What's on

Tuesday 25th September

Six-Week Story Course led by novelist, Julie Corbin & Mel Parks A six-week story writing course led by novelist, Julie Corbin and freelance writer, Mel Parks. They will take you step-by-step through the whole process of writing a story from generating ideas to editing your first draft then sending it out into the world. Email hello@honeyleafwriting.com if you’re interested in this course. The 6 workshops cost £120. Pay online with PayPal: http://www.honeyleafwriting.com/creativewritingworkshops/19:00 - 21:00, The Brambletye Hotel, RH18 5EZ

Thursday 27th September

Becoming a Writer: Weekly Creative Writing Workshops (drop-in) Sept - Nov Thursday mornings 10-12, Forest Row A weekly creative writing drop-in workshop to nurture and encourage your words, whether you’ve been writing for a while or are dipping your pen in ink for the first time in years. All workshops are £20 with discounts for block booking. Email hello@honeyleafwriting.com to book. Workshops are run by Mel Parks, experienced freelance writer, NAWE member, fully insured and DBS checked.10:00-12:00, The Sports Pavilion, Forest Row

Saturday 29th September

Autumn Art Fair Affordable Art & Crafts Fair with demonstrations and workshops. Sponsored by Ashdown Arts. Fair continues on Sunday 30th from midday10.00, Small Village Hall, The Square, Forest Row, RH18 5ES

Sunday 30th September

Fairwarp Harvest Lunch Fairwarp’s Harvest Festival will take place on Sunday 30 September at 10.30am at Christ Church Fairwarp with a family friendly service open to everyone to celebrate harvest time and the world of nature. A Harvest Lunch will follow at the village hall at 12.30pm. Open to all villagers with a ticket. Tickets £7.50 adults and £2.50 children (age 5-12). Tickets available from Caroline Shaw on 01825 712950 or from Alan Hooper on 01892 664471.12.30pm, Fairwarp Village Hall

Sunday 30th September

RSPCA South Godstone Car Boot Sale Buyers: 50p admission charge. Sellers: All vehicles £10.00. Trailers additional £3.00. Pay on entry. No need to book your pitch! Open for set up from 9 am. Gates open to buyers at 10 am. Free parking with disabled parking area. Light refreshments. All unsold items/rubbish must be taken away at the end. Dogs welcome on lead. We accept no responsibility for any loss or damage to any vehicle or personal injury. No Food Sellers or Traders. 10 am - 2 pm , RSPCA South Godstone Animal Centre, Eastbourne Road/A22, South Godstone RH9 8JB

Thursday 4th October

Becoming a Writer: Weekly Creative Writing Workshops (drop-in) Sept - Nov Thursday mornings 10-12, Forest Row A weekly creative writing drop-in workshop to nurture and encourage your words, whether you’ve been writing for a while or are dipping your pen in ink for the first time in years. All workshops are £20 with discounts for block booking. Email hello@honeyleafwriting.com to book. Workshops are run by Mel Parks, experienced freelance writer, NAWE member, fully insured and DBS checked.10:00-12:00, The Sports Pavilion, Forest Row

Saturday 6th October

Beacon Academy Open Day An interactive event open to all prospective students and their families. Proudly guided by our student ambassadors, visitors will be invited to meet teaching and support staff and attend a presentation from our Headteacher, Ms Anna Robinson, members of the Senior Leadership Team, key staff, students and parents.10am, Beacon Academy, North Beeches Road, Crowborough, East Sussex TN6 2AS

Saturday 6th October

WoolOvers sample sale Knitwear sample sale - prices starting at £1010am, The Square, Forest Row

Saturday 6th October

Monthly Story Workshop / HoneyLeaf Writing We will generate story ideas, explore characters and story worlds, sharpen dialogue and look at elements of story structure. Beginners are welcome. Whether you want to write stories in fiction, creative non-fiction, journals or blog posts, this workshop will help you discover and trust your own unique voice. Cost: £20 per workshop with discounts for block booking. Email: hello@honeyleafwriting.com to book a place.10:00-12:00, The Bookshop, East Grinstead

Sunday 7th October

The Big Draw on the Forest The Big Draw on the Forest will take place on Sunday 7th October 2018 10.30am-4.30pm. Come draw, doodle, scribble or sketch on Ashdown Forest. Open to all ages and all abilities in all weathers. All artwork will become part of our community exhibition at The Forest Centre, Wych Cross, East Sussex RH18 5JP. For more information go to www.ashdownforest.org 10.30am, Ashdown Forest Centre

Sunday 7th October

talk on dowsing for health SUNDAY 7th October 2018 Talk and demonstration on Dowsing by Barry Witton how to improve your health Limited spaces £25 10am to 1pm to book call 01903 812134 email: esler.may@gmail.com Venue Forest Lodge Vets Station Rd Forest Row. 10am to 1pm, Forest Lodge Vets station Rd Forest Row

Monday 8th October

Beacon Academy Open Morning Tours A chance to visit Beacon Academy in action on a normal working day. Guided by our Student Ambassadors, visitors are invited to tour the Academy on a school day, and attend a presentation from our Headteacher, Ms Anna Robinson, members of the Senior Leadership Team, key staff and students. Booking is essential.9am, Beacon Academy, North Beeches Road, Crowborough, East Sussex TN6 2AS

Monday 8th October

Sussex Family History Group Medical Misdiagnosis - talk by Allyson Caffyn7.15 for 7.30pm, Bridge Cottage, High St,Uckfield, TN22 1AZ

Thursday 11th October

Groombridge History Group Bob Ogley presents '20th Century Kent' - stories and anecdotes about Kent and its characters from the early flying pioneers, through the two wars and to the Millennium. All are very welcome. Members £1.50 Non-members £2.508 pm, Groombridge Village Hall

Thursday 11th October

Shaken by Earthquake - Igor Stravinsky, The Ballet Russes and the Astonishing 1913 Premiere of the Rite of Spring Arts Society Ashdown Forest's opening lecture of 2018/19 features Sandy Burnett's account of the first night of Serge Diaghilev’s "Rite of Spring" and illustrates how the dancers, costumes and set designers of the Ballet Russes transformed expectations of what a night in the theatre could be. We can expect a fascinating Autumn afternoon followed by refreshments. Members free of charge, guests £6. AGM precedes the lecture.1400, Crowborough Community Centre Pine Grove Crowborough TN6 1FE

Thursday 11th October

Becoming a Writer: Weekly Creative Writing Workshops (drop-in) Sept - Nov Thursday mornings 10-12, Forest Row A weekly creative writing drop-in workshop to nurture and encourage your words, whether you’ve been writing for a while or are dipping your pen in ink for the first time in years. All workshops are £20 with discounts for block booking. Email hello@honeyleafwriting.com to book. Workshops are run by Mel Parks, experienced freelance writer, NAWE member, fully insured and DBS checked.10:00-12:00, The Sports Pavilion, Forest Row

Thursday 11th October

MID SUSSEX ASSOCIATION NATIONAL TRUST Talk: The Arts and Crafts Movement and Its Gardens by Stephen Harmer2 30pm, Clair Hall, Haywards Heath RH16 3DN

Friday 12th October

Weald Of Sussex Art Exhibition Spend some time enjoying the work of local artists at our Annual Art Exhibition. The exhibition is open Friday 12.00-20.00, with a relaxing evening viewing with wine and canapes from 18.00-20.00. We open again Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th from 10.00-17.00. This years charity is the RAF Benevolent Fund.18.00 - 20.00, Adastra Hall, Hassocks, West Sussex

Saturday 13th October

Mansion Market Parking and admission are free to this interesting mixed market in a beautiful, historic setting. Come and see the Autumn colours in gardens laid out by Repton and browse amongst the many stalls offering crafts, local produce and much more. Food served all day in the cafe and taster therapy sessions to cure your ills.11.00am - 4.00pm, Kidbrooke Park, Priory Road, Forest Row

Saturday 13th October

High Hurstwood Bonfire The High Hurstwood Bonfire Society invite you to their annual firework display. This year featuring Bloco Fogo Drumming Band The torch lit procession with children's float, steam engines, music and Bloco Fogo drumming band starts at 7 p.m. sharp at High Hurstwood Church. The fireworks will start at approximately 8pm on the Village Green. We will have a full bar with fantastic local beers and ciders and a BBQ with amazing burgers and hot dogs. There will also be Candy Floss and a Coconut Shy;7PM, High Hurstwood Village

Thursday 18th October

Be your own Barista Hospices of Hope's fun workshop with barista expert Phil Clarke, owner of the Old Fire Station, Crowborough. Phil will demonstrate how to make the perfect coffee. All proceeds raised help Hospices of Hope support hospice care in South East Europe 7.00pm, The Old Fire Station, High Street, Crowborough TN6 2QB

Saturday 20th October

Bowjangles String quartet with a difference - talented classically trained musicians combine dance, song and comedy to provide fast paced entertainment. Five star reviews from Edinburgh Fringe 2018 www.bowjangles.org Tickets for sale at Hartfield Village Shop and Bernie Madden 01892 771410, madden47@hotmail.com £10 adults and £6.50 for 12 and under. Bring Your Own Bottle. Soft drinks and snacks available to buy. Performance hosted by Hartfield Arts & Theatre Society www.HartfieldARTS.wordpress.com6pm - 8pm, Hartfield Village Hall

Saturday 20th October

HoneyLeaf Monthly Poetry Workshop Monthly Poetry Workshop Playing with language, sounds and the rhythm of words, we'll allow poetry to emerge from prompts and exercises. We will write together, share what we've written (if you want to) and listen to each other. Cost: £20 per workshop. Block booking discounts and gift vouchers available. Email hello@honeyleafwriting.com to book.10:00-12:00, The Bookshop, East Grinstead

Saturday 20th October

Uckfield Model Railway exhibition Uckfield Model Railway Club present their 34th MODEL RAILWAY EXHIBITION Uckfield Civic Centre Civic Approach, Uckfield TN22 1AE 20th & 21st October 2018 Sat. & Sun. 10am till 5pm Adults £6 Children FREE* High Quality Layouts, Trade and Demonstration Stands See website for details: www.uckfieldmrc.co.uk A Show for all the Family *Up to two children (aged 5 to 15) will be admitted free if accompanied by an Adult - see website for full details 10.00, Uckfiled Civic Centre

Wednesday 24th October

The Snow Queen The Snow Queen is the perfect children's entertainment for half-term that will charm adults and children alike. Kai and Gerda had been friends for as long as they could remember, Day followed day, Always the same. Until in a whirl of magic and deception, splinters of a magical broken mirror blow in the wind, freezing hearts and changing everything! Mike Kenny has taken Hans Christian Andersen’s story and simplified it into a tale for the young. All tickets £7.50 Performances 11.00am and 2.00pm11.00am, Civic Centre Uckfield

Friday 26th October

Better Health with Homeopathy Talk by Julie Plackett BA(Hons),LCCH, RSHom (Members free, Non members £3) 10.30 - 1pm, Cuckfield Baptist Church, Polelstub Lane, Cuckfield, RH17 5GP

Friday 26th October

Italian Opera Dinner Join us for an evening of sumptuous Italian food and listen to our soprano Thomasin Trezise sing favourite opera arias. Thomasin has appeared in numerous roles at Glyndebourne from Britten to Mozart as well as appearing with other opera companies of note including Opera Brava, Ludo Productions, Garden Opera, Glyndebourne Touring Opera, Music Theatre London and English Pocket Opera. Pre-booking is essential as spaces will be limited. 3 course dinner with a glass of prosecco on arrival £35.50 7.30pm, Civic Centre Uckfield

Thursday 1st November

Beacon Academy Sixth Form Open Evening An interactive tour of our Sixth Form Centre and an opportunity to meet with teaching and support staff, followed by a presentation from Assistant Headteacher, Mr Steve Baker and Heads of Years 12 and 13. For further information, please visit http://www.beacon-academy.org/web/join-us/open-days.php. Call 01892 603 000 or email opendays@beacon-academy.org. 5pm, Beacon Academy Sixth Form Centre, Green Lane, Crowborough, East Sussex TN6 2DY

Saturday 3rd November

A Musical Celebration! East Grinstead Choral Society with our friends Coral Cypsella from St Feliu de Guixols (East Grinstead’s twin town) Mass for Four Voices: William Byrd A Little Jazz Mass: Bob Chilcott also featuring music from Catalonia, Rutter, Oliver! and more! joined by St Mary’s C of E Primary School Choir For further information visit http://www.egcs.co.uk/ or find us on Facebook and Twitter7.00 pm, St Mary the Virgin, Windmill Lane, East Grinstead RH19 2DS

Saturday 3rd November

Monthly Story Workshop / HoneyLeaf Writing We will generate story ideas, explore characters and story worlds, sharpen dialogue and look at elements of story structure. Beginners are welcome. Whether you want to write stories in fiction, creative non-fiction, journals or blog posts, this workshop will help you discover and trust your own unique voice. Cost: £20 per workshop with discounts for block booking. Email: hello@honeyleafwriting.com to book a place.10:00-12:00, The Bookshop, East Grinstead

Thursday 8th November

Not So Gentle? War, Conflict and Henry Moore. Monica Bohm-Duchen will tell Arts Society Ashdown Forest how the group of artists centred on Henry Moore in the 1930s was described as “a nest of gentle artists” but when world events demanded Moore was quick to put his art at the service of harsher realities. She will trace Moore’s oeuvre from his response to the Spanish Civil War through his work as an official war artist & his response to the Holocaust, Cold War & the continued threat of atomic warfare in the 1960s. Members free, Guests £61400, Crowborough Community Centre Pine Grove Crowborough TN6 1FE

Thursday 8th November

Becoming a Writer: Weekly Creative Writing Workshops (drop-in) Sept - Nov Thursday mornings 10-12, Forest Row A weekly creative writing drop-in workshop to nurture and encourage your words, whether you’ve been writing for a while or are dipping your pen in ink for the first time in years. All workshops are £20 with discounts for block booking. Email hello@honeyleafwriting.com to book. Workshops are run by Mel Parks, experienced freelance writer, NAWE member, fully insured and DBS checked.10:00-12:00, The Sports Pavilion, Forest Row

Saturday 10th November

Remembrance Day Concert Uckfield Choral Society, Rocks Park School Uckfield Singers, Uckfield Brass, Soloists. Extracts from The Armed Man, W.W.1 songs etc. Free parking. Supporting The Poppy Appeal. Tickets £10 from Gale & Woolgar ( under 14 free) or pay on the door. Refreshments available in the Interval. 7 pm, Holy Cross Church, Uckfield

Saturday 10th November

Remembrance Day Concert Uckfield (Holy Cross) Choral Society Rocks Park School, The Uckfield Singers Uckfield Brass & Soloists will perform Extracts from The Armed Man, World War 1 songs and other items Supporting The Poppy Appeal Tickets from Gale & Woolgar or pay on the door £10 (under 14 free). Free parking. Refreshments available in the Interval. 7 pm, Holy Cross Church, Uckfield

Saturday 10th November

Armistice Concert Crowborough Choral Society sings Andrew Campling’s Dona Nobis Pacem, In Flanders Fields by Noel Bannister and works by other composers. Andrew Mackenzie-Wicks is the tenor soloist and the concert will be conducted by Mark Beesley as music director, with readings by Radio 2’s John Marsh whom we are very pleased to welcome as narrator. Tickets at £15 are available from Tester & Jones, London Road, Crowborough, www.crowboroughchoral.com or on the door.7.30 pm, St Denys Church, Rotherfield TN6 3FD

Monday 12th November

Sussex Family History Group Lewes Bonfire - talk by Andy Thomas7.15 for 7.30pm, Bridge Cottage, High St,Uckfield, TN22 1AZ

Thursday 15th November

Becoming a Writer: Weekly Creative Writing Workshops (drop-in) Sept - Nov Thursday mornings 10-12, Forest Row A weekly creative writing drop-in workshop to nurture and encourage your words, whether you’ve been writing for a while or are dipping your pen in ink for the first time in years. All workshops are £20 with discounts for block booking. Email hello@honeyleafwriting.com to book. Workshops are run by Mel Parks, experienced freelance writer, NAWE member, fully insured and DBS checked.10:00-12:00, The Sports Pavilion, Forest Row

Thursday 15th November

Becoming a Writer: Weekly Creative Writing Workshops (drop-in) Sept - Nov Thursday mornings 10-12, Forest Row A weekly creative writing drop-in workshop to nurture and encourage your words, whether you’ve been writing for a while or are dipping your pen in ink for the first time in years. All workshops are £20 with discounts for block booking. Email hello@honeyleafwriting.com to book. Workshops are run by Mel Parks, experienced freelance writer, NAWE member, fully insured and DBS checked.10:00-12:00, The Sports Pavilion, Forest Row

Saturday 17th November

RSPCA South Godstone Christmas Fair Festive fun for all the family! Games, stalls, face painting, craft stalls and lots more. Visit Santa and his elves in their special Christmas grotto. Admission to Santa's Grotto: £3.00 per child, gift included. Burgers, home-made cakes and drinks. Free parking. All proceeds directly support the animal centre. 11 am - 4 pm , RSPCA South Godstone Animal Centre, Eastbourne Road/A22, South Godstone RH9 8JB

Saturday 17th November

HoneyLeaf Monthly Poetry Workshop Monthly Poetry Workshop Playing with language, sounds and the rhythm of words, we'll allow poetry to emerge from prompts and exercises. We will write together, share what we've written (if you want to) and listen to each other. Cost: £20 per workshop. Block booking discounts and gift vouchers available. Email hello@honeyleafwriting.com to book.10:00-12:00, The Bookshop, East Grinstead

Sunday 18th November

Ashdown Forest Poultry Club Autumn Show 40th anniversary show of the only poultry club in East Sussex. We expect between 250 and 300 chickens, bantams and ducks all pure breeds, to be judged by 3 top judges. The hall is open to the public from 11am, super refreshments and lots of informative chicken people to talk to, it's a fascinating event..11am - 2.30pm, The Goward Hall, Cade Street TN21 9BU

Thursday 22nd November

Becoming a Writer: Weekly Creative Writing Workshops (drop-in) Sept - Nov Thursday mornings 10-12, Forest Row A weekly creative writing drop-in workshop to nurture and encourage your words, whether you’ve been writing for a while or are dipping your pen in ink for the first time in years. All workshops are £20 with discounts for block booking. Email hello@honeyleafwriting.com to book. Workshops are run by Mel Parks, experienced freelance writer, NAWE member, fully insured and DBS checked.10:00-12:00, The Sports Pavilion, Forest Row

Thursday 29th November

Becoming a Writer: Weekly Creative Writing Workshops (drop-in) Sept - Nov Thursday mornings 10-12, Forest Row A weekly creative writing drop-in workshop to nurture and encourage your words, whether you’ve been writing for a while or are dipping your pen in ink for the first time in years. All workshops are £20 with discounts for block booking. Email hello@honeyleafwriting.com to book. Workshops are run by Mel Parks, experienced freelance writer, NAWE member, fully insured and DBS checked.10:00-12:00, The Sports Pavilion, Forest Row

Saturday 1st December

Monthly Story Workshop / HoneyLeaf Writing We will generate story ideas, explore characters and story worlds, sharpen dialogue and look at elements of story structure. Beginners are welcome. Whether you want to write stories in fiction, creative non-fiction, journals or blog posts, this workshop will help you discover and trust your own unique voice. Cost: £20 per workshop with discounts for block booking. Email: hello@honeyleafwriting.com to book a place.10:00-12:00, The Bookshop, East Grinstead

Monday 3rd December

Ladies Lunch with demonstration by Fig and Flower Hospices of Hope Ladies Lunch at 5 star Alexander House Hotel. Tickets are £32 per person and include an arrival drink, two course luncheon, glass of wine and mince pies. Zuzana Hewer of Fig and Flower will be giving some tips on how to give your home a festive feel. 12.00 noon , Alexander House Hotel and Spa, East Grinstead RH10 4QD

Monday 10th December

Sussex Family History Group Medieval Christmas - talk by Toni Mount7.15 for 7.30pm, Bridge Cottage, High St,Uckfield, TN22 1AZ

Thursday 13th December

Norman Rockwell's Christmas Wish: A light-hearted look at the ideal family Christmas through the work of the popular 20th century American Illustrator. American-born Charles Harris will share with Arts Society Ashdown Forest his own experiences of the ideal American Christmas from sleigh rides and ice-skating in the woods to trimming the tree and wondering how Santa got down the chimney. Join us for some Christmas Spirit – or at least a cuppa and a chat! Members free, Guests £6. 1400, Crowborough Community Centre Pine Grove Crowborough TN6 1FE

Thursday 13th December

Jack and the Beanstalk pantomime Thursday 13 December to Saturday 15 December. The classic tale of Jack and the Beanstalk. A fun and traditional pantomime for all the family featuring singers, dancers, a speciality silk act and a magical Unicorn forest. Special School/Group/family tickets available. Prices start at £5.50. Check out http://www.uckfieldciviccentre.com for full details.2.30pm, Civic Centre Uckfield

Thursday 13th December

(Correct) Jack and the Beanstalk pantomime The Civic Centre Uckfield presents a fun and traditional pantomime for all the family starring Allo Allo’s ‘Mimi Lebonq’ (Sue Hodge) as Fairy Cucumber. Thursday 13 December – Saturday 15 December 2018 Performances: Thursday 2.00pm and 7.00pm, Friday 10.30am and 2.30pm, Saturday 2.30pm and 7.30pm Tickets: Thursday 2pm and Friday 10.30am. All seats £7.50. Schools and Groups of 10+ £5.50. Thursday 7pm, Friday 2.30pm and Saturday Performances £12 and £9 (Family Tickets x 4 – £12 is £40/£9 is £30) Various performances, Civic Centre Uckfield

Thursday 10th January

Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera: The Golden Age of Mexican Painting. Both artists have recently featured in major exhibitions and in this lecture for Arts Society Ashdown Forest Chloe Sayer surveys their work, their turbulent marriage and Mexico's history after the 1910 Revolution. A colourful afternoon awaits. Refreshments afterwards. Members free, Guests £6.1400, Crowborough Community Centre Pine Grove Crowborough TN6 1FE

Thursday 14th February

Wallace Collection, the Frick Collection and their Connection with Knole. Living as close as we do to Knole we will be fascinated to hear Hilary Williams' lecture about its’ connection with the Wallace and Frick Collections. Brighten a winter afternoon with a cuppa and an interesting lecture. Members free, Guests £6. 1400, Crowborough Community Centre Pine Grove Crowborough TN6 1FE

Thursday 14th March

Discovering MacDonald Gill: Artist, Architect & Mapmaker. Caroline Walker became fascinated by the life & work of her great-uncle MacDonald 'Max' Gill (1884-1947). Well-known in his time, he was all but forgotten after his death unlike his brother Eric Gill, the controversial sculptor who was based in Ditchling. Arts Society Ashdown Forest will hear about how interest is growing in Max’s work. Refreshments. Members free, Guests £6.1400, Crowborough Community Centre Pine Grove Crowborough TN6 1FE

Thursday 11th April

Undressing Antiques: A persuasive introduction to buying antiques and integrating and using them in today’s homes. “Antiques Roadshow”'s Mark Hill will explain to Arts Society Ashdown Forest the state of the antiques market and the different meanings of the word “value”. He will look at what current and future generations of collectors are buying, why they are buying it and how they are displaying it. This lecture could make us look at our possessions in a different light. Refreshments. Members free, Guests £6.1400, Crowborough Community Centre Pine Grove Crowborough TN6 1FE

Thursday 9th May

Leonardo da Vinci: The Complete Man of the Renaissance. Guy Rooker, a retired surgeon, will show Arts Society Ashdown Forest how the works of Leonardo da Vinci were informed by his study of anatomy and physiology in order to create convincing images of the human form. He reviews Leonardo’s approach to linear perspective, human proportion, emotion, light and shade together with the fashion in which his scientific investigations influenced his art. Refreshments. Members free, Guests £6. 1400, Crowborough Community Centre Pine Grove Crowborough TN6 1FE

Thursday 13th June

The Benin Bronzes: how were they produced and what is their symbolism and ritual use? Claire Walsh's lecture for Arts Society Ashdown Forest reveals the sophisticated production processes, the symbolism and ritual use of these antique bronze sculptures from this West-African kingdom. She investigates the response of avant-garde artists of the early 20th century who struggled to place them within their category of ‘the primitive’. Be amazed – and take refreshments afterwards. Members free, Guests £6.1400, Crowborough Community Centre Pine Grove Crowborough TN6 1FE

Thursday 11th July

Art UK: Uncovering the Nation's Hidden Paintings. Since 2007 Mary Rose Rivett-Carnac has worked for Art UK. (www.artuk.org) which was set up to catalogue the UK’s national collection of oil paintings. She will tell Arts Society Ashdown Forest how it involved visits to over 3,000 collection locations & photographing 212,000 paintings. She offers an insider’s view of this ambitious and unique project. Come & hear about our rich artistic heritage at our final lecture of our 2018/2019 season. Members free, Guests £6. 1400, Crowborough Community Centre Pine Grove Crowborough TN6 1FE