QUIZ: It’s Quiz Night at Telscombe Civic Centre in aid of cancer research, Friday June 17. Tel. 01273 589777 to book your teams in. £2 per entrant, teams of up to six. Cash Prizes to be won.

FLOWER CLUB: Peacehaven and Telscombe Flower Club meet on the third Wednesday of each month, 2pm for 2.30pm at the Civic Centre. Floral demonstrations.

DANCE CLASS: For pre-school children aged 2 to 4 years every Tuesday at the Civic Centre. £3.50 per session. Contact Anneli Smith via Civic Centre, 01273 589777.

ZUMBA CLASS: Every Tuesday from 7pm to 8pm in the Civic Centre. This is an exhilarating, effective, easy to follow, latin inspired, calorie burning dance fitness party. Just drop in and join the fun. £5 per class or five classes for £20. Contact Alex Murphy 07988 610269.

FITNESS PILATES: Every Monday 9.30am to 10.30am and Thursday 7.30pm to 8.30pm at the Civic Centre. Get fit, tone up, prevent back pain, improve flexibility and posture. Equipment provided, just bring some water. Only £5.50 per class or £36 for eight weeks. Contact Jennie Palmer, 07825 702775.

TELSCOMBE VILLLAGE CLUB: (Sub-com) meets on Monday at 7.30pm. Telscombe Village Club sub-committee meetings are held in the Telscombe Village Club.

FOOTNOTES: I have to admit that I am a technophobe. This is not the excuse of someone too lazy to learn new technology, it has been a life-long problem. When I was an 11 year old, my father was horrified to find me using one of his precious honed chisels as a screw- driver. To a man who had used and understood tools all his life, I was a bitter disappointment. I have to say he got over it, and was sitting in the stalls at my West End debut, finally realising I could do other things. However, I was left with this disjointedness when confronted with any form of machinery. Later this applied to computers, but I managed to overcome this, and although never an expert, I have come to rely on my mobile phone, etc. Which brings me to this weeks mini- drama. I had a very elderly printer attached to my lap top, which, when asked to perform normal printing duties, would behave like a bad-tempered pensioner, screwing up the paper, jamming the paper, leaving huge ink smears over the copies it did reluctantly produce. So, I sallied forth to my local computer supplies to purchase a new printer. The man in charge of the shop, then began to speak in a foreign language, or what seemed to be a foreign language to me, but was in fact computer-speak. I grasped some of it and was assured that the printer I was about to purchase contained a full set of instructions. Once home, with great trepidation, I got the thing out of its box, discarded the enormous amount of packing, found an instruction in English, there was five in all, (one in Serbio- Croat, would you believe). One hour later, it was up and working perfectly. Much to my surprise and relief. I must be getting better as I have got older. Father would be proud.

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