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5 May: Billibiz


Billibiz will be held at the Billingshurst Conference and Community Centre on Friday, 5 May, from 10am – 3pm. The trade show helps small businesses make new connections, meet customers and promote its services. http://billingshurstchamber.co.uk

13 May: Chanctonbury Chorus at Steyning

Chanctonbury Chorus

Chanctonbury Chorus and Orchestra will be performing their popular summer concert at St Andrew and St Cuthman's Church, Steyning, on Saturday 13 May, at 7.30pm. The concert will feature popular soloist soprano Lucy Mair singing Korngold's Four Shakespeare Songs. The Chorus and Orchestra will perform Franz Schubert's Mass in C, Vaughn Williams' In Windsor Forest, Lauridsen's O Magnum Mysterium and Sullivan's The Long Day Closes. Tickets cost £14 from www.chanctonburychorus.org

28 May: Plum Jam in Horsham

Plum Jam

Classic Volkswagens will be chugging into Horsham for Plum Jam on Sunday 28 May, from 10:30am – 3pm. As well as cars including Beetles and Campervans cruising in to town via Henfield, Cowfold and Southwater, there will be live music and award-winning street food on offer. www.plumjam.show


27 - 28 May:Warnham Park Open Garden Day

Warnham Park

Warnham Park hosts a series of Open Garden Days in aid of Bloodwise and St Catherine’s Hospice. The garden, entered at the A24 Robin Hood Roundabout, RH12 3RP, is home to a world-famous herd of red deer. A walled garden, woodland walk and vegetable garden add to the variety of visual delights. The gardens are open on Saturday 27 & Sunday 28 May, and Saturday 10 – Sunday 11 June, from 12-4.30pm. Admission £5, children free. Ploughman’s lunches and cream teas with cakes will be available, together with a raffle and stalls including some home-grown plants for sale.

29 May: Shipley Village Day

Shipley Church

Shipley is holding its Village Day and bi-annual Church Fete on Bank Holiday Monday 29 May from 11am – 4pm.  There will be bacon butties, home-made cakes and refreshments in the Andrew Hall, and around the village there will be more than 20 individual stalls selling, local produce, preserves, crafts, second hand books, up-cycled and re-cycled furniture, handmade ceramics, artwork, glassware and more. There will also be music, a tombola and bottle stall, a Yoga Garden demonstration, children’s games and lambs and calves in petting area. Profits raised are for St Mary the Virgin Church.

2 June: Shipley Arts Festival

Shipley Arts Group

The Shipley Arts Festival continues at The Blue Idol Quaker Meeting House, Oldhouse Lane, Coolham, on Friday 2 June, at 7.30pm. Enjoy an evening of company with festival musicians followed by a performance of Olivier Messiaen’s ‘Quartet for the End of Time’. Tickets: £24. Call the Box Office on 01403 741685 or visit www.BMGLive.com

3 June: Victoria Eisermann Wing Walk

Victoria Eisermann

Victoria Eisermann, the co-founder of dog rescue charity K-9 Angels, will be wing-walking on 3 June to raise money for a Spay and Neuter Campaign. Victoria, who lives in Billingshurst, enjoys a career in modelling and TV commercials before she took on the challenge of rescuing and re-homing abused and unwanted dogs. Already, she has cycled 500 miles and climbed Kilimanjaro for good causes. Victoria said: ““I am absolutely petrified. However, I just keep thinking about the dogs we can save.” Victoria will be taking off on her wing walk at Damyns Hall Aerodrome, Upminster. To donate, please enter Victoria Eisermann in this link: http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/giving/

3 Jun: Horsham Fake Festival

Horsham Fake Festival

Horsham Fake Festival, a huge success in 2016, returns to The Holbrook Club, North Heath Lane, Horsham, on Saturday 3 June. Three top ‘fake’ bands play the music of Coldplay, The Killers and Kings of Leon, perform along with five of the best local acts in a giant marquee from 12.30 – 11pm. The Fake Festival is a family event, with children's inflatables, food stalls and outside bar available to the public. Early bird tickets are on sale until 3 May. https://www.fakefestivals.co.uk/2017/Horsham.html


3-4 June: Floral Fringe Fair

Floral Fringe Fair

The Floral Fringe Fair will be held at Knepp Castle, Shipley, RH13 8LJ on the weekend of 3 – 4 June, from 10.30am - 5pm on both days. The fair has a wildlife theme with a vintage twist, with over 130 stalls including specialist nurseries, experts on wildlife, honeybees, insects, birds and bats. Farmer’s market food stalls will be selling a wide range of carefully chosen food to suit everyone and there are many picnic spots by the lake, as well as the pop-up tearoom. There will be music from local musicians, dancing and singing. Entry £6.50 per person (£1 under 14/under 4 free). If arriving in a classic or vintage pre-1975 vehicle entry is £5.50. www.floralfringefair.co.uk




4 June: French Market in Horsham

French Market

A French Market will be held in the Carfax on Sunday 4 June with France at Home making the first of two town visits. A market is also planned and organised by Food Rocks. Three weeks later, the Royal British Legion and partners stage Armed Forces Sunday on Sunday 25 June in the town centre.

4 June: Horsham Race for Life

Horsham Race for Life

Horsham Race for Life takes place in Horsham Park on Sunday 4 June 2017. Participants can run, jog or walk the 5km course, which begins at 11am. Sign up for the popular event, which raises funds for Cancer Research UK, at www.raceforlife.org



4 June: Shipley Arts Festival Warnham Park

Shipley Arts Group

The Shipley Arts Festival continues with Festival Friend and composer Stephanie Cant at Warnham Park on Sunday 4 June, at 6.30pm. The evening also features the Robert Schumann Piano Quintet, Rebecca Clarke Piano Trio and a world premiere of Viola Sonata by acclaimed composer Derek Smith, performed by Virginia Slater. Tickets: £36. Call the Box Office on 01403 741685 or visit www.BMGLive.com

8 June: Nicola Moorby Talk on Turner

Nicola Moorby

Some of the leading watercolour artists are exhibiting recent work at a major exhibition of at Horsham Museum and Art Gallery. Members of the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours are involved in NOW 17, which runs until 15 July. As part of Horsham’s Festival of the Watercolour, the Museum is hosting a wine reception and talk, As if by Magic, by Nicola Moorby, one of the leading authorities on Turner and the history of watercolours, on 8 June, from 7 – 9pm. Nicola has spent years looking at Turner’s work, discovering his mastery and explaining it to audiences around the world. Nicola is an independent art historian, specialising in British art of the 19th and early 20th centuries

8 June: Rude Mechanical Theatre

Rude Mechanical Theatre

The Rude Mechanical Theatre will be touring with a new play, The Commercial Traveller, this summer, visiting Dial Post Village Green on Thursday 8 June. Funny, romantic and moving, the play demonstrates the gritty determination to overcome an apparently unassailable problem through absolute love. For tickets visit www.therudemechanicaltheatre.co.uk.

10 June: Watercolour Valuation Morning

Nick Toovey

Some of the leading watercolour artists are exhibiting recent work at a major exhibition of at Horsham Museum and Art Gallery. Members of the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours are involved in NOW 17, which runs until 15 July. As part of Horsham’s Festival of the Watercolour, the Museum is hosting a watercolour and picture valuation morning run by Nick Toovey of Tooveys, on the morning of 10 June. This will be an ideal opportunity to find out more about your art. www.horshammuseum.org



10 Jun: St Catherine's Midnight Walk

St Catherine's Hospice Midnight Walk

St Catherine's Hospice's flagship fundraiser, the Midnight Walk, is celebrates 10 years with three brand new walking routes and the chance for men and children over 10 to take part for the first time ever. Taking place in Horsham on Saturday 10 June, the walk, sponsored by Gatwick Airport, starts at 10pm and offers a choice of seven, 13 or 20-mile walking routes. Last year, nearly 400 women walked overnight to raise an incredible £65,000, but St Catherine's is hoping even more will pull on walking shoes. Sign up online at www.stch.org.uk/midnightwalk or call St Catherine's Events Team on 01293 447364. Receive a special early-bird entry rate of £10 by signing up by 21 April. All entry fees include a free T-shirt, finisher's breakfast and medal.

10-11 June: Sumners Ponds Model Show

Model Cars at Sumners Ponds

The Sumners Ponds Model Show will be held at Sumners Ponds, Chapel Road, Barns Green, on Saturday 10 – Sunday 11 June, 10am – 5pm on both days. The annual show has display areas exhibiting boats, planes, helicopters, quads, drones, trains, cars, kites and many have-a-go areas. Model traders can bring and buy and there’s many other activities on site. www.sumnersponds.co.uk

11 June: D&D Football Coaching Sessions Begin


Football coaching sessions for children aged from two and a half will be held at The Holbrook Club, Horsham, every Sunday morning from 11 June. FA qualified coaches at D&D Footie Focus host fun and energetic sessions including drills, matches, games and team work. The coaches are DBS checked and run monthly awards for players. A child’s first session is free of charge, followed by six sessions for £40. For more details call Dave on 07969 669153 or Stuart on 07854 671355. www.danddfootiefocus.co.uk 

11 June: Ashington Treasure Trail

Ashington Treasure Trail

Ashington C of E School will be holding their second Village Treasure Trail on Sunday 11 June. The fundraising event offers a prize of £100 for one lucky team. Registration starts at 1pm at the school and all entries must be returned by 3.30pm. The trail is intended to be accessible for all and is £5 per team to enter (maximum 3 adults per team). After the trail, families can enjoy games including a welly-wanging competition at the school. Visit www.treasuretrails.org for more information and to enter the separate online trail with a prize of £50.

13 June: Horsham District Archaeology Group

Horsham District Archaeology Group

Horsham District Archaeology Group hosts a talk on the Cross Ridge Dykes of Prehistoric Sussex, by Dr Judie English, at Beeson House, Southwater on Tuesday 13 June, from 7.30pm. In the late Bronze Age/Early Iron Age cross ridge dykes appear. This talk will explore what the visible boundaries tell us about the relationship between people and the land. All welcome, with members free (non-members £3). Light refreshments included. For information contact horshamarch@hotmail.co.uk or 01903 872309

14 June: NADFAS Lecture on Furniture


Horsham Decorative and Fine Arts Society host a series of summer lectures at the Capitol Theatre, Horsham. Rev. Jonathan Meyer, MA, FRICS will be Looking at Furniture on 14 June. Lectures start at 10.45am. Coffee is available from 9.45am. Visitors are welcome for an admission fee of £5.

14 June: Brian Poole and the Tremeloes

Brian Poole and the Tremeloes

Brian Poole and The Tremeloes perform at The Capitol on Wednesday 14 June, at 7.30pm. It is 54 years ago since the Brian Poole & The Tremeloes recorded their first record, enjoying a string of hits before Brian left to pursue a solo career. In this show, Brian Poole, Len “Chip” Hawkes and Dave Munden perform hits including Twist and Shout, Do You Love Me, Silence Is Golden and many more. A great evening of nostalgia taking you back to the Swinging Sixties. Tickets cost £22 from the Box Office on 01403 750220 or www.thecapitolhorsham.com

15 June: Essence of Fashion Show

Essence of Fashion Show

Mungo’s Bar in Park Place, Horsham, hosts an Essence of Fashion Show on Thursday 15 June, from 6.30 – 9pm. The fashion show is held in aid of the Dame Vera Lynn Children’s Charity. Tickets cost £15 and includes a glass of Prosecco For tickets visit www.essenceoffashion.eventbrite.com

15 - 18 June: St Mary's Flower Festival

Flower Festival

St Mary’s Church in Horsham launches its ever-popular Flower Festival with an opening concert on Wednesday 14 June at 7.30pm. St Mary’s Church Choir will be performing a variety of music, with guest violinist Judith Templeman. The opening day of the festival is June 15. Visitors to the flower festival are invited to take a ‘Journey Through the Bible’ by looking at some of its most famous and infamous characters. The displays will also incorporate a prayer pilgrimage around St Mary's beautiful and ancient Parish Church. The funds raised will go to St Mary’s Thanks a Million Conservation and Renewal Project. Opening times are from 10am until 6pm, Thursday to Saturday.  Sunday June 18th will be 12.30pm until 4.30pm, followed by a closing Celebration Service at 5pm.




17 - 18 June: Partridge Green Open Gardens

Scarecrow Trail

Partridge Green Open Gardens will be held on Saturday 17 - Sunday 18 June, from 11am - 5pm. About 22 gardens will be opening in aid of various charities, with many serving refreshments and lovely homemade treats. The scarecrow trail is now a big part of the village walkabout weekend. Leaflets with all the information will be available on the day from Bluebells Nursery, next to Jolesfield Primary School, Littleworth Lane, RH13 8JE. Parking is available behind the village hall.

17 - 18 June: Funk the Format in Brighton

Funk the Format

Funk the Format and Funk the Family will be held at Hove Park, Brighton, on 17 -18 June. The two all-day events – one featuring music and the other focusing on family fun -  were founded by music journalist Lucy (Elle J) Small, a former pupil of Millais school in Horsham. Funk the Format includes live music by Goldie and the Heritage Orchestra Ensemble, whilst Funk the Family features Jazzie B of Soul II Soul. www.funkthefamily.co.uk

17-24 June: Horsham Performers Platform

Horsham Performers Platform

The Horsham Performers Platform (HPP) Festival will be held at St John's Church, Broadbridge Heath, on 17 - 24 June. The HPP provides opportunities for amateur musicians and singers of all ages to perform in a friendly environment and to receive feedback and advice from professional musicians. A bowed strings, guitar and harp class will be held on 17 June, with voice classes on 19, 20, and 21 June. Woodwind and Brass class is on 22 June, with piano and accordion classes on 23 and 24 June, with a mixed duet, ensemble and recital class on 23 June. A choir class will also be held at St Mary’ Church, The Causeway, Horsham, on 23 June. The Festival celebration concert will be held at St John's Church on Sunday 25 June, at 3pm. www.horsham-performers-platform.co.uk

21 June: Chris Nash Testimonial

Chris Nash

Sussex Cricket returns to Horsham Cricket Club, Cricketfield Road, Horsham, on Wednesday 21 June. Sussex County Cricket Club will be using the testimonial match for Chris Nash as an official warm-up game for their T20 campaign. All of the Sussex T20 squad will be at the ground and will take part in two T20 games, either side of a corporate lunch. Entry is free, so all are welcome to visit on the day and see Chris Nash and the Sussex Sharks in action. For details and corporate booking information call 01403 254628 or visit horshamsportsclub.com

24 June: Kidenza Classical Concert for Kids


Kidenza, which hosts classical concerts for kids, hosts a concert at Brighton Road Baptist Church, Horsham, on Saturday 24 June, at 2pm and 4pm. The ‘Around the World’ concert includes mambo from West Side Story, raga music from India, African drumming, and music representing Spain, China, Australia and even Antarctica. Tickets cost £12 (Under 25s free) from www.kidenza.co.uk

28 June - 1 July: Lights & Bushels' The Watsons

Lights and Bushels

Horsham theatre company Lights & Bushels are marking the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen’s death by premiering a new adaptation of one of her lesser-known novels. The Watsons tells the story of Emma Watson, one-time heiress but now penniless and forced to join her hilariously unsuccessful sisters in their hunt for husbands. It was left unfinished by the author in 1805 but Lights & Bushels’ co-founder, Kathryn Attwood, has completed the story to turn it into fully-realised stage comedy. Open air performances will take place in the garden of Arun House, Denne Road, the former home of Sir Bysshe Shelley. The Watsons will be performed from 28 June - 1 July inclusive. Audiences are encouraged to bring picnics. Tickets £12 from www.lightsandbushels.jimdo.com or 020 8798 3936. 

29 Jun - 2 Jul: Goodwood Festival of Speed

2017 Festival of Speed

The theme for the 2017 Goodwood Festival of Speed will be ‘Peaks of Performance – Motorsport’s Game-Changers.’ The Festival will celebrate racing machines that were so fast, powerful, expensive or complicated that the rules had to be changed to rein them in. These include unlimited sportscars, 1930s-era 750kg Grand Prix cars, Group B rally monsters, and ground-effect and turbo-powered F1 brutes. Alongside this central theme, the 2017 Festival will also feature a glittering array of cars and motorcycles from a huge variety of disciplines, further enhancing the Festival of Speed’s reputation as an event unlike any other in the world. The 2017 Goodwood Festival of Speed will be from 29th June to 2nd July. Tickets are on sale at www.goodwood.com and at the Goodwood Ticket Office on 01243 755055. 

2 July: Ashington Toy Fair

Ashington Toy Fair

Ashington Toy and Collectors Fairs will be held at Ashington Community Centre, Foster Lane, on Sunday 2 July from 10am – 2pm. For details call Pete on 01424 846676. For more details visit http://www.modelcarmart.com/ashington

8-9 July: Parham Garden Weekend

Parham House and gardens

Parham Garden Weekend will be held at Parham House and Gardens on 8-9 July, 10:30am – 5pm. The event includes specialist plant and garden stalls, talks and demonstrations from experts including Sarah Raven, Nick Bailey, Jinny Blom and Tom Brown. www.parhaminsussex.co.uk

8-14 July: Nature in Art Exhibition

Nature in Art

Local award-winning artists Paul Fearn, Alison Ingram, Chris Mills, John Thompson and Morag Warrack will be involved in an exhibit called Nature in Art: Art in Nature at Roffey Park Institute, Forest Road, Colgate, on 8 – 14 July. The artists will be exhibiting images of nature in paint, photography and heavy metal canvases. The event is part of the Horsham Festival.

8,9,5,16th July: Horsham Artists Open Studios

Angela Brittain: You Cook, I'll Drink Wine

Horsham Artists Open Studios (HAOS) hosts open studios on 8th/9th & 15th/16th July. About 30 local artists and makers will be showcasing their paintings and beautiful objects either at their studios or small venues in and around Horsham. This trail of artistic talent has become a firm fixture in the calendar and all venues are free and many offer refreshments. Hours 10am - 5pm. Venue addresses and name of participating artists will be available on www.horshamartistsopenstudios.co.uk

9 July: Sunday Funday

Sparks in the Park

The popular ‘Sparks in the Park’ event is returning to Horsham under a new name, Funday Sunday, on Sunday 9 July. Organised by Horsham Festival and Horsham Rotary Club, the event will cover Horsham Park and the Carfax, with additional activities also held in The Capitol and Parkside. Activities in the park include   Benson’s Giant Funfair, Sports Zone with a mini golf course and several have -a-go sports, Arts Zone with music, drama, dance and literature, Food & Drink Zone and a wide array of children’s activities.


11 July: Author Juliet West Talk

Juliet West

The Faithful, the second novel by Billingshurst author Juliet West, is to be published by Macmillan on 15 June 15. Set in 1930s London and Sussex, it’s a love story with a dark political backdrop - exploring the rise of British fascism in the years before the Second World War. To coincide with the launch, Juliet will be speaking at Horsham Library on Tuesday 11 July, 1t 7pm. Tickets are free but need to be booked from the library. Juliet’s first book, Before the Fall, was published in 2014. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Faithful-Juliet-West/dp/1447259092

12 July: NADFAS: Satire on Modern Art Talk

Naffs 2016 Lecture

Horsham Decorative and Fine Arts Society host a series of summer lectures at the Capitol Theatre, Horsham. Barry Venning BA, MA talks on ‘A Child of Six Could Do It! – Satire on Modern Art’ on 12 July. Lectures start at 10.45am. Coffee is available from 9.45am. Visitors are welcome for an admission fee of £5.



15 July: West Chiltington Village Show

West Chiltington Village Day

The West Chiltington Village Show will be held on the Recreation Ground, Mill Road, on Saturday 15 July, from 1:30pm. Highlights of the show include flowers and fresh produce, art and craft competitions, children’s entertainment, Owls About Town, arena displays and a dog show. Anyone wishing to book a stall at the show, help organise or get involved can visit www.westchiltingtonvillageshow.org

15-16 July: South Downs Way Walk

South Downs Way

Teams of tenacious walkers are being sought to take part in an overnight endurance challenge next summer. Trek the Night will be held along the South Downs Way on 15-16 July to raise vital funds for children’s charity Action Medical Research. The 40-mile challenge starts at the ancient site of Devil’s Dyke, with teams reaching the finish line on Beachy Head outside Eastbourne on Sunday afternoon. Enter at action.org.uk/trek-night-south-downs-way

16 July: Sussex Garden Tea Party

Tea Party

Summer Sussex Garden Tea Parties will be held at Trenchmore, Burnthouse Lane, Cowfold, RH13 8DG, on Sunday 16 July and Sunday 27 August. The tea parties are especially for people with dementia, their families and friends. A representative from Horsham Alzheimer’s Society will be in attendance. Enjoy an open garden party with live music, delicious tea and cakes. Free entry. For more information, contact Joanne on 07711 698279.

5-6, 12-13 Aug: Loxwood Joust

Loxwood Joust

Be transported back in time to experience all the wonders and mediaeval mayhem of the Middle Ages as The Loxwood Joust returns to Loxwood Meadow on the 5 - 6, 12 - 13 August. Billed as the UK’s premiere Mediaeval day out, highlights include all-action jousting tournament, music by acclaimed singing group the Mediaeval Baebes, a Living History Village and Mediaeval Market Place, whilst a company of actors, wandering minstrels, court jester and dance troupes entertain throughout the day. Mini Mediaeval Mayhem includes archery, face and wound Painting, pelt the peasant and a sword school. Advance tickets are available at www.loxwoodjoust.co.uk

27 August: Sussex Garden Tea Party

Sussex Garden Tea Party

Summer Sussex Garden Tea Parties will be held at Trenchmore, Burnthouse Lane, Cowfold, RH13 8DG, on Sunday 27 August. The tea parties are especially for people with dementia, their families and friends. A representative from Horsham Alzheimer’s Society will be in attendance. Enjoy an open garden party with live music, delicious tea and cakes. Free entry. For more information, contact Joanne on 07711 698279.

10 Sept: Dragon Boat Races for STCH

Dragon Boat Races

St Catherine's Hospice is calling on local businesses to sign up to its popular Dragon Boat Festival at Tilgate Park, Crawley on Sunday 10 September, from 10am to 4pm. The festival is a great team building, and networking day and many businesses return year-on-year to compete with other businesses in races in 40ft Chinese Dragon Boats. Darren Buche was captain of last year's winning team, Beemer, who represented Vines Gatwick. He said: "It was a fantastic day and I'd encourage any business to take part this year- although we'll be racing hard to keep up with the competition!" For entry details,  contact Laura Kelly or Suzanne Davis on 01293 447333 or visit www.stch.org.uk and search Dragon Boat Festival.

16-17 Sept: Pink Gift Fair

Pink Fair committee members with Dr Steve Grey  with L-R

The 2017 Pink Gift Fair will changes venue to Parkside, the offices of West Sussex and Horsham District Councils, and becomes an official fundraiser for Cancer Research. The dates of the fair are Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 September, with all money raised being donated to Cancer Research UK Brighton Laboratories. “We are looking for companies to apply for stalls before the end of March offering gifts, food, drink, home interior, jewellery, stationery, imagery, fashion and accessories,” said Sally Pavey volunteer fair organiser.  “To ensure a kaleidoscope of products are on offer to shoppers, a selection process will take place the first week of April. We are delighted to be supported by Brock Taylor estate agents this year as together we can beat cancer through shopping as every stallholder donates 10% of takings to the cause.” Visit the new website to download stall applications forms and to find out more details - www.pinkgiftfair.co.uk

21-24 Sept: Awful Auntie at The Capitol

Awful Auntie

The Birmingham Stage Company has announced that the world première of David Walliams’ Awful Auntie will open at The Capitol on 21-24 September to an 18-month UK tour. David Walliams said: "It promises to be a thrilling show and a total hoot - Wagnar and I can’t wait to see it!” Awful Auntie, published by HarperCollins Children’s Books in 2014, tells the story of Stella, who when she set off to visit London with her parents had no idea her life was in danger. Waking up from a coma three months later, only her Aunt Alberta can tell Stella what has happened. But not everything Aunt Alberta tells her turns out to be true and Stella quickly discovers she’s in for the fight of her life against her very own awful Auntie. Tickets cost from £20.50 from the Box Office on 01403 750220 or www.thecapitolhorsham.com



24 Sept: Barns Green Half Marathon

Barns Green half Marathon

Horsham MP Jeremy Quin will start both the Barns Green Half Marathon and 10km races on the 24 September. Jeremy will act as the official starter for the Half Marathon before changing into his running gear to take part in the 10km event. Last year, almost 1800 runners registered for the Half Marathon and 10k races which follow routes on closed roads through the lanes of Barns Green, Itchingfield, Christ’s Hospital and close to Southwater. For details on entering, visit www.barnsgreen-half.org.uk                                       

2 Dec: Coolham Live Music Club Christmas Gig

Coolham Live Music Club

Coolham Live Music Club has announced a special charity Christmas gig on Saturday 2 December. Guitarist Dave Ital brings his Ital Rhythm and Blues Band, with Jo Harman performing vocals for one night only. Tickets for this charity fundraiser cost £25 from coolhamtickets@gmail.com