Uckfield news
Uckfield news

COFFEE, CAKES AND CRAFTS: Come and start your Christmas Shopping and support St Wilfrid’s Hospice at the same time. Tomorrow, Saturday, 11am to 4pm. There will be a warm welcome for everyone plus coffee/tea and delicious homemade cakes and scones. Lots of crafts will be available to buy. These will include a range of unique, handmade fabric handbags and cushions, handmade cards for all occasions, individually made Christmas Crackers and gift bags, paintings, beautiful children’s knitwear, handmade and pre-loved jewellery, bird and insect houses/boxes and many small Christmas Gifts. Some craft materials and haberdashery will also be available. 20 percent of all sales plus the donations for coffee/tea and cakes/scones will go to the Hospice. Free entry but donations requested for coffee, tea and cakes, all of which will go to the Hospice.

FASHION SHOW AND SALE: High Street Brands at greatly reduced prices. Sizes 10 to 20. Sussex Horse Rescue Trust is hosting a Charity Fashion Sale at Uckfield Civic Centre from 1.30pm to 4pm tomorrow, Saturday. No ordering, buy on the day, cash or card. This promises to be a fun afternoon. The event begins with a live catwalk show followed by time for shopping. £4 in advance from Sew ’n’ Sew Haberdashery, Bell Walk, Uckfield; £4 in advance by post to Wendy Gundry 23 Southway, Burgess Hill, cheques payable to Sussex Horse Rescue Trust, please enclose a sae; £6 on the door, we are restricted on numbers so cannot guarantee space.

FINE ARTS SOCIETY: Uckfield Decorative and Fine Arts Society next meet on Wednesday October 12, 2pm in Uckfield Civic Centre. The speaker will be Nicole Mezey on The World of Shakespeare. The society always welcomes visitors and new members. For further information please go to www. uckfielddfas.org.uk

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