SPA VALLEY RAILWAY: Offers and info can be found on their website www.spavalleyrailway.co.uk or telephone or telephone 01892 537715. Fireman Sam and friends will be visit Eridge tomorrow, Saturday, whilst in the evening is a Curry Express. High Weald Belle lunch train on Sunday. Booking essential, bookings may be made on line or at Tunbridge Wells West Station in person.

COFFEE MORNING: The coffee morning tomorrow, Saturday, at Polegate Community Centre, is hosted by Polegate Drama Group. All welcome in the lounge from 10am to noon. The next planned play will be Entertaining Agnels by Richard Everett on October 28 to 31. The next Pantomime is Robin Hood and Babes in the Wood.

WALKS: Tomorrow, Saturday, Three Deans, five miles with Heather R. Meet at Greenway blind veterans, Rottingdean 10.20am. Bus 12 at 9.13am Terminus Road stand J. Leader on bus. Or Trailing Slater, nine miles with Doris and Gavin. Meet at Martello Tower, Seaford, 9.45am GR 484984. Public house option. There is a regular bus to Seaford library, which is half a mile from start.

BREAD DAY: Bread Day competitions on Sunday at Polegate Windmill. Bake at home and enter on the day. Entries must be delivered to the mill between 9am and 10am in readiness for the judging by our own Master Baker. Prize giving will be at 4pm. Entry forms from Pat Stevens 734496.

SPONSORED DOG WALK: Will be taking place on Sunday in Ashdown Forest. Contact Val Dunbar on 486814 for the Kit Wilson Trust if you wish to take part,

POLEGATE OAKS: This miniature railway now open to the public on the first and third Sundays each month from 2pm to 5pm at William Daly fields, Brightling Road. Donations to ride.

POLEGATE PLODDERS: Would like more folk to join them running/jogging group please contact Brian Winn on 07765216990 or email brianwinn1@btinternet.com

MEN’S SOCIETY: The society next meet on Monday, when the speaker is Rev C Spinks. All men welcome, at St Johns Church. Tea from 2.30pm, meeting at 3pm. £1 per meeting. Coffee morning on the second Friday each month.

INDOOR BOWLS: Come and play on Tuesdays, Wednesday and Thursday afternoons 1.30pm to 4.30pm at Polegate Community Centre. Call our secretary Tony 760846 for info, or just pop along. It’s for all ages, we meet at Polegate Community Centre.

FRIDAY CRAFT: The group meets every Friday morning at 10am at Polegate Community Centre. We take part in a variety of crafts crafting comes in many guises, including knitting, crochet, card making, jigsaws, quizzing, the list is endless. Come and have fun. Contact Val Liles on 460336 or Shirley Hannam on 488035.

TRINITY DINERS: The next meal is a harvest lunch which will take place on Friday September 18. Fruit juice, roast beef and Yorkshire pudding, or vegetable dahl, roast potatoes and vegetables, Eton mess, tea and coffee. Cost £5.50, doors open at noon for lunch at 12.30pm. To book your place, contact Jennie on 484189.

PAMPER NIGHT: On Friday September 18, organized by Polegate Conservatives, at Polegate Community Centre, at 7.30 pm. Entrance is £5 which includes a glass of wine. Treatments cost £5 for a 15 minute session with all our very popular beauticians. More info from Diane Fenton 484954.

CARPENTER NEEDED: For Polegate Drama Group. Please telephone Jim Dobell on 483082 for more details.

LOCAL HISTORY: Polegate and Willingdon Local History Society next meet on Friday September 18, when our speaker will be giving a talk on Old Inns of Lewes. Doors open at 6.30pm, meeting starts at 7pm.

TALKING MACHINES: Part 2. David Homewood is the speaker for Eastbourne Local History Society meeting on Tuesday evening September 22 at 7 pm. Doors open at 6.30pm at St Saviours and St Peters Church Hall, South Street, Eastbourne. Visitors welcome.

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