honey, eggs, cheese, fudge, seasonal fruit and veg, plants and planters, a wide range of beautiful and unusual greetings cards and other crafts for that unusual gift.

BOOT SALE: Hailsham Lions Club will have a pitch and be raising funds by running the boot sale on Saturday March 12 on the Cattle Market site, set up from 7.30am. Pitch £5. Domestic sellers only please, charities free, no traders, no food vans. Entry 20p to local charity. Free on-site parking for buyers and market café. Book a pitch at 01323 440567 or 07887 910150.

CUCKMERE BUSES: Ever thought of becoming a Cuckmere bus driver. On Saturday March 12 you can give it a go if you come along to the Cattle Market site, between 9am and 12.30pm. Richard will be there with the bus so you can take the bus for a spin around the site and see if becoming a volunteer Cuckmere Bus driver is for you. Bring along your ordinary D1 car driving license to the stand and get any questions you have answered.

UNDERSTANDING DEMENTIA: Bookings now being take for a most interesting talk at Bowes House Care Home, Battle Road from 2.30pm to 4.30pm on Wednesday March 16 with dementia specialist Sally Hemmings who will be covering a number of topics to help you understand what it might be like to live with dementia, as well as offering some practical advice;

Understand what dementia is and how memories are lost, learn about language changes and overcome communication barriers, discover positive approaches to living with dementia.

Get your copy of our Free Dementia Guide, enjoy complementary refreshments, meet other carers and share experiences.

Meet the friendly team and have the opportunity to tour the home. Book please 01323 440188 or via Facebook.

WEALD BRIDGE CLUB: Results for Friday February 26: 1, Graham Medhurst and Bernard Kelly; =2, Charles and Mary Teviot; =2, Sue Cottrell and Richard Hopperton; 4, Mary Kidman and Moya Mann.

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