Newhaven, Denton & South Heighton

FETE: Tomorrow, Saturday, South Heighton Village Hall’s annual summer fete, featuring EarthQuake, Norcross Dancers, Dodgy Dogs display, Scriven Family Martial Arts, traditional children’s games, raffle, tombola, and many other stalls and attractions. Music provided by Crooked Rooks. Barbecue, beer and Pimm’s tents. 2pm to 5pm at South Heighton recreation ground.

HILLCREST CINEMA: The next film to be shown will be Grand Budapest Hotel, 7.30pm Saturday July 18. Recounting the adventures of Monsieur Gustave H, (Ralph Fiennes) the legendary concierge of the Grand Budapest Hotel in the early 1930s, and orphan immigrant Zero Moustafa, the lobby boy who becomes his most trusted friend. The story involves the theft and recovery of a priceless Renaissance painting and the battle for an enormous family fortune, all against the back-drop of a suddenly and dramatically changing Continent. It is to Zero that Gustave reveals the engine that drives his hotel’s wellbeing: his ready, enthusiastic appetite for servicing the intimate needs of thousands of aristocratic old ladies who come back every year. A sheer delight and another superb example of Wes Anderson’s art.

Cert 15. Tickets £4.50 each, available from Hillcrest Reception during the week, Monday to Friday 9.30am to 4pm. Alternatively email film@hillcrestcentre.co.uk to reserve tickets and pay on the night. Café open from 6.30pm for delicious food. Whether you come in for tickets or order on-line, let us know if you want a meal and if you prefer a meat or vegetarian option, so we can allow for the correct numbers to cater for.

GARDENING SOCIETY: Newhaven Gardening Society will be meeting at 7.30pm on Thursday at Age Concern Day Club, West Quay. The subject of the talk is Walking the South Downs by Meg Heyworth. Non-members welcome.

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