POLEGATE PLODDERS: Would like more folk to join their running/jogging group. Please contact Brian Winn on 07765216990 or email [email protected]

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LOCAL HISTORY: Polegate and Willingdon Local History Society meet today, Friday, when our speaker is Brian Freeland on the Sussex Folk. Doors open at 6.30pm, meeting starts at 7pm. All welcome.

COFFEE MORNING: The coffee morning tomorrow, Saturday, in the lounge at Polegate Community Centre is hosted by the Centre Fundraising. All welcome from 10am to noon.

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WALKS: Tomorrow, Saturday, Over the Hills and Not Too Far, 4 miles with Diana W. Meet at Co-op Albert Parade 10am. Frequent buses 1 and 1A. Hilly. Leader offers refreshments at end of walk. Or, A Different Walk to the Pub, 8 miles with Lucie. Walk starts at East Hoathly village car park 9.45am GR 520161. Public house option, car park is next to the church. On Sunday, Long Man Gallop, 9.5 miles with Tony W. Meet bus 12A, 9.46am to Friston Pond where walk starts at 10am. Dry lunch. On Wednesday, Linear, Gardens at Milton Street, 11 miles with Clare K. Meet bus 125, 9.55am Terminus Road to Glen Close, Wannock where walk starts at 10.15am. Dry lunch. Tithe Barn, Alfriston finish, return via bus 12 to Eastbourne.

TABLE SALE: Tomorrow, Saturday, for Centre fundraising from 9am to 1pm in the hall at Polegate Community Centre. To book a table for £5 contact Pat Payne via Centre office, telephone 482434.

MURDER MYSTERY: A train ride is taking place tomorrow, Saturday, evening at Spa Valley Railway, booking in advance please. Either Tunbridge Wells West Station, Nevill Terrace, Tunbridge. Telephone 01892 537715 or book online from our website www.spavalleyrailway.co.uk

DRAMA GROUP: Quiz Night tomorrow, Saturday, from 7.30pm to 10pm at Polegate Community Centre. Teams of up to six people, £4 per person. Bring your own drinks and snacks. Tea and coffee will be available in the interval. A fundraising event. Book at box office Archer and Partners 483348.

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SUMMER FAIR: Polegate Windmill are holding their Summer Fair on Sunday, on the Platt at the windmill when John Purcell will bring Con Brio again to entertain with a mixture of music during the afternoon. Once again we will need helpers to run stalls and tables. Please contact Patricia Stevens on 734496. Also required cakes for the cake stall and items for the bric-a-brac stall.

GARDEN PARTY: Polegate Gardeners Society Garden Party on Sunday from 1pm to 6pm at Polegate Community Centre. For more info telephone Sheila 483222 or Shirley on 488035.

NEW EVENING WI: A meeting is taking place on Tuesday at 7.30pm at Polegate Community Centre, where a new name and format will be discussed.

STEAM FESTIVAL: Summer Steam Festival at Spa Valley Railway, had interesting exhibits at each station on the line. At Tunbridge Wells there was a model railway on display by one of the local model railway clubs. As well as the shop, cinema and Emily open as usual. Then at High Rocks, the hotel was open. At Groombridge the Weald and Sussex Stationery Engine group from East Grinstead was in steam. The signal box was also open to view. Whilst at Eridge there was a display of classic cars and traction engines, including steam rollers and miniature models on display. Also the barbecue tent and real ale and cider tent. Whilst in the siding at Eridge was Ugly as part of a display with some trucks. Whilst running two trains on the line one had the chance to try out new beers and cider in Kate and enjoy the countryside as well, dodging some of the showers. On Saturday evening there was a fish and chips and real ale and cider evening. On Sunday there was a Land Rover Show. www.spavalleyrrailway.co.uk tel 01892 537715.

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