Posted on 29th August 2019
St John the Evangelist, Lower Church Road, Burgess Hill, RH15 9AA
Saturday 21st September at 2pm, we will be holding a Cello Recital and Cream Tea – Advance Tickets only (so we can cater for the cream tea)
Tuesday 1st October at 11am, a local artist – will be launching a picture of the Church in the Spire Cafe – come in and meet the artist.
Kind regards, Amelia Georgiou
Parish Administrator 01444 230499, firstname.lastname@example.org
September 19th, 7.30 for 8pm
In association with Burgess Hill District Lions Club Selected Tapas Menu (Drinks extra)
Thursday 19th September, Tapas Time 76 Church Walk, Burgess Hill
£20 per ticket – limited to 48 places. Contact Tony Parris 01444 243003
Desk Village, Hurstpierpoint
Use this link for details of a CPD event in September https://www.deskvillage.com/events
Please come and join us to raise money for Age UK West Sussex
Cherry Tree Centre, Bring a bottle
THURSDAY 5th September 2019
6.30pm – 9.00pm Tickets Cost £12
To book your place 01444 236497
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