News: Vintage Celebration on Sunday

Posted on 28th September 2016

You’re invited to a vintage celebration in Burgess Hill!

 

Sunday 2nd October is Silver Sunday, a national celebration of older people and their contribution to communities. The day aims to provide opportunities for older people to keep active in body and spirit, try new things, meet their neighbours and, ultimately, overcome loneliness.

 

At Martlets Shopping Centre, Burgess Hill, we’ll be celebrating with a vintage festival. It’s an opportunity for all ages to marvel at classic cars, enjoy a vintage film in our pop up cinema, learn about upcycling furniture and to explore vintage clothing, furniture and accessories. The day will be brought to life with a range of vintage performances and music throughout the centre.

 

Please do come along to our free event, Sunday 2nd October, 11am-3pm.

 

Best wishes,

Jason

 

Jason Pye

Regional Marketing Manager

M: 07879 480599

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