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Mr Music comes to the centre
A new ballroom, latin and sequence dance is starting at the centre run by DJ “Mr Music”. All dancers are welcome.
2-4.30 pm price £6.00.
Dates 28th April and 12th May. Sounds fun.
Charity dance for Diabetes UK.
On Saturday 10th May Laurie and Pauline of Rhythm Dance Club invite you to an evening of Ballroom – Latin – Sequence dancing in aid of Diabetes UK.
The event starts at 7.45pm and tickets are available on the door for £8.00 to include refreshments.
For enquiries tel 01892 654867 www.rhythmdanceclub.co.uk
Rude Mechanical theatre company
Don’t miss this modern children’s classic, The Lighthouse Keeper’s Cat, at The Crowborough Centre, in a new version for the stage by the well known Rude Mechanical Theatre Company! It’s on Sunday 27th April at 2.00pm and a real treat for children and the family as a whole. It’s suitable for children aged 3+ – and grown up’s, too!
Tickets are available from www.therudemechanicaltheatre.co.uk, or by ringing 01323-501260. Individual tickets are £7, but there’s a special rate for groups of four (which must include at least one adult) of £24.
Have your say on CCA plan for Pine Grove
What do you want to see at Pine Grove – jobs,a covered market, parking?
CCA is working on a plan to take over the old council offices at Pine Grove for the community and turn them into an enterprise and community hub.
Already housing the town’s library, business units would be offered commercially to small and medium business enterprises (SME’s) as well as community groups and charities. This would encourage new enterprises to the town and create employment opportunities for young people. Have your say by Clicking here to complete the online survey.
TownsWomen's Guild meeting May
The next meeting of the Crowborough Townswomens Guild will be at 7.45 on Friday 2nd May. There will be a talk by
Joyce Long “Its a wrap”. Come along for a social evening and learn more about how the Guild works.
For more info tele 01892 654941
Chrissies Collectables have moved to the Centre
We are pleased to host Chrissies Collectables at the Centre.
The dates are
Saturday 19th April
Saturday 24th May
Saturday 28th June
Saturday 19th July
Times 10am to 3.30pm.
The Centre cafe will be open for drinks and food.
Do come along to browse and buy.
If you are interested in a table contact Christine on
07554 203608 or 07570 558768.
Crowborough Players presents 'Tons of Money'
If you are interested in “Tons of Money” then why not come along to Crowborough Players production of this excellent play. It is a farce revised and adapted by Alan Ayckbourn and sounds great fun.
Tickets £10.00 in advance, £15.00 on the door.
Box office tel 01892 300567. Also available from
This and That, J and K Gallery, and Guests shoe shop.
Ceroc around the Clock
Why not get fit and have fun at the same time. Learn to dance with CEROC every Thursday from 1st May. Come alone or with friends.
Beginners Class 8pm
Intermediate Class 9pm
Membership – £2.00
Evening price £8.00
What’s on in April
We are currently recruiting for a part time Duty Manager. Applications must be received by 25th April; interviews will take place on 30th April. More details…
15th April – free ‘Fun and Safety Event’. Lots to do including arts and crafts, children’s entertainer and face painting. 10.30am – 1pm.
19th April – Chrissie’s Collectables NEW!
19th April NEW Weightwatchers Saturday morning class starts.
19th April- Mr Wonderful “Easter Bonnet” dance
22nd April – NEW – Universal Dance 7.30pm
25th and 26th April Showtime presented by Crowborough Vale Drama Group. Starts 7.30 tickets from This and That Croft Road or Margerites High Street. Also available on the door. Tickets £7.00. Matinee performance 26th – £5.00
28th April and 12th May DJ Mr Music tea dance
29th April – Horticultural society – Alsion Marsden talks on Garden interest for flower arrangers.
6th May – Historical Society. Ian Everest gives a talk of his mothers experiences in the Womens Land Army.
13th May – Crowborough Vale WI – Head and Tales. This is a humour account of 17 years as a primary school headteacher.
17th May – Keep it Local craft fayre.
Upcoming Exhibitions COMING IN APRIL, PICASSO AT PLAY
A remarkable collection of photographs drawn from the extensive Lee Miller Archive, courtesy of Farley Arts Trust. More info….
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