CCC - at the heart of our community!

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    Acres Adult Education classes

    September sees the start of a new term for Acres Adult Education classes. There is a huge amount to choose from calligraphy to belly dancing and most things in between!
    You can pick up a booklet from the centre.
    Alternatively tel 01825 761820 or visit the website at
    www.acreslearning.org.uk

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    Pine Grove Pictures Presents The Grand Budapest Hotel

    On Friday 12th September Pine Grove Pictures presents The Grand Budapest Hotel. We have two performances of this. For the first time ever there will be a matinee.

    Cinema times are 2.30pm and 8.30pm. Doors open an hour before.

    THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL recounts the adventures of Gustave H., a legendary concierge at a famous European hotel between the wars, and Zero Moustafa, the lobby boy who becomes his most trusted friend. The story involves the theft and recovery of a priceless Renaissance painting and the battle for an enormous family fortune — all against the back-drop of a suddenly and dramatically changing Continent.

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    Special Exhibition

    We are pleased to be hosting a special exhibition of paintings by Open Studios and Crowborough Arts. This will be in the cafe area between 30th August and 17th September. Above is an example of the work of Sandie Donaldson. Looks to be an excellent exhibtion.

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    Keep It Local

    The Keep it Local team are back in Crowborough at the Community Centre on 6th September10.00 to 3.30. There are really high quality crafts on sale – items that you’d be delighted to give as gifts or keep as a special treat for yourself. And all at such reasonable prices.

    We have more than forty producers who come from all over the South East of England – most within 20 miles of Crowborough.

    Keep it local website www.keepitlocalevents.co.uk

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    Sunflower Quilters group

    Are you interested in quilting? If so why not join the Sunflower Quilters group?
    This friendly group meets twice a month on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month between 2pm and 4.30pm. Bring your own patchwork projects as well as participating in teaching sessions.
    For more information telephone 01825 732838.

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    He's behind you!!

    Crowborough Community Pantomine – be part of it.
    Now in its third year, auditions and crew meets this Thursday (4th) and Sunday (7th). All children and adults are invited to get involved – on or off stage. (2013 had 130 people involved 85 on stage). 2014’s panto hopes to welcome new faces as well as old friends.
    See www.thecrowboroughplayers.com for info
    or email pantoprods@gmail.com.

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    WI is buzzing!

    At 7.30pm on the 9th September the WI will have a talk on beekeeping by lady beekeeper Lee Duvejtyn. Beekeeping is becoming a very popular hobby and it will be fasinating to learn more. There will also be a competition for “best decorated jam or honeypot”

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    PopZing is back for new term

    PopZing resumes for the Autumn on the 1st September 8.15 to 10pm. This is a very popular mixed voice choir. All are welcome to join and it is great fun.

    For more info telephone Noel Bannister on 01892 668059 or email mail@noelbannister.co.uk.

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    Fretful Federation Mandolin and Guitar Orchestra

    A FIRST FOR CROWBOROUGH
    A mandolin and guitar orchestra will be performing in Crowborough for the first time on Friday, October 10th.
    The Fretful Federation Mandolin Orchestra are a Sussex based group of 25 mandolinists and guitarists who play a wide range of material including exciting contemporary music by living composers, as well as classical and popular pieces and concertos.
    This October, they are excited to be playing in Crowborough for the first time with two special guests, local soprano, Maria Porter and flautist, Katherine Rogers. The program is likely to include work by Purcell and Handel as well as some popular tunes in the orchestra’s unique style.
    The instrument first became popular in Britain in the 1880s when the rising standard of living of city-dwellers meant that middle class women could break free from repressive social conventions and enjoy leisure pursuits including communal music making. Popularity declined after the First World War and there are now only about 20 in Britain.
    The concert takes place at The Crowborough Community Centre on October 10th at 7.30 pm.
    Tickets are available from Cross Country Stores, Crowborough, on-line at www.wegottickets.com/event/288558 or on the door.

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    Swift project - Digital skills for women who mean Business

    A great new and free opportunity for women in a new course which runs from 1st October to 28th February.
    East Sussex County Council is working with mdhub to deliver ‘the SWIFT Project, for women who mean business’ funded by the Government Equalities Office.
    The project is FREE and aims to encourage women in rural areas, who are interested in setting up their own business, to attend training with the objective of growing an existing business or starting one up. The project focuses on delivering IT and business/personal training at here at the Centre and at Robertsbridge. Alongside the training, participants will be able to attend regular peer to peer groups to share knowledge and experience with the support of a business mentor.
    This is a fantastic opportunity for entrepreneurial women who would like to set up their own business or go self-employed, as not only will it will equip them with the skills and knowledge they need, but more importantly, the confidence to take the plunge and bring their business idea to fruition. Participates will also benefit from ongoing support and flexible, part-time training modules that meet the particular needs of the women.

    SOUNDS EXCELLENTGET IN QUICK BEFORE PLACES ARE FILLED!
    DEADLINE 22ND SEPTEMBER

    Leaflets with further details are available at the Centre.
    Or tel 01273 337377 or 07592 021590
    email maddison.ruth@yahoo.co.uk

Up coming events

Click here for Whats on September

Click here for 2013 AGM Minutes

For info: Semi contact boxing is back now.

Every Saturday morning Weight Watchers

CEROC every Thursday

2nd September – Historical Society – Sussex Graveyards talk by Tristan Bareham. Tristan is from Sussex Archaeological Society and has a wealth of knowledge on the subject of graveyards.

4th September – Flower Club – Sophie Beeney demonstrates Let the Music Play

5th September Townswomens Guild – David Bower talks on Olympic 2012 experience

Upcoming Exhibitions

30th August – 17th September- Open Studio and Crowborough Arts special exhibition.

18th September- 2nd October- Karen Birchwood

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