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Skate Fest are free events and all ages welcome. DJ Neel will be there with some banging tunes, taking requests and running mixing workshops. This event takes place St John’s Park 29th July 2-4.30pm Victoria Park Haywards Heath 17th August 2-4.30pm

Mud Monsters Run

Over the past 5 years Mud Monsters Run has grown from strength to strength and we have seen thousands of muddy smiles crossing our finish line.

For us the main reason for each of our events is that everyone has fun and enjoys pushing themselves to do something out of their comfort zone.  We are based in the beautiful countryside of West Sussex with amazing natural terrain and a whole variety of natural and manmade obstacles, we currently have 65 obstacles and this increases with every event we do.    
We have just about everything you need for an extra muddy run, woods, rivers, streams, craters, deep muddy bogs and many more muddy surprises along the way.

The Mud Monsters Run is a 5k, 10k or 20k (double lap) challenging run in East Grinstead, just 20 minutes from the M25 J6, through the West Sussex countryside with many muddy obstacles on the way.

Our runs are great value for money and every runner will get a free medal, free photos and loads more!

Don't miss out, sign up now.  For more info go to www.mudmonstersrun.co.uk


Ditchling Museum

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

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