DRIFTWOOD: Marine Drive will be open tomorrow, Saturday, and Sunday from 11am to 5pm as part of Artwave. Wonderful artwork on display ranging from artwork for your garden, paintings, ceramics, beautiful bags and jewellery. You can enjoy tea in vintage china and mouth-watering home-made cakes or even a light lunch can be had. There is also a raffle raising needed funds for MacMillan Cancer Support. For more details 01323 899296 or

LITTLE THEATRE: The theatre in Steyne Road is celebrating 70 years today, Friday, and tomorrow, Saturday, from 11am to 5pm offering visitors the chance to meet the actors, backstage staff and creative team. There will be an exhibition of photographs and memorabilia from past performances. For more information

WORKING DAY: Seaford Station Wildlife Garden volunteers are having a working day on Friday September 25 and are looking for more volunteers to help and enhance the area. They will be clearing and planting so you will need to wear boots for safety and only people of 18 years plus. They are also looking for people who are good at woodwork to make insect, bees, bat and bird boxes. Even if you cannot manage the gardening, donations of bulbs would be greatly received. If you can spare an hour or two and are interested in helping or donating please contact Jenny Thornton, Booking Clerk, Seaford Station.

COUNCIL MEETING: Planning and Highways Committee meeting is being held on Thursday, 7pm at Seaford Town Council, 37 Church Street. Telephone 01323 894870.

FOODSWAP: We are now taking names for our Autumn Foodswap, to be held at The Seven Sisters Public House, Alfriston Road on Saturday October 3, 10am to noon. At this time of year you may have fruit and vegetables growing so quickly that they may spoil if not harvested. Bring them along to our morning and swap them for other items. There is ample car parking and refreshments will be available. For more details and to register to attend: Contact the organisers Adele/Di 01323 492995/897897.

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