Mid Sussex Voluntary Action has recently moved into The Cherry Tree Centre on Fairfield Road, Burgess Hill.
We would love your input on how we shape the future of the centre.
Please join us on 20th October and meet the High Sheriff of West Sussex and the MSVA team over cake and tea or coffee and tell us your ideas.
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With your heart and your soles, conquer the coals! Face your fears this Halloween and take part in our fantastic firewalk. Enjoy an interactive seminar with Europe’s leading firewalk instructor before taking a daring dash across burning coals. Bring your friends and family to cheer you on and share an evening filled with fun, fire and inspiration. Entry is just £25 per person with a promise to raise £100 or £125 with no fundraising commitment. Group discounts available. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01444 470208.
Adastra Park Tickets via Eventbrite DownsFest is a child friendly music festival promoting a variety of music and entertainment. Headlining ONE STEP BEHIND ‘THE MASTERS OF MADNESS’ Raising funds for St Peter and St James Hospice. Join in the fun at Adastra Park in Hassocks, 16July 2022
15 October Charity Motown / Soul Night Friday 15th October 2021 7.00pm for 7.30pm start St. Wilfred, Church Hall, Station Road, Burgess Hill RH15 9EN Go back in time and have a fun night while supporting your local Hospice with Claude Lovett ‘SOULDIVA’ as seen on Stars in Their Eyes. Tickets £20 (inc. Fish & Chip Supper) Tea, coffee, limited soft drink and alcoholic drinks available for your enjoyment. Tickets available from Geoff Atkins 01444 235516 or 07969 344136.
Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft celebrates an icon of illustration, alongside work for children by his students and contemporaries, featuring: • Never-before-seen drafts of children’s classic The Giant Jam Sandwich • Works by Quentin Blake, Raymond Briggs and Helen Oxenbury • A large-scale interactive installation of The Giant Jam Sandwich! A new exhibition will open at Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft this Spring, to mark 50 years of revered illustrator John Vernon Lord’s life and work in Ditchling. Lord is one of Britain’s most recognised and respected illustrators, owing both to his own practice, and his pioneering contribution to education across almost six decades. Lord has illustrated many classics of English literature including the work of Lewis Carroll, Edward Lear, Aesop’s fables and James Joyce and is regarded as a pillar of the local arts community in Ditchling where he has lived since the 1970s. Also an author in his own right, Lord has written and illustrated a number of children’s books including The Giant Jam Sandwich (1972), which has since become a modern classic