News: Town Centre News – April16

Posted on 29th April 2016

Dear Team Member

UPDATE FROM THE MARTLETS SHOPPING CENTRE

This Saturday 30th April, The Martlets Shopping Centre is pleased to welcome back the Littlehampton TLA Steel Band.  The Band will be playing on the Bandstand between 11.30am and 3pm.

 

 

Also this Saturday 30th April from 11am to 4pm, The Martlets will be teaming up with Get Crafty and Woody’s Models and Gallery to treat shoppers to a free Star Wars themed workshop and competition ahead of May the 4th, or ‘Star Wars Day’ as it is commonly known.

 

BURGESS HILL MEANS BUSINESS EXHIBITION

This year’s Burgess Hill Means Business Exhibition takes place next Friday 6th May at The King’s Centre, Victoria Road, Burgess Hill on the Victoria Business Park, from 10am – 3pm.  Over 70 local businesses will be there to network and showcase their business.  If you get a chance go along to find out more.

ROUNDABOUT SPONSORSHIP SCHEME

Looking for an exciting advertising opportunity?  Burgess Hill Town Council is looking for a new sponsor for the Hammonds Ridge roundabout at the junction with London Road (A273) and Jane Murray Way.  It is a 2 year sponsorship available with immediate effect.  For further information please contact Sara Moss on 01444 238212 or email sara@burgesshill.gov.uk.

 

THE 24TH BURGESS HILL BIKE RIDE

This year’s Burgess Hill Bike Ride takes place on Sunday 5th June, starting between 9am and 10am from the car park of Oakmeeds Community College.  Again this year it is being organised by Burgess Hill’s Lions and Rotary Clubs with all profits going to the Sussex Cancer Fund and other local charitable projects.  There is a choice of three circular routes of 10, 20 and 40 miles.  All routes start and finish at Oakmeeds and will travel through the beautiful Sussex countryside.  Full details including entry form can be found at www.burgesshillbikeride.co.uk.

 

Best wishes

 

Burgess Hill Town Centre Partnership Operational Town Team

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